Make Having Children Socially Desirable Again

by Frank Hilliard

(Traduit en français)


White genocide is predicted by practically everyone based on the fact that Western women have essentially given up on having babies. Fertility rates in Europe are catastrophic, well below the 2.1 children per female needed to maintain the population. Germany, for example, is projected to drop in population from 80 million today to 68 million in 2060.

However, while everyone agrees population collapse is in our future, no one agrees on what’s causing the problem. Slate writer Jessica Grose quotes Wall Street Journal writer Manuela Mesco as suggesting the reason, in the case of Italian women, is that:

they’re spending more time getting educated, there aren’t enough jobs to go around, there’s a lack of day care options, and they are living with their parents well into adulthood.

There’s an assumption there that women need to get a university education, need to get a job, and need day care. Hold that thought.

A study by two academics, Matthias Doepke, Professor of Economics at Northwestern University and Fabian Kindermann, Assistant Professor at the University of Bonn, suggests the childcare workload is the issue:

We argue that disagreement (ed: over having children) is a consequence of an uneven distribution of the burden of childcare, coupled with a limited ability of spouses to make binding commitments. For example, if the woman anticipates that she would have to do most of the childrearing work, she will realize that this would impede her ability to pursue an independent career. As a consequence, if she had the child, her outside options would worsen and she would lose bargaining power within the marriage. The end result is that she may disagree with having a/another baby, even if the man would like to have one.

Here we see the same assumptions cropping up. It’s taken as given the woman is going to have a career; the issue for her is whether she will get help from her husband, or from a child care worker, in raising an additional child. There’s no suggestion the woman could consider raising the child as a career. Let’s have another look at Germany.

Spiegel Online questioned Karsten Hank, a demographic expert and sociologist at the University of Mannheim:

A well-known statistic that often gets bandied about in Germany is that 40-45 percent of women with university degrees are childless. I’m pretty sure most of these women planned to have children, but then didn’t, either because of their career or their advanced age when they started trying to get pregnant, Hank said. As a rule, university cities and urban centers have lower fertility rates than rural areas without higher education options. The closest Hank can come to a miracle formula for fertility is: don’t get an education, marry early and live on a farm. Hardly a tempting life plan.

Well, hardly tempting for Spiegel Online, but obviously a satisfying option for rural women in Germany (and elsewhere).

And so, here, we have three observers trying to solve a puzzle of why women are stressed and overworked when they try to manage two lifestyles who don’t ask the obvious question, why try? Why, exactly, are women struggling through university, the business world, the corporate ladder, the rush hour; why are they trying so desperately to beat men instead of letting men do the struggling while they bring up baby? Where, exactly, did they get the idea the work world was fun?

Oxydol - New Radiant Whiteness

This brings me back to the Oxydol advertisement at the top of the post. Young people today, even adults, don’t realize how ubiquitous soap commercials were on television, in magazines and newspapers back in the 1950’s. Oxydol, Cheer, Duz, Tide, Fab, Lux and many other brands inundated viewers and readers daily. It is obvious now, looking back at the copywriting, that impressing your husband, and your neighbours, on the quality of your washing had a very high social value for women in 1955. And I think that’s the key: social status.

Women are more social than men. They network more and have more friends than men. And within those networks they, naturally, seek acceptance, even praise. We’ve seen this in social media a lot, but it exists in society outside modern communication networks as well. In any group setting, women will exchange talking points that help them climb the social acceptance ladder. In the 1950s keeping a tidy house, having a family and hanging out a sparkling white wash was the way the game was played. In the 2000s it’s a university degree, a career and, bizarrely, getting tattoos.

Or to put that more simply, women aren’t having children because it no longer earns social brownie points in Western society to do so. Governments can hand out incentives, build day-care facilities, beg women to get pregnant; none of it will work. If it doesn’t advance a woman’s social standing, the wombs of the nation are going to stay empty.

Of course, this suggests a solution, doesn’t it?

It suggests that high status individuals in government, business and the media should start having large families and should parade them through the tabloids like the beautiful people they are. Of course, this would require them to be nationalists and unfortunately, most of them are globalists. What to do?

