The play …

I did not watch the Saints/Rams game and so had not seen this play before today. It certainly adds fuel to the fire for those who think NFL games are fixed. This was blatant pass interference that the whole viewing audience saw. (Click on the “Watch on YouTube”link to see it.)

 

In fact, somehow some disgruntled fans in New Orleans managed to bring the matter to court, where a judge ruled that the law they invoked could not be used. There is still a class action lawsuit on behalf of season ticket holders. That will be interesting.

If I understand correctly, and I don’t know that I do, the NFL is a private business that sells entertainment. If it wants to fix its games, it can.

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    1. I’m leaning toward massive money-laundering business. Entertainment is the cover. Who’s going to rat out the “other” franchises if they’re all getting a cut? Round robin of stadium construction — concrete alone is in the billions, in aggregate — keeps everyone “in the game.”

      Stadium construction (construction is notorious tool of launderers) is above suspicion due to “public-private” extortion to “pay for it.” Salaries. Media rights. Bribes. Kickbacks. All, “too-big-to audit.” Never heard of an audit, yet.

      Compare to FIFA, which has already been fractionally exposed for laundering billions annually.

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      1. Sports bring in large revenue. All eyes are on it. What better way to make “plays” on the almighty buck other than the use of sports… it’s a powerful influence.

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    2. Professional sports is nothing but show business, staged show business. Professional athletes are mere entertainers, like clowns and magicians at the circus paid to put on a show.

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  1. The NFL blurred the line between it & the WWE. I stopped watching this sheet decades back. So when I hear this Tom Brady is playing in a 9th SB. my head hurts from how stupid the general public is. What are the odds of that being legitimate? And the symbols this Sunday shall be as obvious. Is there a FEMA like drill going on as well? TV said tonight that US Fighter Jets will be on stand down in Georgia Sunday. Opps, I mean stand by.

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    1. I went to a couple of Broncos games this year … a grandson thing. The military is all over the place. They send paratroopers in at the beginning, they do flyovers at kickoff, and they have men in uniform marching up and down the field during interminable commercial breaks. And they pay for it all. It does not cost the Broncos a penny. It is nationwide, all sports, and costs hundreds of millions. It is how they recruit wet-behind-the-ears kids to join up. What do the kids do when they become soldiers? Nothing. They travel, get food and housing, get brainwashed. I think the brainwashing, which is apparent all around me, is what is most important to them. Having a large percentage of former soldiers in the population, beady eyed and blank-brained, is a nice device ro keep regular people in line.

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      1. Come on, Mark. You know it’s a “grandpa thing” too. I have a few grand-children of my own. it’s sad there’s nothing much left to believe in. The world is so filled with such lies, deceit and corruption…This is all we have left to hold onto.

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    2. speaking of odds, what are the odds of an old quarterback (40 years old), immobile, slow goes 4 games in the post season with not one sack?

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  2. Ritualistic symbolism on steroids.

    Rams (Aires/sacrificed at the alter) vs. G.O.A.T. (“greatest 0f all time”)/Baphomets. Good vs. Evil. We’ll know at half time which will win out. The only more layered, symbolic. mumbo-jumbo than the annual Super Bowl happened in Switzerland at the Gotthard Base Tunnel ceremony in 2016. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NZCw5k6NaI

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  3. The money comes from where? What would be the tally say from just WWI to Monday the 4th 21019 spent by the swamp aka DC on the enforcers?

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  4. I take this to mean that it was intended that the Rams were going to be in the Super Bowl, and that not all players are in on the Fix when these games are rigged. Otherwise New Orleans would not have come so close to winning, fircing the referees to make that horrible non-call.

    Steve, I do not understand money laundering, how it might figure in. The game is a feast of riches for owners. They want New stadiums because the owners get to keep it 100% of the take from luxury boxes. Everything else has to be shared.

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    1. https://www.reuters.com/article/idINIndia-40735720090701 How does one value a football franchise? A stadium? Not a lot of “comparable” properties in the neighborhood for a proper appraisal. If I knew all the particular ways, I’d contract out to the (crooked) authorities supposedly regulating the sport(s) involved. What regulatory authority can’t be “bought” or stacked with foxes guarding the hen house? That’s why we have government agencies, to facilitate commerce/profit, is it not?

      Bigger the numbers, bigger the opportunity. Betting (legal and illegal) alone can generate huge windfalls, especially if the outcome is predetermined.

