from Vigilant Citizen:
In this edition of SPOTM: A hockey star, a basketball star, a music star, a movie superstar and a cello.
Auston Matthews is quickly becoming one of the biggest superstars in the National Hockey League which lead him to be featured in GQ magazine. The article is entitled NHL Star Auston Matthews Is Ready for His Close-Up, an expression that is very “Hollywood”. As you can see, the close-up is actually on the one-eye sign.
Here’s another pic from the same photoshoot. They want you to take notice.
And a third one. In short, this photoshoot, which features a 21-year-old hokey superstar, sends out a clear message: If he’s influential, we’ll get to him.
James Harden is a superstar in the NBA. That is the picture we saw everywhere during the NBA media day. The elite is telling you that they own this.
From hockey to basketball, we move on to soccer. This is Kevin De Bruyne promoting a new shoe. … by putting it on his face and hiding one eye with it.
As usual, the one-eye sign was prominently featured on the cover of magazines all over the world. The goal? Total visibility, complete control.
17-year-old Kaia Gerber is quickly becoming a fashion superstar. Here she is on the cover of the October issue of Vogue Paris with makeup on only one side, effectively creating a subtle one-eye sign. So creative.
Meanwhile, Kaia’s mother – supermodel Cindy Crawford – was featured on the cover of the October issue of Vogue Spain. Her hair is strategically hiding one eye. So creative.
Speaking of hair strategically placed, this is Lil Wayne on the cover of Billboard. So creative.
This is the cover of Gay Times featuring YouTube star Patrick Starrr. Do YouTube stars need to be owned by the elite? You betcha.
This is the cover of Arte – an art review magazine. Yes, they used creepy wooden hands to hide one eye of the creepy mask. How can people not see the pattern going on here?
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