I would suggest we, the Alt-Right, should appeal to those prominent and wealthy conservatives on our side to start the ball rolling: have kids, make a great show of it, normalize large families. Where fashion leader lead, women will follow, whatever the cost. Status, after all, is everything.

Western Demographic Decline Reverses As Later-Life Reproduction Booms – Demographic White Pill

For years, we were told that the West was dying because it was not reproducing. Now it turns out that this was merely data sampled too soon, and that people are reproducing, but they are doing it later in life and so they did not show up in the statistics.

Although the media has not caught up with the news, this general shift was known five years ago, when one paper found that low fertility was reversing (full study) in the industrialized world:

We produce new estimates of the actual number of children women have over their lifetimes – cohort fertility – for 37 developed countries. Our results suggest that family size has remained high in many “low fertility” countries. For example, cohort fertility averages 1.8 for the 1975 birth cohort in the 37 countries for which average period total fertility rate was only 1.5 in 2000. Moreover, we find that the long-term decline in cohort fertility has flattened or reversed in all world regions previously characterized by low fertility. These results are robust to statistical forecast uncertainty and the impact of the late 2000s recession. An application of the new forecasts analyzing the determinants of cohort fertility finds that the key dimensions of development that have been hypothesized to be important for fertility – general socioeconomic development, per capita income, and gender equality – are all positively correlated with fertility for the 1970s cohorts. Gender equality, however, emerges as the strongest determinant: where the gap in economic, political, and educational achievement between women and men is small, cohort fertility is high, whereas where the gap is large, fertility is low.

The important factor regarding “gender equality” is simply that in Western Europe, women are protected from their jobs while they are pregnant, which allows them to afford fertility (but not as much as they could afford with the traditional nuclear family model with a working father and no women in the workforce, which would make labor supply smaller and thus more valuable, without having to spend twice on business attire, commuting and other working costs). We can see this fertility through anti-work in action in Germany:

In 2015 more babies were born in Germany than at any other point in the past 16 years. Not only have the baby numbers gone up, but the number of official marriages went up 3.4 percent from 2014 to 2015. Smells like something’s cooking…

Interestingly enough, since 1972 Germany as a whole has been losing people more than they have been gaining.

…Due to the great decrease in population in Germany, the country has offered a bundle of benefits to encourage young couples to have children.

What exactly are those benefits? Mainly, that the woman can escape work and take some time to raise the children:

As soon as a woman informs her employer she is pregnant, she is covered under maternity protection. That means, legally, she can’t get fired.

Pregnant employees have to take a leave of absence six weeks before and eight weeks after their expected birth date, while still receiving 100 percent of their salary from their employer.

Then there is this great benefit called, Elternzeit, where both parents – yes both – can take leave for up to three years and have full employment protection.

But wait. There is more money stuff, we’re not finished yet. Moreover, there is Elterngeld and Kindergeld which is additional financial support from the German government. A family can receive €100–200 or more a month, depending on how many children they have.

Other governments have caught on, and even have justified the baby boom as a means of increasing tax revenues, as is the case in Denmark, which used bizarre advertising to encourage fertility:

“The Danish welfare system is under pressure. There are still not enough babies being born, despite a little progress. And this concerns us all.”

…Nine months later reports have suggested that Denmark is set for a baby boom with 1,200 more babies due to be born this Summer compared to last year, The Local reports, citing a report in the Danish broadsheet Politiken.

…In 2014, the national fertility rate was at 1.69, a small increase on 2013 and the first time such an increase had occurred since 2010.

In Poland, Russia, and Ireland, the same pattern is occurring, even without the subtly brilliant advertising. This suggests more than a reversal by convenience, but a change in historical cycle. The data regarding UK fertility tells more of the story, but gets the cause wrong:

The graph tells the story: the high fertility rates (TFR) of the sixties plummeted with the availability of the contraceptive pill and stuck well below the level required to replace the population for 25 years.

It was a similar story in many developed European countries and the warnings inspired some governments to introduce policies encouraging their citizens to breed.

The Left wants us to blame the Pill, and surely it shares some of the blame, but what is more likely is that social changes such as causal sex, loss of tradition and collapse of social order savaged the family. To a Generation X kid, this makes sense because we saw families split on a whim and people, unmoored and anchorless, raging across the dating scene making bad decisions, all of which took time, energy and money that would otherwise have been spent on making a larger family.

Even more, it scared people off of having families. If your only option is to wait for some girl to get tired of casual sex when she gets too old to be a big hit at the clubs, then have her walk out on your family whenever it gets inconvenient, and also have a sympathetic feminist judge appoint her alimony and child support so she can introduce you to her latest casual boyfriend who is living partially off of your money, you may opt out of marriage entirely, and a good many of Generation X did exactly that. It is easier to have a perpetual girlfriend, or a series of five-year relationships, and birth control just makes it easy to stay in perpetual adolescence in this way.

All of these changes kicked in during the late 1960s, but the effect was really felt in the 1970s, when divorce and continued casual dating became the inevitable norm.

Starting in the 1990s, however, as global Leftism eliminated the Soviet version and selected the working hybrid socialist-capitalist model that, ironically, the National Socialists had pioneered, people began to instinctively pull back from the group-think of Leftist thought, which liberated them to go their own way on marriage. Generation X took another decade to start getting married, but is having children, albeit later in life:

We know that throughout the 1980s and 90s women in the twenties were having fewer babies than previously while women in their late thirties saw a moderate rise in fertility rates. In 2001 something changed.

The story of this graph is the purple line – women aged between 25 and 29. Fertility rates had been falling inexorably since 1980 and then in 2001 the trend reverses. It is almost as if women in their late twenties realised the thirty-somethings were overtaking them in the baby-stakes and decided to get breeding.

While the experts are uncertain as to the cause, it seems most likely that this represents people dodging the insane “dating” scene and finding people with whom they can have a family instead of engaging in the sex carousel. In other words, those who followed the 1960s model are getting bred out, while those who stuck to a modified traditional approach are experiencing reproductive success. These waited around until the dust had settled, got married and started having children in their thirties and beyond.

As in all problems with the West, when we remove the toxic brew of individualism/Leftism/equality from the equation and focus on what actually works, we achieve powerful results.


Sex robot creator Sergi Santos says people will marry his creations within the next 20 years – and claims he’s worked out how to have a BABY with one


The Spanish scientist believes that it’s only a matter of time before human and robot marriage is commonplace

SEX robot inventor Sergi Santos isn’t just changing how men pleasure themselves – he’s potentially changing society as we know it.

The Spanish scientist believes that it’s only a matter of time before human and robot marriage is commonplace, and he’s even hatched a plan for how he can have a BABY with his mechanical temptress Samantha.

 Sergi Santos believes that in a few years' time, his robots will be an invaluable part of society

Sergi Santos believes that in a few years’ time, his robots will be an invaluable part of society

Samantha is Sergi’s 7-stone sex robot that boasts eight different programs and the ability to make “realistic” orgasm sounds.

Sergi told The Sun Online that he believes that in the next couple of decades we won’t just be seeing these dolls hidden in a man’s wardrobe or under the bed – they’ll be walking down the aisle to say “I Do” to a their human lovers.

Speaking from his home laboratory in Barcelona, he said: “People might look at Samantha as a weird thing you read about.

“But before they know it, these robots will be doing their jobs, and marrying their children, their grandchildren, and their friends.

 He has admitted to having sex with his creations, and has come up with a plan to have a baby with one

He has admitted to having sex with his creations, and has come up with a plan to have a baby with one
 Sergi cradles the head of his beloved creation, Samantha

Sergi cradles the head of his beloved creation, Samantha

“They need to remember that just a few years ago mobile phones were seen as a non-essential item in society but now we can’t function without them.”

And, even more astounding, Sergi claims he will soon be able to have a baby with his robot lover Samantha.

He explained: “I can make them have a baby. It’s not so difficult. I would love to have a child with a robot.”

His plan involves using the ‘brain’ he has created for Samantha but upgrading it so it is functioning at full capability.

Sergi said: “Using the brain I have already created, I would program it with a genome so he or she could have moral values, plus concepts of beauty, justice and the values that humans have.

“Then to create a child with this robot it would be extremely simple.

“I would make an algorithm of what I personally believe about these concepts, and then shuffle it with what she thinks and then 3D print it.

“That’s it. I 3D print the robot that is the child of me and the robot…I don’t see any complications.”

 Sergi's wife Maritsa even helps him with the development of sex robot prototypes in his lab

Sergi’s wife Maritsa even helps him with the development of sex robot prototypes in his lab

Sergi has been with his wife Maritsa Kissamitaki for 16 years – however, she has no problem with his relationship with Samantha – and even helps him with the development of sex robot prototypes in his lab.

Scintist Sergi has studied electronic engineering, nano technology, AI, material sciences and applied materials.

He was a well-respected expert in nano technology before going into sex robot production, even travelling to the States to lecture students at Yale.

 Sergi thinks that the future inhabitants of Earth won't even think twice about humans

Sergi thinks that the future inhabitants of Earth won’t even think twice about humans
 Sergi thinks that it's only a matter of time before humans and robots get married

Sergi thinks that it’s only a matter of time before humans and robots get married

He is aware that his plan to have a baby with his robot will raise some eyebrows, and give others cause for concern.

But when asked if these “hybrids”, or even just robots with independent intelligence, could signal the end of humanity, Sergi was quick to say that it wasn’t a risk… “yet”.

However, he believes robots will inherit the Earth in the distant future, and that humans won’t even be given a second thought.

He added: “Most of humans don’t care that there are no dinosaurs.

“In 60 million years, whatever is left on Earth will not care about us existing or not.

 He is aware that his plan to have a baby with his robot will raise some eyebrows

He is aware that his plan to have a baby with his robot will raise some eyebrows

“They’ll say ‘oh there were humans’ – they won’t give a crap…

“Who knows what will come after us?”

Sergi previously revealed having sex with his humanoid machines had improved his stamina in the bedroom (with his human wife).

But porn stars are worried that the sexy cyborgs is going to put them out of work.


What is a robot sex doll, how much do they cost and who is Samantha the sex robot?

The robots are becoming more sophisticated by the day and manufacturers claim customers are tying the knot with theirs

ROBOT sex dolls are becoming big business and manufacturers are now claiming their products are so realistic people are MARRYING them.

The robots are becoming more sophisticated – and lifelike – by the day a growing number of lonely men are taking the chance the craft their dream woman.

 This sex robot has been branded the Bugatti Veyron of virtual reality

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This sex robot has been branded the Bugatti Veyron of virtual reality

What are sex robots?

Robots already build our cars, clean our houses and make our food – now manufacturers are on the verge of offering life-like, moving dolls for “private fun”.

Sex robots are essentially realistic dolls that have sophisticated movements that closely mimic humans so that they can romp.

Prof Noel Sharkey, chairman of the Foundation for Responsible Robotics, said guilt-free threesomes was just one of the potential uses for sex robots.

Others include “teledildonics” – wireless technology which allows a person to stimulate their partner remotely.

Sex bots are expected to be hyper-realistic with features such as built-in heaters to create the feeling of body warmth.

They will also have sensors to react to your touch.

One company is even developing a head that can speak, smile and sing for its robot sex dolls.

While sex doll Harmony is the first to offer an “emotional connection”.

Experts say these specialised robots will start to appear in ordinary homes in the next decade, as lonely humans look for love.

 New singing heads can be attached onto the company's saucy robot bodies

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New singing heads can be attached onto the company’s saucy robot bodies

Who is Samantha the sex robot?

Samantha is one of the latest hyper-realistic dolls to be released into the growing market of lifelike sex dolls.

Sergi Santos, the designer of the love machine Samantha, said the amorous android was so erotic that men were already developing real feelings for her.

Makers claim she can be “seduced” as she comes complete with sensors in her face, hands, breasts and  “the female genitals down below” so requires a more subtle approach than her forebears.

Samantha featured in a new BBC documentary in August 2107 called “Can Robots Love Us?” which explored the question of romance between men and machines.

She also joined Holly and Phil on the couch of This Morning in September 2017.

How much is a sex robot?

Personalised sex robots can cost tens of thousands of poundS.

