We have arrived at the annual, long-anticipated SuperBowl Sunday, the U.S. A.’s biggest, baddest, most obscene “game” (cum expensive tickets, worldwide TV coverage, big time ads, legal and illegal betting, and, of course, half time (Satanic) display with mind-controlled actors). Wooee! Here’s where the so-called elite “lets them eat cake” —no, actually, chicken wings — this is from today’s local newspaper, front page:
Though I have never been within even shouting distance of those who do get themselves entranced (entertrained) by the Super Bowl ritual, apparently this headbutting, body crunching, deeply arousing(?) spectacle unrolls for seven out of ten American households, each member of which will stuff an average of 2400 calories in snacks in his or her mouth during the event. Oh yeah, and there’s the 51.1 million cases of beer and other astounding figures. Whatever it takes to get and keep the sheeple blotto, addled, and rah-rah distracted.
But as John Oliver says, imagine how this spectacle looks to the rest of the world. Imagine how our bloated, bloviating sports events are taken in by those whom we have bombed, droned, herded, ignored, destroyed, starved, scarfed up resources, instituted “capitalism” (i.e. massive loans by central banks for forced “infrastructure projects” at high interest that cannot be repaid), and just generally try, try, try — harder and harder, with now over 1000 military bases covering the whole world, to get our way, our swaggering, entitled, “exceptional” American way, everywhere on Mother Earth, and of course, secretly, in space above and beyond.
One interesting note: The SeaHawks coach Pete Carroll doesn’t believe the official lies about 9/11.
Let us hope the counter event being planned for today’s possible date with destiny (what false flag could possibly top it?) will indeed alter any larger predatory plans beyond those demonstrated by everyone who stuffs his or her mouth and mind with this annual surreal, phantasmagoric extravaganza.
I ask myself, “why am I still here?”
Yes, on days like today, I do wonder.