Mark Wahlberg in Gender-Division Propaganda
The mainstream media is not just here to give us its side of the story, and it’s not just here to keep us entertained. It’s here to divide the people watching it among themselves while portraying themselves to be the morally-just arbiter of all that is fair in the world.
Nothing is off-limits when it comes to division techniques. “Division” = 911 (Jewish). Whether it’s race, gender, religion, politics, your favorite sports team, it’s all fair game to the social defects running the show.
Today, it’s more division between the sexes. The best weapon for the mainstream in this fight is the gender pay gap. Make the men feel uneasy about their positions of employment, and whether they’ll be able to maintain their salary, while getting women fed up that life’s not fair because they don’t make enough money. Keep in mind, women were barely a part of the workforce in the not-that-distant past.
The longnoses have brainwashed the population into thinking gender equality is a black-and-white issue defined by the amount of fiat currency someone is able to deposit into their bank account on a bi-weekly basis. In their attempt to remove the divine masculinity and femininity from our culture, they have completely ignored what men and women are each uniquely able to contribute to a positive family upbringing, by nature.
It’s amazing to me that we live in a time where I can say “men are stronger than women” and some women will get offended by that. Perhaps I could balance it out by saying “women are more in touch with their emotions than men”, but then some men might get offended by that!
From my view, it’s complete insanity. The idea that people are opting to ignore biological differences and live their life as a “person” rather than a “man” or a “woman” is one of the most bizarre and frustrating things about this world. I feel like if each person can embrace one’s own divine masculinity or femininity, and understand they were created in a particular image, our lives would all be more balanced and full of joy.
I don’t write this because I’m a man and I just want to be dominant – of course, we could all probably get comfortable with a little more power, but that’s not what this is about. I’m also willing to recognize that women tend to have some positive qualities I’m lacking in. Unfortunately, the media has led many to believe that men aren’t capable of circumscribing our masculinity, and that type of energy is “unnecessary” in our “evolved” culture. Of course…some men aren’t capable of this. But it’s far from common, and the default should continue to be that we can trust a man to be a man without stooping to violence and rape.
With that out of the way….let’s look at what’s being pushed today. Link to CNN article on Michelle Williams and Mark Wahlberg.
First of all, Mark Wahlberg isn’t just an actor on TV, this man is an actor in life. He, along with Seth MacFarlane, were supposedly scheduled to be on AA Flight 11, which crashed into the World Trade Center on 9/11. Seth has his own interesting numbers, but Mark’s are better:
Same number of letters, so these both sum to 205 Reverse as well. Wahlberg was born on June 5th, written 5/6 in most parts of the world.
June 5th is the 156th day of the year. The 156th prime number is 911.
Look how old he is today:
227 and 722 are references to the circle, what I refer to as the mark of the Beast.
Today is January 10th, written 10/1 in most parts.
6+5 = 11 | 1+10 = 11
Appropriately, the movie in question is called “All the Money in the World”. You’ve got to be freaking kidding me. It’s pure mockery.
Just yesterday, I linked to this picture, explaining why 448 is important. And Michelle Williams just turned 448 months old yesterday – what are the odds? This is now News by the Numbers works.
Michelle Williams has a life lesson number of 36 – 9 + 9 + 1+9+8+0. The 36th triangular number is 666. She was also born on the date leaving 113 days in the year – the number of mainstream dishonesty.
Is it fair to mention numbers of the Beast in relation to this story? Sure it is…
Zach did some really good work, connecting the dots with this story – check out his post