Superstar Celine Dion has gone full-fledged social justice warrior and is doing what she can to usher in a gender-confused future for our children. And she’s starting with a creepy, creepy commercial advertising her new kids' clothing line.
The ad begins with Dion being tackled and handcuffed by a security guard.
Then it flashes back to her being driven in a car to a hospital as she monologues: “Our children. They are not really our children. As we are all just links in a never-ending chain.”
“But in reality, we are only a fraction of their universe,” she continues as, now dressed in black, she strides into a room full of newborns wrapped in pink and blue.
“We may thrust them forward into the future, but the course will always be theirs to choose,” she adds as she opens her black bag in the room, which has male and female restroom symbols on the wall.
Dion then blows a bunch of sparkly black and white dust into the air, transforming the gender symbols into first aid symbols and all the newborns’ clothes into androgynous black and white selections from her new clothing line. An eerie lullaby plays in the background.
Take a look:
The superstar explained more in a CNN interview, telling the story about when her twin boys wanted to be Minnie Mouse instead of Mickey at Disney World.
Confused at first, she then came to a realization that “It’s OK. You know why it’s OK? Because they’re talking, they’re finding themselves.”
“I’m not here, Celine Dion — singer who has three kids — who is going to tell the world right now, ‘You should do it this way, you should not do that, this is wrong.’ Listen, I’m not doing that,” she insisted.
But then she did just that.
“Listen, let them tell you what they feel like,” she instructed all the parents in the world. “You don’t want for them to have a problem of growth and say, ‘I’m supposed to be like that, I’m supposed to say that, I’m supposed to dress like this because I’m a guy? A boy?”
“No, no, you don’t know,” she informed, telling everyone they’re wrong for thinking that. “Let people be who they are as quick and as soon as possible.”
However, in a different part of the CNN interview, she said, "The message I'm trying to get across is you raise your children the way you want to raise your children. You have to decide what's right for them.”
But, you just said…
Her CELINUNUNU company’s co-founders continued the string of bizarre, contradictory statements, adding, "Fashion has power to shape people's mind. We're trying to shape the future of all human beings. Find your own individuality."
“We bring a new order as a concept into the world."
So, are you trying to shape people or let them be themselves? I’m totally confused.
The fashion website for her new babies and kids clothing lines features some of the most unhappy looking child models you’ll ever see wearing some of the drabbest attire you’ve ever seen — almost entirely in black and white with the most uninspired placements of letters, stars, skulls, and first aid symbols imaginable.
Check out her bewildering interview below: