Top luxury fashion brand Balenciaga is caught up in a genuine child sex scandal while celebrities who endorsed the company are back peddling. In some of the ads, young children, appearing to be no older than 6 years old, hold stuffed teddy bears and are dressed in leather bondage gear, including fishnet tights and chains used in BDSM. The person responsible is an artist who is fascinated with Satanism, child abuse, cannibalism, and violence. Why is there a trend within society to normalize the sexualization of children? Tonight on Ground Zero, Clyde Lewis talks with film producer and child advocate, John Paul Rice about SEX AND THE KIDDIES – TALK BABY TO ME.
For something to be a “new” normal, it must reach some measure of consensual normalcy. What is normalcy? Many people believe it is whatever sits at the middle of the proverbial “bell curve,” or “majority.”
Is this true?
People, it seems, equate “normal” with “what most people are doing.”
If so and so is doing it then it must be normal and okay.
There is no question that we are not living in a normal world.
I am afraid to say now, that in our culture, being normal means, you are doing what most everyone else is doing or thinking because for some reason some people have lost their moral compass and there are people in charge of the narrative that are keeping it so out of normal that you would think an alien is writing the script.
Call it a conspiracy all you want, but there is a very dark, heavy agenda at play and this time it got caught.
Disney has been in trouble lately. After the company adopted an aggressive pro-LGBT ideology and began installing it in products for children, unhappy parents canceled subscriptions, movie attendance collapsed and its stock plunged. There was also controversy when a Disney property called Little Demin aired about a young girl that is a product of a rape by Satan –Disney jokes “talk about daddy issues!”
Now there is a promo for the Santa Clauses that out of context send a hellish message.
The new series appears on Disney+ that reboots the earlier “Santa Clause” feature films by Tim Allen.
There is a scene in one of the trailers of kids holding up letters that spell out “We Love You Satan” and this is not sitting well with parents.
Defenders of the series claim the scene where children are holding the letters which spell out ‘We Love You Satan’ is supposed to say ‘We Love You Santa’ and is just one of the many comedic scenes in the movies but parents aren’t laughing.
Conservative parents questioned whether “creating series which indoctrinate children to love Satan is helping the company sell subscriptions.”
Well, I highly doubt it and of course, I get the joke — but is the joke really all that funny with all of the horrible things happening to children today?
Things are piling up that are certainly alarming such as:
The gender confusion indoctrination.
The virus fear indoctrination and subjecting children to needless vaccines.
The climate fear indoctrination, manipulation & guilt-bashing, and the fear it gives children who fear they have no future and resent their parents over it.
There is that nonsense that we have ‘be kind’ at all costs indoctrination…
And the ‘fear to stand against the norm, however, messed up it is because the herd will leap on you like an angry pack of pre-programmed hyenas & you’ll deserve everything that’s coming to you’ indoctrination.
Oh, we can stand against cyberbullying because it harms the children, but bullying by the government is permitted and so is the exploitation of the children the government claim to protect.
It’s all coming into schools for a reason. . It’s not even covert or insidious anymore.
They have drag queens looking like plastic sex dolls reading stories to 4-year-olds and parents who are too ‘kind and liberal’ to say get the hell away from my child.
They have teachers regurgitating government fear-porn about Climate Change to children because ‘it’s just what’s on the curriculum.’
Top luxury fashion brand Balenciaga has gotten caught up in a very real child sex scandal and the person responsible is an artist who has a fascination with Satanism, Child abuse, cannibalism and violence.
In the ad, young children — appearing to be no older than 6 years old — hold stuffed teddy bears that are dressed in leather bondage gear, including fishnet tights and chains used in BDSM (bondage, discipline/dominance, submission, and sadomasochism).
The scandal was reported all over the internet and was a topic well covered by FOX news Tucker Carlson. The outrage of course has been limited mostly to the internet and now the company Balenciaga was forced to make an apology for the ad campaign.
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, Balenciaga 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.
