Inside UNICEF’s Bizarre 2018 Masquerade Ball

Vigilant Citizen

UNICEF stands for United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund. Its mission is to “address the needs of children and women in developing countries”. Apparently, another mission is to host creepy masquerade balls featuring celebrities dressed in satanic costumes.

On October 25th, UNICEF held its yearly Masquerade Ball at Clifton’s Republic in Los Angeles and it was weird. While the advertised goal of the event is to raise money for children, a look at the symbolism around the party hints to another goal: To celebrate the occult elite’s twisted culture. Indeed, the event featured celebrities and socialites partying in a setting inspired by Eyes Wide Shut (a movie about sex magick orgies in elite secret societies) … to help children.

According to the official website:

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.

Masquerade Ball

Not unlike most posh Hollywood happenings, the UNICEF ball was preceded by a red carpet event where the illustrious guests paraded around in their Louboutin heels, Versace dresses and … satanic masks. All for hungry children of course.

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2 thoughts on “Inside UNICEF’s Bizarre 2018 Masquerade Ball

  1. The moment I saw the headline I knew this was to speak of satan in some way.
    UNICEF is quite evil. They have been evil for a long long time.

    “… to help children.”
    To help them get children is more accurate.

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