Professional sports around the world all have something in common
- One way to keep people distracted
- Continuous worldwide distractions from sports
- If you break down the business plan of NFL football it looks like this
When you look at professional sports around the world they all have something in common. They are multi-billion dollar business. Not designed as just an entertainment distraction but as a high-profit business.
One way to keep people distracted from what’s really going on in the world behind the scenes being orchestrated by the power elite of the world is to provide a powerful distraction every weekend and in between weekends. The Romans did it with the games in the coliseums where the peasants came and ate free bread and drank wine. Keeping the fans drunk and full always seemed to work as a formula. Nothing has changed in hundreds and hundreds of years.
Each major sport has its own season and therefore, there are continuous worldwide distractions from sports. There’s never a lull or stop in the business of sports. Right now you are in the beginnings of the NFL professional football season. Football is something the true fans live for all year long until the weather starts to turn cooler. This football habit has been ingrained into them since they played football as a child, maybe in grade school, or junior high, then high school, then college, then afterwards some even made it to the pros. The sport appealed to macho instincts. The ones who didn’t play past school became fanatical fans.
If you break down the business plan of NFL football it looks like this. Multi-millionaire athletes dressed in spandex playing the same game you played as a child. The fans are drawn in by the competitive aspect of different cities’ teams. Fans act as if they have some real connection to “their” team. This creates an illusion of belonging to something. Once this attachment is in place you are now committed emotionally and financially to your team, which keeps the multi-billion dollar operation going. You will fight for your team emotionally and spend thousands of dollars to get together, go to games, buy league jerseys and memorabilia and spend entire days or weekends having parties with like-minded fans. This is control at the highest levels and it’s not any different in any other sport. The fanatical fan has an illusory attachment emotionally and financially to people who are actors on a stage that draw them in, all for the benefit of the billions of dollars in profit to those who produce these events.
QUESTION: What should readers take away from this message today?
ANSWER: Think of what your life would be like if you didn’t have any professional sports to follow. Would you look for other illusions?
QUESTION: Why is this information timely?
ANSWER: This information is timely because as times got more dire the Roman coliseums filled up to the brim.
QUESTION: How can readers best apply this information to their lives right now?
ANSWER: Think of all the things you could be doing for yourself and the world if you weren’t so distracted by sports.
COMMENTARY: Sports will be the big financial player in the years to come as the economies around the world continue to suffer. It’s a situation where people can get drunk and go crazy, venting their frustrations over these games and fighting with fans whose allegiance is with the opposing team. It would be great if that was the solution to their weekly tension and stress, but no sooner than one game ends another is starting. It’s a manic ride that becomes their life. No wonder there’s so much more stress in the world and people are ready to lash out at others over something so ridiculous as what group of multi-millionaires you support.
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