posted on Apr, 11 2011 @ 10:06 PM
I think it's a wasteful distraction that will be milked for every pound and penny possible. People will be spending their precious time and
hard-earned money on something that ultimately will not benefit them in any real way whatsoever.
Just the footprint created by this alone should be enough to cause people to rally against it. This type of thing is a relic of the past anyway in my
opinion. People can't seem to move forward due to these useless,outdated ways of thinking about society and hierarchical power structures.
Unfortunately, entertainment and related industries tend to make the most money when the times are the worst. People seek to escape from their woes
and this is just one more of those mega-events designed to distract people away from the real issues and keep everyone off-balance and complacent.
On a related note, I should like to point out that Jacques Cousteau (25 June 1997)and Princess Diana (31 August 1997) both died around the same time.
The world nearly drowned in it's own tears over Di, who in the end was nothing more than cheap tabloid fodder and made-for-tv drama, and
comparatively speaking there was a barely a sniffle or whimper over Cousteau's death.
THIS is the sad world we live in where glitz and the false hope of wealth and fame overshadows logic, reason and pursuit of real, meaningful goals to
help civilization and the planet prosper.
Welcome to Idiocracy, folks...