Uee’s a doll or an Illuminati mind controlled slave?
Uee of After School fame has been dolled up (pun intended) for the new issue of Elle Korea. Dolls have always symbolized alter personalities and being controlled by the elite for their purposes. It’s a staple in the entertainment industry all across the globe.
The above picture is of yesteryear supermodel Karen Mulder (the pose looks familiar, right?)
She famously went on french television (Everyone is talking about it) in 2002 and claimed that she had been raped by people in her model agency, politicians, royalty and other important figures for years. She also claimed that her own father had begun to rape and abuse her at the age of two. Read more about it here.
Instead of investigating her claims properly and bringing the suspects in question to justice: it was simply ignored. She was put into a psychiatric ward (often used as programming/torture places) in order for her programming (which naturally begins to falter at around the age of 30 – she was 33 at the time of the exposee) to be rebooted.
Back to Uee. She also known as the face of her group and is the main actress of the group. As I’ve stated before, actresses in South Korea are known to have to service influential older men in the business for more opportunities. Seeing as she’s a rookie actress and her company is very new, it wouldn’t be a stretch to say that she would be vulnerable to those situations, would it? Refer to the Jang Ja Yeon case for more information on the exploitation of performers in SK.
Her father is a famous coach for the Korean team ‘Heroes’. It’s a very severe accusation to call her a Monarch mind control slave because it implies that her father abused her from a very young age. And without evidence of any kind that is enough to be charged with defamation of character. All we can do is look at the symbolism and connect the dots accordingly.
Uee is far from the only performer in KPOP who uses Barbie/doll imagery. It’s everywhere in KPOP as it is a compliment in Korea to be called a doll/doll-like. Creepy.
Through carefully placed symbols we can determine who these performers are really working for. Uee is nothing but a pawn in the game. Being, at the very least, used as a distraction from things that really matter.