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CEO of Balenciaga Parent Company Owns Auction Site That Sells Child Sex Mannequins With Genitalia For Faces

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MICHAEL TRAN/AFP via Getty Images
Image Credit:MICHAEL TRAN/AFP via Getty Images

The CEO of Balenciaga’s parent company Kering also owns an auction website that sells grotesque art depicting naked children with mutated bodies and sex organs for faces.

Groupe Artémis, the holding company of billionaire Kering CEO François-Henri Pinault – husband of actress Salma Hayek – owns Christie’s auction house.

The Christie’s website features a series of art pieces by brothers Jake and Dinos Chapman, including mannequins of children with erect penises and anuses in place of a nose and mouth.

Their works fetch from hundreds of dollars to more than $500,000.

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EXCLUSIVE: Youtube Bans Reporter for Exposing Balenciaga Pedo Promotion

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“I’m really not surprised that I was banned over this,” Dicks added, referring to his recent expose about the Balenciaga pedo scandal.

Dicks also claimed that the scope of the ad campaign, given its high profile and the amount of money and coordination involved in the project, suggests that the pedophile propaganda within the photoshoot wasn’t an accident.

“You gotta ask the question: how many people are involved in this? You got the parents, the directors, the producers,” he noted. “This is clearly a massive movement.”

BOMBSHELL: BALENCIAGA PEDO’s EXPOSED!!! Everything You NEED To Know In Less Than 9 Minutes!!

Watch TikTokers destroy Balenciaga bags, clothing after BDSM ad backlash

They’re hitting Balenciaga right in their wallets, clothes and shoes.

Furious fashionistas are slicing up Balenciaga products to protest the fashion house’s controversial ads depicting children alongside bondage-inspired attire.

Videos of the inflammatory “trashin” statements are amassing millions of views as the hashtags #BoycottBalenciaga and #CancelBalenciaga trend on TikTok.

“Stop wearing Balenciaga immediately,” reads the caption of one clip, uploaded by Chloé Hennessey to the tune of 1.1 million views. 

Accompanying footage shows the incensed influencer using scissors to cut up a hoodie reported to cost around $700, like a scorned partner with their ex’s favorite clothes.

Appeals court clears way for challenge to California’s election laws

The decision by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals clears the way for Election Integrity Project California, along with recent and future congressional candidates in the state, to challenge the constitutionality of California’s election laws, regulations, policies, and procedures.

The plaintiffs in a lawsuit allege that those government measures have weakened or removed integrity from the election process. They also suggest that the concerns raised extend beyond a single state.

“We have narrowed the focus to vote-by-mail, the no uniform rules on signature verification, and poor maintenance of voter rolls,” Gondeiro told The Daily Signal in a phone interview. “California has expanded vote-by-mail and reduced signature verification, which makes no sense.”

EIPCa and its co-plaintiffs filed the litigation against California Gov. Gavin Newsom, the California Attorney General’s Office, the California Secretary of State’s Office, and 13 county election registrars in the state.

The counties named in the complaint are Los Angeles, Riverside, Ventura, San Bernardino, Monterey, Sacramento, Alameda, Contra Costa, Santa Clarita, Santa Benito, Santa Cruz, Fresno, and Orange.

HHS Whistleblower Says Government Complicit in Trafficking; Child Admits Being ‘Pimped’ by Sponsor

U.S. Department of Health & Human Services Whistleblower Reveals ‘Tax Dollars’ Spent to ‘Put Children in the Hands of Criminals’; Says Gov’t Complicit Because ‘We Don’t Get Sued by Traffickers’ … Migrant Child: My Female Sponsor ‘Would Pimp Me to Men”.

• Tara Lee Rodas, Council of the Inspectors General on Integrity & Efficiency: “The tax dollars of people who are listening [to my testimony to Project Veritas] are paying to put children in the hands of criminals.” • Rodas:

“Our sponsors typically are not citizens. They’re not permanent residents. They don’t have a legal presence.” • Rodas: “The sponsor can hold up an ‘Order of Deportation’ to a [migrant] child and say, ‘This is your Order of Deportation.

If you do not do what I say, when I say, I’m going to call ICE on you myself.’ We are paying to put children in the hands of criminals.”

Oklahoma assistant DA arrested on child porn charges, fired from job

Kevin Etherington, 53, has been charged with aggravated possession of child pornography. (Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation)
Kevin Etherington, 53, has been charged with aggravated possession of child pornography. (Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation)

Kevin Etherington, the 53-year-old first assistant district attorney of Logan and Payne Counties, was arrested this week on one count of aggravated possession of child pornography and one count of violation of the Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act, according to KOKH-TV.

The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children forwarded a tip to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation in September that resulted in a search warrant being executed at Etherington’s home on Monday.

“I cannot express how dismayed and disappointed I am about this development,” District Attorney Laura Austin Thomas said about the case, according to The Oklahoman.

“I personally find the manufacture, distribution and possession of child pornography to be both disgusting and incredibly damaging to individual victims and society,” Thomas added. 

