Isabella Molyneux or as she likes to be called “Jenna Hero”, is the daughter of Christina and Stefan Molyneux. She is the first child to have ever been peacefully parented. Isabella is more than just Stefan’s daughter, she is a project that he hopes will be the final proof that child abuse is the root of all human corruption.

'I Put a Rainbow On You'

by Isabella Molyneux

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  1. Anonymous

    what will you do when your daughter divorces you???

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    • Anonymous

      What are you on about?

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      • Jay

        pay no mind, it’s a garbled manifestation of evil, coming from a coward who hates what Stefan stands for. The Truth.

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    • Anonymous

      Not an argument. Just shows you only react with emotions.

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  2. Anonymous

    Maybe she’ll ‘defoo’ this fool once she is free from his prison.

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    • Gabriel

      Not an argument.

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      • YoMomma

        No… you’re right, it’s not an argument… it’s a fucking hope!

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      • Jon

        This is the kind of cultist BS that Stefan spews. Discard everything that everybody around you says, if they don’t back it up with a full page of sources and data. Discard all peoples opinions that don’t agree with your own, even though your own opinions are only an extension of Stefan’s ramblings.

        He’s a dangerous mind. Do the research yourself. An intellectual person, that all of Stefan’s community claim to be, should be able to research beyond the FDR bubble. There are plenty of observations from well respected minds that show Stefan to be a narcissistic crazy person running a cult.

        Do the research yourself if you’re capable.

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        • Chris

          Jon, if what “everything that everybody around you says” is nothing more than verbal abuse, I’d recommend you not listen to them either. Calling someone a cultist and saying they spew bullshit is nothing that could be responded to. Abuse is an attempt to be recognized and validated. Another example of abuse is referring to Stef and Mike’s work as “ramblings” in an attempt to down play the thought and research they put into their work.

          I guess if you’re not in the group you wouldn’t know how often Stef and the others insist you check the sources and if you have an issue with the information, you get sent to the front of the line in the shows. He cites his sources thoroughly and posts them on a public page.

          If you have evidence of Stef being a crazy narcissistic cult leader, then first, define your terms (what is a cult and a cult leader, narcissism, etc) then cite examples of the Stef or the community acting in such a fashion.

          I’d start with Sargon of Akkad’s video review of The Wrong Way Home, “Cult Behaviour: An Analysis”. But I’m sure you’ll “Discard all peoples opinions that don’t agree with your own.”

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        • Asher

          I keep hearing the word cultist spewed about Stefan. I’ve done my research and I can’t find anything cultist about his audience. His group might be more vocal and logical but that doesn’t make it a cult if they disagree with illogical and unmoral thought.

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    • Anonymous

      Prison? A philosopher like Stefan who wants the most freedom… keeps his child behind bars? He would most likely let his child flourish and become independent when the time is right.

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  3. Anonymous

    This is one strange and creepy-as-fuck website with plenty of misspellings. Some obsessed lunatic is behind this shit, right? A former “inner circle” member perhaps? Or a butt-hurt parent like Keith Cowgill?

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  4. Marie

    She’s definitely not the first to be “peaceful parented”. I know many people who have excellent relationships with their parents, who have never been spanked, forced to partake in religion/extracurricular activities, and grew up in a rational, healthy household. Also, children are not projects. Apprehensions of mistakes in parenting can be resolved if both parties allow it to be. Nobody is perfect. I think holding the standard that your parents should be perfect and shouldn’t make mistakes is just a bad as doing it to your children.

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    • anonymous

      So only atheists are good, healthy parents?

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      • Bernie2020

        Lmao, you doing that thing where someone writes a whole paragraph full of intelligent stuff and then u only focus on one completely irrelevent thing

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  5. Estherica

    I did not know you were a xtian, Stephen! What denomination are you? Isabella looks so cute next to your xmas tree!

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  6. Marty

    Free domain radio is brilliant. The haters hate because they know they cannot win an intellectual argument with stefan without breading down into a leftist emotional outburst tantrum like a petulant child. I wish stefan and his family all the best. Beautiful

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  7. selfadoration

    Molyneux is so blatantly sick! He consistently displays sociophathic tendencies. The default presumption should be that everything he says is, in some unsuspected way, manipulatively deceptive.

