Sports, The Greatest Hypnotic Distraction?

How sports distraction may be single-handedly preventing mass awakening

Bernie Suarez
Activist Post

Picture a room full of people playing musical chairs. You hear the music playing and you observe the players walking around the chairs anxiously keeping an eye on the closest empty chair noting which chair each will try to sit in if and when the music stops. Have you played the game? Do you remember how engaged you were during the playing of the music? You knew exactly which direction to walk and you were paying close attention to the music waiting for the cutoff.

Similarly, sports in America and the accompanying culture of sports fanaticism plays people’s minds and continuously demands their focused emotional attention inning by inning, play by play. Sports fans respond to the constant sensational cycles of competition between individuals and/or teams, and the unavoidable emotional and psychological result of winning or losing.

Likewise, sports and the addiction to sports, like many other addictions, is a distraction diverting the attention of the participants from reality to the reality of the game and the emotional and psychological addictive benefits it guarantees. As the musical chair participants predictably walk in one direction careful not to miss a second or lose attention for fear of losing the game, so also do sports fans figuratively march in one direction; going along with the waves of storylines, latest scores and memes that the sports leagues throw at them on a daily, even hourly or minute-by-minute basis, careful not to miss a score, a game, or a big story.

The Sports Platform as a Tool

This sports platform provides a false reassurance and comfort for fans, assuring them that everything is great; everything is under control, come watch the game and relax (more on this later). The sports platform also teaches patrons to never question authority (umpires, referees or coaches), do as you are told, the government is a trustworthy system free or mostly free of corruption, the mass media reports factual truth, we only launch necessary wars to spread the message of freedom so you should honor the wars and the soldiers with season-long events and ceremonies before, during and after games; the war on terror is real because people who hate freedom America and liberty want to kill you; the government is your protector from these people who hate freedom and you should give up all your rights (and your guns) in return for personal government protection from this harm which is why you should support the idea of DHS, TSA and the militarized police state at stadiums and all over your local town.

Sports also teaches its patrons that they should be fearful, respectful and very thankful for the government’s commitment to your personal protection (police state gone nearly martial law); any opinions that don’t express full appreciation for this favor (the government is doing for you) is a voice of dissent which is disrespect, lawless, a lack of responsibility, dishonor, and even an act of violence or terrorism (Dissent = Terrorism). Sports fans are trained to appreciate these “values” early on, thus it is very easy to reinforce these ideas when you have someone’s attention every day.

Sports as a marketing propaganda platform

Browse any of the professional sports websites and notice the bombardment of U.S. Armed Forces advertisements as they lure you in to join the military. You will be a hero, the ad assures, joining and signing up is portrayed as a mark of wisdom, decisiveness, integrity, and true leadership. You want to travel and be a “Global force for good”? Then join the U.S. Navy because the U.S. Navy is apparently in charge of the globe. Why bother living a normal boring (or “civilian”) life when you can travel, have a full-time job, save money and learn leadership? They portray a heroic courageous warrior, not someone who will be asked to fight in illegal and immoral wars, disrupt lives, break apart families, disable, and murder others. From coast to coast this constant lying to the sports viewers and luring them into joining the military is one of many messages targeted at sports fans using clever and thought-out marketing propaganda tactics, and public relations campaigns.

You might say, it’s just marketing, right? Professional sports are targeting a market for their product; just like any other organization, they are recruiting and paying for advertisement space, right? So what is the big deal here?

Sports to control the masses

Why hasn’t America reached critical mass awakening? Consider that tens of millions of American sports fans are subjected to the daily influences of the powerful American sports programming. This system which covers scheduled cycles of physical competitions between athletes, is a powerful hypnotic tool. Studies and observations on human behavior show that humans respond to repetitive stimulus by adapting in many ways. This is known by many as the Repetition Principle of learning. Repetition is associated with, among other things, familiarity and thus comfort, mental adjustment and orientation and coping. Hitler once said “If you tell a big enough lie and tell it FREQUENTLY enough, it will be believed”. Regarding repetition Aristotle once said “it is frequent repetition that produces a natural tendency”.

