Marrying and making babies seems like a fun, rewarding activity. It’s a shame white people are not doing that anymore.
At least there’s this British family to show you what could have been.
Britain’s largest family The Radfords have revealed their food bills have skyrocketed during the Covid-19 pandemic because their 22 children are ‘constantly eating.’
22 Kids and Counting, a 4-part programme on Channel 5 which starts tomorrow, will document the Lancashire-based family’s life during lockdown and the perils of homeschooling.
Parents Sue, 45, and Noel, 50, share 22 children, with their youngest, Heidi, being born in April last year.
On average, the family consumes 16 pints of milk and four loaves of bread a day, and 24 toilet rolls, three tubes of toothpaste and 80 yoghurts a week, with Sue telling The Mirror: ‘Our food bill has nearly doubled as the children are constantly eating.’
The couple revealed the last year has been challenging for the family, with children Chloe, 25, Jack, 23, Daniel, 21, Luke, 20, Millie, 19, Katie, 18, James, 17, Ellie, 15, Aimee, 14, Josh, 13, Max, 12, Tillie, 10, Oscar, nine, Casper, eight, Hallie, five, Phoebe, four, Archie, three, Bonnie, two, and 10-month-old Heidie all living under one roof.
The couple’s eldest two children, Chris, 31, and Sophie, 27, have already moved out of the family home.
Despite that, the family said their food bill has almost doubled to £400 a week during lockdown.
This is what an alpha male looks like:
You may not agree with that, but objectively speaking, looking at the facts, that’s peak alpha male.
The secret is to keep the woman in a constant state of pregnancy. It keeps her busy and submissive, and it reassures the deepest part of her brain that the father of her kids is a fertile, virile alpha. Yet, political feminist rhetoric has hijacked this natural order and function by making it appear to be oppressive — “barefoot and pregnant”.
With most white families barely making 2 babies, the Radfords are a beautiful, refreshing sight.
They all look happy.
I’m happy for them.