Saturday, 26 July 2014

Humpback Whales & White Humans - A Response to H.Millard.



This is a reply that was intended to go on the Western Spring website's article "Humpback Whales & White Humans" by H.Millard. (http://www.westernspring.co.uk/humpback-whales-white-humans/)

I am not sure what to make of the article. The message is plain and obvious enough, but I hope that H.Millard is appreciative of the notion that his article will only tend to convince the already committed.
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The great majority of people out there in Britain today are not going to think of themselves as "breeding" within a "natural part of cosmic evolution".......who need to, and I quote, help our race "teem like maggots on garbage" in order to provide the "fleshy material for nature to work with" in the future.
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Of course, I selected a particularly vivid set of descriptions for the purposes of making my point - but talk of 'the cosmos' and to generally talk to people in society about humans "breeding", is just not going to go down that well, even when putting the teeming maggots aside.
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I just don't believe that people think that way, or in such terms - and I suspect it would sound pretty unpleasant if it was framed to them in this kind of manner.
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It makes perfect sense that we need more of ourselves to survive, particularly in the present circumstances where we find our habitat increasingly dominated by others. In fact it would be pretty ludicrous to suggest that 'white nationalists' and wider white society need to do anything otherwise than (at least) go past the point of self replacement of our numbers.
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The article is quite orientated around the basics of nature, but what is it that is driving down the birthrates and severely postponing the raising of children?
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It is all fine and well telling the already racially aware and committed that we need more children in our ranks, but what is happening to our own nature (or circumstances) that has seen vast swathes of Europe enter into such dire population decline?
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If we are to talk about things in such animal-like terms, I could suggest, for example, that the subconscious psychological impact of having so many cuckoos in our nest, or to put it another way, having our territory invaded with a competing species (who are often more assertive and brutal in their behaviour) has an effect of the retraction of our own species.
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Whether this is due to a sense that we may feel we do not have a future in our large cities and towns any more, whether it is due to the lack of suitable partners via these demographic trends, or whether it is due to conditions in parts of the country which are transformed to such a degree where people do not feel inclined to bring up a new generation, I am not sure.
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All I am suggesting is that it may have an impact, even when these people are not even aware of what is driving these choices. But of course, there are many things which have an impact on how things are today.
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For example, adulthood has, for many, been delayed. Over the last five decades alone, we have gone from a situation where people generally moved out of their home at 17 or 18, were often married and in a place of their own by the time they were 22, and were having children as part of a close unit by the time they were 24. Today, the average first time house buyer is late 30's and early 40's!

