Preparations for the London Olympics have got people talking, but in a wrong kind of way. Here are some reasons why the upcoming London Olympics are not worth one minute of your time. These reasons may be applicable not just to the Olympics but to all forms of organized sports as well.
The Olympics are rooted in a tradition of political suppression
The Olympics originated in ancient Greece around the Seventh century BCE. The ruling elite of Greece, forerunners of the present-day Illuminati, saw the Olympics as an experiment in mass entertainment, which was necessary to keep their conquered citizenry distracted. The occasion of the Olympics was also used to further a pagan state religion, that ensured that the subject population remained permanently confused, and never managed to find their way to God. The successors of ancient Greece, the Romans, further developed this concept of mass entertainment by introducing gladiatorial combat, in which luckless slaves ended up being devoured by wild animals and prisoners fought each other to death. Were it not for the arrival of Christianity, this would have probably continued as an acceptable form of entertainment in the West. And with the decline of Christianity in the West, we are seeing a return of perverse forms of mass entertainment in which participants are degraded and dehumanised (Fear Factor, Big Brother, Repo Games, televised warfare). There is indication that mass entertainment ill go further downhill. For example, the highly publicised Hunger Games novels paint a future of a dystopian, post-apocalypse America where children are forced to participate in gladiatorial combat against each other.
Of course, the Olympics are unlikely to reintroduce gladiatorial combat any time soon. But their heritage as perverse forms of mass entertainment serving totalitarian pagan societies cannot be ignored.
The Olympic rings is an occult symbol which was initially popularized by the Nazis. Variants of the rings can be found in the symbols of several corporations that represent the Powers that Be.
The Olympics are a cover for the hidden Ruling Elite to meet and plan
The hidden Ruling Elite prefer not to have their meetings publicised. This is evident from the lengths they went to prevent the Bilderberg Convention of 2012 from gaining exposure. When the hidden Ruling Elite attend the Olympics, their presence is usually noted and photographed at the opening ceremony, after which they disappear from the public eye. Unlike their naive citizenry, they do not travel from far corners of the world to observe “sports.” They have important “business” to attend to.
At the Olympics, you are the one who is being played.
We are told that the Olympics are awarded to cities who fulfill bids for sports facilities. But a closer look at the cities that have been awarded the Olympics so far shows some correlation with the role those cities played in the then global politics. The most infamous case being that of the 1936 Berlin Summer Olympics. Was this the venue for the planning and coordination of the Second World War?, which commenced the month following the Olympics? It is important to note the role of the 1936 Berlin Summer Olympics as a gathering place for the hidden Ruling Elite, in a time when barriers to communication and travel seriously hindered the activities of globalist conspirators.
The Olympics are not Always Good for the Host Country
We are told that the Olympics bring in substantial tourist and advertising revenue for the host country. And therefore hosting the Olympics is a good economic decision. The problem is that the hidden Ruling Elite have little or no interest in the economic well-being of nations. And they force the Olympics on whichever nation that they control, and which best suits their current geopolitical intrigues.
A case point is the 2004 Athens Summer Olympics. This event was highly unpopular with the locals and the costs incurred may have contributed to the present-day bankruptcy of Greece.
The Olympics are not about Sportsmanship
Unlike machinery, the human body cannot be improved and modified to perform the same sport better and better. The records set in various sports are usually never broken. And when they are broken, the variation is usually trivial. But the Olympics was never about breaking and setting records for physical endurance. The main appeal of the Olympics is in cheering for one’s national team participating at an international level.
Obviously, this has nothing in common with “breaking records” or sportsmanship.Those cheering their national teams are not getting any exercise either, as they sit slumped in their seats snacking on junk food. To understand this phenomenon, a reading of George Orwell’s 1945 essay, The Sporting Spirit, is extremely necessary. To quote,
Nearly all the sports practised nowadays are competitive. You play to win, and the game has little meaning unless you do your utmost to win. On the village green, where you pick up sides and no feeling of local patriotism is involved. it is possible to play simply for the fun and exercise: but as soon as the question of prestige arises, as soon as you feel that you and some larger unit will be disgraced if you lose, the most savage combative instincts are aroused. Anyone who has played even in a school football match knows this. At the international level sport is frankly mimic warfare. But the significant thing is not the behaviour of the players but the attitude of the spectators: and, behind the spectators, of the nations who work themselves into furies over these absurd contests, and seriously believe — at any rate for short periods — that running, jumping and kicking a ball are tests of national virtue.