Why the concern over the typical sports fan’s repeated exposure to planned stimuli? Because participants are constantly subjected to pro-government reinforced propaganda. These themes and memes are always on cue, nicely synchronized, and always endorse or reinforce whatever beliefs the establishment government wants you to believe. I’m reminded that the May 1, 2011 Bin Laden death hoax press release was first announced to ESPN watchers during a Sunday Night Major League Baseball game. The sports platform served as a convenient tool to legitimize the message they wanted to put out.

In this daily, repetitive, cyclic, and hypnotic platform of sports, other more subtle values and lessons are reinforced by the entire system. No one dares speak out against the system, no one dares to express any criticism about the government for fear of backlash. Every day we hear about an athlete being punished for something; either arrested, accused, murdered, sentenced, shot, suspended, fined, and ejected. The incidences of player punishments and the media coverage of these stories has been escalating in all the major sports for years. Some say it is good to see that players are not above the law, but it’s as much or more about making an example of these athletes as it is the quest for justice.

The objective appears to be about punishing players so the millions of young Americans see this and become more and more obedient (and fearful of government/authorities). The message to fans is that this is what happens to people who don’t obey. Players are also discouraged from speaking out against the control system, their private lives are now everyone’s business, and players must watch what comments they express on social media sites for fear of mass media criticism, suspensions, fines, and accusation of misconduct. These all serve as tools to condition the masses to obey.

Sports fans are likely to own and watch a significant amount of TV – in many cases including other TV programs – which are almost all designed to indoctrinate the way you think. Because they physically own and watch so much TV, many sports fans are positioned to digest the ideologies and marketing campaign schemes that are targeted at them. Wouldn’t you warn someone about standing in front of a target if you knew that the target was about to be used by nearby shooters? Likewise, sports fans, without realizing it, have unintentionally positioned themselves in the line of fire of the most expensive and sophisticated government propaganda campaigns ever, including the war on terror and the need to give up all your rights in order to benefit from government safety.

Unsuspected well-meaning sports fans don’t realize the degree to which their view of the world is influenced by the sports culture and the messages that sponsor those sporting events. They are unaware of the degree to which sports is serving a two-fold purpose for the emerging global government. One purpose is to make profit and the other is to provide entertainment to keep the patron coming back for more and thus continuously distract them from the real issues.

Sports and the false morality

Sports teaches that competition is good, and winning is the only thing that matters. Sports teaches self-denial and that team is more important than self in order to coordinate the defeat of another team. Yes, sports values are similar to military values. Sports has become another form of military training. Values are placed not in what is wrong or right, but on obeying a set of rules just as in military boot camp. This is all part of the sports false morality.

As mentioned above, sports fans watch their favorite players do as they are told, they don’t challenge authority or criticize the system in the same way that soldiers are taught not to complain. The system equates obedience with being respectful, honorable, and responsible. Someone who speaks out is disrespectful, a smart ass, immature, or perhaps a lunatic or a criminal.

Sports talk shows are powerful reinforcement platforms of government narratives and not about truth. Owned by the same corporate giants who own most of the media, sports talk shows have long been known for censoring truth from the communication airwaves. Try calling into a major sports network with real questions about freedom, tyranny, sports, and the global government agenda and see how far you get; you will be “off topic” and easily cut off.

Sports, hypnosis and social engineering

What we see is a carefully coordinated mass mind manipulation of sports fans that include the systematic, scheduled delivery of entertainment, distraction from real news, rechanneling of young male bravado, energy, and passion, and a scheduled feeding of government propaganda all so deeply embedded into the minds of sports fans that most of them don’t realize the how much they are being manipulated. They don’t realize the role sports has played in the social engineering of America.

Think of the Boston Red Sox honoring the victims of the Boston bombing and pushing the ‘Boston Strong’ marketing campaign to keep the false flag event in everyone’s mind and push the globalist agenda further. Was the Red Sox organization willing to lend a voice to those who doubted the official government version of the event or to lend a voice to those outraged by the unconstitutional ‘lock down’? How about the post-9/11 ceremonies that paralyzed the sports world in a whirlwind of emotional displays which went on for weeks. Will we ever really know how these 9/11 ceremonies triggered the anger and imagination of our youth into wanting to enlist in the military and wanting to kill Muslims for America? Consider the social engineering that took place in both cases, without actually saying it; the sports leagues cement the lies by not allowing critics to have a voice, giving the perception that critics are not welcomed, not appreciated, and are not entitled to a voice. In this manner the sports platforms act as ceremonies for socially cementing the lies told by government and media.

