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Celebrities Starkly Demonstrate Twisted Materialistic Luciferian Belief System

Are the following celebrities the type of people who should have any influence on the public psyche, especially that of children? Beyond being egotistical prima donnas, do they have anything to bring to the table at all?

Hat’s off to an organization called PETA, which has pursued animal-cruelty skulduggery. Rapper Kanye West slammed PETA’s president for calling him a “pathetic idiot” for wearing a full-length lynx pelt coat in Paris during Men’s Fashion Week. Kanye posted a response to PETA’s attack on his blog (which has now been removed): 

“I’m briefly saddened by negative comments, but I have to remember those people are scared, incapable or just plain idiots. We are the f**king rock stars baby. It’s funny to me when fashion bloggers down our outfits and then super jock outlandish s**t on the runway but they dress mad prude and don’t live fashion.”

Next, watch as he plays the standard hate card and portrays himself as the victim. Very juvenile.  

See; [Nature of the Threat: Black Gangsta Hip Hop and Rap] and [Putting the Word ‘Hate’ into Proper Context]

Kim Kardashian-West

“Very few human beings are strong enough to take constant hate. If we don’t do what you feel is the s**t, you beat us up verbally and mentally. At the end of the day, who are we hurting? Since Barack is president blacks don’t like fur coats, red leather and fried chicken anymore? Remember clothing is a choice. We were born naked! Fresh is an opinion, love is objective, taste is selective and expression is my favorite elective.”

Well, it’s also our prerogative to boycott your music, Kanye.

As Bruce Lee once said, “Addiction to things, outside of our self is the best distraction from looking within ourselves, the doorway to spirituality, the master intelligence, also needed to see the matrix.”

According to furriers, 70% of fashion catwalk shows featured fur. Twenty-five years ago, it would have been unheard of. To wear fur in Britain would have been to risk public censure and perhaps even have paint thrown all over you.

Lady Gaga
Linsay Lohan, snakeskin handbag from Dolce & Gabbana.

The fur industry re-branded itself with a stealthy, sustained and, some might say, deeply cynical campaign aimed at young women. If the radical pro-fur swing in attitudes among the new generation is anything go by, the industry’s campaign is working. A 2013 YouGov poll found just 58% of 18 to 24 year olds believed it wrong to use fur in fashion compared to 77% of those over age 55. It’s a triumph of marketing over heart and substance.

The fashion industry does this by giving celebrities the goods to wear gratis. So it is money not real choice driving these fashion decisions. Snake souls–snake skins, mystery solved.

Jennifer Lopez – Zagliani Crocodile Puffy bag ($12,000-$14,500)

Each year, an estimated 50 million animals are killed on fur farms, which account for 85% of all pelts.

“The animals — who are housed in unbearably small cages — live with fear, stress, disease, parasites and other physical and psychological hardships…” PETA reports.

The group adds that the animals are killed in very inhumane ways, such as by electrocution, gassing or poisoning in order to preserve the quality of the pelts above all else.


10 Comments on Celebrities Starkly Demonstrate Twisted Materialistic Luciferian Belief System

  1. If I remember right, getting the masses infatuated with luxury and fashion is a ploy from the Protocols of Zion. Americans and much of the “free” world, all aspire to millionaire status believing such materialism will fulfill their lives. Spirituality takes a back seat in the rat race. Morality has become passé and situational. It’s okay to cheat in an election so long as your guy wins. This dystopian society we live in is as weird and spooky as anything author Phillip K. Dick (Minority Report, Blade Runner, et al) could ever dream up.

    • That’s a dumb thing to say. Fine…

      Anyone who’s never assembled a computer shouldn’t use one.
      Anyone who isn’t a mechanic shouldn’t drive a car.
      You didn’t build your house? Get out!
      You’ve never grown vegetables? Spit them out!
      You can’t play instruments and sing? Shut off that music!

      You’re funny. Are you one of these lunatic vegans or just a really cool hunter/butcher?

      • Tried vegetarianism, but couldn’t handle it. Couldn’t be a vegan if my life depended on it or if meat/dairy became somehow unavailable. When we had our son we decided we’d let him make the choice, so we went back to eating meat. There is a reason God created cows, etc. and why He wants us to have “dominion” over them.

      • Hammy overstates a point of some validity: it’s called “division of labor” a phenomenon that has long been thought to introduce “inauthenticity” (a form of fraud) to human life.

        It’s the difference between “starting” breakfast by walking to the hog pen as the rising sun breaks over the horizon and scuffling in to the grocery store with your face in your device.

        asdasdffasd has come to terms with the division of labor – Hammy is holding out!

  2. Part of this obsession with animal hides these days may be rooted in the occult and a form of dominance over another living soul.

    Please do not get me wrong, I am all for natural fibers (cotton, wool, silk and the like). Current factory made fibers are a part to the eugenics model of depopulation (think about the wash and wear / stay press shirt – that formaldehyde may make the shirt look good, but could make you look very sick over time).

    As for the poll cited, I do wonder what the break-up would have been if the poll had been conducted in Russia? My guess is that the results / outcome would have been different.

  3. I support PETA and have provided financial contributions for years. These “stars” are pure scum. Make no mistake.

  4. Don’t forget that celebrity hypocrites will always forget the fact that they (if not eating animal blood-adrenochrome-cannibal-club like Katy Perry) believe it is their right to have animals slaughtered for their fashion fettishes but God forbid any of us “deplorables” wear shoes made from leather or suede! As it says in my novels:

    “….the watchword of his father’s new order was hypocrisy. Protection of nature really meant protection of the right of the rich to plunder nature while denying access to the masses.”

  5. So a sweet baby calf (likely on a factory farm pen just big enough to keep that sweet calf away from its mother and longing to die due to torture) is killed for the sake of a (likely) satanist, Beyonce? Just another reason I never want to be a celebrity (even a wealthy one)–I don’t want to be a hypocrite! (Plus, with the way calves are treated on factory farms, I no longer eat veal. Haven’t since I saw a documentary about factory farms. And not just calves are tortured, as the pix show above. I love rabbits! We’ve got many out here in the rural remote of far west Texas).

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