The MET Gala is a gathering by the elite, for the elite. The prices set for that event ($35,000 for a ticket, $200,000+ for a table) make sure that no peasant can enter the premises … unless they’re hired to serve the esteemed guests, of course.
As seen in previous articles, the 2018 MET Gala had a religious theme that was described as “satanic”, complete with Madonna conducting a black mass. The 2019 edition was all about “camp” (defined as “love of the unnatural, of artifice and exaggeration”) and featured outfits that celebrated the sick tendencies of the elite.
After being canceled in 2020 due to COVID, the MET Gala picked up where it left off and provided yet another bizarre and grotesque spectacle for the world to witness. While most of the celebrities in attendance spent the last months spamming their social media accounts with posts urging people to wear masks at all times, nearly none of the guests wore masks. Only the help and employees were obligated to wear masks. This visual contrast between the elite and the non-elite was striking, yet representative of their true mindset.
But don’t be fooled. Most of the people who paraded around at the MET Gala are not powerful in any way. They are puppets whose popularity is exploited by those behind the scenes to push their agendas … to then be discarded forever. Here’s a look at the costumes worn at the 2021 MET Gala.
This year’s theme was “In America: An Anthology of Fashion” and featured the works of American fashion designers. While, in general, the outfits were somewhat subdued compared to previous years, the elite’s insanity was nevertheless on full display.
Like previous years, an enormous percentage of the men in attendance – many of them straight – wore dresses. The elite hates masculinity with a passion.
Although the theme of the 2021 MET Gala was “America”, this event actually highlighted the complete disconnection of the occult elite with the “real” people of America. In their bizarre yet highly exclusive circle, these elite pawns paraded around in ridiculous costumes, imbued with an undeserved sense of importance and entitlement. Like in previous years, many guests appeared to be highly uncomfortable and nearly traumatized, as if they know that something awful is happening behind the closed doors of this event.
In short, this event is a perfect reflection of the deceptive ways of the elite: Under the guise of “creativity” hides a culture of extreme submission.
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