Yesterday, when I was uploading some articles to twatter I noticed that Balenciaga was trending again, right alongside Kanye West.
Interestingly I saw my own tweet trending. I don’t know if twitter just does that for your personalized feed, but it was nice to see.
Balenciaga and Kanye West trending was part of the same story. Kanye West made a video talking about Balenciaga, and how no celebrities were chiming in on this particular issue.
Kanye: We saw Adidas freeze my accounts. We saw me get debanked. This is – and you’d think if that can happen to someone like me, what’s happening to all of America? What’s happening to all of the World?
If you have an opinion and you speak up – there’s so many people they’re working a real job, they know if they say something to their manager they’ll lose their position, they’ll lose their job. You know, they tried to destroy me in the press. They tried to destroy all of my businesses at the same time, and the World saw it, and no one’s saying anything.
You know as far like – none of the celebrities – so this just shows you that all of these celebrities are controlled. You don’t see any of those celebrities talking about the Balenciaga situation. Right so that just shows you. All of these celebrities out here, don’t let them influence you in any way. Because they’re controlled by the people who really influence the world. There’s no such thing as a celebrity influencer.
I mentioned that Kanye West and Elon Musk should talk constantly about Balenciaga in my last piece on them, and I stand by that. It’s not enough to point out that Balenciaga has disturbing CSAM “easter eggs” in their advertising, along with toddlers holding teddy bears with BDSM outfits. On the other side, it’s not enough to point out that Balenciaga dropped Kanye West for sharing his real life experiences getting fucked over by zionists in the music industry, and rage quitting twitter after Musk took over.
You have to point out both of these things together, with the bow on top of the cherry being their CEO winning a Goy of the Decade award from none other than Jonathan Greenblatt of the ADL. This is the morality of the morality police. Child sexual abuse is good and great, and you should do more of it. Being viciously anti-White is also great, do it more. Perverted child tranny stuff, awesome! Oh but giving the peasants free speech, and saying truthful things about nasty zionist Jews? Absolutely terrible, no good, you must be destroyed.
As Kanye West says, there’s no such thing as a celebrity influencer. That’s never been more obvious than today, when everyone who is big on these heavily censored platforms, like Instagram, is allowed to be big only because they have shown themselves to be utterly obsequious.
Celebrities are always on the casting couch. And if they’re not selling their bodies to their owners, they’re selling their owners politics to the masses. Now sure, it’s difficult to justify outright removing an athlete from a position that they have earned, although they did exactly that with Kyrie Irving until he apologized and did precisely that to a four star White college QB prospect for saying “nigga” while singing along to a rap song, but endorsements are another matter entirely. All the house “negroes” in the NFL and NBA who threw Kyrie Irving and Kanye West under the bus know damn well that tens of millions of dollars are riding on their obedience.
And for actors, forget about it. They all “have” the same politics, because they don’t really have them, they just know what the Harvey Weinstein’s of Hollywood want them to say and they say it even without being told. Now, was Harvey Weinstein a celebrity before him being a disgusting rapist was brought to light? Of course not, but these celebrity “influencers,” pushed whatever he wanted them to push, or they didn’t get to work in Hollywood.
Jake Shields is basically what the alt-lite would have been if it wasn’t fake, and he asks a very important question at the bottom of the screencapped tweets that ought to be addressed. Why are so many rich and powerful people into art that depicts children being kidnapped, tortured, and killed?
In part it may be that sociopathy, or even psychopathy, is rewarded in the business world. But mostly I believe these are the people in middle management, or even what the peasants might be confused is upper management. Just like we saw recently with the now former CEO of Disney, Bob Chapek, being forced to step down by the returning CEO (((Bob Iger))), the official position of power is not necessarily the real position of power, although it can still be important. Who better to staff in those positions than fucked up people who are utterly immoral and easy to blackmail? At least, that’s how you would think if you were part of an evil group of people looking to exploit and control another group of people.
BTW, I wasn’t kidding when I said Jake Shields is what the alt-lite should have been. I wrote about him before when he was making some spicy posts during the origin of YeGate, and here he can be seen taking it to the Daddy Trump Syndrome fags who barely exist in real life, but are common online.
But enough of that, we’re here to talk about Balenciaga.
Shields mentions one Lotta Volkovas, who is allegedly the main stylist at Balenciaga. She can be seen below wearing this incredibly stupid outfit.
There are a lot of images people claim to have taken from her Instagram account. Unfortunately she privatized her account, so I can’t find any new images that others haven’t already found.
What I should be able to verify is her involvement with Balenciaga.
As the stylist behind Vetements and Balenciaga, Lotta Volkova epitomizes the cool attitude of both brands.
The above Allure article is from 2016, but it seems to be understood that Lotta Volkova was crucial to the creative direction of Balenciaga behind the scenes. Now that her Instagram is private, let’s see what these internet sleuths found that was so damaging to her reputation.
Okay, a child pricking their finger on a rose, with the pain reflex being sent to their brain. Weird, creepy, but if this is the worst that –
Oh nevermind, my bad. Part of my brain still desperately hoped that this was another QAnon-tier fake news thing that cuckservatives were whining about online. But no, this is entirely grassroots, and entirely real.
The Italian photographer who took the shots of children holding a teddy bear dressed in a BDSM outfit that outraged hundreds of people online says he’s been the target of a ‘lynching’ and had no creative control over the project.
Gabriele Galimberti, who has been featured in National Geographic, The Sunday Times, Stern, Geo, Le Monde, La Repubblica and Marie Claire, addressed the controversy on Instagram Wednesday.
He wrote: ‘Following the hundreds of hate mails and messages I received as a result of the photos I took for the Balenciaga campaign, I feel compelled to make this statement.
‘I am not in a position to comment 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.’
On Thursday, Balenciaga confirmed to DailyMail.com that they were not taking legal action against Galimberti, nor would they be taking legal action against Maggio. Instead, the company will be targeting the creative teams behind both shoots, none of whom are full-time employees.
The photographer responsible for the original shoot complained online that people were assigning responsibility to him that wasn’t deserved. He said that he had zero creative control over the photoshoot. I can easily believe him, especially since some peculiarities of those shots are reflected in Lotta Volkova’s creepy fetishes.
It’s not an accident that these models are holding a BDSM teddy bear. Ms. Volkova likes teddy bears.
And when I say she likes teddy bears, I mean she really likes teddy bears.
But as lovely as teddy bears are by themselves, they’re even better when they’re part of creepy violent sexual fucked up things, from her perspective.
The only thing she likes more than teddy bears is creepy images that involve children, BDSM stuff, crossdressing, and worship of Moloch, the god of child sacrifice.
I wasn’t kidding about the Moloch bit, even if I think it’s more edginess than a serious part of her belief system.
She also appears to have a fetish for very young boys crossdressing, injured, or otherwise perverted in some way.
My read on it is that she’s surrounded by MonkeyPox Enjoyers who want this, but who knows with these people.
After I started writing this article #BalenciagaGroomers started trending independent of Balenciaga, and for good reason. This is after all, a story so insane that I almost can’t believe that it happened, but it did.