The designer, Alessandro Michele, made up a new word for it – transhumanism – which seems rather fitting, now that seeing images of beheadings by Muslims is the new norm.
TrueNews In Milan, Italian luxury fashion brand Gucci showcased their winter clothing line, with models carrying decapitated heads in the backdrop of a mock surgical operating room.
It’s a look that forecasts things to come…as the rapidly growing Muslim population in Western countries continues unabated.
Yes, “monstrous” is the way to describe this show…where androgynous trans-whatever models carry exact relicas of themselves…to remind us what will happen as Muslims continue to flood the West.
Describing his motivation behind the morbid display, Gucci’s Designer Alessandro Michele said he was inspired by a futuristic communist manifesto titled “A Cyborg Manifesto,” which advocates for a chimeric, monstrous world of fusions between man, animal and machine.
Notice all the Islamic headbags.
Expanding on that vision, Mr. Michele said a “hybrid is metaphorically praised as a figure that can overcome the dualism and the dichotomy of identity,”
A translation of this dystopian ideology is simply that a physical biological merger between humans and machines, known as transhumanism, will eliminate Biblical definitions of life, including ones gender, sexual attractions and world view.
I guess this is what Christians are referring to when they talk about “end times.”
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