Mind bender gender ideology: cultural harbingers pushing pedophilia
Another trial balloon?
Most people cannot bear to acknowledge evil. They cannot accept that there are people different from us—people who actually take pleasure in injuring and dominating, the way we might take pleasure from a genuine hug.
Balenciaga brand takes a hit over pedophilia campaign
Dec 06, 2022
The popular fashion brand Balenciaga was publicly challenged over their shocking new campaigns. The controversy began when Balenciaga published a campaign named “Balenciaga Gift Shop” that included six children clutching destroyed teddy bear bags that had bondage outfits, fishnets and harnesses.
Balenciaga is owned by Kering, a French luxury conglomerate that also owns popular brands like Saint Laurent and Gucci, formerly the faces of problematic campaigns.
Expert reacts to Balenciaga's pedophilia “Trial Balloon”
This isn’t just about calling out Balenciaga’s grotesque content — it’s about uncovering a broader push to sexualize and exploit our children. 00:58 secs
Public outrage flushes the swamp
Meanwhile, Gabriele Galimberti, the photographer behind the holiday campaign, released a statement distancing himself from the imagery. “I am not in a position to comment on Balenciaga’s choices, but I must stress that I was not entitled in whatsoever manner to neither chose the products, nor the models, nor the combination of the same,” he wrote. “As a photographer, I was only and solely requested to lit the given scene, and take the shots according to my signature style.”
On November 22, the fashion house issued two statements via its Instagram Stories apologizing for the plush bears, which they said “should not have been featured with children in this campaign,” as well as the “unsettling documents” in the separate spring/summer campaign: “We take this matter very seriously and are taking legal action against the parties responsible for creating the set and including unapproved items for our spring 23 campaign photoshoot. We strongly condemn abuse of children in any form. We stand for children’s safety and well-being.”
CEO Of Balenciaga's parent company owns site selling child sex mannequins with erect penises on their face and open cavities
CEO of Balenciaga's Parent Company, Kering, owns an auction website where disturbing child sex mannequins are sold at exorbitant prices.
Advocates for pedophilia now laundered into demurely neutral ‘Minor Attracted Persons’ (MAPs) are keen stakeholders in the queering movement. They aim first to cast off societally imposed shame for their paraphilia [sexual perversion], and then to achieve the freedom to act on it without censure or legal consequence.
I suggest dark agendas are being pushed to the surface for a higher purpose, for us to acknowledge evil so that age old cycles of unawareness end, followed by solidarity and meaningful actions that expose and thwart long-standing conspiracies to demonize, transhumanize, and enslave man world-wide.
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