Fashion Designer Brings Trauma-Based MK Ultra Children’s Clothes to a Store Near You

Fashion Designer Brings Trauma-Based MK Ultra Children’s Clothes to a Store Near You by Russ Winter for Winter Watch via Health Impact News

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In another clear sign of how low our dystopian society has sunk comes Caroline Bosmans, a 44-year-old Belgian designer of children’s clothing. Bosmans’ “luxury society” brand is about faceless children, uninspired clothing, deranged imagery and high price tags. To our eyes, it looks like another in a long line of death-cult, trauma-based MK Ultra ritual abuse to create dissociative personalities.

It seamlessly combines with the Crime Syndicate’s now long-duration program of forcing children to attend school wearing masks that stifle their oxygen and steadily damage their developing brains.

This is combined with fear. The goal is to alter brain waves, setting the stage for specific trained behaviors (aka brainwashing) that have “on” and “off” triggers or switches.

Even before the Covid-1984 scamdemic, Bosmans was introducing the concept of covered faces in her 2019 “clothing line.” Here (image above), we see a little girl wearing an ensemble of a long brim hat the obscures the face combined with the standard ghoulish death skull/head of bunnies.

Surprise, surprise. Bosmans also favors the use of the smiley face, a death-cult symbol we’ve discussed on our pages.

Among the imagery in Bosmans advertising: children posing clutching their genitals, a child on a toilet and children on face down on the ground.

In some images, there are pizza boxes and children looking upset and distressed.

On some of the children’s shirts and pants are the words “Eat People.”

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