A picture is worth a thousand words, this much is true, and yet, the images produced by fashion photographer Terry Richardson seem to say only one: Degenerate. Born in the mid 1960s to a Jewish mother and a drug addicted gentile father, Terrence Richardson was always going to become a pornographer. Despite his claims to have desired a musical career, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, and between benders his father Bob Richardson would scoop up assignments shooting naked women for magazines.
So it’s no extraordinary twist of fate that Terry would shoot photos like the ones below for organizations such as American Apparel, Tom Ford, Sisley, and others.
However, Richardson isn’t just some obscure smut peddler who’s hiding in the shadows of society and living off the teat of the art world, no, he’s ingratiated himself into the upper echelons of civilization. If there’s someone being promoted in the mainstream media, there’s a good chance that Terry has taken their photo. From Barack Obama, to Miley Cyrus, Woody Allen, Oprah, Gavin McInnes and so many others, he’s accrued quite the collection of snapshots.
This is a man who gets around. One could accurately describe his career as prolific. What could account for such a remarkably successful life? Most of his photographs are taken in studios with relatively little variation regardless of the subject. In his own words, “I like using snapshot cameras because they’re idiot-proof. I have bad eyesight, and I’m no good at focusing big cameras…At the beginning, people laughed at me because I was using snappies. Sometimes, a celebrity would look at my camera and go, Oh, I’ve got one of those.” So here we have a professional photographer who primarily uses unremarkable technology and whose aesthetic can at best be described as smut. So why is he shaking hands with men who end up being elected into the highest offices of the land? Why is he rubbing shoulders with millionaires?
There’s no real explanation that’s given to the public, but there are clues. Below is a photo of Macaulay Culkin, a child actor known best for his Home Alone movies.
Saliva, or perhaps something else, dripping from his lips as he looks upward, shirtless. One could easily believe he just performed fellatio. A strange pose to give to a person known best around the world as a little boy. But a quote from Terry gives a little context to the situation, “It’s not who you know, it’s who you blow. I don’t have a hole in my jeans for nothing.” That’s not some sort of crude joke on his part, it’s not a metaphor, it’s 100% literal. Below are photos of various models blowing him, I’ve censored the images.
These pictures are public, and the girls in them are largely unknown, but ask around and you’ll start hearing rumors that Terry fucks everyone he photographs. A quick Google search will bring up countless news articles about sexual abuse allegations. In early 2018, it was announced that he was under investigation by the NYPD. All of this information is disturbing enough when one thinks about how he lives a life of luxury, but it gets worse. He’s taken numerous photos of actual children.
The child rape rampant in the world today seems to be an open secret. Halfheartedly the elites hide what they do, but at the same time they flaunt it. If you haven’t watched The Big Picture of Child Trafficking over at Renegade Vids yet, I suggest you do so now. There’s too much information to put into a single article, but it is all very real, and very scary.
From the synthetic sacrifice of Harvey Weinstein, to the hollow MeToo movement, the powers that be want people to think this stuff is being taken care of, that the swamp will be drained and the bad guys will be sent to prison. If only that were true. Richardson will face no consequences for his actions under the current system; they’ve been throwing fake investigations at him since the early 2000s. He photographed Barack Obama in 2007. Everyone knows, and has known, what sort of a person Terry is and yet he continues to work in the limelight.
All it takes for evil to prevail is for good people to sit on their asses and do nothing. The images you’ve seen in this article are just scratching the surface of the degeneracy that runs rampant in the world today. I think we’ve all done enough sitting. Now is the time to stand, because before you know it, the photos taken by Terry Richardson will begin to look tame.