The generation 40 years ago or more were often said to be able to move out of one job and go straight into another. No longer is this the case. People feel they have no job security, and we now see things emerging like 'zero-hour-contracts', not to mention the competition for the most menial of jobs with a never ending supply of foreigners (and the aforementioned cuckoos that have embedded themselves in our nests for quite some time now). For many in such situations, the thought of having children may not be all that attractive.
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When it comes to housing, wages are low whilst the cost of living is quite high, rent is high, particularly in the cities...where immigration again is driving up the prices and the age at which people can move out of their parents' home, or eventually buy their own home that is suitable for raising a family.
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I remember one documentary about the state of Britain today which included a young couple who were scraping an existence together and were living in such a small flat that they had to store their vacuum cleaner and other items in the boot of their car at night because they hadn't the space to make up the beds (or whatever).
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When the question of children was put to this couple, they said they would love to have some children, but there is no chance of them having any where they were living - and that the waiting lists for suitable council places were sky high, even if they were eligible for one, which they probably weren't, seeing as they were doing everything 'right'.
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So there you had a decent young couple who wanted to have children, but felt trapped in a situation where it was not deemed feasible. They felt they could not afford it, or raise a family in such cramped conditions. You could probably times that couple by many thousands. The woman involved may suddenly find herself in her mid to late 30s and rushing to have just the one child whilst she still can. This is how it seems to go now for many. Not all, but many. 
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But here is the thing, the narrative for generations has largely been to "be responsible" like that. The message has been....."go to school, go to college, go to university if you can, then when you have that completed and have a decent job, THEN you find somebody and start a family if you want one". Generally, it was implied that if you cannot afford children, then you ideally should not have them.
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For women, having children has even sometimes been presented as a ball and chain that could interfere with their "career" and prospects in the future. Where once having children in their late teens and early twenties was the normality and somewhat expected, now, for women, having children at that age could allegedly "ruin their lives", and they are told that they ought to wait until they are 'established' and so on, before getting together with somebody that way.
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Fatherhood and marriage has been attacked to the point where men seem to feel they have little role to play. The justice system has been deemed to be in favour of women for a long time, whilst feminism has bred a generation of women who want it all and think they can have it all without a man being around at all.
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'Sisters' are apparently 'doing it for themselves'. So where do men fit in? What kind of effect is this role denigration having in wider terms of men even desiring fatherhood and committing oneself to a woman in the first place? (Which is often seen as a financially risky business for the male).
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Feminism and hedonism has probably affected both men and women too, where, thanks to the generally delayed adulthood and independence, they are part of the peter-pan generation who do not want to grow up and are not yet feeling 'ready' to have children, despite the window of opportunity closing upon them fast.
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Many people I know are in their 30s and still cannot drive. They are largely single or forever coupled with short-term relationships, when not playing computer console games and enjoying their 'freedom' with 'no ties'.
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It is now often in their forties when they are being responsible and settling down. This is just the life they have known and grown up around, it has not necessarily been a concious choice. They are more the victims of a particularly constructed society.To some extent, I feel I am a victim of it myself, realising certain things a decade too late.
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There are of course many who buck the trends. Whilst relationships seem to fail more often and more easily than previous generations, there are still people out there in their late teens and early twenties having children, there are still people 'making do and mend' and having children anyway, there are plenty of 'irresponsible' people having children that they did not even want to have. There are many in solid relationships and ahead of the curve when compared to the peter pan victims.
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But for those who are doing things well, again, they are hit by extortionate child care, whilst their children are effectively raised by the state and by strangers.
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So as to keep up payments, keeping their jobs secure and such, they can often be found working full time to pay for somebody else to be doing all this! Of course, it is often utter madness - like we are all trapped into the mad cycles that have been constructed for us.
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For the Pakistanis, the Somalis, the Roma, and so on....they are not binding themselves so much to the same notions, the same unwritten rules. Their culture remains more patriarchal, the women and men have roles expected of them. They enjoy large families and are irresponsible enough to not care who feeds them and houses them, as they know they can generally rely upon the state, upon the wider society, upon whites, who ironically feel unable to have children of their own!
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If H.Millard wants the white race, European demographics, or whatever, to surge......then I am afraid that telling them to 'breed' is not enough. Nor will they really do it these days for 'their race'. I think it has to be shown as encouragement for other reasons (that just happen to have this benefit as a consequence without them even knowing it). It needs to become expected of them again.
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Maybe there was once great pride people in having large families. Perhaps it was sometimes a status thing in previous centuries. Now, in the media like the Daily Mail, having large families is just seen as a "burden" on the country and the "welfare state". It can be sneered at, something 'not to do', or whatever. My brother has three lovely children, but to be honest, they are often run ragged by it. Having more children to "their full capacity" would not really compute with them. It can be rewarding, but tiring.
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As for the white race itself, the narrative now has it that we are to blame for everything. We are allegedly to be ashamed of our past, ashamed of our present and that we are some kind of plague upon the wider world - which we have allegedly robbed, raped and pillaged.
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We are implied to be greedy, racist, useless ("immigrants work harder/are smarter/etc) -  and that our dominant numbers in jobs and in wider society is some sort of a problem that needs to be solved with the replacement by others!
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What wider subconscious message is that sending out? It would hardly be a message that would help us have pride and enthusiasm to expand our numbers!
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I think all these kinds of things are having an impact on how we see ourselves and thus what our fertility rate is.
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Without the conditions in place to change all these current trends in society, without the imposition of a different discourse within the population, without incentives and a sense of security being there for people, etc, I think it is going to be an uphill slog to even sustain replacement level fertility rates, never mind "breed to our capacity".
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Maybe in the future, the Western Spring imbibed communities could have the ingredients there to bolster a more sustainable fertility rate, with full knowledge of what they are doing and why it should be done.
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As for the rest of the country, those 'teeming maggots' of bulk material, I think Mr Millard has his work cut out if he seeks to get their appreciation to what he is saying (and requesting) of them. Particularly so if nationalists go out there and describe the situation in the way written for the article.
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I am not suggesting the article is wrong. I do not think it is wrong. It is more the disconnect between the fully race-aware white nationalist and the way the world is actually working that troubles me, talking about things in such a way which is not likely to ever allow the contents to come to any actual fruition.
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There are many occasions where we nationalists get suckered into our own little world and become removed from the rest of society. For me, this appeared to be another one of them.
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Perhaps the intention was not aimed for wider consumption, which is fair enough - but even so, if others head off and talk of breeding, the cosmos, the blunt facts of organisms and biologies, I doubt they would get very far in encouraging people to have children.