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  5. Mark you understand correctly. IMO “The Fix Is In” website and accompanying books authored by self-proclaimed #1 sports conspiracy theorist Brian Tuohy is Controlled Opposition. Brian even looks military. I exchanged enough emails with Brian and read enough of his books and website to conclude Controlled Opposition is exactly what he is, much like an Alex Jones who Brian seems to like which is telling as well. Better than nothing I guess for the skeptical sports fan who’s on the fence about rigged sports. In the end Brian has a way of making it all seem like it’s not so bad accepting the unacceptable we shouldn’t accept since the unacceptable is acceptable if you accept it as unacceptable.

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        1. that is interesting that you brought up the coin flip. I am glad you did.
          I thought about possible ways they fixed New England as the winner over the KC Chiefs.
          the coin flip is a brilliant way to fix games in overtime for the winner you want. did you see the actual coin after it was flipped at the chiefs patriots game. no you didn’t because they didn’t show it on tv. the Patriot guy yelled out his call and the ref yelled out what the coin flip was
          of course the team you want to win the game just so happens to win the coin toss, drive down the length of the field and score the winning touchdown without the other team getting to touch the ball.

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  6. You only need a few, well trained players (actors) refs (directors) to make the desired outcome a reality. Los Angeles is home to Ho::ywood. She (whore) was selected long before the playoffs. I find it astounding how you and the other older members here just refuse to ‘let go’ of the fantasy games being pure. Or at best saying only a few games are rigged. Most are still good wholesome Americana. And Steve-o is bingo on the graft in the building contracts & UNION’S kick back. Who pays the maintenance bills? Upgrades? With the symbols leaning hard to the darkest of evil, do not dismiss something like a real sacrifice within that ‘sports’ complex. Think ROMAN times….

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    1. I suppose it could be a show in a sport with so few games. My suspicion is that their objective is to keep the audience 1)gambling and 2) watching commercials, and are not so much about outcomes until it gets down to a few teams. Rams were obviously chosen.

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      1. Bingo ! Getting down to the last few games. That’s where the tension builds, and that’s where the money is. Could they fumble a few games along the way to get a projected outcome ? absolutely, I believe anything is possible. “But to fix the final game,as to who is going to win”….That would be playing with fire, Remember,”Three people can keep a secret…only if, “Two are dead”.

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  7. I am of the opinion all of sports is rigged. Every draft, personnel move, injury (impossible for us to know magnitude and/or if real/faked), every superstar created/fallen, every game, every year, all rigged, every time. Matter of fact I believe each season’s champions are known years in advance. What real skills has Tom Brady ever had besides being Matt Damon batched? None. Zero. He looks good in eye black and behind the podium. That’s why he was chosen. For his smile and his press conference abilities. He is a terrible actor on the field. His fake jubilation his fake dismay and fake ‘game face’ are embarassing.

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    1. That seems so much trouble to go to … why would they rig the Denver/Oakland game late in the year when both teams are long out of cintention? Just a little tinkering here and there, and they get the teams they want in place.

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      1. Odds makers & Vegas +rigged (any game) =more dollars for those in the know. A couple of phone calls prior to game will gain some favors for later.

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      2. I said, I believe anything is possible. I said they could fumble a game along the way in the “early stages” where it may not be noticed to give the advantage to another team…I never said the game is rigged. I said, it could be absolutely” possible” where money is involved. But I never said Denver/Oakland, or any other game was played out to to fall into a rig…or if in fact any game was ever rigged…aside from the 1919 world series.

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    2. Rico, I’m not looking to lock horns with you on this one..But do you know how ridiculous that sounds..really. What skills does Brady have, besides being a Matt Damon batched. Are you serious ? Have you ever really been to a pro- football game in your life…Let alone a Patriots game ? Have you ever been to a live game or watched Brady in action ? I have , and it’s not a “FAKE” press smile for the podium.

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  8. Keeping the actors tight to the script makes the Vegas gang profit far richer. Odds maker w/insider like knowledge? Priceless. So each game becomes more important to the lesser owners/cities that catch crumbs from the main table. Keeping them on a leash & a Scooby Snack, all good. ~9~ freaking times this Brady is allowed a SB appearance. That fact & the 1st clip of that OP video has me twisted tight on how truly brainwashed Joe Public is.

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    1. Sorry Motor, being Joe public, I have to disagree with you on this one, I’ve seen this one I’ve been there, and I’m only sorry I couldn’t be there due to prior commitments, as you know…We all have those.

