Introduction – April 19, 2019
Many of the entertainment industry’s leading stars are either mind-controlled pawns, like Britney Spears, or charismatic egotists who will do anything to feed their addiction to fame and adulation.
That means promoting various programs and causes favoured by the elite. Think of the way Angelina Jolie has been used as the face of some United Nations programs. How she produced a BBC documentary on “fake news”, or how she was used to promote the idea of military intervention in Syria, on humanitarian grounds of course.
In short, the elite are using Angelina Jolie and other Hollywood stars to sell their agendas to an unwitting public.
Charlize Theron also appears to promoting ideas favoured by the elite. In this case she’s fronting a campaign designed to gain wider acceptance for “gender fluidity”.
Like Madonna, BOTH Charlize Theron’s two adopted children are black. Is this just a coincidence? Or are they following instructions from the entertainment industry’s mind-control program?
The following serves to confirm a long-held suspicion I’ve had that Charlize Theron is a genuinely “nasty piece of work”. Ed.
Charlize: My child I thought was a boy is… a girl! For the first time, the Hollywood actress reveals why her adopted child Jackson is wearing dresses. And her inspiration? Her own mother — who shot her father
- Charlize, who lives in Beverly Hills, said Jackson is as much a girl as her sister
- ‘Yes, I thought she was a boy, too,’ Charlize agrees, briskly. ‘Until she looked at me when she was three years old and said: ‘I am not a boy!’
- Charlize grew up in Johannesburg, South Africa, and had tormented early years
- Her alcoholic and abusive father would regularly beat her mother Gerda
- When Charlize was 15 her mother shot her father dead in ‘an act of self-defence’
Gabrielle Donnelly – Daily Mail April 18, 2019
No one could accuse actress Charlize Theron of following the crowd.
Take, for example, the case of her elder child, seven-year-old Jackson, who was adopted as a baby and introduced to the world as a boy.
For years now, rumours have swirled that Charlize has, in fact, been raising Jackson as a girl.
As photographs have appeared of the child wearing skirts and dresses and with long, braided hair, Hollywood gossips have wondered what on earth Jackson’s mother thought she was doing.
But when asked about it on a sunny morning in Beverly Hills, Charlize is matter-of-fact.
Not only is she raising Jackson as a girl — in fact, she says, Jackson is every bit as much a girl as her three-year-old sister, August.