The Multicultural "Family"
Angelina Jolie has trawled most of the Third World looking for non-white children to adopt. Then, after marrying the just about the whitest man available, she produced a child of her own. And how does the open-hearted Ms. Jolie feel about her biological daughter?
But the 32 year-old Beowulf star explained Shiloh's resemblance to her father which set her apart from her siblings.If indeed Shiloh does become the outcast, perhaps its because her adoptive siblings will pick up subtle hints from Ms. Jolie herself.
Angelina told Look magazine: "She looks like Brad. It's funny because she's almost going to be the outcast in the family because she's blonde and blue-eyed," Jolie said.
Jolie also admitted she would have been happy not to have a biological child. But changed her mind after seeing Brad with Zahara and Maddox after bringing her to the US from Ethiopia.Ms. Jolie and her unfortunate brood of children (one apparently destined to be even more unforunate than the others) are a perfect example of the self-hatred many liberal Westerners have come to harbor. Told by the Western intellectual class that their civilization and their race is responsible for all human misery (something now taught in US public schools) they find it increasingly impossible to empathize with their own kind (who are "privileged" simply by birth) and more able to demonstrate their true inclusiveness and liberality by embracing everything non-Western. Ms. Jolie should serve as a dire warning about the consequences of leftist thinking and the ultimate result of multiculturalist ideology.
She said: "I saw Brad with her and Maddox, and I realised how much he loved them - and how a biological child would not be in any way be a threat."
The actress said she felt a deep connection to her adopted children because of the pain they had endured in their young lives.
"I felt so much more for Madd, Zahara and Pax because they were survivors," she continued", she added.
"Shiloh seemed so privileged from the moment she was born.
"But I'm conscious that I have to make sure I don't ignore her needs, just because I think the others are more vulnerable."