However much cheaper models are also available in the growing market.

As the technology is more widely used, the price of sex robots is expected to fall increasing their use.

 Sex robot Samantha has sensors in her face, hands, breasts and 'the female genitals down below'

Sex robot Samantha has sensors in her face, hands, breasts and ‘the female genitals down below’

Are people really marrying them?

According to RealDoll, a company behind a range of startlingly lifelike sex robots, the futuristic lovers are actually saving the lives of the lonely men who wed them.

A spokesperson for the company said the most popular use for the bots is still as a purely sexual partner.

But they added: “There are many reasons we have heard from our customers, ranging from the sexual aspect to a domestic partner to art pieces enjoyed simply for their beauty.

“While we believe we provide a product that has many applications we are sometimes astounded at the impact we make on some customer’s lives.

“We have had customers marry their dolls, say that we had saved their lives because they felt like they had nothing to live for after the death of a spouse or the end of a relationship.”

What do the experts say?

Some experts have warned we’ll need to be careful we don’t get addicted to artificial intelligence love making.

Futurologist Dr Ian Pearson believes women will be ditching men for robots when they want to get frisky in ten years’ time… and could ever start falling in love with the machines.

In fact, he reckons by 2050 robot sex will have eclipsed human love-making all together.

Levy, author of Love And Sex With Robots, said: “I’ve no doubt some will find it creepy, but the arrival of sexually responsive robots will have enormous consequences.

“We have already seen rapid changes in human relationships thanks to the internet, mobile devices and socialmedia.

“The next major advance will enable us to use our technology to have intimate encounters with the technology itself – to fall in love with the technology, to have sex with robots and to marry them.”

Sexologist Lev Shcheglov has concerns about the future of the industry saying cyborg sex poses a serious danger to humans.

He told Sputnik: “Sex with a robot is just a fake imitation. And it can lead to psychopathic disorders and isolation.

“Sex with robots won’t bring into a person’s life the emotion effect that gives us a true communion.

“You can eat pseudo-food to still hunger. But over time it will still end badly.”

Experts have also warned a the sex robot trend could spark a rise in rape and paedophilias pervs get used to “guilt-free, totally submissive” sex.

Professor Noel Sharkey, co-director of Foundation for Responsible Robotics, said: “It has been suggested that some people, particularly the young, may try these and move on to real children. This is outside of my expertise.”

He added: “Another worry, which I believe most of us would find abhorrent, is that the technology [could be used] to create an exact likeness of any particular child from a photograph.”

 Sex doll Harmony is able to talk and can remember details about her man

@abyssrealdoll : Instagram
Sex doll Harmony is able to talk and can remember details about her man

Will there be robot sex doll brothels?

Top scientists believe a robot sex doll brothel would be an efficient way of combating the spread of sexually transmitted infections and reduce people trafficking.

Such a brothel was put forward in a paper looking at what Amsterdam could look like by 2050, with the writers claiming: “human sex workers will be put out of business, unable to complete on price and quality of service.”

The first non-robot sex doll brothel has already opened, in Barcelona, offering punters the chance to liaise with a hyper-realistic silicone partner of their choice.

Lumidolls promises customers will “hardly distinguish” the dolls from a real woman, with the four on offer given profiles to describe their attributes and sessions priced between £70 and £100.

Honor & Sacrifice won’t be Recognized or Appreciated – WHY WOMEN MUST GIVE UP THEIR RIGHTS –

What have we learned from these videos?

Value your time and your life, because NO one else will, and do what you want with your life, sacrifice for ONLY whats important to YOU!!

News: She’s Shopping for Your Replacement (TFM 42O)

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My Open Relationship Nightmare: My Wife Got Pregnant By Someone Else

The ultimate slap in the face, is a lot of women agree the guy should pay child support, even though its not his child, because as usual women support other women’s theft. I wonder if the roles were reversed and that was the norm in society what they’d say then. My opinion: universal liberal democracy needs to end, only white men should be allowed to vote and hold power in the nation, end all trade and immigration to and from the 3rd world, to each his own, and everyone else who doesn’t like it can leave and go live in a mud hunt with a dirt floor and palm tree roof.