The 2012 Olympics opening ceremony appears to have been the most weird, over-the-top, and surreal in the history of the event. I say this based not on having watched it (because I don't partake in pop culture/mass media if I can help it) but on seeing many images, and reading and hearing many descriptions and impressions of it.
The picture above shows what some observer termed a 'Frankenbaby', which appeared in a tribute to Britain's National Health system, which also involved gaggles of children (appropriately diverse children, of course; British children cannot be depicted as White. That would exclude someone, wouldn't it?)
If anyone can explain the monstrous 'baby', or the children cavorting in a creepy, dark hospital ward, please help me out here. I have not read a satisfying explanation.
The mastermind or 'director' of this bizarre opening ceremony is Danny Boyle, of Irish parentage, and apparently it is in large part his vision of 'Britain' that is served up in the strange spectacle. Boyle is apparently a movie director, whose movies I haven't seen nor will I see.
In a 2007 interview, Boyle said he no longer practised Catholicism and described himself as a "spiritual atheist."
Boyle is a trustee of the UK-based, African arts charity Dramatic Need.''
Impeccable lefty globalist credentials there.
The LA Times writes of him:
''Boyle ("Slumdog Millionaire,""Trainspotting,""127 Hours") brought humor to the ceremonies with multiple movie clips, including a parody of "Chariots of Fire" with Rowan Atkinson's Mr. Bean and footage of Daniel Craig's James Bond dropping into the proceedings via helicopter with the Queen of England.
He also incorporated live music, energetic stagecraft and the remarkable costumes of longtime collaborator Suttirat Larlarb. His show managed to bring together athletics, a tribute to government-run healthcare and Mary Poppins in one event. Unlike director Zhang Yimou's elaborate but ultimately spotlessly clean work to launch 2008's Games in Beijing, Boyle's show, like his movies, was gritty, filled with smoke and steel, and populated with people of all ages, looks and ethnicities.''
And as if this isn't enough:
''His nothing-off-limits musical clips included classical music from the London Philharmonic Orchestra, plus songs from Queen, OMD, New Order, the Sex Pistols, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, David Bowie, Prodigy, the Specials and Muse. Boyle offered an odd salute to Tim Berners-Lee (introduced as the creator of the Internet, with no apologies to Al Gore), plus the Industrial Revolution and women’s suffrage.''
Of the Industrial Revolution segment, I have heard that there were black 'Industrialists' depicted. But that is not as insane as the scenes described as blacks and Moslems frolicking around a Maypole, or blacks in 16th century Britain.
Is this just triumphalism on the part of the multicultists, or is it an attempt to dupe the illiterate into thinking that this represents real English or British history and demographics? Or is it meant to anger the few aware ethnopatriots out there?
And why the obligatory scene of an interracial couple and their mixed child? Is this required now to be part of any entertainment or advertising?
And the LA Times article quotes the Tory politician Aidan Burley who made disparaging comments, which of course are being called 'racist'.
''On Twitter, Conservative Member of Parliament Adrian Burley (@AidanBurleyMP) called it "the most leftie opening ceremony I have ever seen -- more than Beijing, the capital of a communist state! Welfare tribute next?''Sadly he has since denied that he meant to criticize multiculturalism, but simply the way it was portrayed. And maybe he is being truthful; he may be a true-believing multiculturalist/globalist who simply lost his senses momentarily, then realized he had uttered forbidden thoughts.
Am I the only one who feels like the world has gone insane in recent times, and more so with each passing day? What's even worse is that there are still so many people who are so easily led that they truly do not see what those of us on the ethnopatriot side can see. How can citizens of the same country see the world in such starkly different ways?
This video about the 2012 Olympics and its one-world theme may be considered conspiracy-minded by some, but it includes a series of quotes towards the end which illustrate the mindset of those who are promoters of globalism/one-worldism and the anti-White agenda. The quotes, especially, make you stop and think. Maybe the old saying ''just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they're not out to get you" may be true after all.
Maybe the whole strange ritual is all geared towards 'sociopolitical messaging' in their Orwellian phrase, rather than just introducing athletes competing in the interest of ''international understanding and peace.''