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What if the Pitt-Jolie divorce is a FALSE FLAG to make men feel bad, or something, MGTOW asks

Actual photo of Pitt-Jolie divorce negotiations

We are through the looking-glass, people!

On the Men Going Their Own Way subreddit, a fellow calling himself huckleberryferry has a TERRIFYING new conspiracy theory: What if whenever there’s a news story about some famous rich and/or handsome dude who’s been done wrong by a woman, it’s actually a FALSE FLAG arranged by evil elites to make men feel bad about themselves, or something?

At least I think that’s what he’s trying to say. It’s a little hard to tell, because clearly the evil Satanic elites have been conspiring against huckleberryferry’s ability to write comprehensible prose.

WHAT IF THE TOP ELITES ARE PLAYING WITH US? (self.MGTOW) submitted 10 hours ago by huckleberryferry What if those top elites are creating these ridiculous events, some where women outsmart even other top, elite members? What if all the major, top media stories are all prearranged behind the throne before they are actually allowed to happen? What if every event is a play behind which is an unknown, ultimate agenda? I rather find it ridiculous that top and influential people such as Elon Musk, Brad Pitt,...(add to the list of "invincible" men of our time—millionaires, billionaires, scientists, politicians, celebrities, etc.—who have (allowed themselves) been publicly screwed by women, feminism.) What if the cult groups of society are behind all this but just using the nature of women to their advantage (think of Satan—if you believe in the Bible—using Eve after she was created to bring man(kind) down)? Just consider it wise men, for we (MGTOW) may as well possibly be under delusions and taken by media deceptions that it's entirely ONLY women demonstrating their dark nature

If true, this is HUGE, and clearly the only way to fight back against these Top Satanic Elites is to post lots of stuff on Reddit about how women suck.

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Alan Robertshaw | April 19, 2017 at 7:36 am

George Clooney

Or as he’s known round The Temple, “Amal Alamuddin’s husband”.

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That made me laugh.

Elizabeth Regina
Elizabeth Regina
5 years ago

Are MGTOW not unplugged from the vacuous world of gossip about celebrity relationships?

Oh, it’s like everything else – only when it suits them

Viscaria the Cheese Hog
Viscaria the Cheese Hog
5 years ago

Read the passage above and then answer the following questions.

1. What is the most top and elite?

a. Top elites
b. Top, elite members
c. Major, top media stories
d. Top and influential people

Fishy Goat
Fishy Goat
5 years ago

@ Kat:

Unlike, say, George Klooney. Or Johnny Dep. Chris Helmsworth. Hugh Jackmann.

Cucumber Bandersnatch. 😉

@Viscaria “Anyone who isn’t MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!” 😉

AsAboveSoBelow, Male Gaze Harvester
AsAboveSoBelow, Male Gaze Harvester
5 years ago

I’m curious: has anyone ever become a former MGTOWer?

Kale
5 years ago

Every time I think of Alex Jones’ lawyer, I picture a frustrated Saul Goodman

Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
Axecalibur: Middle Name Danger
5 years ago

@AsAbove

I’m curious: has anyone ever become a former MGTOWer?

In that they quit the toxic bullshit, or in that they specifically quit the celibacy part?

Banananana dakry: Fat, Short-Haired, and Deranged
Banananana dakry: Fat, Short-Haired, and Deranged
5 years ago

@Kat

Whoa! You can’t talk that way about Brad Pitt. Women, without exception, adore the man. Okay, I guess Angelina might be done adoring him. But she actually knows him, so she’s got an excuse.

Oh my god, I forgot, I’m sorry! Forgive me, Katie, for I have committed heresy. Brad Pitt is the divinest hunk of man to ever walk the earth and every woman alive wants to ride on his cock carousel. Except for the ones that have already been.

😉

Tosca, Chaos made Flesh
Tosca, Chaos made Flesh
5 years ago

I Am Not a Psychiatrist, nor do I play one on television, but…if I knew this guy IRL I would advise him to see a doctor. He apparently believes that some of the richest and most famous people in the Western world are conspiring to arrange their lives, Truman Show-style…to make him and his friends feel bad. I’m not sure where the line is between dumb conspiracy theory and pathological paranoid delusions, but this person is surely in the vicinity of it.

