The left and media love to mock Qanon people because they believe there’s an elite child pedo ring going on right under our noses. The media and the left say that’s not happening, and call the Qanon folks, “kooks” and “conspiracy theorists” for even suggesting something like that. And then high-end luxury brand Balenciaga comes along and proves the Q folks right, and everyone on the left gets really quiet, and suddenly doesn’t have a lot to say.
So, what happened? Well, in a new ad campaign, Balenciaga used kids in a “sexual” way, promoting S&M for the high-end fashion house. Yes, they used toddlers to send this message. I mean, you can’t even believe how BOLD they were to put this out there. I don’t know why they didn’t expect blow-back, especially at this particular time, when the right is accusing the left of sexualizing children.
The ad is disgusting, and someone should be arrested for “child porn” for this, if you ask me.
Take a look:
the brand “Balenciaga” just did a uh….. interesting… photoshoot for their new products recently which included a very purposely poorly hidden court document about ‘virtual child porn’
normal stuff pic.twitter.com/zjMN5WhZ0s
— shoe (@shoe0nhead) November 21, 2022
Little kids with “bondage teddy bears,” and a document about virtual child porn.
Who does this? I’ll tell you who, sickos and demonic perverts, that’s who.
And who approved this, and are they fired?
So, after the outrage, Balenciaga came out with a silly “apology,” claiming they had no idea this was going on, and someone they hired did this, without their knowledge.
Oh, that’s hilarious. I worked in marketing and PR in Las Vegas, and I know how for a fact how many people an ad campaign has to get approved by and signed off on before it goes to print.
It’s a lot, and that’s not including when the proofs come in, and must be signed off on.
And of course, once it’s printed all the copies sent to top execs.
I mean, this excuse of theirs is so dumb, I can’t even believe they printed it.
Breitbart reported that luxury fashion company Balenciaga issued an apology Tuesday for their recent ad campaign, which used pictures sexualizing children as they posed with teddy bears wearing bondage uniforms.
One of the pictures included a U.S. Supreme Court case, U.S. v. Williams, which criminalized child pornography. The portion shown in the picture cites another Supreme Court case, Ashcroft v. Free Speech Coalition, which made virtual child porn protected speech.
The company has been accused of “normalizing child pornography” by many.
“They are trying to chum up attention by incorporating a Supreme Court child porn pandering case as window dressing,” National Center on Sexual Exploitation general counsel Benjamin Bull said. “It’s connecting child porn with their product.”
The company faced significant backlash, resulting in them removing the pictures and issuing an apology. They have also begun legal action “against the parties responsible for creating the set.”
“We apologize for displaying unsettling documents in our campaign,” the company posted to Instagram.
Update: Balenciaga has now publicly apologized and is “taking legal action” against the creator of their disturbing ad campaign featuring children with teddy bears in bondage gear alongside court documents about the legalization of virtual child sexual abuse. pic.twitter.com/e9IEDYoMne
— Laila Mickelwait (@LailaMickelwait) November 23, 2022
Here’s a closeup of the apology:
The company says some items displayed in the pictures were “unapproved” and that they “strongly condemn abuse of children in any form.”
“We stand for children safety and well-being,” they continued. “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.”
“This is not about them being provocative and getting attention,” Concerned Women for America CEO Penny Nance told Fox News. “The entire campaign sexualizes children, period. It is child exploitation, period. And it feeds and normalizes a culture that is dark and depraved.”
Nicole Kidman is featured in Balenciaga’s spring 2023 collection, while Kim Kardashian and Bella Hadid have been brand ambassadors.
As of this publishing, they’ve also deleted their Twitter account:
Oddly enough, at this publishing, we still haven’t seen any celebrity disavow Balenciaga, for this disgusting child sex abuse.
But boy, these same celebs will come out in .0002 seconds if it’s some random thing involving Trump, won’t they?
These people are all disgusting, weird, perverted pigs.
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