Pepper.Pics is a disturbing Instagram account containing over 1,600 pics of a young girl posing in various situations. The main theme of the pics: The sexualization of a child and occult elite symbolism.
'Pepper.Pics is an Instagram account that showcases over 1,600 “fashion pics” of a 9-year-old Belgian girl named Pepper. Maintained by her mother Bonnie van Geel, the account has been active for several years (since Pepper was a toddler) and boasts over 30,000 followers. Following the success of that account, Pepper was recruited to pose for several brands and magazines such as Stella McCartney Kids, Mini Maven Magazine, Mimi & Lula and Daniel Wellington. While that might sound all well and good, a look at pics on the IG account leads to an uneasy feeling … for several reasons.
First, there is something cringe-worthy and exploitative about social media accounts created by parents for children who are too young to consent or even understand the implications of such online exposure. As if that wasn’t enough, a disturbing number of these pics feature the child in “revealing” clothing and suggestive positions which leads us to wonder: Who actually follows these accounts and why?
Before going any further, here’s a pic from that account which has a comment that sums up the entire situation at hand.
Adding to the disturbing factor, a great number of these pics contain symbolism relating to Monarch mind control and the overall exploitation of children. As you’ll soon realize, that entire account is basically a Vigilant Citizen 101 course.
Appropriately enough, Pepper often wears clothing by fashion brands NUNUNU and Caroline Bosmans. Both of these companies were discussed on this site because their IG accounts feature revolting pictures involving children. Indeed, NUNUNU’s IG account promoting its “genderless” clothing collection contains overt satanic symbolism combined with the sexualization of minors. The IG account of Caroline Bosmans is a sickening collection of pictures involving unhappy children in traumatizing situations.'
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