By Gina Flores
Editor at NoFakeNews
I just returned from watching Super Bowl 50 in Santa Clara, California. I was given a pair of tickets by a business associate and decided what the hell, let me check out this event. I have to admit that I was very much in awe over the entire production. People in America are completely nuts when it comes to the NFL and professional football. The stadium was packed and the seats weren’t cheap. This was definitely a venue for the very affluent.
San Francisco is a very nice city and there was plenty to do between all the pregame related activities that were taking place during the week leading up to the big event and the normal nightlife that routinely occurs in a big city.
The actual game was not a big deal for me. I couldn’t care less about the Denver Broncos or Carolina Panthers even though I frequently visit Charlotte, NC and Spartanburg, SC on business related activities. Charlotte is the home of the Panthers and Spartanburg (Wofford College) is where the Panthers practice every summer before the regular season commences.
The things I paid attention to were the Illuminati symbols being displayed during the halftime show and the incredible amount of military presence at and around the stadium. I have never seen anything like that before. I had read articles that alluded to how the NFL was in bed with the military industrial complex, but until you witness this circus in real life, you cannot appreciate how true these claims are.
The NFL completely glamorizes war and murder. It was a nauseating scene. The US military has without a doubt partnered with the National Football League in an effort to mass market murder and war to very impressionable young people.
There were soldiers wearing military attire standing at attention inside the stadium. There was an obligatory military flyover by the air force during the National Anthem and there was a parade of military vehicles outside the stadium. The scenes at Levi Stadium were surreal, yet they were in fact, very real and very disturbing to anyone that attended this game and had two functioning brain cells.
The NFL and US Government are complicit in selling a sick and perverted message to young Americans that war and football are the same glorious thing. They are doing this jointly through an aggressive marketing campaign that allows for the presence of military personnel at all regular season games and by the NFL receiving advertising dollars from the military that allows for a constant barrage of commercials on television. They are telling young people that if they want to be on a football team in the NFL and don’t have the skillset to do so, they can join the armed services and be a part of a greater team. Be all that you can be – a hero!
On a happier note, I am glad to be back home in Atlanta with my family.