Fake Christian Women - MGTOW
- Red Pill Ring
The Rise Of The Orthosphere
Mystery Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BVFW4nugkc
Email: Sandmanmgtow @ Gmail.com
Hi Everyone Sandman Here,
This video is brought to you by a donation from Chris and here's what he has to say: "Hey Sandman, Remember three years ago when I gave you as a topic Roosh V’s book that helps women in their 30’s to find a man? You gave the video the title “How to find a good man”. Well guess what Roosh V wrote a second edition of that book. This time he wants to help Christian women to find a good Christian husband with God's help. Roosh V explains to Christian women that our basic nature is to serve the will of God, and that means getting married and work out our salvation with our spouse. He continues by explaining that if a Christian woman doesn’t pray to find a suitable husband she will be tempted to date around and travel the world in order to make the “right” choice. When the marriage gets difficult or the man gets sick or loses his job she will be tempted to dump him for someone better. But if she strongly believes that her husband was
sent by God then she will endure this trial as a way to please the Lord, instead of running away. What do you think Sandman? Isn’t this hilarious? I’ve come across many so-called Christian women and have seen how fake they are. Do you think a Christian woman would refuse the benefits of a divorce just to virtue signal about her faith? And why would a Christian woman search for man in the first place? I thought that’s a decision that her father, community or church makes for her." Well Chris thanks for the donation and topic. I'll get to it in just a moment but let me first tell everyone about today's sponsor The Red Pill Ring: Anyways now back fake Christian women that are using religion as a way to get a man to commit to them clown world show. First of all Chris how do you prove that a woman is actually believes in Christianity? How do you know she's not just going through the motions to swim in your seemen ocean? I think that Roosh is in the same position as Dave Cullen. Two content producers that found religion in the last five years and are now looking for a pure and innocent woman to marry. I've told both they will end up becoming MGTOWs one day but they are in denial. Roosh is probably finding it much harder than he thought to find a good Christian woman and by writing a book like this he's most likely hoping that he gains some mother mary like virgin Jesus groupies ready to grope him after a quickie marriage ceremony or something. I date a Chrisian country girl in a long distance relationship in my late teens and early twenties because I was bargaining with reality for the same thing that Roosh wants. She lured me back to her family farm for a weekend where the parents weren't around where she pretty much prounced around naked for me singing a sad sad sexually frustrating song about how she needed my unwrapped shlong. Actually she wasn't a singer but she played the fiddle. That's even better for sad songs if the violin is tiny enough. A year after I ended things with her she moved away for school and ended up getting pregnant and the guy she tried to trap left and she dealt with the situation in the most Christian way possible by having the child and dropping it off at an orphanage. Actually that didn't happen. She got an abortion instead and at first she lied to me about getting it. Later on she admitted it when we caught up with one another two years later. She was still trying to get back together with me. I hope Roosh falls for someone like her and she tricks him into having unprotected sex, gets her pregnant and then traps him in an unhappy relationship where she eventually reveals her true value system is not a Christian one. I don't usually wish bad things on people but convincing men to go back to traditionalism after he's gone out and banged hundreds of women and making them incapable of being mentally stable enough for marriage has to bring you some bad karma. I didn't sleep with that Christian farm girl and she was setting down a trap because she assumed that if I had good moral character I would have told her to keep the child.
10 images licensed and paid for through BigStock.com. All image licenses are available upon request.
Video Motion Graphics Credits:
Particle Wave 4K Motion Background by "Videezy.com"
|Sensitivity||Normal - Content that is suitable for ages 16 and over|
1 day, 10 hours ago
3 days, 10 hours ago
Warning - This video exceeds your sensitivity preference!
To dismiss this warning and continue to watch the video please click on the button below.
Note - Autoplay has been disabled for this video.
This advertisement has been selected by the BitChute platform.
By purchasing and/or using the linked product you are helping to cover the costs of running BitChute. Without the support of the community this platform will cease to exist.
Registered users can opt-out of receiving advertising via the Interface tab on their Settings page.
To help support BitChute or find out more about our creator monetization policy: