In this edition of SPOTM: BTS, Britney Spears, Demi Lovato, and the elite’s bizarre obsession with mixing COVID hysteria with religion.
Every time I land on Britney Spears’ Instagram page, I end up taking a bunch of screenshots because a) It is very creepy b) She clearly doesn’t maintain it c) She is probably forced to dance around in outfits d) The account might be used to traffic her in elite circles e) It is full of MK symbolism. Recent posts only make things worse.
I kind of doubt that Britney Spears posted this creepy pic herself. The caption talks about the “devil is in the details” – one of many enigmatic captions on her account. As usual, people in the comments are extremely concerned and confused.
Not a single soul:
Demi Lovato: i’M nOn bInAry
Demi Lovato was featured in the past few SPOTMs because she is in full agenda mode. She recently announced to the world that her pronouns are now they/them/whatever. She also got the required “non-gendered”, short hair look. None of this is genuine, it is all elite-sponsored crap. Proof: this promo for her new podcast is all about the one-eye sign.
Speaking of the one-eye sign, it was, as usual, all over the place last month.
J Balvin does a big, fat, unmistakable one-eye sign on the cover of L’Officiel. That’s the price to pay to be dubbed the “prince of reggeaton”.
As you might know, BTS is a hugely popular K-Pop boy band that, as the media likes to say, “conquered the world”. They recently announced the release of a “concept photobook” and, according to what I saw, about 40% of the pics are one-eye signs. Here are two of them.
This is a screenshot from an ad promoting the book. A bunch of one-eye signs and pictures of the group under a net?
Speaking of K-Pop, this is the cover of HyunA’s single I’m Not Cool. One-eye sign and butterfly. But wait, maybe it’s just random stuff with no meaning. Let’s look at another pic of her.
Big, fat, one-eye sign. HyunA posted this image to celebrate 20 million YouTube views. The takeaway from this: K-Pop is 100% controlled by the occult elite.
Meanwhile, Katy Perry is doing a song featuring Pikachu (or something, I don’t really care). In this lame attempt to target the lucrative youth market, Katy Perry hides one eye.
Time magazine dedicated its cover to CRISPR, a gene-editing technology. The subtle one-eye sign on the cover indicates that the heavy promotional machine behind this technology is sponsored by the elite.
A one-eye sign on an Adidas ad for absolutely no reason. Except for indicating who owns it.
Nigerian rapper Burna Boy is one of the biggest artists in Africa. Of course, he had to do the one-eye sign (with a defeated look on his face) in British GQ. You’d think they’d leave Africa alone with that crap? It’s just getting started.
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