Originally posted by drbatstein
Is the Olympics to teach us to compete with each other? To divide us and make us compete against our fellow man instead of working together? Is the
Olympics Games to divide and inspire the slaves, and make them into better slaves?
Why is it that in these times of economic crisis the Olympics Games hasn't been cancelled, somehow as if by magic an incredible sum of money
appears...shouldn't Greece get that money? In Greece they've got Engineering Graduates picking litter which they then exchange for food stamps.
Somethings not right here!
You make many good points (except maybe about Greece). It seems there's always money for HAARP's, Large Hadron Colliders, Military Expansion,
Olympic Games - but never money for food and shelter for people, or stopping all wars and pollution, and other problems. Never a penny for those
things - as if they are somehow much less important..
Interesting that you should mention "magic". I was curious about what the olympic ceremony was like, and whether anything disastrous happened yet,
so I bumped into this article about it:
I noticed that the word "magic" was mentioned not once, but at least twice (if not more, I didn't read it very thoroughly). I also noticed the word
"hell" mentioned, etc.
Then there was a mention of the Big Ben ringing it's bell for three (3) minutes, which hasn't happened since King George the sixth (6th) died.
So there was a ritual (ringing the bell, which is probably a very low in tune, bringing a specific 'vibe') that was last used at the time of
..of king GEORGE (we all know that 'George' is another name for the devil), the VI - sixth. There is the number 6 again. They really love that
number, don't they?
And three minutes.. they really love the number three. And so on.
Just a small article, and yet all these things jump into the viewer's face.
Then there's this bit:
and New Order fit the sparkle of the stadium and lift the mood.
Sparkle of the stadium? What is that supposed to mean? "New Order..lift the mood"? Like the mood was so down, people needed someone to lift it for
New Order? Can you get any more blatant than that?
The ceremony also celebrated the National Health Service by featuring a cast of 1,200 volunteers recruited from hospitals all over the
This seems to be military-lingo - RECRUITED from hospitals? Maybe it's my lack of understanding of the english language, but how do you 'recruit'
volunteers? Isn't that a contradiction in terms - an oxymoron? It's like "even if you are free, you are -recruited-, so actually you have no
Well, maybe I misunderstood that one.
As the show, said to be a quirky take on British life, began, its artistic director Danny Boyle pledged a ceremony with a theme of "this is
Why would it be QUIRKY? Who needs 'quirks' in an olympic event? Wouldn't that basically mean that they are mocking the British life?
"This is for everyone"? As in you have no choice again..? Maybe I am reading too much into it, but something really rebels in me agains that
sentiment - "This is for everyone"? What does that really mean? Why not say "Everyone can enjoy it", or something more 'free' like that - why
use those exact words, as if no one can escape it, and no one has a choice whether they want to accept it or not? A coincidence?
But basically that says that : "A quirky take of British life is for everyone" .. like "This is how you shall live from now on"..
The chairman of London 2012, Lord Coe, earlier told the BBC he was "as excited as hell"
A LORD talks about HELL, in the context of EXCITEMENT? This can't be just a coincidence anymore. Why would any civilized human being say something
like that? Who compares 'excitement' to 'hell'? Isn't hell supposed to be a place of torment and eternal misery? So he's actually tormented and
in misery? Or he thinks tormenting and creating misery is exciting?
The flame's trip around the UK ends with the lighting of the cauldron
This is my ignorance, but I was shocked to realize that it's actually called a "cauldron".. as in something a witch would use. Hardly very epic
'olympic' thing in my opinion. You could call it anything but a 'cauldron'...
Well, I won't go on, but it's interesting how these seemingly little things happen again and again and jump to the eyes until it really starts to
boggle the mind.
I mean, when you ask 'why', and you can't come up with a rational and sensible answer beyond the 'Illuminati conspiracy', it can be quite a