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      1. We all know the game of life is rigged >>> But, if you go thru life thinkin’ everything is rigged…Hell, you won’t stand a chance..you’ll no longer be able to distinguish “fact from fiction”…You’ll no longer trust your” husband or wife.”..”Your Brother or Sister”…or anything in life…You will be, just another time in space, ..But if you’re fortunate you will live to see, another Super Bowl “53”.

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  9. Trigger man I can tell you’ve never played competitive sports. Especially football. How many trophies do you have? How many 1st Team All-League Pitcher as High School Junior awards do you have? How many Team MVP basketball trophies do you have? How many football trophies Quarterbacking your team to back to back undefeated championships with just one tie do you have? I am an athlete and I’m telling you Tom Brady has no real football skills. Can he scramble? No. Can he escape serious rush? No. Can he thread the needle on the run? No. Can he thread the needle without pressure? Doubtful. That’s why receivers always left wide open. Can he thread the needle with pressure? Very doubtful. That’s why receivers always left wide open. Can he throw the long bomb? Hell no. Toughness like Brett Favre? Unknown but doubtful. He only sticks his head into weak QB sneak. Can he read defenses? Unknown. Doesn’t have to. The league gives him all day to throw. Can he throw 15 yards accurately with no pressure? Yes & I would hope so. Can he throw to wide open receivers? Yes & I would hope so. Is he G.O.A.T. Yes if you are talking greatest overrated Quarterback of all time. Go ahead name his skills Triggerman especially in the face of adversity. Name one game where Brady and Brady alone won the game. Well. We’re waiting.

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    1. I don’t have time for this nonsense like you do, Rico. I’m out in the real world and I go to the “Big-Boy”games. I don’t sit in my living room and play “Arm-Chair” quarterback. I played sports as a kid and then moved on . I don’t claim to be an “MVP” in Baseball, Basketball,Football and every other competition under the sun like yourself. I’m almost sorry you’ve been so “Bitter and defeated”.

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      1. Poetry in motion alert projection is afoot.
        Watching Tommy Boy playing Tina Turner eating Mike & Ike’s is one thing. But Trigger Man for some reason when I picture you holding the Ace of Spades I’m more reminded of the fraternal twin movie Jack & Jill. Kinda like an elementary school recess that’s gone on too long, the shared placenta strained and those little bedwetters looking tired even when they’re in full comic dudgeon. It ain’t easy being me but it sure is fun.

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        1. I’m sure it ain’t easy being you,RICO..and I’m certain it hasn’t been fun being slapped around those school yards. laughed at all the way through high school and driven to to your seclusion where you hide away and pretend to be a superstar. watching world wrestling… Making believe you’re beating all your enemies. All sports are fake, But that FAKE – WW .wussy wrestling is real in “your world”, isn’t it RICO ?

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          1. So that’s your answer to my question what skills has Brady shown in the face of adversity? That’s your answer to naming any miracle signature game Brady won all by himself in the final minutes? Maybe if you spent a little less time giving motorhead all day & night the business about me you’d come up with something. Or send me a friend request on FB where you can see for yourself what a fake I am and perhaps big boy games willing help pull me out of my arm chair slump. Ron Dardis

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          2. We don’t need to answer the question of the skills of Brady, “in the face of adversity”. You have your opinion and I have mine. Therefore, we’d never reach an agreement. it’d only be a waste of time. However, you extended a hand and reached out, not to prove “your point”…But to prove yourself as a Man, as to who you are.
            and I couldn’t ask for more. That’s cool with me, is that cool with you, Rico ?

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  10. In Germany we also have big arenas for what you call soccer. Those are state controlled real estates. The state also has to support all necessary infrastructure, sufficient streets, parking places, public transportation, etc. All payed with taxpayers money. On a game day the trains are overfilled with fans, many of them behaving really badly. They bring their own alcohol, some fireworks. The day after the media usually complain about how much damage has been done. The same circus over and over again. Some of the fans come very well organized in groups. They chant slogans in the train in a scripted way. At least it is my impression that they had some practice in advance. The link you provided Mark looks very much like Captain Obvious. Except the money part. There is this illusion that it is a multi billion dollar business. The superstars show off with their big houses, cars, etc. Yet still, I’m not buying it. The only money it makes is from tickets and commercials. From this money all the necessities has to be payed. The maintenance has to be very expensive. IMO it is more like with art theaters which are officially heavily subsidized because they cannot make the money they need. Sports may be less dramatic but I’m still not buying the big money part of it. For instance the majority of the tickets is not very expensive. Rock concerts have a similar structure but there you won’t get any cheap tickets. Rock stars make their money on stage. They don’t get much from selling CD’s. Sport stars make some good money as long as they play but then they have to live from what’s left. Very few of them make it into media business and will pretend to be very rich for a bit longer. The majority disappears into oblivion, being only sometimes once again mentioned on their funerals. Their life is of no importance, their “big money” somehow lost. That’s why I don’t buy the big money part in the sports or where ever. How often did you hear about some former super star being broke and in debts? It’s a common thing, no? You you’ve made so many millions in a couple of years and it did not last for the rest of your life?