The big mystery is who is responsible for these satanic and exploitative images?
People are pointing fingers and throwing people under the bus but all points lead to Lotta Volkova.
Lotta Volkova, Balenciaga’s senior stylist, was once declared by W magazine “the coolest stylist in the industry.” Is behind the ad campaign.
The fashion house tried to blame the photographers for the child sex controversy, but it seems clear that the real fault is with Volkova, who has been working closely with the head of Balenciaga since his days as the founder of the brand.
She is also an Adidas designer.
There is also some connection to the Simons assisted Suicide commercial that has aired in Canada. Simons is a major Canadian fashion and home decor retailer. It released a three-minute film exploring the planned assisted suicide of Jennyfer, a sick Canadian woman(who has since killed herself.
Peter Simons, the CEO, said the short film discloses the heart of the company’s values and was made to help build “human connection” and encourage people to be moral, and to “help build the communities we want to live in tomorrow, and leave to our children.”
When I played the ad on my show last night I had no idea that it was an ad to sell clothing and use the suicide of a young woman to do it.
Now we see that Children are also part of this type of Satanic exploitation.
Lotta Volkova’s art includes a woman in blood hiding two bloody children in her arms– a Satanic ritual featuring Satanic symbols and a leather-clad demon torturing a woman– there is also a child holding a skull, with runes surrounding the picture. There is also a picture of what looks like a room where a murder scene took place.
All pictures are jarring — and it makes you wonder why these major companies hired this woman to create their ad campaign.
Volkova has been hired by Vogue, Chanel, and Jean Paul Gaultier. and is friends with Alleged Pedophile Gosha Rubchinskiy.
Rubchinskiy, a Russian streetwear designer, allegedly pressured a 16-year-old boy to send nudes of himself. The trio seems to be a tight-knit group and is even credited as the “inventors” of the post-Soviet style fashion.
The Russian-born fashion consultant has made her Instagram account private after her posts depicting child abuse, gore, and sexualized teddy bears resurfaced.
Before Volkova made her Instagram private, her page included images of people in bondage gear and rabbits – both of which were found in Balenciaga’s campaigns. Some users believe the white rabbit is the symbol of adrenochrome’s chemical structure, a chemical compound created by the oxidation of adrenaline.
In one photo, Volkova is seen wearing a band shirt of “Cannibal Corpse” at a church. In another painting she shares, there’s a monstrous bear in the process of consuming a girl. A third image features a creepy, dark, moldy room with a goat head on an upside-down pentagram.
Her theme is always kids in some kind of distress or something sinister. It makes one wonder.
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.
One document in the pictures shows that it is a paper written about Child Porn laws. One, in particular, is Ashcroft v. Free Speech Coalition reverses a significant portion of the Child Pornography Prevention Act of 1996.
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 pedophiles. And that’s why this specific document was in that Balenciaga photo. They want more judicial victories.
Balenciaga issued a statement on social media following the controversy. “We apologize for displaying unsettling documents in our campaign,” Balenciaga wrote on Instagram. “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.” They added, “We strongly condemn the abuse of children in any form. We stand for children’s safety and well-being.”
While these findings are alarming, Volkova states that she hasn’t been involved with Balenciaga since 2017. As reported by Newsweek, one spokesperson for Volkova said she “has not worked with Balenciaga or its team since 2017, and she has in no way participated in the brand’s recent Instagram or advertising campaigns.” They added that Volkova “condemns the abuse of children in any form.”
Demna has also addressed the controversies, writing, “We sincerely apologize for any offense our Holiday Campaign may have caused. Our plush bear bags should not have been featured with children in this campaign. We have immediately removed the campaign from all platforms.” Still, the stylist and Demna have yet to address the odd similarities between Balenciaga’s recent campaigns and Volkova’s taste in “art.”
