Thursday, April 21, 2011

Move Along, Nothing To See




"Most ignorance is vincible ignorance. We don't know because we don't want to know."


-Alduous Huxley (Author, 1894-1963)





The above picture is from the film The Naked Gun starring the late Leslie Nielsen. Immediately after a series of gigantic explosions, Lt. Frank Drebin (Nielsen's character) begins telling the gathered to, "Move along, nothing to see here!!," (click here to watch the 33 second scene).



Basically, this has been the technique employed by most officials in the Obama Administration, the corporate media, and the globalist groups who have dedicated themselves to promoting the New World Order through the chaos that they orchestrate and create. No mater how absurd, how stupid, how intellectually shallow, the moneyed powers have made sure to curtail the full extent of the destructive details caused by the financial crash of 2008. Bailouts and creating money out of thin air is a dangerous game, one that can have serious consequences. Though a number of factors can determine the fate of a failing company or person, the economic survival post-bailout is mostly determined by shadowy interests in the central banks. The financial masters, with their infinite wisdom for destruction, look at the business or industry and decide if pledging the subjects' tax dollars of their fiat money system is worth devoting to keep the business or industry afloat. Sometimes it is, sometimes it isn't.


"Two things only the people desire- bread and circuses."

-Juvenal (late 1st- early 2nd century, anno domini)


Companies like General Motors and Dominoes Pizza made the winning list. GM made it because to have it go under may have crashed the economy outright. Domino's was bailed out so that Monsanto could continue to collude with the FDA to try and stamp out small dairies. In the post-bailout world, there is a motive behind every taxpayer-funded industry, a method to their diabolical madness.

Professional sports has been hit by the economic downturn like everybody else. The moneyed powers keep the pro sports around because there is still cash flow in some larger markets.
Also, the circus allows the severely duped to continue on thinking nothing is the matter and all is solvent. Patrons are charged for parking, food and drink, merchandise, and allowed to associate themselves with a team. The corporate tyrants have brainwashed generations of men to worship professional sports and the players who play them. For the time being, this "tribal" association with a sports team has artificially substituted fulfilling the (typically male, though not exclusively male) acceptance need. Through economic tyranny, the financial masters are able to "
short-circuit the natural tendency for people to cooperate for their survival, and teach them to form teams based on domination and winning." Economic survival in the U.S.A. has reached such a pressure-packed, decadent, and confused state that fans of opposing teams actually physically harm each other terribly because of the differences. Just last month some Dodger fans beat the pulp out of a helpless Giant fan for no reason after a ballgame. The Giants fan remains in a medically-induced coma.

"With the lights out, it's less dangerous

Here we are now, entertain us


I feel stupid and contagious
Here we are now, entertain us"


-from the song Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana, 1992 (lyrics by Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic, Dave Grohl)

Yesterday, Major League Baseball announced they would assume the day-to-day operations of the Los Angeles Dodgers ballclub. though MLB gave the reason of a "complicated divorce" as the reason for taking the team over, the real reason is economic insolvency. Though the ballclub is ridiculously in debt (Commissioner Bud Selig allows teams to have as much debt as ten times operating income; or earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization). Owner Frank McCourt is miffed because other teams are in a similar position (see NY Mets, Texas Rangers, Chicago Cubs, the NBA's New Orleans Hornets) but the owners of those clubs were allowed to keep their team, even get loaned operating expenses by the MLB and NBA. Clearly, there is a unique form of favoritism happening in major circus markets. Sorry, Mr. McCourt, the direction you were taking the Dodgers isn't the direction the money masters have planned for one of baseball's most storied franchises. (pictured right: Reggie Jackson attempts to kill the Queen from The Naked Gun)




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