[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hwjn7dmApPM]Fixing the Game with guest Brian Tuohy
The individual is just one of the basic elements of freedom at large. If the social scientists who work for the global elite can find a way to de-intensify the influence of the individual on the public, they will. One way the globalists accomplish this group-think is through good old fashioned bread and circus. One of the modern versions of this is, of course, the NFL. Infowars welcomes guest Brian Tuohy, author of “The Fix Is In” to discuss the corruption inside the NFL. If you go along with this paradigm of illusion you will lose your liberty, freedom and individualism.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMbu-cdfdVI]Fixing the Game with guest Brian Tuohy part 2
TheAlexJonesChannel | Published on Feb 4, 2014
The second half of the interview with Brian Tuohy, author of “The Fix is In” about how professional sports can be and has been documented to be fixed. Corruption right out in the open and the dumbed down public celebrates their own blindness.
[5-minute satire video] Mark Dice: NFL Replacement Refs are Destroying America! — “If people got as mad about our government being hijacked by secret societies as they are about the Green Bay Packers losing a game over a bad call by some replacement refs, then maybe we wouldn’t be in the Great Recession and on the verge of disaster!”
Chuck Baldwin: America’s Bread And Circus Society — America’s Pastime Has Turned Into America’s Obsession. “If the people of the United States do not quickly repent of this madness, the consequences will be just as destructive for our once-great republic as it was for Rome”
Alex Jones: “It’s so frustrating because the average adult male knows all about football, but they don’t know how to be free men: ‘I don’t care bout dat, there gonna be football game on tonight.’ … And when you lose everything you got, just remember that you were told! … You will be judged by your own cowardice!”
[ video ] Feds Targeting Patriots & Christians?: People who are going to sporting events seem to be the most complacent about the rise of the police state. It’s easy to catch them up into an ‘Us vs. Them’ paradigm — ‘USA! USA!’ mentality — like you saw in Boston.