New York Times absurdly claims Balenciaga pedophilia scandal is just another “conspiracy theory” from QAnon



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(Natural News) Following the horrific revelations about “luxury” apparel brand Balenciaga’s child sex abuse fetish, the New York Times went to bat for the company by claiming that those critical of its blatant pedophilia-based advertising campaign are just QAnon-type conspiracy theorists.

Elizabeth Paton, Vanessa Friedman and Jessica Testa, writing for the Times, argue that the only people concerned about Balenciaga’s exploitation of underage children, some of them toddlers, are Tucker Carlson of Fox News, the New York Post and the QAnon crowd, the suggestion being that no “normal” person cares – and neither should you, according to the Times.

The female trio says Carlson and the like “ignited a firestorm that traveled from the internet to Fox News, fueled by allegations that Balenciaga condoned child exploitation.”

“The controversy has become one of the most explicit collisions of internet culture, politics, fashion and conspiracy theories to date,” the Times piece further reads, framing this very serious issue as a non-issue that only far-right “extremists” are calling a problem.

Paton, Friedman and Testa blame Carlson directly for helping “to publicize and mainstream QAnon, the internet conspiracy theory that “a group of Satan-worshiping elites who run a child sex ring are trying to control our politics and media.” (Related: Increasingly more Americans are calling on the Washington, D.C., police force to investigate fake president Joe Biden for his pedophilia problem.)

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Pedophilia is the next perversion they want to normalize under the banner of LGBTQ(P)

In case you missed it, Balenciaga released an ad campaign featuring children and toddlers holding teddy bears dressed in bondage gear and posing in all sorts of creepy and deeply evil scenes that are clearly suggestive of sexual activity with underage minors.

The ads are so grotesque and obscene that we will not link to them here – and for your own sake and conscience, we encourage you not to look any of it up because you cannot unsee these types of things.

Take our word for it that Balenciaga is run by very sick people who are more than likely pedophiles themselves. And they are attempting to normalize their perversions by lacing public ad campaigns with barely esoteric symbolism and in-your-face evil.

The kind of people that run Balenciaga clearly hate innocence. Their apparent goal is to steal and destroy it from children to fuel their own dark energies, which is what the company’s disgusting ad campaign openly depicts.

One of them is named Lotta Volkova, a Russian-born stylist – born in 1984, by the way, the year depicted in George Orwell’s famous novel. Volkova has been with Balenciaga since 2014 and is currently in a relationship with a known pedophile.

“We can’t only boycott Balenciaga but also the people behind it,” someone tweeted about the matter.

The below photo, which is relatively mild compared to the ad campaign in question, depicts Volkova looking like a demon while holding two red-covered babies, as if to depict their being covered in blood:

Volkova’s social media posts are also bizarre and disturbing. One of them depicts Volkova eating what appears to be a chicken drumstick while looking at the camera with overtly Satanic eyes.

“Of course the media will defend this nonsense because they are on the payroll ala Operation Mockingbird,” one commenter wrote.

“I keep saying this because I fear it’s coming but the Left’s goal is to lump pedophilia in with the gay community thus protecting it and all the elites that have abused children.”

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Sources for this article include:

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