Pomidor Quixote and Andrew Anglin
November 7, 2019
If Jennifer Aniston had used her youth to marry a good man, she’d be a happy grandmother involved in the lives of her children and grandchildren.
Instead, she used her youth to “work” and whore around Hollywood.
Now she’s damned to spend the rest of her days locked inside her own head, imagining all the kids that she didn’t have.
She is hot on the promotional trail for her new TV series, The Morning Show.
And when discussing how her character feels behind closed doors in an interview with Glamour, Jennifer Aniston has admitted she often finds herself ‘isolating’ and at risk of ‘losing touch with the real world.’
The star, 50 confessed: ‘I find myself at times isolating. Don’t get me wrong, I love being home. Home is a very comfortable, safe space for me. But if you stay home for too long you will become isolated and lose touch with what’s going on in the real world.’
When asked about how they felt about constantly being asked quizzed about the importance of women in Hollywood, Jennifer noted:
‘II think it’s interesting that that’s the thought that people have. You know, that it’s not the norm that women are strong and powerful. We’re all powerful human beings!‘
Was the “power” worth your loneliness, Jennifer?
Is the power worth the family that you don’t have, Jennifer?
If women don’t become mothers, there are no future generations.
Allowing women to choose whether to become mothers or not is like giving them a loaded gun and telling them to shoot themselves if they feel like it, and then having the education system and media bully them into shooting themselves.
When was the last time that you heard a pro-motherhood message?
Why aren’t women told that by becoming mothers, they’re ensuring that their lives will have meaning and joy in them until the very end?
The singular reason that all of this “women should work” nonsense was promoted was to keep us from breeding.
It is part of a Jewish anti-natalism program, which is a weapon against white Christians.
We should hope women learn from the likes of Aniston, a once beautiful woman who is now a miserable, childless old hag.
But “women learning” is basically an oxymoron – if we are talking about them changing their own behavior based on information. It just doesn’t happen.
The only way to fix the problem is for men to reassert themselves, and to take back their position as rulers. And in order to do that, we’re going to have to forget about women for a while, and focus on ourselves.