The Decline of Cabalistic Britannia at the Olympic Games. Observations

by Henry Bizon, July 30, 2012

I feel the need to share a couple of simple observations from the Olympic Games opening ceremony, which in the big picture may be small details, but on some level struck me as stronger signals or clues.

During the section, where more than 80 song fragments were played in celebration of England’s prolific musical legacy, I was startled at the inclusion of the Muse track called “Uprising”. At least one of the members of Muse is conversant with the New World Order agenda and this song is a very powerful rejection of their ideals and goals. The lyrics are explicitly a challenge to these heinous miscreants and they steamroller along, accompanied by a powerful musical anthem, which elicits a most triumphant feeling of assured victory. In fact, David Icke has used this very track to augment one of his videos. It is also my favourite Muse track.

Knowing how the Cabal manipulates public perception and opinion, especially in orchestrating their satanic rituals and the like, how did this self-inflicted wound get through the net? Here is a link to the music plus lyrics if you are not already familiar with this song:

A similar thing can be said for the inclusion of the Sex Pistols song called “God Save the Queen”, whose lyrics are anything but reverential. Here is a sample of the lyrics:

God save the queen
The fascist regime
They made you a moron
Potential H-bomb

God save the queen
She ain’t no human being
There is no future
In England’s dreaming

God save the queen
‘Cause tourists are money
And our figurehead
Is not what she seems

Is this a sign of the Cabal losing its grip and facing defeat? In any case, they do not appear to have full control of the energies shaping this Olympic event.

One look at the Queen, at any point during the ceremony, was enough to clearly witness a very unhappy, worried, distracted and fearful (defeated) individual, while the stupid media had to cover for her with inane comments about how she was enjoying the spectacle. The camera even caught her fidgeting with her fingernails – not the usual unflappable composure.

And what about the finale, when “Sir” Paul McCartney managed to mess up the introduction to “Hey Jude”, a song he has performed a million times over 42 years. Am I reading too much into all of this? I don’t think so. I think Heaven is pulling a few strings and even the great Paul McCartney is not exempt (sarcasm). Like it or not, he has been a useful tool of this establishment, testament to his knighthood and a less well known fact that the first Beatles tour of America was funded by The Tavistock Institute.

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