With all of these disturbing images resurfacing, it makes sense why people believe that Volkova and Demna are to blame for Balenciaga’s unsettling advertisements. Surprisingly, Balenciaga has decided to file a lawsuit against the production company that’s apparently responsible for the ad campaign.
When I hear of this type of exploitation it reminds me of the discussion we had about the Disney Property Little Demon — an animated series about a young girl who is the product of a rape by Satan and how she has daddy issues.
I was speculating that the new Satanic Panic is warranted because now they are exploiting Satanic imagery and abusive themes using children as the subject making them the bait for grooming and abuse.
Kids being dressed up in whatever colors are in keeping with the latest propaganda push. Doesn’t matter what you or they think, as long as it’s in keeping with the new normal.
Has the New normal ever been louder? Has going against it ever been less popular? Have we ever been more mindlessly obedient and afraid to question authority?
And if so, where did we learn that?
I often wonder what it will take for this to end. To cause the snap.
Will it be when someone’s child allows themselves to be raped because they didn’t want to offend? Particularly if the perpetrator happened to be from a fashionable minority group? Or élite class that loves campaigns that show children in bondage ads?
The question is ‘why would they do that?’
Like there’s anything kind about what’s quietly happening to our children whilst we continue to act out our Oscar-worthy performances of ‘everything’s normal here on planet Earth.
We pretend it is just — just well.. normal.
Every. Single. Day.
It is just getting painfully weird. Not funny weird but evil weird.
It’s all been planned for such an eerie length of time. The effort that’s been put into it beyond comprehension. Which feeds right into the hands of the, ‘Oh come on… Really?’ groupthink.
Like it could not possibly be that sinister. Surely it’s ‘just’ coincidence after coincidence. Or whatever they said on the news.
Look how they utilized our herd mentality against us. Knowing we’d rather lose our freedoms and integrity than our social status. What a test run to see what they can get away with before we make a stand.
They played us for fools. And now, on behalf of our children, they’ve mind-numbed us into what appears to be a total dissolution of what was an already alarmingly weak line in the sand.
Hijacking our compassion with an endless stream of Trojan horses for us to jump all over whenever they flick the switch. Laughing at us whilst we literally cheer on our own demise, in our blind eagerness to ‘do the right thing” and not offend anyone that may be weird, or strange, or people that eat others, drink their blood, and groom the kids.
People have warned for a long time they’re coming for the kids. Now they’ve quite clearly arrived and we are in their way– and we need to keep it that way.
They’re worming their vicious, poisonous tendrils into the minds of our children. Because when they have their minds, they have everything.
SHOW GUEST: JOHN PAUL RICE
John Paul Rice began his film career in Georgia working on Jerry Bruckheimer’s Remember The Titans starring Denzel Washington and We Were Soldiers, starring Mel Gibson.
In 2001, John landed a position at the Los Angeles film finance, sales and production company Senator International, a US division of Senator Films in Germany (which later became Mandate Pictures) led by industry veteran Joseph Drake, executive producer of The Hunger Games, Juno, The Grudge, Harold and Kumar, 30 Days of Night, Stranger Than Fiction among 30+ other films. Under Joe’s leadership, John developed an interest in producing independent feature films.
In 2008, Mr. Rice formed No Restrictions Entertainment with Latino filmmaker, Edgar Michael Bravo. Over the past 12 years the duo has produced 7 compelling independent films; One Hour Fantasy Girl, The Magic Stone, Memories of a Lost Love, Mark’s Secret to Eternal Life, A Nice Quiet Life, A Child’s Voice, and most recently, Game Day – a story for today’s world about a dysfunctional family that fights passionately among themselves but never gives up on each other.
All 7 of No Restrictions’ films tell bold, authentic, real-life stories of survival in the face of uncertainty with hope and love for a better world.
In addition to his background in filmmaking, banking, entrepreneurship, and technology, Mr. Rice’s continued healing and learning from trauma experienced in childhood inspired him to find creative and compassionate solutions for a new paradigm of Truth, Authenticity, Love and Forgiveness.