[……] Even in the English public schools the games cult did not start till the later part of the last century. Dr Arnold, generally regarded as the founder of the modern public school, looked on games as simply a waste of time. Then, chiefly in England and the United States, games were built up into a heavily-financed activity, capable of attracting vast crowds and rousing savage passions, and the infection spread from country to country. It is the most violently combative sports, football and boxing, that have spread the widest. There cannot be much doubt that the whole thing is bound up with the rise of nationalism — that is, with the lunatic modern habit of identifying oneself with large power units and seeing everything in terms of competitive prestige. Also, organised games are more likely to flourish in urban communities where the average human being lives a sedentary or at least a confined life, and does not get much opportunity for creative labour. In a rustic community a boy or young man works off a good deal of his surplus energy by walking, swimming, snowballing, climbing trees, riding horses, and by various sports involving cruelty to animals, such as fishing, cock-fighting and ferreting for rats. In a big town one must indulge in group activities if one wants an outlet for one’s physical strength or for one’s sadistic impulses. Games are taken seriously in London and New York, and they were taken seriously in Rome and Byzantium [……]
Sadly, running, jumping and kicking a ball have indeed become tests of national virtue. And significant amounts of public money are diverted into training people just to do that.
The London Olympics is Unusually Creepy
Symbols speak louder than words. The controversial logo of the 2012 Summer Olympics features the word “Zion.” The mascots have a single, cyclopean eye, resembling a camera shutter, and reflecting a society that has completely succumbed to the control grid. The lighting structures of the stadium resemble pyramids, complete with lighted capstones.
Speculation over the London Olympics being used as a venue for a staged false flag attack has exploded all over the Internet. In fact the volume of conspiracy theories now rivals that of the 2012 end-of-the-world predictions. Evidence has also emerged of unusual activity at the site of the Olympics. For example, Ben Fellows, who managed to infiltrate G4S, the security company responsible for the 2012 Olympics revealed that:
Metal detectors and body scanners were to be deactivated at peak times.
200,000 casket linings that can hold four dead bodies each had been shipped into London in preparation for the Games.
Thousands of foreign troops under the auspices of the United Nations had also been brought into London.
Plans for an evacuation of London in the aftermath of a deadly terrorist attack had been discussed at great length. G4S employees were briefed on the evacuation plan to a greater extent than the time spent on training them to conduct security screening.
We at Cabal Times vowed never to engage in the speculative, apocalyptic doom saying that characterizes so many conspiracy websites. But the staged-terrorism-in-London meme has reached such a crescendo that it can no longer be ignored. Even if the Olympics go well, this meme is likely to remerge later. And given the propagation of this meme in mass media, it is clear that the Powers That Be want us to be conditioned for some event in that ugly dystopian city. Based on what can be gathered,
A terrorist group cannot attack London alone. It is more likely that a puppet nation state(s) will be involved.
The most likely nation state would be a cornered regime in its death throes and with nothing to lose. A likely candidate is the Syrian regime of President Assad. President Assad has reportedly sent his family and near ones to Russia. He is also reported to have moved his nerve gas reserves (to where?).
In the interest of creating a global conflagration, it is likely that the nation state involved receives the backing of a global power, such as Russia, which has been a complete and utter tool of the Illuminati since its origin.
The staged-terrorism-in-London meme has been aggressively recycled in popular media. Variants of the meme point towards some kind of terrorist event in the London Underground and the targeting of landmarks such as the Big Ben.
And where does the “Zion” symbolism fit into this? To quote Barry Chamish,
We are truly in the war of Gog and Magog described by the prophets. It is actually encouraging to watch those said NATO forces on one side, and Russia, Iran and China on the other, at each others’ throats in Syria.
Only time will tell.