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
5 years ago

@Alan

George Clooney

Or as he’s known round The Temple, “Amal Alamuddin’s husband”.

I know you mean the Middle Temple (it’s not the First Temple, is it?):

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Middle_Temple

But I prefer to think of “The Temple” as the sacred institution devoted to the worship of Katie, not to mention the accoutrements associated with this veneration:

http://www.keepcalm-o-matic.co.uk/p/keep-calm-and-worship-katie/

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
5 years ago

@ Kat

I was thinking of The Temple as in the physical location:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Temple,_London

Middle Temple (and Inner Temple) are Inns of Court. That’s a bit like a guild or livery company. Although they still have a practical rather than ceremonial function. Both Inns though own property (including various chambers buildings) located within the Temple itself. You can tell which building belongs to whom by looking at the drainpipes. They have the appropriate insignia on them.

There is actually an Outer Temple, but that is a building rather than an Inn. Unsurprisingly it’s just outside Temple proper.

You can be a member of a chambers belonging to a different Inn to the Inn you yourself are a member of.

Amal is I believe a member of Inner Temple. Her chambers, Doughty Street, is actually located outside the Temple. On Doughty Street (we’re not very imaginative when it comes to names).

Heh, hope that makes some sense 🙂

Jamesworkshop
Jamesworkshop
5 years ago

I noticed that out of 54 comments barely any seemed directly related to the Original post.

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
5 years ago

@Alan
Thanks for the clarification. This whole Temple thing is pretty new to me.

And British history, I believe, extends back a bit further than that of the USA.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
5 years ago

@ kat

Without Middle Temple there wouldn’t be a history of the USA (or a USA) 😉

http://www.middletemple.org.uk/sites/default/files/images/library-archive/declaration.jpg

(That’s our original copy. Lives in the library. In one of those tacky clipframes from Athena!)

Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
Kat, ambassador of the feminist government in exile
5 years ago

@Alan
Kickass! Thanks for that.

I don’t think I’m the only American with a limited knowledge of the Temple. You’re the one who brought it to my attention several months ago.

I just checked with my (American) boyfriend, who reads all kinds of stuff about history. He’s never heard of it.

Sad!

JS
JS
5 years ago

@Fishy Goat
You bstrd, I saw Cucumber Bandersnatch, and then wound up thinking for some time what the real name was, while still knowing EXACTLY who you were talking about.

Dalillama: Irate Social Engineer

I knew about the Temple, but not that it’s now full of lawyers. I spent some while fascinated with the Templars

Alan Robertshaw
5 years ago

@ dalillama

but not that it’s now full of lawyers

We’ve been there since about 1320!

Hopefully you’ll get over one day and I can show you around. If you like Templars you might find it interesting. Especially the church. The original round bit dates back ages. I think it’s a copy of some place in Jerusalem. I’m entitled to be married there; although if I ever do get hitched it’ll be at that stone circle I like.

Middle Temple took over all the Templars accoutrements (but not the supposedly missing treasure unfortunately) hence me having cufflinks with the Templar cross and a lamb and flag. Inner Temple got a new logo. Collectively though we share a symbol of two knights on one horse. That was apparently to show the Templars frugality and humbleness.

http://c8.alamy.com/comp/DFGGKC/two-knights-riding-a-horse-statues-on-a-column-outside-the-temple-DFGGKC.jpg

(I still maintain that column is too big for the statue)

Turtle
Turtle
5 years ago

Is it too much of a stretch to say Eve is the Anita Sarkeesian of biblical times? Both the target of organised misogynists and both still brought up as evidence of the evilness of women roughly 2000 years after their original ‘sin’?

Alan Robertshaw
5 years ago

@ turtle

Is it too much of a stretch to say Eve is the Anita Sarkeesian of biblical times?

That’s an interesting topic. If it’s an area you want to explore further I’d recommend you also look at all the Lilith mythology as well.

Turtle
Turtle
5 years ago

Thanks Alan, I will definitely check Lilith out

The Real Cie
5 years ago

Hang on, I need to turn my eyeballs back the right way. After reading the “wisdom” of Huckleberryferry, they rolled so far back that I can see the ridges in my brain. Also, shame on me for what I was thinking the other day!

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