White Births Rebound

The White Majority is back on the horizon:

The white birth rate in America has staged a near miraculous comeback and was a majority of live births in 2016—reversing a decade long decline—if the figures in the latest National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) report is accurate.

This new report, titled “Births: Provisional Data for 2016,” dated June 2017, although it was only released last week.

According to the report, the provisional number of births for the United States in 2016 was 3,941,109, down 1 percent from 2015.

The general fertility rate was 62.0 births per 1,000 women aged 15–44, down 1 percent from 2015 to a record low for the United States.

Among the race and Hispanic origin groups, the number of births ranged from 9,342 births for non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander (NHOPI) women to 2.054 million births for nonHispanic white women.

The report’s “Table 2: Births, by race and Hispanic origin of mother” claims that of the 3,941,109 births in 2016, some 2,054,564 were “white” nonHispanic.

This amounts to 52 percent of the total.

My assumption is this will mark a recovering birthrate for all first-world nations. What I suspect destroys birthrates is the growth of the r-psychology. r-strategists want hedonism. Because they have limited stress and threat, they want sex, they want rewards of career, they want vacations, and travel, and interesting foods, and social validation, and on and on. What they do not want is to be, in the words of Obama, “punished with a baby.” They do not want to picture everyone out about town, partying, and drinking, and having fun while they are trapped at home doing boring domestic things.

K-strategists have a different perspective. They want the security of family in a stressful world. They want people who have their back, and will support them through their travails, and they want to support others through their problems. And I suspect they view babies as puppies, and actively want to raise them and care for them.

What I have always expected is that as K takes hold, reproductive rates in the first world will spontaneously pick back up. My own opinion is the baby boom was a byproduct of the K-ified warriors of WWII returning home with firmly K-selected psychologies, and wanting families just as strongly as your feminist career-girls are sure they want career success today. File this away as one more indicator K is coming back to the first world.

Meanwhile, Australia is seeing reproductive strategy-related-behaviors shift K as well:

However, the tide might be turning. “Younger people now are becoming more conservative. They want to get married and have children younger… Associate Professor Hewitt said…

However, rates of divorce in Australia are declining and even those who do divorce are staying married longer the latest Bureau of Statistics research shows.

Between 1995 and 2015, the divorce rate fell from 2.8 to 2.0 divorces granted per 1000 Australian residents, according to the figures released in November 2016.

And the seven-year itch – or more precisely for Australia, the 7.4 year itch, which was the number of years between marriage and separation in 1987 – has become an 8.5-year itch.

“Marriages are actually more successful now.

On another front, Japan may have found a way to help reproductive rates along outside of K-ifying the populace:

A PATCHWORK of nondescript houses nestled at the foot of a mountain, Nagicho looks like an ordinary Japanese town. On closer inspection, something extraordinary marks it out: babies. Yuki Fukuda is one of many local mothers with three children. The bump under her winter coat indicates that another is on the way, part of a baby bonanza that has seen the town’s fertility rate double since 2005.

The fertility rate rose from 1.4 (meaning that the average woman will have 1.4 children in her lifetime, roughly the national rate) to 2.8 in 2014.

Mrs Fukuda will receive a “celebratory” gift of ¥300,000 ($3,530) when she gives birth. A subsidised baby-sitting service is available for just ¥1,800 a day, along with subsidised carseats and other baby accessories. When her children reach secondary school, she will receive ¥90,000 a year for each one who attends.

Other initiatives are more creative. The town relies on a network of volunteers to help keep its two nurseries open. Businesses that move to the town receive rent-free land—a gesture that has lured at least three companies since 2014, says Yoshitaka Kumagai, a local government official. The city is also offering a clutch of refurbished or newly built apartments and houses for rent at subsidised rates.

Mr Kumagai insists all this largesse has added just 1% to the town’s ¥48bn annual budget.

Now if we can combine the rise of K with these programs, maybe we will not need to import so many scumbags from shithole countries. That is a win for the West.

Everything is turning K, yet Generation Zyklon is still in it’s political infancy and the Apocalypse has not even hit yet.

