Balenciaga is a luxury fashion house that was founded in 1919 and, since its inception, it was tied with the elite. During the 1960s, the brand’s most enthusiastic clients were elite socialites such as Mona von Bismarck and Pauline de Rothschild (the wife of Baron Philippe de Rothschild).
In the 21st century, Balencia became a “must” in celebrity circles – especially with pawns of the elite. Its list of clients includes the likes of Madonna, Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Garner, Justin Bieber, and Kim Kardashian.
In short, Balenciaga is “by the elite, for the elite”. And, in case you haven’t realized yet, today’s elite is completely obsessed with the sexualization of children. They’re using schools, mass media, and everything in between to normalize their sickness and, slowly but surely, push the boundaries of what is socially acceptable.
Since Balenciaga is part of this mess, the brand could not help but to contribute to this culture that constantly seeks to sexualize children and, even sicker, to actually celebrate their abuse. Why would they even think of doing that? Short answer: A whole lot of them are pedophiles. Even worse, the occult elite engages in the systematic abuse of children for aims that are too evil to even fathom.
It is only by understanding these facts that the following pictures will make complete sense. Through symbolism, Balenciaga celebrates an entire culture – one that is deeply sick, cruel, and horrific.
Highly Symbolic Pictures
The pictures promoting Balenciaga’s “holiday” products are unsettling and, with a deeper analysis of the smaller details, it only gets worse.
The bear is wearing a padlock across its neck, a fishnet top, a harness, and all kinds of straps. Needless to say, this gear is used in hardcore BDSM sex that revolves around pain, submission, and humiliation.
With that being said, why is a child holding this thing?
This stuffed animal represents a literal sex slave, as symbolized by the collar and padlock.
In a BDSM context, a collar is a device of any material worn by a person around the neck to indicate their submissive or slave status in a BDSM relationship.
Collars may be used in role-playing games involving erotic humiliation because they have connotations of control and pet-like status, especially when worn with a leash.
– Wikipedia, Collar (BDSM)
Notice that the definition above mentions “pet-like status, especially when worn with a leash”. Coincidentally enough, there’s an actual leash on the girl’s bed. And I don’t see a dog in sight.
This picture combines kiddie stuff with “adult” objects such as wine and champagne glasses. Also, there are candles inside beer cans. Why are these things inside the girl’s room?
Also, there’s a leash and a dog bowl. In BDSM, submissive slaves drink out of such bowls. Are they implying that the girl drinks out of that bowl? This interpretation would be a “stretch” if there weren’t two toys in full BDSM gear in the same picture.
In short, the entire vibe of the picture is unsettling and full of inuendoes. Somehow, the one below manages to be worse.
First, there’s caution tape on a chair. That kind of tape is usually used at crime scenes. Is this boy’s room a crime scene? Did abuse occur here?
Furthermore, the drawings on the walls would most likely cause child psychologists to be deeply concerned.
In the past, Balenciaga made it a point to associate these stuffed animals with full-on abuse.
The photoshoot above was the work of Gabriele Galimberti, an Italian photographer who is loved by the elite. Because he pushes its agendas.
Speaking of which.
Some Balenciaga pictures do not contain children. However, they contain details that go exactly in the same direction as the pictures above, even confirming our worst fears.
If one zooms into the document at the bottom, one discovers that it is about child porn.
This specific ruling was not chosen by mistake. It fits perfectly the insane child abuse theme of the Balenciaga campaign. Indeed, Ashcroft v. Free Speech Coalition reverses a significant portion of the Child Pornography Prevention Act of 1996.
A provision of the Child Pornography Prevention Act of 1996 (CPPA) (18 USCS 2252A(a)) prohibited the possession or distribution of “child pornography,” which was defined in another CPPA provision (18 USCS 2256(8)(B)) as including any visual depiction that “is, or appears to be, of a minor engaging in sexually explicit conduct.” Thus, 2256(8)(B) banned a range of sexually explicit images, sometimes called “virtual child pornography,” that appeared to depict minors but were produced by means other than using real children, as, for example, computer-generated images and images of adults who looked like minors.
– LexiNesis, Ashcroft v. Free Speech Coalition
The Supreme Court ruled that the ban on “virtual child pornography” violated free speech so it was reversed. In other words, it was a win for the pedos. And that’s why this specific document was in that Balenciaga photo. They want more judicial victories.
Celebrating Insane Artists
The devil is in the details.
Once again, the presence of this book is not random. It perfectly fits the overarching theme. Michael Borremans’ most famous work is titled Fire From the Sun.
In the painting above, we see naked children that are covered in blood and three limbs on the floor. If you look closely, above the limbs, we see a translucent figure crouching above the limbs. Kim Noble, a survivor of trauma-based mind control who paints symbolic images, uses the same imagery to depict the concept of dissociation (used in mind control). In other words, these children are being traumatized and they’re dissociating.
Here’s a description of this series of paintings.
In the most evident terms, Fire From The Sun portrays children aged two or three in various stages of play with fire and what appear to be human limbs, even hair. The children are all light-skinned Sistine-style cherubs, sometimes covered in blood. The children do not appear to be distressed or disturbed (though some viewers at the gallery may be). The drama of the paintings is heightened by their visual connection to each other—and, more broadly, to older works by Borremans. The scene in each painting is composed against a similar beige backdrop. This is a set or a stage, devoid of context, withholding of answers, but suggestive of a director or someone watching.
– Elephant, Michaël Borremans: Fire from the Sun
As the description above stated, this scene takes place on a stage and is suggestive of a “director” watching. This is truly psychopathic. What if these paintings were based on something that happened in reality?
In some of the paintings the children are in the process of disappearing: phantom bodies not quite removed from their gruesome acts. Importantly, Borremans chose to depict children too young to have clear memories. In some fictional future, they might be unreliable carriers of this formative origin story or trauma.
The description above, from an art website, actually refers to the trauma of children – a core concept of Monarch programming.
While the fire and (probable) cannibalism imply some sort of ritual, the works are most chilling as sketches of random violence, causal and instinctual. The depicted characters break with one typecast (angelic) while fitting another (demonic).
Some paintings are completely ritualistic.
I could post pictures all day but I believe you get the picture. Borremans’ work revolves around trauma, abuse, rituals, cannibalism, and a whole lot of naked children being watched by some freak. In other words, this is all about the sickness of the occult elite. And this is why his book was featured in the Balenciaga pic.
Following the controversy around this madness, Balenciaga issued an apology. That was probably part of the plan from the get go. In past years, I documented other major companies releasing ridiculous, pedophilic pictures to then “apologize” (i.e. Zara’s suggestive photoshoot with a child model).
However, that apology is completely worthless. It doesn’t erase the fact that several adults knowingly worked on these pictures while several others approved them. They knew what they were doing. Even if Balenciaga removed all of these pictures, it’s too late. They’re already out there and they know it. The dog whistle was blown.
Balenciaga is a fashion brand “by the elite and for the elite”. They’ve shown their true ugly faces, disseminated their pedophilic culture to the world, and, after some (expected) backlash, they’ve erased everything. Then, mass media rehabilitated them, even going as far as calling those who spotted the insanity conspiracy theorists.
This is not even close to a “conspiracy theory”, it’s truth staring in our faces. The messages in Balenciaga’s campaign are not random and they’re not a mistake: They are fully in line with the sick culture that’s been described on this site for years.
The silver lining in this horrific mess: People are waking up to this crap and calling it out.