Symbolic Pics of the Month 09/20

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from Vigilant Citizen:

In this edition of SPOTM: Janelle Monae, Katy Perry, Kate Moss, and more glaring proof that mass media is controlled by a handful of psychopaths.

Antebellum is a horror movie about a successful black woman who ends up as a slave on a plantation. Other than awkwardly pandering to the racial division agenda (even “woke” critics hated the movie), Antebellum is also about Monarch mind control (not unlike Get Out and Us which were made by the same producer). On this poster, Janelle Monae is “silenced” by a butterfly. Pure MK imagery.

Antebellum is a horror movie about a successful black woman who ends up as a slave on a plantation. Other than awkwardly pandering to the racial division agenda (even “woke” critics hated the movie), Antebellum is also about Monarch mind control (not unlike Get Out and Us which were made by the same producer). On this poster, Janelle Monae is “silenced” by a butterfly. Pure MK imagery.

On this poster: A bleeding monarch butterfly. Pure Monarch programming symbolism.

A picture from the movie debut in LA: A mask with a butterfly “silencing” the young actress. MK ULTRA

This is the image used by The Atlantic for its article “Katy Perry and the End of Pop”. As seen in previous articles about Perry, everything about her needs to be negative and downright embarrassing (the opposite of Beyoncé and Lady Gaga). This image combines the required one-eye sign with a reference to the process of splitting personalities in MKULTRA (fractured face).

As usual, the one-eye sign was all over the place this month, especially in places that are highly visible such as magazine covers. This the cover of Country & Town House featuring a model using a flower to cover one eye. So original and creative.

Marie Claire Hungary featuring Dakota Johnson hiding one eye with a flower. So original and creative.

The cover of Vogue Deutsch. She’s covering one eye with…sigh.

Same magazine (Vogue) different region (Arabia). Same crap (one-eye sign).

This is the alternate cover of Vogue Arabia. I see that we’re back to hiding one eye with plants. So original and creative.

ELLE Russia. The work of yet another creative genius. They’re clearly not paid enough for this.

Numéro Russia. I’m running out of sarcastic remarks.

The cover Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam features a big, fat, unmistakable one-eye sign.

This is an ad promoting the new ID card in Honduras. As you can see, the card is funded by the UN. That’s why the girl is hiding one eye with the card. Owned by the elite.

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