IN GOD WE TRUST

The Ugly Truth Behind High Fashion

 

"The devil wears Prada" takes on a new meaning these days. Hollywood and the elite have been trying to sell us their lies for decades now- and they've finally said the quiet part out loud.

Prominent luxury fashion brand Balenciaga has received heavy backlash for a recent campaign in which they featured children with teddy bears clad in what can only be described as bondage gear. If you haven't seen the photos, we'll attach some below, with the minors' faces blurred for their protection. 

 

 

As you can see, it doesn't take much digging to plainly see that these images should have never been taken. The empty wine glasses paired with BDSM paraphernalia is anything but high fashion- This is inappropriate fetishizing of innocent children.

Outrage ensued, and Balenciaga issued a brief statement claiming they "strongly condemn child abuse," going on to say, "..it was never our intent to include it in the narrative". This statement might have been sufficient for some, but not for online sleuths who chose to dig deeper. Many found details that appear to be outright satanic. Here's where it gets disturbing.  

 

We are now looking at an image that was plastered on the company's home page during this controversy. An image in which there are meticulously placed documents, not-so-hidden by the product being advertised. If we zoom into the document towards the bottom of this photo, you can see it is from the 2008 Supreme Court ruling, United States vs. Williams. In this case, the court was tasked with deciding whether the "pandering" (promoting) of child pornography violated the First Amendment right to freedom of speech. The petition was launched by sex offender Michael Williams, who told an undercover secret service agent he had sexually explicit photos of his daughter, a minor. Thankfully, the court held up the 2003 laws and this was deemed unlawful. 

 

What on earth does this have to do with high fashion? Absolutely nothing. And everything. The brand claimed the props were randomly chosen by a third party production company. Do you think this was an accident? Here are a couple more details we want to focus on: 

 

Starting on the left of the above image, you can see a few dates written on the wall. The first date written is "12.09.2021". The top news story of the day back on December 9th of 2021 was former TV star Josh Duggar being found guilty of the possession of child sexual abuse imagery, among other related charges. Another date we see is February 3rd, 2019, a day on which a popular news story was that of an Arkansas man being sentenced to jail time for similar charges. Coincidence, though, right?  

 

 
Moving to the right, we can clearly see a roll of caution style tape featuring the brand's name. On the roll, the tape is cut off and overlapping the letters behind it, making the spelling appear as "Baalenciaga", rather than "Balenciaga". Here's why that is important: "Baal enci aga" translated from latin to english reads, "Baal is the king". Baal was the name of the horned ancient Canaanite god, to whom children were sacrificed- usually the first-born child of the sacrificer. These children were ritualistically incinerated alive. One of his titles was "Baal-zebub".In that same previous campaign image, we also see a black hooded robe placed on the ground, a well-known reference to the occult, and an additional drawing of the devil hung by one of the shelves, made to look as though drawn by the photographed child.

Food for further thought: the CEO of Balenciaga's parent company also owns a site that is known for selling mannequins of children with horribly sexual and graphic additions. We will not be attaching photos because it is far too graphic, so research this topic at your own discretion. The parent company in question also owns Gucci, Saint Laurent, Bottega Veneta, Alexander McQueen, and more. This issue runs deep in the world of high fashion and the elite.

When you type these issues into a search bar, you are met with a Google-generated warning urging you to "check your sources" and question whether or not they are "trusted on this topic". This is paired with headlines suggesting any accusations against the famed fashion brand are fueled by nonsense QAnon conspiracy theorists, and should be treated as just that. 

Our take? This was no accident. The sexualization of our children has been on the agenda of major corporations for decades. Part of our calling as Christians is to speak up for those who don't have a voice of their own, and the most voiceless of these times is our children. Over 800,000 children go missing each year. Human trafficking is a billion dollar industry. The pornography industry is large part to blame for this epidemic. Do not let "scandals" such as these be left in the dust of yesterday's news. Hold corporations accountable for their not-so-secret secrets. Research the brands you are purchasing from. Pray for our world.

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Keep fighting for our children and speaking up for those who cannot speak.

5 Responses

Benjamin Beuving

Benjamin Beuving

December 07, 2022

Tough to read but the truth must be know. I will be trying to share this with as many people as I can. Thank you for all your efforts.

Lori

Lori

December 07, 2022

Thank y’all for being on the front lines and keeping us informed on what is happening and what we can do to help. We support you!!!

Kimi

Kimi

December 07, 2022

I also feel, though I can’t find enough evidence to say with 100% certainty, that the way they have the wine classes, plates, cups, and other items arranged in all the photos has something to do with the way the Hebrew table was set up with the showbread and other items used in worship to God. It’s all too neatly and carefully set in such a way. It’s certainly a perversion of what it should be, but there are so many deliberate symbols in the ad campaign, I strongly feel that the way they set up the table ware and Balenciaga items was for a specifically twisted, evil purpose.

There is no way we can look at these images and not feel deeply disturbed.

Kimi

Kimi

December 07, 2022

Also to be noted, look into the Hebrew numeral for 6. It looks just like the sideways symbol on the front of a Monster Energy drink can. There are three of these symbols in a row on the front of the can, which would seem to indicate that Monster Energy has 666 on it. I noted two Monster Energy drink-looking props in the Balenciaga photos in this article, with the company name in the same font as on the energy drink can. Looks like they are suggesting they are monsters and associated with the devil and the mark of the beast (both Monster Energy and Balenciaga). In other words, wholly evil.

Katie

Katie

December 07, 2022

Wow!!! What a powerfully written article. I have been following this story-but article spells everything out so clearly. Thank you for that. It is absolutely sickening what is happening in our world. As a mother with 4 young children, I feel especially outraged.
I recently received my first order from Hope Outfitters. I wear these shirts proudly!!!! It is like proclaiming to the world what I believe (and what is right and true). It is a way for me to stand for truth and righteousness, just by wearing a shirt. I love it when I catch people looking. I’m sure some people think I’m strange, but I have gotten praise as well. And bonus, that I know this company is fighting for good. Thank you for your work. I stand with you!!

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