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  11. Mark,
    I was studying pictures of Victor Kiam and Robert Kraft.
    I believe they are one and the same.
    please check out pics of both guys, study them you will see they are the same

    i have more discoveries to share what is your email address

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  12. Davie B. I’m curious to hear more regarding your Victor Kiam/Robert Kraft discovery and the other discoveries you mention emailing Mark. And Triggerman thank you for realizing you’re Joe Public. I wasn’t sure if you knew how mainstream you dog paddle. To lock horns would equal pineapple express buzz kill am I right? Up in smoke? Seriously. And yes not only do I believe Tom Brady has average at best NFL QB skills and below average acting ability when it comes to expressing fake emotions before/during/after a game and behind the podium with his bleached smile, I’m going to take it a step further and say I also believe Brady is gay just like Rodgers & Aikman. All the signs are there. Russell Wilson too. Regardless Brady can’t carry any of their jocks. At least not on the football field.

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  13. The Fix is In guy may be controlled opposition. He always promotes gambling, booze and Christmas on his Twitter account. Does that make someone CO? Perhaps not, but he never seems to understand any conspiracies other than football. As with every good shill, he does disclose the truth. I recently emailed him asking if he was CO, no response. Everyone should send him an email and ask. I also emailed him a year ago asking a question about a game and he responded right away. Test him out!

    I suspect almost every game is fixed because there is so much money at stake with gambling. Also, most teams have a better home record which helps sell tickets. Plus they have to promote certain players to help sell jerseys. The league also helps to promote hoaxes. I suspect many players are involved with staged story-lines, such as drug use, assault, murder, flavor of the month, etc.

    I also think many players are gay and have famous beards as girlfriends and wives. How can it be that there are no openly gay star players? Aaron Rogers, Tom Brady, Russell Wilson, etc may be gay. This is how it goes…rich and famous people are known to be gay and have famous beards.

    The best way to get away with a big lie is to have as few people in on it as possible. Mind control works wonders. Perhaps no one in the know talks because it would break their contractual obligation. It seems impossible for TPTB to pull it off, but then again they are able to pull off big lies all the time.

    Many teams also win after some kind of major hoax or natural disaster. The Patriots won after 9/11. The Saints won after Katrina. There is also a correlation with new stadiums and Super Bowl appearances. There is a lot of staging going on which seems humanly impossible, but that is the world we live in.

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  14. Carol Lawyer thank you for your several tips of the hat rehashings of my just posted personal beliefs based on much study and heightened observations. Brian Tuohy understands all of it that is certain. Nobody writes the books he’s written and appears on others well-produced podcasts while referencing yesteryears and today’s cream of the crop copy without understanding his topic. In my experience with Brian the no reply means absolutely yes. When pushed Brian will reply by playing dumb or with absurd your guess is as good as mine comments. Brian defines C.O in that every year reads the exactly same with this guy. Same shit different day pass the beer nuts. I do respect him and am grateful to him nonetheless. Just as I am with POM and MMC. My life has changed for better without a doubt. I look up to Mark and the writers here at POM and MMC. All real courageous inspiring heroes in my book. Is it me or did you just come out of left field onto this site? Either way my guess is you’re actually male and for certain sensible regarding this posts material. Sports are rigged top to bottom period. In my opinion TPTB do not discriminate at all regarding anything on this earth.

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  15. Brian T. would be a ‘limited hangout’ as Dave Mc. is/was/still. Gives plenty, but steers the attention from the obvious at crunch time. The elite are so deep that Tom B. or is it ‘Tina’, is a relative to some serious blue bloodline’s right there in the ~New England~ ‘hood to boot. C’mon that final score of 13-3? Thats not in your face but upside your head. For some

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