What possible connection could the NFL have with mass school shootings, one may respectfully ask? Although one would never normally connect the two, it turns out there is indeed a connection. Long ago, before Columbine, Sandy Hook, David Hogg and Parkland there was Charles Whitman – by now virtually forgotten – who with a rifle allegedly gunned down fourteen students at the University of Texas in 1966.
In a moment of what appeared to be a stream of consciousness, one’s memory was triggered by a clip from Stanley Kubrick’s Vietnam War epic “Full Metal Jacket.” One recalled that mid-way through the film, Lee Harvey Oswald and Charles Whitman were referenced as having been former United States Marines.
This immediately struck one as rather ironic, because although both men were referenced as genuine historical figures within the fictional context of a movie about a so-called ‘authentic’ historical event, Oswald and Whitman were no more real than the characters portrayed in Kubrick’s movie. But this is precisely how the ruling elites in control of Hollywood’s dream factory blur the perceptive lines between fact and fiction to perpetually confuse the minds of the masses.
And, this is precisely how the ruling elite Jesuit families prefer the masses they rule over to remain – confused, distracted, drunk, drugged, passive, obedient, and ultimately stupid.
And what exactly may this have to do with the NFL, I hear one impatiently inquire?
Well, it turns out folks the host actor portrayed mass murderer Charles Whitman once played professional football for the Detroit Lions while donning an official NFL jersey that sported the number 77! Continue reading “All along the black magic clock tower”