Truth Frequency Radio

May 03, 2013

by Sheree Geo

Truth Frequency Radio

Romney_05ea0Mitt Romney, during the Commencement Address at Southern Virginia University, gave a little advice to the graduating class: Get married and have babies right away! According to the Washington Post:

“They’re going to miss so much of living, I’m afraid,” Romney said of the sad, single losers who opt to spend their 20s without a ring (he says, unsurprisingly, nothing of those who might want to get hitched but can’t.).

Of the Bible, he tells the young folks: “When it says ‘marry,’ listen!”

He concludes with a bit of Biblically inspired advice. “Have a quiver full of kids if you can.”

Having been raised in a Conservative, Christian household, I am aware of the teachings of “having a quiver-full of children”. Conservative Christians believe that children are a gift from God, and that we should have lots of them, especially if the parents are intelligent and have good jobs. But what do people like this do when the economy is being systematically destroyed by global elitists whose secondary goal is depopulation?

Romney even joked, according to the Roanoke Times, about how the American dream has changed: It’s gone from home ownership to “getting the kids out of the home you own.”

Very funny, Mitt. In the midst of an economic crisis and sociological decline, I’m so glad we have you to count on to lift our spirits with your “humor”.

According to Medical News Today, fertility rates are influenced by economics more than any other factor.  The Denver Post even has an article recently about “budgeting for baby”. It’s not that people don’t want kids, it’s that they know they can’t afford them!

Meanwhile, our children are being taught in public schools that “not wanting children” is normal, instead of “not wanting children when you can’t afford them.” Along with decisions like the one a federal judge made recently making it easier for 15-year-old girls to obtain the “morning-after pill” without their parent’s permission or notification, which is a serious drug with serious side effects, and the highly-polarized debate on abortion (particularly late-term abortion), it is only a matter of time before things that actually are harmful to the family unit (even from a libertarian perspective instead of a right-or-left one) are thought of as completely normal by the population.

Expect major culture clashes within the next 5 to 10 years about all of these issues, because they all tie in together. Our fertility decline has forced us to accept immigrants (yes, even the illegal ones), just like in Western Europe, and until we get back to a “family-oriented mindset” again, we’re just going to have to accept the fact that they’re here. When it comes to getting the children out of the parents’ houses, well, you have the federal reserve to (partially) blame for that. And when it comes to the ideological problems we’re having at the moment concerning pregnancy, large families, and contraception for little girls, it’s gonna take a lot of work on both factions to get this country moving in the right direction again. The “FEMEN”-type nonsense isn’t going to get us anywhere, but the John Birch Society isn’t, either. The middle way is the best way.


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Sheree Geois a researcher, freelance writer and journalist, and singer from East Texas. After several years of watching eugenics and mind control in action, she began to fight the system by giving people the knowledge of these activities. She then met her husband, Chris Geo, in 2009 and has since been the co-host of their show, Truth Frequency, which airs on GCN every Saturday and Sunday afternoon, as well as on their network, K-TFRN.