Non-binary Biden nuclear official charged with stealing woman’s luggage at airport

Brinton's official government portrait. (Department of Energy)
Brinton’s official government portrait. (Department of Energy)

Brinton — who serves as the DOE’s deputy assistant secretary for spent fuel and waste disposition — allegedly took a Vera Bradley suitcase worth $2,325 from the luggage carousel at the Minneapolis St. Paul Airport (MSP) on Sept. 16, according to a criminal complaint filed on Oct. 26 in Minnesota state court and obtained by Fox News Digital. Brinton had traveled from Washington, D.C., to MSP that day.

After the suitcase’s owner alerted police, officers reviewed video surveillance of the carousel and identified Brinton taking the luggage before removing its tag identifying the owner, the court filings stated. Law enforcement observed Brinton using the luggage during at least two other trips to Washington, D.C., on Sept. 18 and Oct. 9.

Minnesota-based outlet Alpha News first reported the charges against Brinton on Monday.

Brinton was placed on leave about a month ago and another official was named as a replacement in the interim earlier this month, according to the Exchange Monitor which tracks government hires. The DOE originally didn’t explain why Brinton took leave at the time.

Biden’s Secret Service rental vehicles burst into flames after he left Nantucket vacation

A tow truck pulls away one of the vehicles rented by the Secret Service to protect President Biden in Nantucket. ((Credit: Nantucket Current. @ACKCurrent))
A tow truck pulls away one of the vehicles rented by the Secret Service to protect President Biden in Nantucket. ((Credit: Nantucket Current. @ACKCurrent))

Biden spent Thanksgiving on the ritzy Massachusetts island with his family last week.

The Secret Service rented five vehicles from Hertz to carry the president and his family, and all five of them caught fire in the parking lot, according to footage first obtained by the Nantucket Current.

The vehicles were parked at the Nantucket airport and the blaze reportedly spread to just 40 feet away from the facility’s jet fuel tanks.

It is currently unknown what caused the fire. Fox News reached out to the  White House for information, but they did not immediately respond.

Balenciaga ad also features book by artist who depicts castrated kids

More photographs from an axed Balenciaga campaign are being questioned today over the prominence of a book which celebrates a Belgian artist whose work includes depictions of castrated toddlers. 

Two photos from the brand’s now canceled Spring ’23 ad campaign feature French actress Isabelle Huppert posing in a Manhattan office with a stack of books behind her. 

Among the books is one that celebrates the Belgian painter Michael Borremans. Borremans’ work is varied but frequently features children. 

His 2017/2018 series, Fire from the Sun, shows a group of toddlers, some of them with blood staining their skin, in sinister composition. 

Police discover remains of 4 infants in Boston apartment

The remains of four infants were found in an apartment in Boston earlier this month, according to police. (WFXT)
The remains of four infants were found in an apartment in Boston earlier this month, according to police. (WFXT)

Boston police discovered what appeared to be a human fetus or infant inside an apartment freezer after officers responded to a call on the afternoon of Nov. 17 to investigate the residence at 838 East Broadway in South Boston.

Investigators found more human remains in the apartment the next day, police said in a press release. Those human remains are also believed to belong to infants.

“Homicide detectives located what appears to be additional human remains, which were removed by personnel from the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner for further investigation,” police said.

Police announced Monday that the remains belonged to two male infants and two female infants. 


Trump: Biden Special Counsel Jack Smith is a ‘fully weaponized monster’

On Monday, Trump posted a statement reading:

This fully weaponized monster, Jack Smith, shouldn’t be let anywhere near the political persecution of “President Donald J. Trump.” I did nothing wrong on January 6th, and nothing wrong with the Democrats’ fix on the Document Hoax, that is, unless the six previous Presidents did something wrong also. When will you invade Bill and Hillary’s home in search of the 33,000 emails she deleted AFTER receiving a subpoena from the U.S. Congress? When will you invade the other Presidents’ homes in search of documents, which are voluminous, which they took with them, but not nearly so openly and transparently as I did?

Trump then linked to the following opinion article in Town Hall that discusses Smith’s controversial and politically-driven background.

Trump may be sensitive to a special counsel after supposedly independent investigators working under Special Counsel Robert Mueller on the Trump Russia probe proved to be alarmingly politically-biased against Trump; the FBI fabricated evidence under which they got a wiretap of a Trump associate; and the FBI relied on political opposition research gathered by the Hillary Clinton campaign, and originating with an unreliable Russian source, to open the Trump Russia probe and leak false information about Trump to the media prior to the 2016 election. In the end, there was no evidence Trump had any improper relationship with Russia or its president Vladimir Putin.

The idea of investigating a political opponent who has just announced a run for president is controversial and fraught with potential conflicts of interest.

However, when it comes to Trump, a great deal of questionable behavior by US intel agencies and Dept. of Justice has been widely accepted and even encouraged.

Biden’s student loan bailout died in the courts, but taxpayers could still be forced to pay the tab

President Joe Biden’s illegal and hastily-constructed student debt bailout worked well for Democrats in the voting booth but terribly for them in the courts.

