Cultural commentator Andrew Tate recently reacted to a number of high end fashion campaigns from Balenciaga accusing the company of promoting pedophilia and child molestation while also noting that the people in charge of Balenciaga, the western world, and what he calls the Matrix worship Satan.
In a video uploaded to Rumble on November 27th titled Emergency Meeting Episode 7 – The Master Plan, the topic of Balenciaga is brought up around the 18 minute mark.
He states, “Anyone who is not familiar with what has happened, [Balenciaga] put up an advertising campaign with children holding bondage teddy bears, and then people started looking deeper into their images and noticing that books in the background were written by pedophiles. They were finding other names in the background of their images that you Google that person has taken illicit photos of children etc…”
“So basically Balenciaga is rife head to toe with these little hidden cookies all linking to child molestation and pedophilia,” he asserts.
Tate then went on to explain why he believes this happening, “I don’t think many people understand why this is happening. The chance of it being a coincidence, not just the child — You know the thing is I’m going to give Balenciaga the benefit of the doubt. A child, a little girl holding a bondage teddy bear is distasteful and is clearly promoting pedophilia, but you could perhaps argue in a court of law that it was just — they weren’t thinking and they didn’t realize, perhaps.”
“But multiple campaigns having books written by people who were either making pedophilic content or arrested and charged for murder of a child or pedophilia. That is not a coincidence. You can’t argue that away as ‘Oops.’ You can’t argue that away as ‘I wasn’t thinking.’ You can’t argue that away,” he declared.
“You’ve tried very hard to put in that many deliberate references to a particular mindset which obviously the world finds repulsive.” He then questioned, “Therefore by extension you have to understand that if it was done on purpose, which as we’ve just deciphered it must have been, why are t hey doing this?”
He answered his rhetorical question, “And I don’t think many people understand why a brand like Balenciaga would so openly show the world that they are trying to promote pedophilia. I’ll tell them why.
“So, some could argue that they are trying to advertise it and encourage it. Normalize. And that is the case. That is what they are trying to do. But it actually goes a level deeper,” he said.
“Satanists, people who worship Satan, believe in karmic retribution. They believe that they can suffer the consequence of lying and tricking you,” he explained.
He then provided an example, “So the very simple premise is this: if I sell poisoned apples and I write ‘Apples’ and you come and eat one, I poisoned you, but if I sell poisoned apples and I have a sign that says ‘Apples They’re Poison’ and you come and eat one you committed suicide. I haven’t murdered you. You’ve committed suicide.
“Satanists believe by telling you what they’re doing they don’t have any karmic retribution,” he elaborated. “‘I’m not responsible for the consequences. I’m not responsible for all the negative fallout from my actions if they understood what I was doing and allowed me to do it.’ This why they show you and tell you what they’re doing.”
“If I show you and tell you that we are pedophiles and you continue to buy our products then you’re supporting pedophilia, and you are obviously okay with us being pedophiles. If I do it hidden, behind your back, then you can argue and say, ‘I didn’t know they were pedophiles.’ But by showing you — I’ve shown you I’m a pedophile — you still want to wear my t-shirt so obviously what I am doing is okay,” he detailed.
“And this karmic retribution model and the way that Satanists view the world — and when I say Satanists I genuinely mean people who worship Satan. The people who are in charge of these brands, and in charge of the western world, and in charge of the matrix genuinely worship Satan,” he asserted.
“When you understand the idea of karmic retribution you can apply that to so many scenarios,” he extrapolated. “They are doing this with everything. Karmic retribution isn’t just about Balenciaga.”
Tate then went on to point to Covid-19 while his co-host and brother Tristan Tate referenced Ukraine president Volodmyr Zelensky.
Satan and demons are real. The Catechism of the Catholic Church explains, “Scripture and Church’s Tradition see in this being a fallen angel, called ‘Satan’ or the ‘devil.’ The Church teaches that Satan was at first a good angel, made by God: ‘The devil and the other demons were indeed created naturally good by God, but they became evil by their own doing.'”
And while the Church teaches that Satan and the devils are real it also proclaims, “The power of Satan is, nonetheless, not infinite. He is only a creature, powerful from the fact that he is pure spirit, but still a creature. He cannot prevent the building up of God’s reign.
It continues, “Although Satan may act in the world out of hatred for God and his kingdom in Christ Jesus, and although his action may cause grave injuries—of a spiritual nature, and indirectly, even of a physical nature—to each man and to society, the action is permitted by divine providence which with strength and gentleness guides human and cosmic history. It is a great mystery that providence should permit diabolical activity, but ‘we know that in everything God works for good with those who love him.'”
What do you make of Tate’s assertion that the people running the western world worship Satan?