A real mother on Mother’s Day.

If you want to make prog tard liberal lefties sperg out because that’s how you get your kicks, just show them the following photo.

For the left this sort of picture is a horrible and terrible thing on many different levels. Their usual first attack route will be to scream that the world is overpopulated and such a woman is horribly irresponsible. The deception of this argument however, is instantly revealed when you change the skin color of the family to anything other than white. Libtards will then gush forth with exclamations of what a beautiful family it is and how proud the mother must be.

This is because demographics is destiny and the left are completely invested in the destruction of their own race and culture. In other words, the left is a suicide cult on a scale never before seen in human history. This is why the following animation makes them happy:

Bleeding heart liberals think this animation is the best thing ever because they live in the hope that all of those African kids will grow up and cross the oceans to replace us. Which they will do on our current trajectory.

But back to our friendly family photo. The other reason that this sort of image infuriates the left is because women nowadays are supposed to have careers, not families. This attitude ties in with the demographic replacement argument because it greatly helps to speed up the replacement process if the native population are too busy slaving for the man rather than having lots of lovely children.

But I am not writing this article for those on the two extreme sides of the debate. The audience for this piece are women in the middle; women who genuinely believe that they can have it all, a career and some passing resemblance for a family. 80 years ago this photo would have been celebrated while the idea that women should have careers would have been attacked. Today the opposite is the case; this photo is attacked while women pursuing careers are celebrated.

This is because there does not exist anywhere in nature what is called a happy medium. You cannot simultaneously believe that the sky is blue and green; it is one or the other. Likewise with the earth is round or flat, and so on. If we celebrate women having careers then by definition we must attack women who focus on having large families because you cannot have both and thus you cannot celebrate both. Ironically this women does have a career, the career of genuine motherhood, but that is not what is meant by career these days.

This woman’s life is rich and meaningful in ways that all the high powered career girls can never have. She is also undoubtedly courageous to take such a path in today’s twisted society. She is in fact a real rebel, a woman who does think for herself, and her husband is undoubtedly a most fortunate man. Women who dye their hair blue, pierce their nose, get tattoos, and commute to work in a meaningless cubicle job are the mainstream zombies of the modern world. And they hate this type of woman with every fiber of their being. They hate her because she didn’t fall for the lies that they so stupidly believed.

For those women who still have the time to step back from the precipice of a middle age with cats, do away with the falsity of your crappy jobs, find a good strong man and commit yourself to him. And then under his strength and guidance do what this fine woman has done and create a real life with meaning for yourself. And in a few years you too will have a Mother’s Day worthy of the name.

10 thoughts on “A real mother on Mother’s Day.

  1. 370H55V

    I am reminded of Erica Jong’s (quite the hardcore feminist) novel “Fear of Flying”, in which the storyteller’s highly educated sister and her husband (a physicist) have nine kids, reasoning “why should people with superior genes have fewer why the undesirables are breeding us to extinction”.

    I wonder how many there are like that, and how we can encourage them.

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  2. Katie

    That is a lot of awesome looking kids. My husband and I only have 4 – we’d better get on the ball before my pregnancies start technically (and rudely lol) being classified as “geriatric” (which happens at age 35)! I remember being in a birthing class with a woman who had had a child at 18 (out of wedlock) and was pregnant again at age 28 or 29, and how pregnancy and delivery were crazy harder for her than they were when she was so much younger. I wish those facts were more widely known and taken into account as women plan their lives. Probably most people just react to the thing in front of them, and the thing in front of men and women during school is “career.”

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    1. That’s always worth pointing out.

      If you ask your typical normie, they’ll assume that younger women have a harder time giving birth. Complete propaganda.

      Still, 28 doesn’t even sound that old to me. I’m 20 already. I better hurry up and find a wife while I can still get a young one.

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  3. butterchurngirl

    I think the real reason that the feminists hate her is that she’s beautiful. With seven children and an eighth on the way, that mother glows with inner and outer beauty. She hasn’t used motherhood as an excuse to “let herself go”, and her children look healthy and happy. She is the opposite of the dysfunction that mars the lives of the typical careerist battleaxe. (It’s also refreshing to have the opportunity to think of my five children as a small, manageable group. )

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    1. Katie

      Good point. And not only beautiful, but also strong in a fully feminine way. It’s really a great picture of someone who invested her own youth and beauty well, and is now surrounded by youth and beauty. No one can hold onto youth or beauty, it’s going to be transformed – maybe into something full and beautiful in a different way, or maybe something dry and empty.

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  4. I don’t know, FOUR daughters and only three sons? That’s a bit of a disappointment. She’d better make up for it with this next one.

    You need a wife who will give you strong sons, not weak little daughters.

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    1. butterchurngirl

      But if she raises her daughters properly (and chances are good if judging only by the photo) then she will increase the number of marriageable girls by four (or possibly five). Given the challenge that young men are having these days, finding good young women to date and marry, it seems like a good thing.

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