The future is so bright I’ve gotta wear shades.

Tell everyone about r/K Theory, because you want to help it all turn around

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9 Responses to White Births Rebound

  1. Pitcrew says:

    The American Amish average about 7. Higher birth rates combined with the longer life expectancy of Whites means the future demographics of the country are not that bad really- as long as immigration is halted and illegals deported. Also- remember- most non-Whites live in cities which are notorious fertility reducers. America is far from being demographically doomed.

  2. Kharmii says:

    I hope white people start turning against the ‘spiteful mutants’ who try to encourage white people to stop reproducing because of this left wing moral obligation for zero population growth (only for whites though, not third world dirt farmers). My mom has raised me to be this way. She has seven kids. Some of the maiden aunties or one child women tried to put her down, and she fired back. I work for a rabbity office in libertopia where they try to make me low status because my values are different. I finally said, “There’s nothing wrong with me. I’m normal. I have three kids. What’s wrong is that half of our males are middle aged losers who still live with mom and have never had a girlfriend!” This is absolutely true. We’re so rabbity it’s majority single moms and sweater boys.

  3. Musashi says:

    Let’s do this.

  4. Andy says:

    “My own opinion is the baby boom was a byproduct of the K-ified warriors of WWII returning home with firmly K-selected psychologies, and wanting families just as strongly as your feminist career-girls are sure they want career success today. File this away as one more indicator K is coming back to the first world.”

    You know, just 1 in 3 US Servicemen during WW1 was a volunteer, while during Vietnam where the boomers fought it was 2 in 3. The US government had to stack up their forces with 300.000 Fellons right outa prison in exchange to get their charges and sentences dropped. Also, in Vietnam not a single Unit ever surrendered, not even on squad level, while during WW2 sometimes the US forces surrendered as soon the germans started showing up. During the battle of the bulge, there were 20.000 US Servicemen AWOL in Paris alone. And speaking of France, they raped the shit out of this country so much that the french wished they had the germans back.
    And just for the iceing on the Cake: the 1965 immigration act was not passed by boomers, but by these Greatest Generation guys.

    These ain’t K selected psychologies, these are the lucky ones who didn’t have their industrial base destroyed. The greatest generation is more R then the Boomers.

    • I have no idea on the stats, but I know being thrown into war made the generation far more K than it would have been had it not gone to war.

      As for Vietnam, had it been a global war, and we mobilized on the same level, I suspect when the vets returned there would have been another baby boom.

  5. cavalier973 says:

    I don’t know,about Australia, but here in the U.S. I suspect many of these new babies will be homeschooled. (My wife and I have 5 children, my next youngest brother has 4, and my youngest brother has 7. Two of us homeschool.)

    Also, we have joined homeschool co-ops, and I have noticed that a large number of member families that have 3 or more children

  6. Samuel Skinner says:

    http://www.socialmatter.net/2017/01/08/another-30s-german-echo-will-trump-bring-a-baby-boom/

    Social Matter predicted this a year ago; they pointed out there were baby booms in Germany post WW1 and post 1933 and even in the absence of economic changes that Trump would pull of a baby boom like Hitler by increasing the relative status of parenting, motherhood, fatherhood and children. The fact Trump has presided over increasing economic growth and smashing the shitlibs is icing on the cake and something Hitler was unable to accomplish.

  7. vfm#7634 says:

    Actually, births are reported by the mother’s race rather than the child’s race. The Census counts the child’s race, which is why you see a white minority.

    But your post is still correct. The white percentage has been relatively flat since the mid-oughts, since there was a birth rate crash among Hispanics. And the only way it could be flat mathematically, in the face of a much younger and growing nonwhite population, is due to nonwhite birth rates decreasing.

    Relatively speaking, whites are doing better than we were in 1990. Our birth rates since then have been stable, whereas the minority groups have all been falling. It’s not out of the realm of possibility that non-Hispanic whites will actually have the highest TFR in 2030 of all groups. I think this is due, as you suggest, to r-selected groups going from having a lot of kids on welfare to contracepting themselves out of existence.

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