Olympics Hype Highlights Grim Reality

henrymakow.com — August 7, 2016

rio olympics fist

They even had a sculpture of a fist, the symbol for communist fight for the cause of impoverished although their needs are blatantly ignored. Click to enlarge

The citizen is told he is participating in a new paradisiacal world while the global satanic elite steals his freedoms, his rights and his money. 
Brazil presents a fiction of a tropical paradise, with beautiful women and a happy, amoral people content in their submission to the global leaders. 
Passivity is the keyword here. 
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Already long ago, from when we sold our vote to no man, the People have abdicated our duties; for the People who once upon a time handed out military command, high civil office, legions — everything, now restrains itself and anxiously hopes for just two things: bread and circuses (panem et circenses).
Juvenal – Roman Poet – 100 AD

by Marcos — (henrymakow.com) 

The Hype

The Games have begun and what we saw was the usual globalist garbage in the ragamuffin Opening Ceremony.
Lots of Marxist discourse, the usual occult symbols and Brazil being presented as an “exotic” place where poor promiscuous people are happy living in favelas (slums) and smelling the scents of the tropical jungle, like little monkeys eating bananas and fornicating with each other. This was followed by globalist warnings about climate change, sustainability and support for the “refugees” problem. The Olympic pyre was made smaller so it would consume less fossil fuel.
Since this ceremony was planned by the now defunct Marxist government, the whole discourse was leftist: two corny singers who are staunch supporters of the Workers Party (and who received lots of money from the government), one of them a former minister of Culture. Defense of the rights of blacks and indians, feminism, and even a scenario of favelas instead of the classic Sugar Loaf mountain and Christ the Redeemer.
During the scene celebrating the building of our people, Italian, German and other European immigrants were left out. The spectator would think that Brazil was created by indians, blacks and, ironically, Japanese people only.
Was it a party or a political rally?



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