As the global government plans move forward and Americans wake up to the reality that America is hijacked by thugs who hate the Constitution and freedom, sports remain in the way of consciousness making it nearly impossible for tens millions of young men and women to think on their own for a moment, look around and see the crumbling nation that was once America the free. They continue to believe we are free because they hear the playing of the national anthem before every game and the PA announcer says we’re free. They accept their slavery at the hands of DHS because they hear the repeated voice coming from the PA system saying “See something say something”. They are encouraged that it’s okay to report your neighbor or a stranger to Big Brother for almost any reason that might seem even remotely suspicious. They won’t take a minute to think on their own, because after burning all their energy rooting for their favorite team or player there is hardly ever any time, energy, desire, or resources left to act upon any other cause like standing for freedom or the restoration of your country and the Constitution. No way.

The question (of defending freedom, liberty and the American Way) is extremely difficult to concentrate on. With so many neurological sensory patterns competing for the sports fan’s mind it is not easy to choose a paradigm that goes against all the stimulus patterns you the sports fan have been exposed to for so long. Knowing that taking a stand for freedom will make you stand out and will put you in a position of perceived unpopularity with your peers, your favorite team, your favorite player or the perceived opinion of the general masses makes your decision to stay uninvolved that much easier. The thought of enjoying the next game and being consumed in the rush that accompanies each game is more than enough for the typical sports fan to allow themselves to become a passive observer in this fight for truth, and consciousness. And just like that, the sports hypnotic spell goes on consuming all of the energy of our generation.

Will this cycle be broken? Will sports fans take a stand and realize that our team (of Constitution, liberty, freedom and America lovers) needs help spreading the message of freedom in America to defeat the agenda of the other team of people committed to the global government and the destruction of America, the Constitution, and freedom? If not, then what will it take for sports fans to wake up? This is a concerning question in a country where many sports fans are fanatically addicted to the cycles of competition in the same way addicts are addicted to gambling and alcohol.

Are you a sports fan who understands what is happening and are awakened to our fight for freedom, liberty and the American Way? Help spread this information and hopefully together we can all help break through the sports hypnosis that is stalling one of the great human awakenings of all time and that has a stranglehold on the heart and inner strength of America. Breaking through the sports hypnosis will hopefully fuel the passion for freedom in the hearts and minds of our youth including all of our star athletes around the country who have a lot to offer our country far beyond the endorsing of products to their fans. If you agree please share this article with sports fans and athletes alike.

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Bernie Suarez is an activist, critical thinker, radio host, musician, M.D, Veteran, lover of freedom and the Constitution, and creator of the Truth and Art TV project. He also has a background in psychology and highly recommends that everyone watch a documentary titled The Century of the Self. Bernie has concluded that the way to defeat the New World Order is to truly be the change that you want to see. Manifesting the solution and putting truth into action is the very thing that will defeat the globalists.

  • gobluespartyon

    I like watching sports & TV shows even for a couple of hours to not deal with what is going on in the world which I know about. But I don’t want to hear about doom & gloom 24/7.

    • Mike

      ie. you don’t want to know what’s really going on in the world. Sports are the matrix keeping you safe from knowing the truth.

  • gobluespartyon

    I bet you wouldn’t have the balls to ever say that to someone serving in the military out in public. You clearly have no decency to show disrespect for men & women serving overseas fighting for our freedom they deserve our thanks. You’re ungrateful American & a disgrace to the state of Michigan love it or leave it you clearly have no class unlike the military.

    • Jonah

      If it was truly about fighting for our freedom then the military would be guarding our borders. You’re a brainwashed zeolet


    this is hilarious. I watch sports almost everyday and am not like the brainwashed morons you explain here. Only someone who observes these things from a distance could make these conclusions. Most people are too busy working to even watch all these games anyway, so when they have a day off, they enjoy watching the local ballclub, or whoever they follow. Silly

    • Joe Hammerdink

      If you watch sports “everyday” then you are in fact brainwashed. The very act of watching every day tells us that. If they have a day off then they need to read a book, build something with their hands, or play with their kids. You know, get smarter and strengthen your family. Actual important stuff.

  • Endo

    I’m just here so I don’t get fined.

  • Joe Hammerdink

    Brainwashed. If you watch sports and actually care about who wins or loses you are part of the problem.

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