Well, this is not NEWS but it was NEWS to me today.  I just had to say something.  Everyday I am more and more amazed at how far we have fallen.  Mankind has lost all sense of right and wrong and they are falling faster and faster ever deeper into the clutches of darkness.  Ignorantly, they pursue their wanton ways even as the COMING of the snatching away of God’s children draws closer and closer.  Which WILL BE followed by GREAT TRIBULATION SUCH AS NEVER HAS BEEN SEEN BEFORE AND NEVER WILL BE SEEN AGAIN.

The world is getting darker and darker as people embrace their fallen nature and seek after worldly riches which are fleeting.  Too blind to recognize TRUTH, they have surrendered their eternal souls to their enemy, the consequences of which will not appear until the end, just as the rewards for the faithful.  Everything will be determined at HIS SECOND COMING.  ONLY THEN will all things be known and the righteous will find their ultimate fulfillment while the unrighteous will suffer eternal torment.  I know that no one wants to believe that such a thing exists or that GOD could be so harsh as to punish someone FOREVER… However, that is a punishment that was reserved for the Fallen Angels, not meant for humans.  BUT, GOD gave YOU a choice.   If you are foolish enough to cast away HIS Salvation for the fleeting pleasures of this world…you have no one to blame but yourself.

As demonstrated by the material goods we see on the market today, and the absolute lasciviousness and debauchery of the masses, the DEMONS are running rampant, and the FALLEN ANGELS are about to burst onto the scene.  If you can’t read the signs… you better get on your knees and beg GOD in HIS MERCY to OPEN YOUR EYES!

Update 3/30/21

I have seen reports that NIKE is being quick to distance themselves from the production of these shoes.  However, I have not been able to find anything about them responding in like manner to the “Jesus Shoes” offered by MSCHF.  Why is MSCF allowed to use the NIKE Logo?  Nike could surely put a stop to that.  I guess since they did not sue over the “JESUS SHOES” then MSCHF felt free to put out another shoe with the logo.

Anyway, here is what Nike had to say.

News of the shoes drew outrage over the Palm Sunday weekend; some critics slammed both Lil Nas X and Nike. But Nike was quick to distance itself from the shoes, pointing out that they’re custom adaptations of existing products.

“We do not have a relationship with Little Nas X or MSCHF,” Nike said in a statement. “Nike did not design or release these shoes and we do not endorse them.”

Nike Is Suing Over Trademark Infringement

Nike is suing MSCHF over trademark infringement, false designation of origin/unfair competition, trademark dilution, and common law trademark infringement.


Apparently, NIKE is reacting to the immense negative  response from the public in regard to the SATAN SHOEs, and not to the use of their logo on their products.  

MSCHF, the creative label behind the Satan Shoes, sold Jesus-themed shoes in 2019, which were also a special design of the Nike Air Max 97 trainers. Rather than having blood and red ink in the soles, the Jesus shoes had holy water. One pair cost $3,000.

Business Insider reported that the Jesus-themed shoes were bought at retail price and repurposed, and Nike had no affiliation with the shoes’ creation.


Thanks to Dahboo777 for bringing this to my attention.  https://dlive.tv/DAHBOO7

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whoever gets the 666 numbered one is gonna be rich
I bet it’s already given away
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Does the shoe have Adrenochrome or something inside? South Park warned us of this. 🤔

Has a real drop of blood, is it Nas X’s? Isn’t he… Is that safe?

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Definitely a profitable investment if you have that much to spend


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Leaker: posts pics

US: It’ll be $666 because of the Satan theme

MSCHF: wrong 🤪

Mschf: “fuck fashion companies for their overly expensive and gluttonous products” Also mschf: “hey you fuckers want $1k+ shoes?”
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A company that runs on ‘structured chaos’ is going viral and selling out products in minutes, from Jesus shoes to toaster-shaped bath bombs

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Some of the products and projects produced by MSCHF. 
MSCHF; Paige Leskin/Business Insider
  • A company called MSCHF has quietly been creating some of the most absurd, cynical, and viral projects and products that have spread across the internet.
  • Products from the seven-person company range from an astrology-based stock trading app, to a toaster-shaped bathbomb, to Holy Water-filled sneakers.
  • During Business Insider’s recent visit to MSCHF headquarters, CEO Gabriel Whaley said the company runs on “structured chaos” — no project or idea is off limits, as long as its employees can find the resources for its production.

