A look at the outrageous outfits of the 2019 MET Gala and the event’s underlying agenda.
'The MET Gala is a yearly gathering of industry stooges who parade around in elaborate outfits, as photographers take hundreds of pictures for the world to see. The goal? Fundraising. The real goal? The elite showcasing its pawns and its agenda.
In my article about last year’s MET gala (The 2018 Met Gala: Because the Industry Loves Blasphemy), I explained how the entire theme fit the elite’s obsession with desecrating Christianity. Some observers even described the event as all-out “satanic”, complete with Madonna conducting a black mass.
This year’s theme was Camp: Notes on Fashion. The name is inspired by Susan Sontag’s 1964 essay that defined camp as “love of the unnatural: of artifice and exaggeration” (coincidentally enough, “love of the unnatural” perfectly describes the philosophy of the occult elite).
Camp is usually associated with drag culture and goes back a few centuries. The first English definition of the term “camp”, which appeared in a 1909 edition of the Oxford English Dictionary, states:
“ostentatious, exaggerated, affected, theatrical; effeminate or homosexual; pertaining to, characteristic of, homosexuals…”
While not as controversial as last year’s blasphemous theme, this year’s theme was a perfect way to push the all-important gender-blurring agenda. Of course, there’s was lots of occult elite symbolism all over the place.
To understand why the MET Galas are so consistently agenda-friendly, let’s take a quick look at this event’s history.'
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