UNICEF – the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund – was originally set up to provide emergency food, shelter and support to children in countries that were devastated by World War II.
Fast forward to today,
and the organization has apparently become yet another elitist
bastion of occult worship and satanic symbolism, and somehow the
public doesn’t seem to notice or care.
Each year the organization hosts a masquerade ball fundraising event at Clifton’s in Los Angeles, and the event in 2018 was disturbingly loaded with Illuminati and occult symbolism.
Why is a children’s charity participating in the culture of elite occultism at a time when child trafficking, sex abuse, and ritual abuse of children seems to be at an all time high?
The organization wants
you to believe that the event’s theme was just for fun, but it
follows a disturbing trend for these type of elite institutions.
According to the official site for the event:
The UNICEF Masquerade Ball is UNICEF Next Generation’s signature philanthropic event.
Masked guests, dressed in their finest attire, dance the night away in celebration and support of UNICEF’s lifesaving work. Over 800 emerging global leaders, innovators, celebrities and philanthropists attend the UNICEF Masquerade Ball each year.
In a promotional video for the event, found on their website, you can see plenty of rich people living it up in weird demonic costumes and ridiculously expensive designer clothing, all against the backdrop of pictures of suffering foreign children who supposedly need the help of people at the ball.
There are plenty of
devil’s horns, antlers, and other symbols to make you wonder what is
actually the inspiration for such an event.
In attendance at the event are a bunch of elite socialites, fashion designers and such, many of whom sport overtly satanic costumes, like this devil/goat horns headpiece worn by fashion personality August Getty.
Interesting how he is posing in front of a banner that reads, ‘children first.’ What’s he going to do to the children first?
Lydia Hearst was in attendance, sporting a lovely white dress with a fashionable inverted cross on the front. Inverted crosses are all the rage right now in rap music and in pop music culture in general.
Hearst is, of course, the great-granddaughter of William Randolph Hearst, America’s most powerful media magnate of the 20th century, and a man known for his position as a 33rd Degree Freemason.
“William Randolph Hearst Jr.,
was a 33 degree mason
and a very powerful man
in the media world.”
The JFK Files
“Illuminatus William Randolph Hearst gave Anton LaVey some big help. His Avon Publishing published his Satanic Bible in 1969 (it was first released in Dec. ’69).
Since then it has reportedly gone through over 30 printings. LaVey’s next book The Satanic Rituals also was published by Hearst Avon in 1972. It talks about the power that blood sacrifices give the magician.
Hearst’s papers also gave him publicity.”
Illuminati imagery was a staple of the event, featured in
promotional materials and even the dance floor was a black and white
Here you see the same pattern in one of the weirder scenes of David Lynch’s occult masterpiece, Twin Peaks.
The checkerboard pattern is a notorious Masonic design, and here it
is used as the dance floor of the masquerade ball.
Masquerade balls where wealthy elitists gather in strange occult costumes have been around for ages. Here, at the Rothschilds’ ball you can see similarities in the costumes worn by the rich and powerful.
Why is it that these types of global, big-money institutions that are supposedly set up to work for human freedom always full of such strange, all-seeing-eye symbols, hybrid human beats, and devil’s horns? What really is the message they want the public to get?
As Vigilant Citizen notes, the UNICEF agenda as a whole should be in question to those who truly advocate for the safety of the world’s children.
“While UNICEF’s original goal was to provide temporary emergency relief to children victim of World War II, it became a permanent part of the United Nations System a few years later.
Since then, its mission gradually changed from saving children from death to ‘advocating for their rights’.”
Maybe they know something the rest of us don’t know.
Maybe in order to be this successful you have to sell your soul to something, and then have to spend your life sending occult signals to the general public.
Do you remember the
creepy opening ceremony at the 2012 London Olympics, which
frightened the world with this giant dead baby thing taking center
by Buck Rogers
from WakingTimes Website