Target’s So Inclusive They Partner with a Designer of Satan Clothing and Gear

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A merchandise designer for Target is a Satanist who designs Satan clothing and gear. That explains a lot about their new trans indoctrination clothing and gear for babies and children. CEO Brian Cornell says it’s good for business and good for society.

One PRIDE designer for Target’s brand has a love of Satanism.

According to The Washington Examiner, Abprallen, a brand out of the United Kingdom and headed by a self-proclaimed gay, transgender man known as Erik, has collaborated with Target for about a year.

The collection includes a sweatshirt that reads “cure transphobia not trans people,” a shirt that says “Satan respects pronouns,” stickers that say “Burn Down the Cis-tem,” and “Gay as Hell” with burning skulls.

The messenger pack reads “we belong everywhere.” [in schools?]

Target’s Satanist

Among Abprallen’s other apparel are images of pentagrams, horned skulls, and references to devils. These items have even been known to be sold at London’s Satanic Flea Market during December, which the brand promoted on its social media.

Why do the floating gender people like Satan? It’s not uncommon.

Last year, Erik wrote on the brand’s Instagram page: “Being called a demon is something I can cope with, and the idea of a trans demon is pretty damn cool; most of my work focusses [sic] on gothic or dark and satanic imagery juxtaposed with bright colours and LGBT+ positive messages.”

Lovely.

Last year, Erik wrote on the brand’s Instagram page: “Being called a demon is something I can cope with, and the idea of a trans demon is pretty damn cool, most of my work focusses [sic] on gothic or dark and satanic imagery juxtaposed with bright colours and LGBT+ positive messages.”

IT’S THE RIGHT THING FOR SOCIETY
Target CEO Brian Cornell

Target’s top executive, Brian Cornell, told a podcast last week that “woke” capitalism was good for business. He said marketing products that are LGBTQ-friendly were “the right thing for society.”

“I think those are just good business decisions, and it’s the right thing for society, and it’s the great thing for our brand,” Cornell said.

Target will remove some of its LGBTQ+ merchandise from its Pride Month collection. This is after facing customer backlash that threatened the safety of its workers, the company said, writes WaPo.

Lara Logan wrote on Twitter: Go ahead Target – you “hang with Satan”. We’ll “hang with God” instead. And those of you thinking you can sit this one out…. Good luck. ‘We’ll Hang W Satan Instead: Target Receives MASSIVE Backlash After Woke Merch Designer Exposed To Be A Satanist.


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D3F1ANT
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D3F1ANT
9 months ago

Ever notice that the Satan crowd and the LGBTQRSTUV (etc., etc.) crowd are always completely intertwined?

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
9 months ago

CEO SAYS IT IS GOOD FOR BUSINESS
Boycott Target so he can learn how wrong he is.
Give him a Bud Light lesson.

The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
9 months ago

Cornell does not believe what he said. His goal is to make lots of money personally while damaging society. He is one of these real NWO demons. He knows those products will not sell.