In this edition of SPOTM: Millie Bobby Brown, Greta Thunberg, a “drag kid” and Netflix doing its best to put the one-eye sign in our faces.
The 16-year-old Swedish girl Greta Thunberg is currently (as media puts it) “one of the hottest names in global politics”. Since 2018, the self-declared autist has been constantly making headlines for her speeches and protests about climate change. Here, Thunberg is on the cover of i-D magazine. One of her eyes is hidden with a token saying “Save our Climate”. That one-eye sign is an indication that she is being used by the elite.
In another pic, the shadow of an unidentified hand hides one of Greta’s eyes. That is how you drive a point home. But why would this girl be used by the elite?
This headline sums it all. They want people to panic, especially young people. Panic leads to people submitting to the elite’s will. Here, Greta speaks at the World Economic Forum – one of the global elite’s meeting places.
“Drag Kid” Desmond is Amazing is another young person on the autism spectrum that is being plastered all over mass media. As explained in my article about him, the 11-year-old drag kid was filmed dancing in a gay bar as patrons threw him dollar bills. Desmond was recently recruited by Converse to promote a new line of “LGBTQ+-friendly” shoes.
This is exploitative of everyone involved.
The Instagram account of The New Yorker Photography contains lots of strange pictures. This one features a naked man in drag holding a naked baby. The comments on the pic were disabled because 99% of them were about the baby’s terrified look and people wondering what the guy was holding in his hand.
As usual, there were tons of one-eye signs all over mass media this month. To make sure the masses get exposed to these signs, they are often prominently displayed on the cover of magazines and right on the promotional posters of movies and TV series.
I cannot even count the number of Netflix promotional posters featuring the one-eye sign. Netflix wants you to know that it is owned by the occult elite. However, this poster promoting the series Lucifer is the most blatant one ever. The series focuses on Lucifer Morningstar who rebels against his father (God) and abandons his kingdom for Los Angeles, where he ends up running his nightclub “Lux”. He then becomes a consultant to the LAPD. In short, the series is about making Lucifer cool and sympathetic to viewers. In the poster, Lucifer hides one eye of a woman – not unlike how the Luciferian elite partially blinds the world by brainwashing it.
Netflix even needs to show this sign when promoting a show about … baking cakes.
This is the cover of Vogue Ukraine. Ironically, the words “non-conformist” are written in big letters. Doing the one-eye sign is the definition of conformity.
This is the cover of Vogue Netherlands. Maybe someone should tell the model that’s not how one reads a book. Interesting fact: The model holds the French novel Viviane Élisabeth Fauville which is about a woman with multiple personalities who killed her psychoanalyst. In other words: MKULTRA.
This is the cover of Glamour magazine featuring Stranger Things star Millie Bobbie Brown. Seeing her going deeper into the belly of the Hollywood beast is not fun to watch.
Another one-eyed pic for Millie to make sure you understand that she is now owned by the occult elite.
The cover of Country Town & House. Yes, even that magazine.
This is an ad for Purbeck Art Weeks. Art NEEDS to be associated with this Illuminati Mind Control garbage. In previous SPOTM articles, I posted several other promo posters of art-related events and festivals around the world.
Country singer Reid Perry posted this pic on Instagram with the caption “join the cult”. Wow.
Here’s a weird observation: Nearly every news article about a person with a bionic arm features a prominent OK one-eye sign.
I’m not kidding.
Nearly every one of them is told to do this for the camera.
Can’t they do anything else with that arm?
I’m sure they can do other stuff.
Is it because these arms are in line with the elite’s transhumanist agenda?
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