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  8. Jon

    This is a fucking cult that they have created. They recommend separating yourself from ALL relationships in your life whether they are good or bad because THEY’RE ALL BAD and don’t worry Stefan will prove that to you.

    “She is the first child to have ever been peacefully parented.” Do you actually believe this nonsense you’re spewing? I don’t even think that Stefan is aware anymore of the damage he is causing. I think he truly believes he’s doing good. Which is terrifying.

    He targets teens and early twenties, age groups who are struggling with individuality and independence and try’s to talk them into severing ties with their families, their “abusive” families.

    When in reality the “abuse” that Stefan refers to is that they don’t share Stefan’s ideas and moral 1-to-1.

    If you buy into this bullshit, get out while you can.

    Stefan is a neckbeard. He was a self-proclaimed sexy man who couldn’t get dates with women because of the relationships he held. So he severed ties with everyone. Does that sound like a sane person? It’s delusional.

    Good luck with your “project child”. I hope for her sake she defoo’s at a very young age.

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    • Seb C.

      Wow I can’t believe all the negativity on here. Jon, you don’t seem to be the most sane person either. You obviously have no idea what it means to have grown up with negative, abusive, neglectful parents and family. Be quiet if you don’t have something proper to say.

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    • Asher

      I think it’s hard to know what it’s like to be in an abusive/manipulative family without experiencing it. It’s not something a young adult just chooses to do one day. They think about it all the time. Getting rid of family is hard for one reason or another and it’s a difficult choice that will change your life. It gives you a sense of individualism, strength, freedom, and many other benefits.

      Your whole “THEY’RE ALL BAD” argument has no legs. When has he ever said all family is bad? Families can sometimes be good and it’s good to have family. But that’s not the case for everyone, which is why there is defoo.org to walk you through if it’s a good idea. Not everyone that thinks about defooing should.

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  9. Fatih

    daughter of our mentor ^_^. but one child is not enough. I know it’s their choice, but I hope they don’t forget the responsibility to save the western culture by making enough babies for future.

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    • Fight me

      “western culture” you mean racism and bigotry?

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  10. Debra

    “She is the first child to have ever been peacefully parented.”

    Really? The first child among all the billions of human beings that have ever lived?

    “Isabella is more than just Stefan’s daughter, she is a project that he hopes will be the final proof that child abuse is the root of all human corruption.”

    I pity her, as no child deserves to be thought of as a “project”.

    I don’t doubt that Stefan was damaged by abuse in childhood. Unfortunately, as an adult he has damaged countless young people with his sickness, and certainly his own daughter as well. And to be clear, I don’t hate Stefan one bit; I pity him. I know he is amazingly gifted, and that just makes his sickness and the hurt it has caused all the more devastating.

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  11. Isaac Gage

    She is such a bundle of joy of you must be the happiest man alive Stefan. I too come from a single mother household and I am adopted. I am only 19 years old, but I know that one day I am going to be a father. Peaceful parenting will certainly be at the forefront of my mind when raising my child(ren). You have made a proselytizer out of me Stefan. For this I am eternally grateful.

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    • Isaac Gage

      How is this even remotely near an argument? “As an adult he has damaged countless young people with his sickness, and certainly his own daughter as well” That sounds pretty misanthropic to me. Is this perhaps projection for damage done to you in your past? Why do you feel the need to disparage and slander Stefan’s efforts?

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    • Looking forward...

      Great! Please come back when you are mature and have experienced being a parent. Maybe then, you will understand all the love, care, resources, time, money, etc, it takes to successfully rear a child, and what unconditional love is. Hopefully, you will also realize that the mistakes you made along the way were not necessarily child abuse. Finally, I truly, truly hope your child never fall for the rotten ideology of moly and his gang

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  12. Isaac Gage

    Most of the people on this thread have no arguments whatsoever. They accuse Stefan of running a cult and being insulated in a bubble and yet show no interest in even engaging in the ideas he puts forth. Very unfortunate that people find joy in tearing other people down. I would highly suggest you people do some serious introspection in order to find your true selves. Launching into incoherent diatribes on a blog dedicated to peaceful, rational parenting doesn’t help your case at all. All the best in your journeys towards self-knowledge. As the wise Socrates once said “Know Thyself”

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