Super Bowl 50: Glamorizing War and Murder

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.

Super Bowl 50: Illuminati Symbolism and Messages?

By Gina Flores

Editor at NoFakeNews

Plenty of Illuminati symbolism is offered to the masses at each Super Bowl. This is an annual circus and I am interested to see what is going to transpire at this year’s big game. I am here in Santa Clara to watch the game and cover the event for NoFakeNews.

Keep in mind that Super Bowl 50 will be watched by people all over the world. There will no doubt be encoded messages and symbols planted throughout the stadium. Can’t wait to see the halftime show/rituals for this year.

I am including two interesting videos below for our readers that deal with this topic.

Enjoy the game!

Football, Concussions and Repetitive Head Trauma

By Dr. John L. Reizer

Editor at

It’s  already September and in the United States that means it is football season again. I have to admit that I have been a big football fan for many years. I love to watch the sport and follow, pretty religiously, a particular professional team. I’ve been engaged in this strange obsession for a longtime.

Historically, there’s been some concern by the parents of young children and older, professional players about the dangers associated with contact sports and more specifically, concussions. I can remember listening to talk radio programs, many years ago, that were discussing the hypothetical dangers connected to soccer players that headed the ball repeatedly, and what that type of repetitive trauma might do, over time, to young athletes. Currently, there are a lot of articles being written about the dangers associated with playing American football and European futbol.

In my opinion, the concerns by parents and former players regarding repetitive head traumas coming from certain contact sports are absolutely warranted. These traumas can and do cause neurodegenerative disorders. Neurodegenerative disorders are conditions that affect the integrity of the human nervous system. As a doctor of chiropractic, I can tell you that interferences to the human nervous system can be a major cause of systemic disease in all human beings.

The nervous system is a very complex subject. In a nutshell, it is the conduit of life for all creatures. It allows vital instructions for health to be transmitted from the brain to its target organs, tissues, and cells which in turn provides each of us an opportunity to express our unique genetic potential through physical matter. A person’s health is very dependent on a properly functioning nervous system. It is, ultimately, a breakdown in neurological pathways that provide the necessary environment for the genesis of disease.

Repetitive trauma to the head and other parts of the human body, in my opinion, can cause a plethora of problems for the nervous system. Just from a chiropractic perspective, the amount of spinal misalignments that would most likely show up in the spines of players participating in football, as well as other sports, is incredibly high.

Spinal misalignments (also known as vertebral subluxations) can and regularly do interfere with the proper functioning of the human nervous system. Over time, a dysfunctional nervous system can lead to a less than optimal expression of health in the human body. In simple English, it means that a person with any interference to the nervous system would eventually become susceptible to numerous diseases, including autoimmune disorders.

There is extensive evidence, already on the books, that proves repetitive trauma to the head can cause neurodegenerative problems. When we examine the misfortunes of professional boxers like Muhammad Ali, that have experienced repetitive traumas to the head, we can begin to understand how devastating neurodegenerative disorders are to the overall physiological construct of the human body.

Unfortunately, most people think of neurodegenerative problems as being limited to the head. For the most part, that’s how they have been defined by the traditional health sources that people rely upon for their health information. But it’s important to keep in mind that the nervous system is very large and runs throughout the body. Anytime an organ is jarred or physically impacted in an injurious way, it creates far reaching effects for the entire nervous system. All organs, tissues, and cells must transmit and receive information to and from the brain via the nervous system. Messages of health run in afferent and efferent pathways and a disruption of communication in either direction can cause severe health related problems over time.

In my opinion neurodegenerative disorders stemming from cumulative head traumas/injuries are more likely than not to be the contributing factors in the genesis of Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, and a general decline in the body’s ability to maintain a properly functioning immune system.

What do you think about this subject?

Could The NFL Learn Something about Integrity from Little League Baseball?

By Dr. John L. Reizer

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Little League Baseball’s decision to strip the 2014 Little League U.S. National title from a Chicago team earlier this week speaks volumes about the organization’s desire to maintain the integrity of its tournament.

Sometimes the appropriate and most just decisions in life are not easily swallowed by the public and their elected officials. According to mainstream media sources, the Mayor of Chicago, Rahm Emanuel asked Little League International to reverse its recent and very unpopular decision to strip Jackie Robinson West of its 2014 U.S. title. Despite the strong insistence by the Mayor and others opposing Little League International’s decision, Little League Baseball refused to yield to public outcries and remains confident that they did what was necessary to maintain the integrity of their game.

According to Little League officials, the Chicago based team that had earned a trip to the International title game after becoming the 2014 U.S. National Champions had inappropriately placed three players on their squad that were ineligible. The players had come from localities that were outside the designated areas where the Chicago team could legally draw eligible players from. Quite simply written, they broke the rules and were forced to embrace the consequences that go along with such actions.

