Many times, prayers are beautiful and moving. Several years ago, I heard a man utter a sincere prayer asking that our People not be “a springless autumn.” And that is what inspired the title of the book A Springless Autumn, a book I first researched and wrote back in 2010-12, and have recently re-released in a second edition with updated format and information. The first edition could only be purchased. This edition, however, even though much improved, is free to download.
You can download the pdf here: A Springless Autumn
Shall I review my own work? Probably not. So instead, let me tell you why I think you’ll find it a worthwhile resource.
It explains the financial forces arrayed against our families, all the way from our central banking system to tax policy, and provides plenty of well-sourced material demonstrating clear causal links to lower birth rates. It delves into debt, how the system pushes debt, and the instrumental role it can play in both divorce and delayed child bearing. It discusses consumerism, employeeism and their contribution to the problem. Obviously, no exploration of the subject would be complete without dealing with radical feminism, and the book explores many angles of the subject with a concentration on the false history that fuels its narratives. Further chapters explore everything from the role of obesity and online dating to recommendations for getting a handle on both.
Although there is a late chapter offering solutions to all of these that you can implement personally in your life, as well as avenues for political pressure, the real value of the book lies in adjustments to mindset, bringing expectations in line with what is real, intellectual ammunition and giving you the tools you need to help bring power back to yourself, your family, and extended family.
Although it is footnoted like an academic tome, it is written in an accessible personal style, as though you and I are having a conversation. So despite being ~150 (small) pages in length, you’ll find it a quick read.
Our people face many problems on many fronts, and this book makes no attempt to address all of them. Instead, it focuses on one single issue, explains the underlying mechanisms, and then shows how you can counteract them personally.