Their only post on LinkedIn refers to themselves as a dairy company (a lie). It’s probably the best, and only, description you’ll ever get of the startup behind AI-generated feet photos, an app for making stock investments based on astrological signs, and Nike sneakers filled with Holy Water.

Even its CEO and founder isn’t sure how to characterize the company.

“A brand of what? I don’t know. Being a company kills the magic,” Gabriel Whaley recently told Business Insider. “We’re trying to do stuff that the world can’t even define.”

Whaley is the founder and CEO of MSCHF, the company behind some of the most viral stunts, stories, and products that have spread throughout the meme-laden, cynical internet community. Their products are meant to poke fun at everything and anything, because MSCHF takes pride in pushing the boundaries.

There’s no apparent thread connecting MSCHF’s slew of projects: The team has built a browser add-on that disguises your Netflix watching as a conference call, designed a squeaking rubber chicken bong for smoking weed, and created a YouTube channel solely consisting of videos of a man eating everything from a tub of mayonnaise to a photo of Pete Davidson. But for Whaley, the lack of continuity is the point: As long as the team can figure out the resources to create and launch a product, “nothing is safe.”

“Our perspective is everything is funny in a nihilistic sort of way,” Whaley said. “We’re not here to make the world a better place. We’re making light of how much everything sucks.”

Business Insider visited the headquarters of MSCHF in December, located at a nondescript address that blends in among the warehouses peppered throughout Brooklyn’s trendy Williamsburg neighborhood. The space is dingy, with cult-classic movie posters on the walls and tables covered in loose papers and partially unpacked MSCHF products. The “conference room” is a tiny loft located up a flight of stairs bearing a sole plastic chair. Whaley is quick to share that the roof leaks when it rains and the heating isn’t great, and takes pride in showing off the inside of the single-stall bathroom filled with graffiti and artwork.

Before MSCHF, Whaley was a West Point military academy dropout who was already heralding goofy viral projects on his own, such as an app that was essentially Tinder for airplane travelers. His work landed him a brief stint at BuzzFeed in 2013, but he left after a year when the department he worked in was shut down. He officially launched MSCHF in 2016.

Now, MSCHF is 10 employees strong. They’re mostly twenty-somethings — including just one woman, who was hired in 2020 — and Whaley describes them as “fans of mischief.” In the four years since founding MSCHF, Whaley hired his team along the way: one employee he found playing soccer in Chinatown, and another he hired by sliding into his DMs.

When a mass shipment of MSCHF’s latest product is delivered to the office — a dark $10 toaster bath bomb — all seven employees in the office that day crowd to the center of the warehouse to unpack them and get them ready to be shipped to customers. It’s a flurry of activity, a cloud of cardboard boxes and packing materials.


MSCHF CEO and founder Gabe Whaley, right, and creative VP Ben Rosen. 

The layout of its headquarters is a stark reflection of the MSCHF’s unofficial doctrine to adhere to “structured chaos.” Daniel Greenberg, MSCHF’s head of commerce, flaunted how MSCHF shirks the traditional business model: The MSCHF team currently sets aside no budget for advertisements and marketing, and conducts no user testing of its products.

It’s also unclear whether, or how, the MSCHF team makes any money. The company used to run nontraditional ad campaigns for brands like Casper and Target, but Whaley says MSCHF stopped doing that in September 2019 to instead “go all in on our own stuff.” Since then, the company has closed two rounds of funding from investors — including an $8 million round just made public in January — totalling $11.5 million, according to PitchBook’s funding database.

However, Whaley told Business Insider he’s not worried about the sustainability MSCHF’s current way of business, and how the company can continue to scale. To the MSCHF team, the only opinion that matters is theirs, and their only goal is to get people to notice them — whether that attention is negative or not.

“If we can make people a fan of the brand and not the product, we can do whatever the f–k we want,” Greenberg, the head of commerce, told Business Insider. “We build what we want. We don’t care.”

There are times when this dissident outlook has gotten MSCHF in trouble from entities and companies that don’t share the same attitude. Slack shut down an open Slack workspace where anyone could compete in guessing the word of the day to win $1000. In its most blatant middle finger to the establishment, MSCHF created a shell restaurant called “The Blue Donkey”, where employees who pay for meals using company money or corporate perks could pretend to order “food” using an online delivery app, like Grubhub or Seamless. In actuality, those “food” orders were political donations to candidates with anti-corporate policies. Blue Donkey lasted only hours before it was shut down.

