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Are All High End Fashion Brands FRONTS for Human Trafficking?

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posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 08:51 AM
I just finished watching a 5:56 Reese Report about the Balenciaga issue.

(I had to pause the video numerous times to process what was being said and the disturbing visuals.)

I was struck by the comments about the scandal that Greg Reese featured in his report.

Here are two screenshots showing the question asked which I think is an excellent question:

posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 09:21 AM
Yes. And all Blue Chip Chelsea and London art galleries are actually fronts for importing heroin as well.

Both industries are unregulated and 100% controlled by the satanic pedomonster NWO Globalists that have been running this planet since the last great apocalypse reset from about 12,000 years ago.

posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 09:30 AM
Now here is my question...

You say 12,000 years ago an apocalyptic reset. Was it a natural catastrophe as we are told, or were there advanced humans who caused a reset as some think is happening today?

posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 09:31 AM
a reply to: DevotedResearcher

I guess they serve as distributor and advertisers, the recruiting and conditioning is probably done by kids modelling agencies...

Check out Rachel chandler, to get a lead into the rabbit hole... (C)hild(handler) can't make that shizz up
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posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 09:32 AM
a reply to: theatreboy

the cycle is natural, the selection is not...

posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 09:43 AM
a reply to: DevotedResearcher

It can all be summed up in just three words. "Power of Advertising."

Advertising has the power to establish awareness, the power to set the agenda, the power to suggest as well as influence, the power to convey new information in addition to the power to persuade. Advertising has short-term power (sharing new information, building awareness, enhancing credibility, etc.) and long-term power (sharing brand image, attaching emotional values to the brand, building positive reputation, etc.).

Advertising has been said to be the most powerful, persuasive as well as manipulative tool which firms have in order to control consumers all over the world. It is a type of communication which typically attempts to persuade potential customers to buy or to consume more of a specific brand of product or service.

Its impact on the society through the years has been amazing, particularly in this technology age. Influencing people’s habits, creating false needs, misrepresenting the values and priorities of our society with sexism as well as feminism, advertising has developed into a poison snake ready to hunt his prey. However, conversely, advertising has had a positive effect to help the economy and society.
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They have no power if we don't buy what they are selling.

The internet has made a lot of malcontents that buy into the idea that they are helpless. That they can't succeed in changing our own future. That someone is going to show up on a white horse, and bring peace and prosperity to the land.

The problem with that is that they did not read, the rest of the story.

posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 09:47 AM
The fashion industry plays a role for sure, but how...not sure yet.

Child slavery, labor has been an issue for decades

The runway is a strange place, a mix of theatre, celebrity, aristocracy, so much money. And a woman named Anna Wintour has controlled "the look" in fashion for decades. She is very powerful.

Fashion on the runway is one-off. Buyers customize and pay big, big bucks...these are people, women, wives of the rich and powerful. Now that I am older, I'm thinking laundering is happening.

We know Wexner, who had dealings w Epstein, owned Victorias Secret and that, well, that was used to develop pavlovian reflexes in men while degrading women. Models have spoken out about the prostitution, sleeping with bosses, etc.

I believe there's something there but it is still hidden.

posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 10:02 AM
a reply to: GopiGrl


Simple, what other business have a legitimate reason to move considerable amounts of people around the world ? It's their goods, and it won't raise too many questions.

chandler family is involved big time in shipping too, what a convenient coincidence...

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posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 10:47 AM
a reply to: DevotedResearcher

On Friday, November 25, Balenciaga brought a $25 million lawsuit against North Six for being responsible for the spring ad featuring the Supreme Court documents, but not against the photographer, Chris Maggio. Balenciaga called the inclusion of the document in the ad “malevolent or, at the very least, extraordinarily reckless.”

A rep for North Six told the New York Post that the company had no creative control over the content of the ad. Chris Maggio has not made a statement. Gabriele Galimberti, who shot the teddy bear ad but had no involvement with the spring campaign, said in a statement on Instagram that he too was given no control over the creative content of his shoot, other than details like lighting and framing. The content — pairing child models with the teddy bear bag — had already been decided before he was hired, he said.

Rania Sedhom, a lawyer who specializes in working with fashion brands, said the lawsuit is just as bizarre as the rest of this controversy.

“Balenciaga’s lawsuit against North Six begs several questions,” Sedhom said. “Who created the mood board for the photoshoot? Was a Balenciaga representative onsite during the photoshoot? How many Balenciaga employees approved the final ads?”

Nobody can decide who should be scapegoated for this debacle.

posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 11:20 AM
a reply to: DevotedResearcher

I have always abhorred named brands/designer labels.
My husband would tell me to please go ahead and buy myself a nice purse.
I refused because I think almost all of them are UGLY and outrageously overpriced.

