Balenciaga Executive Ousted as a Satanic Pedophile – Media Blackout

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Balenciaga executive ousted as satanic pedophile

One of Balenciaga’s top executives has been ousted as prolific pedophile who openly worships Satan, according to investigators.

The social media of Balenciaga’s senior stylist Lotta Volkova reveals a disturbing predilection for sadistic imagery involving child rape, witchcraft and Satanism.

Infowars.com reports: Balenciaga came under fire last week after releasing a grotesque ad campaign featuring young children holding teddy bears wearing bondage gear.

One photo even showed a printout of a Supreme Court case that ruled over the constitutionality of a law prohibiting the pandering of child pornography.

But what does Volkova have to do with the Balenciaga scandal?

It turns out, Volkova has worked with Chris Maggio, the photographer who took the pictures featuring the Supreme Court child pornography ruling, for Double Magazine.

Volkova’s dark style is not too far off from the Balenciaga bondage teddy bears, judging from her social media content.

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A recurring theme in her photos is the depiction of children in distress or suffering and their interfacing with demonic forces.

Volkova invokes Moloch in this photo, referring to the ancient Canaanite god who thrived on child sacrifice.

Others feature more straightforward BDSM and Satanic themes, with one image she posted in 2017 simply saying, “Devil worshippers perform gruesome rituals in forests.”

Volkova’s influence in the fashion world is made apparent in a couple ways.

For example, well-known fashion designer Marc Jacobs praised one of Volkova’s weird photos of a child with a big grin laying down.

Volkova claimed this fetish-themed photoshoot was a collaboration with fashion brand Chanel.

Volkova appears to have a proclivity for teddy bears in several of her photos, leading some to speculate that she may have had some indirect involvement in the creative direction of the bondage bears photoshoot.

Unfortunately, Volkova’s penchant for the occult is unsurprising given her employer Balenciaga’s recent scandal.

In addition to the bondage bears and the Supreme Court child porn case, other subliminal images inserted into the photoshoot revealed the fashion brand’s curious ties to the occult.

For example, a book by Belgian artist Michael Borremans is seen in the Balenciaga ad below.

Borremans’ artwork in other books and exhibits around the world feature grotesque imagery of naked, bloody and butchered children.

After wiping its social media accounts and issuing an apology, Balenciaga announced a $25 million lawsuit against the producers of the controversial ads, North Six, Inc. and set designer Nicholas Des Jardins.

Kim Kardashian, one of Balenciaga’s top ambassadors, finally condemned the fashion brand Sunday after several days of silence, claiming she needs to “re-evaluate” her relationship with the brand after being “shaken by the disturbing images.”

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