OK... I am a sucker for some big sporting events, and YES, I did watch yesterday's Super Bowl game between the New England Patriots and the New York Giants. I have to admit that I was hoping for the New York Giants to win the game (sorry Patriots fans...), and was glad that they came back in the second half and won the game in the 4th quarter.
But for the longest time, I have wondered about all the professional sports leagues, due to the fact that in some cases it definitely does seem that the "fix is in", and the game winners are selected long before the actual game takes place... It is also a fact that almost all professional sports franchises are owned and operated by powerful dual citizen Jews, such as Robert Kraft of the New England Patriots, who make a fortune entertaining the Gentiles....
It is also a fact that while the entire American economy is in mess, and the country could go to hell very shortly for a wide variety of reasons, it seems that rather than focus on these important issues, the American public would rather dull their minds by focusing in on sporting events.
Right now, I want to present the following fabulous new work from Les Visibles, from the website: "Reflections In A Petri Dish", at www.zippittydodah.blogspot.com, entitled "The Ice Is Thin And The Fix In". In this article, Les Visibles talks about the Super Bowl game, and focuses in on the horrendous half time show with the Kaballistic Madonna. I have that entire article right here, and I have some of my own comments to follow:
Monday, February 06, 2012
NTS Notes: In case anyone was wondering, I did watch just a few minutes of the half time show, but because I personally cannot stand Madonna, and the performance I did witness for those few minutes I thought was absolutely putrid, I turned the Talmud-Vision off for about 25 minutes and just relaxed until the second half started...I also wondered later about the outfit that she wore in her opening number and the "horned" head gear that she came on stage with... (some may attribute the horns to Satanic symbolism...)
I have looked upon most professional sports these days as more "bread and circuses" to entertain the masses and keep their focus on major issues that they so desperately must pay more attention to, and I am not swayed from that position.
Anyways.. With the completion of yesterday's Super Bowl game, the American public can hopefully get on to some serious pressing needs...Such as finally waking up and maybe stopping their criminal government from wanting to launch a war against the innocent nation of Iran?
More to come