Illuminati Programmed Women to Self-Destruct
Boomers Threw Their Children to the Wolves
"Lacking guidance or a value-system and desperately needing one, as all children do, we instead latched onto the only force that did seem to care about us – the Illuminati media. So, from our earliest years, we’ve been given one relentless message: "’hot woman + hot man + hot sex = happiness".
The Illuminati war on Western civilization continues with the re-engineering of young women, so they’ll have few children and not marry.
The Kabbalah "does not bring the nations closer to holiness,but rather extracts the holiness from them, and thereby destroys their ability to exist…" -Yesaiah Tishbi ( cited in Hoffmann, Judaism Revealed, p.775)
By Anna Freeman
My generation and anyone born after 1980 have not been brought up by our parents, but by the media. Our parents, brainwashed by the liberal-feminist-atheist aesthetic, sacrificed us on the altar of political correctness. They were told not to be ‘oppressive’ or ‘intrusive’ like their own parents, but rather to give us our freedom and let us find our own way.
Very PC. But the literal translation? We were quite literally thrown to the wolves ("in sheep’s clothing", aka the Fabian Society et al).
Lacking guidance or a value-system and desperately needing one, as all children do, we instead latched onto the only force that did seem to care about us – the ILLUMINATI MEDIA. So, from our earliest years, we’ve been given one relentless message: "’hot woman + hot man + hot sex = happiness". And that is the only message we ever have been given, the only message any future generation is likely to receive.
If you take a generation, and deprive them of all moral values, all guidance and support, all spirituality and humanness, and instead bombard them with explicit, dehumanized sexual images – this is what you get.
Women now judge themselves, not as mothers, nurturers, or companions, but on how quickly and extensively men are prepared to debase them. What 50-years ago would have been considered appalling, degrading treatment from men, is now considered a compliment.
A friend of mine recently told me, glowing with pride, how she’d got a job by wearing a short skirt: "The boss said he didn’t think I’d be able to do the job," she said. "But he did think it would be nice to have my legs to look at every day."
The Matthew Perry vehicle ’17 Again’ is a rare example of what movies should be. The middle-aged Matthew Perry character is transported back to relive his teenage years, in the present day. This means he ends up fraternizing with his teenage daughter’s friends, and is shocked at their aggressive sexuality and lack of boundaries.
He sits three of them down, and says, "Look, you have to stop behaving like this. If you don’t respect yourselves, who else will?"
They all look at each other, momentarily stunned, and you think he might have got through to them… until one thrusts her chest forward, and declares:
"You don’t have to respect me!"
Outraged and not to be outdone, her friend immediately counteracts:
"Well, you can respect me even less!"
Before the final friend delivers triumphantly:
"You don’t even have to remember my name!"
He looks at them, speechless, before shaking his head and declaring:
"This is some other dad’s problem."
PARENTS GONE AWOL
But the problem is, of course, that no dads – or mums – are dealing with it.
They’re all too desperate to appear ‘cool’ and be their children’s ‘friends’. The idea of providing a robust moral framework for their children, and assuming responsibility for their development, rather than leaving it to friends and Facebook, is anathema.
As an example, this Christmas, I went to my aunt and uncle’s house, and they have a 13-year-old daughter, typically obsessed with her phone and Facebook.
Her mother confessed to me she was having problems dealing with her, and asked me whether I, before the age of 16, had ever told either of my parents to "f*** off". I was shocked, I told her. I still hadn’t said that to either of them now, nor would I dream of doing so.
Apparently though, this is the typical response my aunt and uncle get – by text – if they ever try to control my cousin’s whereabouts.
Bear in mind this is no ‘problem family’ – this is a ‘good’ home, with married parents in good jobs and both kids at private school – yet the children are already lost.
Young girls, like my cousin, and like girls all around the world, have been left to be reared by the media – where they are told repeatedly that all they have to offer the world is the packing they exist within – how ‘hot’ they are.
And that their value in life is directly measured by how many people they can get to crudely respond to this ‘hotness’. Boasting of how many ‘conquests’ they’ve achieved is a common conversational topic amongst young girls, and, as a teenager, I vividly remember facing the torturous decision to either lie, or be the subject of derision, when it came to disclosing my own ‘numbers’ to my friends (I usually lied.)
YOUNG WOMEN FAKING IT
But the truly astonishing fact is that, whilst young men may at least physically enjoy casual sex, young women don’t.
They are programmed and designed not to (hence the ‘problem pages’ inundated by "help, I’m ‘faking it!" type letters). How many young men would so enthusiastically engage in casual, anonymous sex if it wasn’t physically satisfying? Probably none. But young women do, all the time. That’s how distorted, dehumanized and controlled they have become.
This brainwashing is so extensive that many, many of my friends – all bright, attractive, kind and thoughtful women – started having unprotected sex with strangers from their teens onwards.
Many have had abortions (official UK figures show that around 30% of women seeking abortions didn’t use any contraception), and these abortions will probably haunt them for the rest of their lives – to say nothing of the lives that have been so brutally cut short as a result.
Can this amount of suffering and pain really be justified by a five-minute anesthetized fumble with someone who might not even remember their names? Somehow, generations of girls have been convinced that it can be,
I could probably rant on about this subject for years, and all the horrific, dehumanizing things I’ve seen my friends – all intelligent and highly-educated women – go through. I can hardly even bear to watch my young cousins grow up, and see what will happen to them.