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The 2012 Olympics Opening Performance, A Metaphoric Prophecy of What is to Come?

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There is a meme going around the Internet that draws parallels between the current Coronavirus pandemic and the 2012 Olympics opening performance in London. The 2012 Olympics being held in Britain highlighted British culture and heritage. Some believe that the performance was a precursor foretelling the current Coronavirus virus pandemic. Most would label the meme as Conspiritirial, but the parallels are striking. The performance was amazing and quite strange at the same time. Here is a tweet that seems to encourage this meme below: 

Conspiracy theory or not, what we can do is review the performance and see what messages or narratives the event was trying to portray, at least from one point of view. Often stories turn out to be metaphoric prophecies that do have some basis in factual human behavior. For example, two children fighting over a toy, a cheating relationship, or keeping up with the Jones. It is fairly easy to get prophetic about step-by-step events within a general theme – humans can be annoyingly repetitive. Historical events can be the same – see here an example of a repeating social-economic model – Tytler Cycle of Freedom. So let’s get into what the 2012 Olympic opening performance could have meant.

The performance starts in the early 1800s Britain and the amazing built up of the modern world via the Industrial Age. The Industrial Age is a period of history that encompasses the changes in economic and social organization that began around 1760 in Great Britain and later in other countries, characterized chiefly by the replacement of hand tools with power-driven machines such as the power loom and the steam engine, and by the concentration of industry in large establishments. It highlighted the capitalistic form of the economy dominated by mostly men and mostly shown in the performance as a dark grey time where only the rich did well and exploiting the poor, forgetting that all benefitted from this economic expansion. 

The story flow continues to expand, showing the many new innovations into the late 1800s through the early 1900s, driven by the rugged individualism brought by hard work and meritocracy. The rise of feminism via the Suffergate movement was also featured in the performance. A Suffragette was a member of a women’s organization in the early 20th century who, under the banner “Votes for Women,” fought for the right to vote in public elections. Could this be a forerunner of major changes to traditional families decades later? Surviving economic depressions and world wars, economic and cultural expansion continued. The innovation was tremendous. This brings the timeframe up to today. 

All things were wonderful. But there is an evil lurking that could stop this beautiful world. An evil that is invisible and could be just around the corner. The meme would say that this new evil is, the Coronavirus. Some have looked at the event’s stage and postulated that it even looks like a Coronavirus organism itself. Hmmm … this comparison is a bit of a stretch, but it makes a good story, and the picture is cool.

Who could have imagined an Olympic presentation of this magnitude featuring kids in hospital beds with aiding nurses with a towering ogre of a witch to bring terror and havoc to the population? Dancing to the rhythm of the music, little virus-like monsters descended on the children seeking who they could infect. It also infected the old as well. In the featured photograph of this post, the man stricken by the virus was none other than a prominent leader of society – Boris Johnson. The Coronavirus infected many public figures in government, business, and entertainment. This is to be able to show their stories and create more fear in the population. 

The performance was to celebrate the triumphs of government programs – the National Health Service (NHS) in Britain – socialism rocks. Nothing exudes more authority and appreciation than medical personnel. They keep us from the one thing that all humans eventual fear – death. The hidden message here is – we need the government to protect us from the hidden dangers of a deadly virus, Coronavirus. With a new even more dastardly virus, we need government even more. Of course, Olympic events are global. The Coronavirus is global. Why not have a global NHS? To the Olympic participating countries that don’t have an NHS, would it not make sense for a global government in a New Word Order to implement this? – to combat the global fear of Coronavirus? But to do this, everyone must surrender your individual sovereignty to obtain this security.

A house (or traditional families) featured prominently in the performance. At times it was being mocked as old fashion – something needing to be changed – but changed by what? Presenting, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web – positioned under the house. The Internet bringing the ability to enable the narrative via social media, even enforce the new change coming, as the singers chant, “We Shall Be Victorious.”

The social media bubbles show how cool it is to text your friends – of course, this is now history. The social media today is one of the tools intelligence agencies use to track people to convert believers and weed out non-believers. The performance continues in a rave type melodic music fest welcoming an “anything goes” theme – and if you don’t agree, you are the odd one out. The house is then whisked away to usher in this bright New World Order.

What saves the children and society from the evil? None other than Marry Poppins. Remember, Mary Poppins was a nanny, and she had magic powers. The performance showered the stage with these magical nannies. What could be more wholesome than Mary Poppins? – especially magical ones that will heal us. Singing, “Just a spoon full of sugar helps the medicine go down.” The sugar is state aid, and the medicine is the drugs sanctioned, maybe even imposed by the state to be a good citizen. Does this metaphoric medicine also mean socialism?

But what comes next? For those unbelievers, a second round of fear may need to be released on to the population. Smaller in scale but more deadly and targeted. The previous virus, though bad, it pales in comparison to the new one. Notice how these jumping monsters jump fearlessly in free-range mode … intermixing with the population with ease. Is this a new more virulent virus or a tracking vaccine to ensure compliance with the maximum fear narrative? Something to ponder on what comes next after Coronavirus.

Going down the rabbit hole all the way, take a look at the below symbol featured throughout the performance. The letter “Q.” What does this mean? A protectorate of the people from a potential overreach of government into a tyrannical statist Leftist regime? Are their groups well-positioned fighting good vs. evil that people simply are unaware of? We will let you take this part of the story from here. 

So is all this far fetched and conspiratorial? Perhaps, but what is your interpretation of the performance? The performance was definitely a commentary of the historical evolution of our Western society. The debate is only in the details and whether they are prophetic or not. We do remind you as we stated earlier, about metaphoric prophecies. They can be real. You may have already seen the performance, but here is the entire performance video:

The opening ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympics took place on the evening of Friday 27 July 2012 in the Olympic Stadium, London. As mandated by the Olympic Charter, the proceedings combined the formal ceremonial opening of this international sporting event (including welcoming speeches, hoisting of the flags, and the parade of athletes) with an artistic spectacle to showcase the host nation’s culture. The 2012 Games were formally opened by Queen Elizabeth II. The spectacle was entitled Isles of Wonder and directed by Academy Award-winning British film director Danny Boyle. Boyle was best known for “Trainspotting” and “Slumdog Millionaire.” But Boyle is part of the entertainment elite and very familiar with this ilk’s Leftist ideology.

Regardless of your opinion and interpretations of the event, the Olympic 2012 opening performance in London was entertaining. But don’t kid yourself that global messages are not embedded into these kinds of performances. Could the narrative be, free-market hardworking individual capitalism is bad? It exploits the poor and minorities. And there are a lot of terrible evils in the world that global governments can keep you safe from. It’s ok to give up your freedoms to a global socialist New World Order. Besides its fun and cool. Please add your thoughts in the comment section of this article on your view of the event.

 RWR original article syndication source.

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Bekah Lyons
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Ratz! I thought I hit 5 stars lol. This is such an incredible take on the issue. I think the perspective of the real history of capitalism v socialism and how each technological and industrial advancement faced those two economic paths is pertinent to present day. I truly try not to go down the rabbit hole on these sort of issues, however , I would not be honest if I did not admit that in hindsight this is simply to coincidental for me.

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Definite top down concepts/agendas being forced upon us in the opening ceremony. The global socialists use codes in a way to confuse most of us hoi polloi.
But their own arrogance and hypocrisy will lead to their undoing.