In this edition of SPTOM : Agenda-pushing fashion shoots by Steven Klein, Illuminati puppets showing their allegiance and a bunch of other stuff that prove that the industry is simply sick.
Steven Klein is a photographer who worked with stars such as Britney Spears, Madonna and Lady Gaga (he directed the Illuminati-symbolism laden video “Alejandro“) – so you know he is all about the “Agenda”. This photoshoot for V magazine uses Black models on a fiery backdrop that is reminiscent of riots in Ferguson … to sell clothes. Once again, the fashion world exploits pain and suffering in a twisted way and tries to make it fashionable. In this image, a model with a blonde wig holds a mic – a tool of mass media to exploit the riots.
One model in a blond wig pushes an unconscious model with a blond wig while a car is burns in the background. Nothing like juxtaposing the artificial, superficial and dehumanizing fashion world with struggles of real people in the real world.
Black men killed by police officers caused pain, outrage, and racial tensions across America … but OMG! Look at the gorgeous shirt! WAAANT!
One model aggressively points a camera at another model’s face as if saying “Your suffering makes great video footage”. And, although she is basically being exploited, the other model tries to act cool with her cigarette. This is an apt representations of the entertainment industry.
After V Magazine, Steven Klein did a photoshoot for W magazine (magazine with a one-letter name are sooo edgy). This one is all about dehumanization and the promotion of transhumanism using strange lustful images.
Lara Stone (who is blinded by her status of puppet) kisses the knee of her robot overlord. They really want us to think that robots are sexy, fashionable and, most importantly, superior.
Should someone tell that model that this robot is not alive and that it won’t kiss her back? She does not seem to understand the difference between a person and a non-person robot.
The spring issue of V also brought forth another important part of the Illuminati Agenda : Sexualizing children. For this photoshoot, Selena Gomez was arranged to look like a 12 year-old girl modeled topless.
According to Yahoo! News, Selena is “Doe-eyed, wearing juvenile attire, with red hoop earrings and a child-like polka dot hair bow sweetly embedded in her soft curls, an accessory that calls to mind that of Minnie Mouse’s and, thus, Gomez’s Disney connection.” The perfect ‘lolita’ look to excite pervs.
They really did their best to make her look like a pre-teen Mexican girl.
As usual, a bunch of industry pawns did the One-Eye sign in the past weeks. Here’s Willow Smith. She’s been doing this ever since she was about like nine years old. Pretty sad.
After releasing a hit single last year, Katy Tiz got signed with a major label and released her single “Whistle While you Work it”. She is now all about saluting the occult elite.
She does it again.
…and again. She also wears a feline-print glove to let you know that she is also down to promote Kitty Programming. The complete industry pawn package.
Another up-and-coming British artist that is all about the Agenda is Charli XCX. Here, she does the One-Eye sign using a diamond-like stone – the stone used to represent “Presidential Models” in Kitten Programming symbolism.
And yes, she is VERY much about Kitten Programming.
…. Madonna as well.
She is also required to do a subtle One-Eye sign on the cover of Rolling Stone. That’s what you have to do to stay in the business.
Jared Leto celebrated the fact that he stopped looking like Jesus (by getting a haircut and shaving his face) by posting a One-Eye pic.
The Warner Music Brit Party 2015 took place at the Freemasons Hall on February 25 in London. The colorful lights emphasized the Masonic symbolism of the building (the twin pillars and so forth). The entire event highlights the connection between the music industry and the occult elite.
This shirt sold in Brazil caused an uproar because it was basically an invitation to child abuse. The phrase “Vem ni mim que to facim” can be translated to “come at me, I am easy to get”. The shirt was made by a company owned by TV star Luciano Huck. The entertainment world is messed up around the world.