MSCHF has since committed itself to releasing a new product every two weeks: Its newest release is Clickswipe, a desktop app that swipes right on Tinder anytime you click the mouse on your computer. In line with its anti-establishment attitude, MSCHF only announces its products via text message (you can sign up for early access on its website). Despite their limited publicity, MSCHF frequently sells out their products — they only make 1,000 units — “in minutes,” Greenberg, the head of commerce, told Business Insider.

“We’re in this weird place where we’re not really thinking like a business,” Greenberg said. “We just do shit, and people buy our stuff.”

Apparently NIKE and MSCHF have been very busy creating and marketing shoes related to spiritual things.  Here is another one of their recent products:

The $3,000 Nike Air Max 97 ‘JesusShoes’ from MSCHF Are …

If those shoes—divine kicks created by the big man Himself—in (the amended) John 3:16 were real, they’d be the $1,425 “JesusShoes” from MSCHF, which sold out minutes after their release on Tuesday…
There are those who wear these things to mock the Christian Faith, but then there are those who foolishly believe that these are good and positive and not offensive to GOD at all.  Idiots!  How can they think that wearing these sneakers (which include scripture verses, and crucifixes) on their feet is not offensive?  Walking on symbols that represent things that are holy, is unholy.  And the crucifix is not a Christian symbol.  It is the Roman Catholic symbol because the Roman Priesthood believe that they sacrifice Jesus over and over again at their command.  Read their literature. 
Jesus CHRIST is risen folks!  He is alive and well and powerful.  AND, He is soon coming back for HIS faithful children.
Scripture verse on the side:  Matthew 14:25  “And in the fourth watch of the night Jesus went unto them, walking on the sea.”
HERE IS AN UNBOXING VIDEO OF THE JESUS SHOES.  I though you would like to see a video to get a clearer idea of what they look like and how they are presented.

By Omar Sanchez
March 26, 2021 at 12:09 AM EDT

After teasing the release with a breadcrumb trail on social media, the genre-bending rapper has finally unleashed his homage to the 2017 romantic drama Call Me By Your Name with its accompanying music video. It’s a journey of biblical proportions.

The music video finds Nas in a purple-drenched Garden of Eden as he’s seduced by a futuristic snake. He’s is then taken to trial for slipping into sin, but as the lyrics to the song relay, the concept of sinning is a rash judgment to be simply brushed off the shoulders: “You’re living in the dark boy / I cannot pretend / I’m not fazed / Don’t be here to sin / If you live in your garden / You know that you can call me what you want / Call me what you need.”

The visual, co-directed by Nas and Tanu Muino, then slides its way down south as the “Old Town Road” rapper rides a pole to the Devil’s fiery abode in a scene rivaling Jennifer Lopez‘s hot Hustlers routine.
Watch below at your own risk.  I advise that you Pray first.



The song was produced by Take a DayTrip, Omer Fedi, and Roy Enzo. Nas opened up about the release of “Montero” with a personal message to his fans. He dedicated the song to his childhood self (Nas’ birth name is Montero Lamar Hill). In the note, Nas looked back on the mental trials of coming out as gay at an early age.

“Dear 14-year-old Montero, I wrote a song with our name in it. It’s about a guy I met last summer. I know we promised to never come out publicly, I know we promised to never be ‘that’ type of gay person, I know we promised to die with the secret, but this will open doors for many other queer people to simply exist,” the note reads. “You see this is very scary for me, people will be angry, they will say I’m pushing an agenda. But the truth is, I am. The agenda to make people stay the f— out of other people’s lives and stop dictating who they should be. Sending you love from the future.”

This is Nas’s first single since last year’s winter bop “Holiday.” As a lead-up, Nas dropped the “Montero” artwork on social media, which features the Grammy-winning artist putting his own naughty spin on Michaelangelo’s iconic “The Creation of Adam” painting.


We should expect nothing more from NIKE a company that is named for a goddess.  So we have some knowledge of the the entities involved in the manufacture and sale of these Satan Shoes.  Let’s take a look at the product.


Satan Shoes


As the blood in the shoe flows back and forth you can see the little demon in the upper left corner of that channel.


Limited Edition of 666 Pairs of “Satan Shoes” with Real Human Blood to be Sold (bitchute.com)

First published at 00:57 UTC on March 27th, 2021.

Following the debut of his new single “Montero”, Lil Nas X has teamed up with MSCHF to release a limited quantity of “Satan Shoes”.
Price: $1,018


Nothing to see here, folks.

To Watch this Video on BITCHUTE: CLICK HERE



Apparently, this Satanic Shoe idea is not new.  I found, on line, tons of shoes created in a similar vein.  My how we have fallen.