For many years I carried a diaper bag as a purse. (It didn’t look like a diaper bag)
And you wouldn’t believe the amount of women that stopped me on the street because they had to know where I got it. And I would tell them, it’s a diaper bag, and the look of horror would flood their faces and I would laugh.
It happened so many times. One lady in Seattle said “you mustn’t be from around here”. I said nope and she literally wanted to be my friend. That is the kind of world we live in.

Back to the designer names, YES totally agree with the OP. Just look at the history of some of these place, Versace, or go lower and look at Guess. Remember Guess using young teens for their advertisement?

SICK SICK SICK. Don’t be a billboard for these places!

posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 11:40 AM
a reply to: TzarChasm

Please provide your link for your outside quote.

posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 11:45 AM
a reply to: JAGStorm

I love it!

I remember when I was a teenager and young adult (a long time ago), I wondered to myself, "What's all this fuss about clothes?"

posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 11:47 AM
Since this is grabbing a lot of attention right now, it would be good if they went past the surface.

Balenciaga is under fire for their connection with child abuse and child porn. Over the years this is something that comes to the surface, gets its 15 minutes of outrage and goes back to where it lives, breeds, and grows.

I don't think the average person shops at Balenciaga. But the average person shops daily, weekly, or monthly, purchasing items and products from mega companies that have done massive harm to our planet, and to those living creatures on this planet.

Balenciaga should be stopped in its tracks, right along with all the others that bring harm for the sole purpose of profit.

I am not even suggesting that this is something that will be easy to do for most people. Very few people research the history of the products they buy. Even if they do trip up on some negative information about the products, unless it affects them directly, they are not very likely to make a change, especially if it means giving up a comfort or something favored. In light of the information shared with the world about our contamination of whole towns due to our excessive use of electronics and cell phones, it would have been expected that changes would have been made to the industry to curtail the damage. Nope, it increased the harmful manufacturing of such items, and the damage has now been spread out to even more countries poor town and villages.

We are human and generally good people, but we are human, and primarily, fundamentally, and basically self centered. I don't see many people going backwards. The push and the rush towards a techno controlled future, will not be stopped or even slowed down. We know exactly what is going to happen, but the majority will still stand in line to sell their soul to the devil.

It is what it is, and it has been foretold.

posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 11:51 AM
Greg Reese mentions Russian stylist Lotta Volkova in the video.

He lists the corporations Vogue, Adidas, Balenciaga, Chanel, and Jean Paul Gaultier that she's worked for.

I suppose investigating who owns each of them, and what else they own, could shed some light on the question at hand.

posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 12:00 PM
a reply to: JAGStorm

I so agree. I am that person that is always looking for the best product for the least amount of money, when it comes to big businesses. I refuse to purchase any clothing that has someone else's name visible.

I am willing to pay more for Ma and Pa businesses, for all the obvious reasons. Especially when it is in its infancy or I know the person.

I am just cheap I guess.

posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 12:03 PM
a reply to: DevotedResearcher

There's a thread right here on ATS purporting Wayfair to be a vehicle of human trafficking.

posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 02:44 PM

originally posted by: NightSkyeB4Dawn
a reply to: JAGStorm

I refuse to purchase any clothing that has someone else's name visible.

That is a thought. The psychological lure of feeling like a star—someone admired, beautiful, desired . . .

I can see how high fashion brand names and the entire world associated with them could trap people.

posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 03:27 PM
a reply to: DevotedResearcher

VIGILANT REPORTSThere’s Something Terribly Wrong With Balenciaga and the Rabbit Hole Goes Deep

This picture combines kiddie stuff with “adult” objects such as wine and champagne glasses. Also, there are candles inside beer cans. Why are these things inside the girl’s room?
Also, there’s a leash and a dog bowl. In BDSM, submissive slaves drink out of such bowls. Are they implying that the girl drinks out of that bowl? This interpretation would be a “stretch” if there weren’t two toys in full BDSM gear in the same picture.

In short, the entire vibe of the picture is unsettling and full of inuendoes. Somehow, the one below manages to be worse.
Everything about this picture screams out “abuse”.

First, there’s caution tape on a chair. That kind of tape is usually used at crime scenes. Is this boy’s room a crime scene? Did abuse occur here?

Furthermore, the drawings on the walls would most likely cause child psychologists to be deeply concerned.

Pedo Documents
Some Balenciaga pictures do not contain children. However, they contain details that go exactly in the same direction as the pictures above, even confirming our worst fears.

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posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 03:29 PM
It is certainly possible. I know a number of modeling agencies have been accused of human trafficking. I do know high end fashion brands are fronts for slave labor and human exploitation. Which is why I always buys clothes second hand now.

posted on Nov, 30 2022 @ 03:39 PM
a reply to: infolurker

Thanks for your post. I like that website The Vigilant Citizen.

Apparently "BDSM" stands for Bondage ~ Discipline/Dominance ~ Submission/Sadism ~ Masochism (I had to do a search).

VERY thought-provoking post.

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