Days after Democrats outperformed expectations in the midterms, two federal courts issued orders halting the U.S. Department of Education’s student loan cancellation program.

Now, the administration has asked the Supreme Court to weigh in, but it is not waiting to hear from the judicial branch before forcing taxpayers to pick up even more of the tab.

Rather than letting the legal process unfold, or trying to pass a bill through Congress, Biden used the one arrow left in his quiver: He extended the student loan moratorium yet again.

This perpetual loan holiday is loan cancellation by another name, and it comes with a hefty price tag, costing the taxpayers $102 billion and counting. 

Keeping student loans paused is not without cost. No matter what the courts decide, the outcome will be the same: Hardworking taxpayers will continue to foot the ever-increasing bill.

Georgia breaks early voting record as Walker, Warnock runoff sees over quarter million turnout in single day

Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker (AP Photo)
Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker (AP Photo)

“Just…WOW! GA voters, facilitated through the hard work of county election & poll workers, have shattered the old Early Vote turnout, with 300,438 Georgians casting their votes today,” Georgia Deputy Secretary of State Gabriel Sterling tweeted on Monday.

“They blew up the old record of 233k votes in a day. Way to go voters & election workers.” 

Sterling added, “We are working on final numbers, but for context, the last day of Early Voting in 2018 was 233,252 and that is the record for Early Voting that will fall today.” 

Early in-person voting continues through Friday. Runoff Election Day is Tuesday of next week.

Meet Biden’s nuclear energy specialist

Jesse Watters highlights how Biden’s non-binary nuclear energy specialist allegedly was charged with felony theft on ‘Jesse Watters Primetime.’

Tucker: It’s hard to believe this is real

WARNING-Graphic footage: Fox News host Tucker Carlson rips the reaction from the Biden administration and the left to protests in China over the COVID-19 lockdowns on ‘Tucker Carlson Tonight.’

Gordon Chang slams Biden’s response to China protests

China expert Gordon Chang and ex-RNC Chair Reince Priebus join ‘Hannity’ to sound off on Biden’s ‘weakness’ toward Xi.

World News:

Airport firefighters to strike in early December

Airport firefighters will strike on December 9 for four hours from 6am, pushing for more staff and better pay.

The aviation branch of the United Firefighters Union says staffing issues are putting travellers at risk.

The danger of CBDC – Pepijn van Houwelingen in Dutch Parliament

The introduction of the digital euro effectively means the end of cash and therefore also the end of privacy.

The digital currency gives the government insight into everything we spend.

It is the first step towards a CO2 budget and a social credit system. Pepijn van Houwelingen attacked these plans in Dutch Parliament.

Terror strikes Israel yet again; Operation Waves Breaker enters ninth month TV7 Israel News 29.11

1) Operation Waves Breaker, as part of which the IDF combats terror elements throughout the West Bank districts of Judea, Samaria and the Jordan Valley, has entered into its nineth month.

2) The United States rebukes the United Nations over its unabashed display of anti-Israel activities.

3) Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan proclaims that Kurdish militias relying on U.S. support ahead of Turkey’s looming military offensive – won’t be able to evade “the tragic fate that awaits.”

China Doubles Down on ‘Zero Covid,’ Orders Police to Hunt Down Protesters

Stringer/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
Stringer/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images

Beijing has insisted on “zero Covid” for nearly three years, abruptly trapping people in their homes and often leaving them without food or basic medicine.

The Chinese government announced its first deaths attributed to a Chinese coronavirus infection in six months last week – three people over the age of 87 – meaning that, by the regime’s own tally, more people have died as a result of lockdowns, forced internment in quarantine camps, and other “zero Covid” policies than by Chinese coronavirus infections.

“The authorities have stressed that optimizing and adjusting the measures does not mean loosening prevention and control, nor is it a lifting of [Chinese coronavirus] restrictions or ‘lying flat’ in fighting the virus,” the Global Times asserted, adding that “the optimized policies were welcomed by many netizens,” but not offering any evidence to back up that claim.

The People’s Daily, the official newspaper of the Chinese Communist Party, boasted on Tuesday that the lockdown policies that prompted the protests were “scientific and effective” – a claim the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) has contested – and the regime would not abandon them.

The news agency Reuters reported on Tuesday that it had compiled evidence of police persecuting individuals believed to have been present at protests, ordering them to appear at police stations or otherwise disappearing them into custody.


Balenciaga’s BDSM Ads Are Horrifying and SICK | @AllieBethStuckey

@AllieBethStuckey reacts to photos that have emerged from Balenciaga’s latest ad campaign depicting kids with BDSM gear.

Balanciaga’s DARKNESS goes WAY FURTHER than teddy bears

Balanciaga is under heavy fire this week after releasing photographs featuring child models posting with teddy bears dressed in disgustingly inappropriate outfits.

But the fashion company’s dark undertones goes WAY FURTHER than this.

In this clip, Glenn exposes just how EVIL this brand’s creative direction seems to be.

But this isn’t just Balanciaga. In fact, this scandal mirrors a turning tide within society as a whole, which is why we MUST call it out.