As a former Little League Champion (1975 – Second Base – Lakewood New Jersey), I applaud this decision and the people that had the guts not to fold in the face of strong opposition from the general public. When I played in this tournament in 1975, foreign teams had been excluded because there had been “dirty dealings” with regards to ineligible players being placed on certain teams.

Perhaps NFL commissioner, Roger Goodell and its 32 owners could learn a thing or two from the actions of Little League Baseball and its corporate offices. Does the NFL have the guts to strip a Super Bowl title from one of its teams if it found, through an independent investigation, the team in question intentionally supplied unauthorized or unapproved equipment for use in its games?

In the grand scheme of things, an unfair advantage in sports equates to cheating. Little League or professional sports, the rules should be followed and when they are not, the appropriate actions should be taken by league officials.

What do you think about this subject?


The NFL: Trying to Deflate a Potentially Big Problem

By Dr. John L. Reizer

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I don’t usually write about conspiracies that have to do with professional sports teams, but on this particular day I will make an exception.

On Sunday, January 18, 2015 the National Football League (NFL) held their American and National Football Conference Championship games. In the American Football Conference Championship game, the New England Patriots defeated the Indianapolis Colts by a score of 45 -7.

During the first half of play, members of the Indianapolis Colts alerted referees working the game that the footballs being used by the New England Patriots were possibly under inflated. The footballs were subsequently examined at the game’s halftime intermission by league officials and it was determined that 11 out of 12 balls being used by the New England Patriots team had a deflated air pressure of about 16% under the acceptable levels prescribed by the NFL.

According to NFL league rules, each football team is expected to supply 12 footballs for use during a game. When one team is on offense (possesses the ball) they use their own footballs and these different sets of footballs are interchanged throughout the game. Depending on what team is on offense ultimately determines which set of 12 footballs are being used on the field of play at any given time.

Prior to the start of any professional game, NFL officials weigh and check the pressure of the footballs to make sure they are in compliance with league specifications. Before the start of this particular game, all 24 balls were checked and approved by league officials for use during the championship contest. What this means is that sometime after the balls had been approved for use in the game, 11 out of 12 footballs the Patriots were using during the first half of the game had their air pressure deflated. Somebody from the Patriots team obviously doctored 11 footballs.

A deflated football is much easier to throw and catch. In other words the footballs used in this game by the New England Patriots were easier to throw and catch than the footballs that were used by the Indianapolis Colts.

The New England Patriots organization has denied any wrongdoing regarding the deflation of footballs in the championship game. As of the writing of this article, the NFL is investigating the deflated football incident.

Most people will look at this sports controversy and shrug it off as something that is really not that important. Many people have weighed in on social media websites writing that this is only a silly football game. But the truth about the matter at hand is that the NFL is one of the biggest and most successful businesses in the world. It is a multibillion dollar industry that is intimately tied to the legalized gambling industry. It is, in reality, much more than just a game.

The NFL regularly markets its product as something that is wholesome and filled with integrity. They have gone to great lengths to give the impression to fans and followers that all games are fair and that no competitive edges are granted to any teams within the league.

In the past, the New England Patriots were found guilty by the NFL to have conducted activities that have given them an unfair competitive advantage over another opponent. There is a history and culture associated with this professional sports franchise that questions their overall integrity when it comes to playing within the rules.

Traditionally, the NFL imposes monetary fines on teams and players that break the rules established by the league. In this situation, specific members of the Patriots cannot be blamed or fined because there is no evidence of any wrongdoing being performed by a coach, a player, or an equipment manager. If no one is willing to come forward and take responsibility for deflating the balls, it is impossible to know who was responsible for what happened.

In my opinion, the league must punish the Patriots collectively as an organization. Imposing fines and other monetary penalties on people that are multibillionaires and multimillionaires is useless. A stronger message must be sent by the league to the New England Patriots and any other teams that do not play by the rules.

In other sports, when players use ineligible equipment or use ineligible players during a specific contest they forfeit the game in question. If a professional golfer is found to use an illegal golf club or an illegal golf ball, they would be disqualified from the match.

In college athletics, players that are found to be ineligible and still play in games are disciplined and the teams they play for automatically lose credit for any wins that might have been accomplished where ineligible players participated.

If the NFL really wants to do the right thing, it should strip the Patriots of their win in the championship game because they played a game with equipment that was not league approved. This decision should not be based on anything other than the fact that the footballs used were substandard according to league rules and that the Patriots like all other teams have a responsibility to make sure their equipment is up to the league standards. Ignorance is not an excuse and no exceptions should be made when it comes to a league maintaining the integrity of its games.

What do you think about this subject?