The Pitt-Jolie New-Age Child-Raising Free For All


Overrated actress Angelina Jolie is the epitome of flakey anti-white self-loathing. In fact, she has drunk so thoroughly of the Kool-Aid that, upon birth, she called Shilo, her biological daughter with husband Brad Pitt, “a blob.” Then, Jolie decided to update the world, proclaiming that her beautiful, natural child Shiloh at a mere 20 months is the “outcast” in her ethnically diverse family.

Jolie filed for divorce from Pitt earlier this year, citing irreconcilable differences. Now the focus is on who will get custody of their six children: (adopted) Maddox, 15, (adopted) Pax, 13, (adopted) Zahara, 12, Shiloh, 11 and twins Knox, 8, and Vivienne, 8.

Jolie seemed to claim to have “great insights” into the psyche of her natural child, declaring that “Shiloh seemed so privileged from the moment she was born.” She added, “I felt so much more for Madd, Zahara and Pax because they were survivors.”

Shiloh has grown up as a “tomboy” despite her glamorous mom. After insisting that her family call her John, Shiloh likes to wear boys’ clothes. Brad recently shelled out $10,000 on boys clothes for her and gave her a soldier-themed birthday party just like her brothers.

Maddox was adopted from Cambodia, Pax Thien from Vietnam and Zahara from Ethiopia. Angelina formally adopted the three children as a single parent before her involvement with Brad Pitt. Then they had three natural children: Shiloh, Vivienne and Knox. Jolie and Pitt weren’t married until 2014.

All these children are regularly part of red carpet events and are recipients of considerable attention. They’ve never had formal schooling, instead being subjected to a special home-schooling “program” organized by Jolie. In a Mirror article, Jolie offered more particulars, saying, “They don’t take tests or do homework. Let’s face it, none of those kids will ever be going after low-level jobs, so it’s not like they need a formal education the way other kids would.”

Any guesses about who might be stars, that is if they can survive.

The oldest son, Maddox, has film aspirations and is described (by his mom) has having a high IQ. He has also been reported to be strong-willed. There are also reports of sibling rivalry between the natural born children and the adopted ones. Blond-haired Vivienne has already been cast as a child actress.

Incredibly, the natural-born kids, having been reproduced from two leading Hollywood stars, have somehow inherited the good looks, star qualities and “privileges” lacking in the others. Whodathunk?

Pitt and Jolie formally separated on Sept. 15 after a brouhaha between Pitt and Maddox on the family’s private jet. The story goes that Maddox tried to inject himself into a parental argument on his mother’s behalf. Reports suggest that Angelina had become ‘”fed up” with Brad’s consumption of weed and alcohol. Jolie also pointed to anger management issues in Brad’s relationship to the children.

Jolie has asked for physical custody of the couple’s six children, demanding a judge only give Pitt visitation rights. Throughout the custody battle, the media has trashed Pitt. The New Nationalist has also noticed whole shill armies in different forums who work Pitt over. There is a strong element of white male demonization in play.

The couple completely disagreed over how to raise the kids. Pitt played the bad-cop role. He told The Telegraph in November 2015, “I am [the disciplinarian] with the boys. Girls do no wrong, so I don’t have to be.” Pitt once compared the family atmosphere to “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest” – a movie about a notorious mental institution.

The children move constantly, often living in hotels. Observers note them being jet lagged and lacking a regular routine. There are constant security concerns.

The biggest challenge for Pitt seemed to be the two Asian boys. Maddox’s interest in weapons has been actively encouraged since the age of six. Angelina said at the time, “He’s all into war and guns.”

When Maddox was seven, Angelina told “W” magazine, “My mum took me to buy my first daggers when I was 11 or 12.” One nanny told “In Touch” magazine the kids were constantly swearing and fighting, and commented on Maddox and Pax’s “bad tempers.” She also claimed that Maddox, then nine, drank wine and drove a car around their land.

The couple’s genetic son, Knox, is described as a “mommy’s boy.” Shiloh is described as quiet and deferential.

In another, earlier interview, Jolie presented a completely different image of Brad. “He is much cooler and calmer. … I can be more impulsive and outspoken.” But post-separation, Angelina demanded custody of her and Pitt’s children and she claimed she has become increasingly worried about the actor’s strict parenting skills. Uhm.

On his end, Pitt disclosed that he was raised in a Southern Baptist household and his father as “very, very tough.” He and his siblings were raised “with all the Christian guilt about what you should and shouldn’t do.” On other side of the odd-couple equation, a former nanny described the couple as “very unconventional parents, to say the least. It’s like they’re living in a hippie commune most of the time, because Angie doesn’t believe in rules.”

Jolie’s father is the well-known actor Jon Voight. As a teenager, Jolie found it difficult to emotionally connect with other people, and as a result she took up “self-harm.” She said, “For some reason, the ritual of having cut myself and feeling the pain, maybe feeling alive, feeling some kind of release, it was somehow therapeutic to me.”

She experimented with drugs and, by age 20, she says she “had used almost every drug possible.” She’s had episodes of depression and planned to commit suicide twice. She self-identifies as bisexual.

Jolie’s physical attributes became highly sought-after among western women seeking cosmetic surgery. By 2007, she was considered “the gold standard of beauty.” She founded the National Center for Refugee and Immigrant Children, providing free legal aid to young asylum seekers in the United States and created Kids in Need of Defense, which helps children to enter the U.S. immigration system alone.

So we have super-wealthy individuals with parenting skills and concepts at the opposite ends of the spectrum who decide to create a faux-humanitarian rainbow family, with one parent not directly involved in the adoption process. Would be a severe challenge for even the strongest couple relationship.

Now that the couple has split up, it appears the children will fall even further under the supervision of the super permissive we-are-the world New Age parent. Although Jolie has performed notable on-the-ground humanitarian work, that’s not the same as raising families — something that may be lost on those she influences. Stay tuned for how this unnatural bagunca turns out. If any of these rainbow children survive all the retrogression and make it into adulthood without serious drug, health or mental issues, they deserve sainthood. They have a lot of handicaps to overcome.

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