Truth Shock TV made an excellent video, ‘Illuminati Secrets in Plain Sight‘ in which they explore how secrets are hidden in plain sight if you know the meaning. Some will discount the facts presented in the video because they don’t really want to know the truth, and will explain everything as an outlandish conspiracy theory. It is easier to believe that everything fits together like you are told and never question anything, but easier isn’t always right.
The video starts by defining ancient symbols, and then showing how many of the most recognizable logos allude to ancient Illuminati symbols from ancient Egypt. It wasn’t surprising that logos had symbolism, but it was surprising seeing the number of logos. It seems that all of the major corporations institute some form of symbolism, which became apparent when the logos were listed on pages. Some may not agree with the jump from Illuminati symbolism to Satan worship, and think this is a far fetched conspiracy theory. But the resemblance of the company logos to ancient symbols can’t be denied, so there is some type of alternate meaning, whether it is good or evil.
Watch Conspiracy Theory – Illuminati Secrets in Plain Sight
Kyrie Irving and Pepsi Max have released the latest installment of the Uncle Drew series, “Uncle Drew Chapter 3.” This time Drew is joined by his point guard ‘Lights’ played by Nate Robinson and ‘Betty Lou’ played by Maya Moore. The stories for Uncle Drew are getting more and more developed and this could eventually turn into something big. Enjoy “Uncle Drew: Chapter 3.”
Pepsi Max and Kyrie Irving teamed up for Uncle Drew Chapter 3. In this installment ‘Uncle Drew‘ finds his former point guard ‘Lights‘ at a jazz club, and recruits ‘Lights’ to join him in getting the team back together. ‘Lights’ played by Nate Robinson joins Uncle Drew in wrecking shop at the park. That was until ‘Betty Lou‘ arrived to get ‘Lights.’ In a surprise twist ‘Betty Lou‘ played by Maya Moore joined the boys in demolishing the competition. This “Uncle Drew” series is getting more and more complex, and it would not be surprising if it eventually became a television series or a movie. Kyrie Irving deserves props as he wrote and directed “Uncle Drew Chapter 3.”
Don Trip and Starlito visited Sway in the Morning to discuss their careers and perform 2 songs off of “Step Brothers 2″, which is now available on iTunes. People may not know but this is a lethal combination as both emcees had major label deals that for whatever reason didn’t work out. Don Trip bust on the scene in 2010 with the emotional ‘Letter To My Son‘ and Starlito has been around since 2005, so he is well established with true hip hop connoisseurs. Their deals may not have worked out but that is no indication of their skills because there is no questioning the talent.
Football helmets are advancing with Riddell unveiling its new football helmet with sensors. The sensors in the helmet will alert coaches and/or medical personnel when a player has a head trauma. The sensor will provide information on the specific player and how powerful a head trauma was received. It’s ironic that the helmet launch coincides with the NFL ending its official helmet deal with Riddell.
Its logical to wonder if concussions would have become a problem if there was competition among helmet manufacturers. Competition breeds innovation, and it is not far fetched to think that competition in the helmet industry would have led to safer helmets long ago if there was competition. The issue will be litigated in the court systems for years to come, but hopefully the next generation of helmets will make it to the NFL because the referees are taking too much control of the game in order to try to make it safer.
There have been reports that the United States drone strikes in Pakistan may constituted as war crimes by Amnesty International. Amnesty International is a group that draws attention to human rights abuses and attempts to use public opinion to correct injustices. It will be interesting to say the least to see how the American public responds to this story, or if the story even reaches the American public.
After all Americans are in favor of drone strikes because they feel like it means fewer troops that sent to battle. The U.S. is defending the drone strikes saying they don’t proceed unless there is no threat of civilian casualties, but CBS News reported that Human Rights Watch alleges 82 people, at least 57 civilians killed in drone strikes in Yemen between September 2012 and June 2013. It’s surprising that the U.S. took the stand that they don’t proceed unless there is no threat of civilian casualties because they are talking out of both sides of their mouth. If it’s a war on terror, and we know that war isn’t fair, then we understand what type of tactics are used.
It’s sad to say, but I don’t think this movement to stop the drone attacks will gain much steam, and the vicious cycle will continue. Family members of the innocents slain will continue the pipeline of ‘terrorists’ willing to die for American destruction.
Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless debate on ESPN First Take about the Indianapolis Colts win over Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. Skip was noticeably quiet because he was for the Broncos and all he could say was that he was wrong. But toward the end of the debate Stephen A. had an epiphany that summed up the problems that Peyton has in the big game. Stephen A. remembered what Joey Porter had to say about the Peyton Manning led Colts before a 2006 playoff game that the Steelers won. Porter said that the Colts didn’t want to play football, they wanted to make it a thinking man’s game instead of a physical game. Physical play has been the nemesis of every team Peyton Manning has been on. People forget, but the defense and running game carried the Colts to their lone Superbowl title. Stephen A. opined that maybe Peyton being so cerebral makes his teammates too cerebral when they need to be savages. The end won’t be known until the playoffs, but it will be fun talking about it until then.
TheTruthIsFullOfLies published this interesting video, Human Farming, on how a plantation owner used psychology to maximize his slave’s effort. The plantation owner had someone tell the slaves they were free to go, but they should stay for their own safety. Although nothing changed, the thought that they were considered free and equal must have been enough satisfaction. It was enough satisfaction that the slaves cheered when the slave who spoke the truth was beaten for his ‘crimes’. Most will miss the point and think African Americans just need to let that slavery thing go, but the allegory is that we are all slaves. If you work for a living then you are a slave, and should be able to relate in some sense to the video.
Nipsey Hussle a rapper from Los Angeles California is changing the landscape of rap/hip hop for the independent artist with his new release ‘Crenshaw‘. The ‘Crenshaw‘ release is so groundbreaking because Nipsey Hussle decided to focus on his core fans printing up 1000 advanced copies of the mixtape and selling copies for $100, which included an autograph and a ticket to a future concert. Some may have thought that he was extreme with the cost, but Jay Z, who is rumored to have purchased 100 copies himself, boosted the movement. It’s not surprising that even though mainstream media neglects California artists, they are still finding ways to make money.
Anyone that knows the history of hip hop knows that the California artists were the first to own their own labels, and show other artists how lucrative the music business could really be. Eazy E with Ruthless Records, E-40 with Sick Wid’ It Records, and eventually Suge Knight with Death Rows Records really demonstrated the kind of money that could be made in the music business. That success was eventually duplicated by Jay Z with Roc-a-Fella Records, Sean Combs with Bad Boy Records on the East Coast, Master P with No Limit Records, and Baby and Slim with Cash Money Records. Others have went on to branch out into other interests to make their businesses more lucrative, but there is no denying the early West Coast influence. Nipsey Hussle is no different because an independent artist making $100,000 in one day is definitely something, and people will take notice. Hussle cut the middleman out, and the music business may never be the same.
The media called to arms when Colts owner, Jim Irsay, called out Peyton Manning, so to speak, by pointing out for all the regular season success that the Indianapolis Colts had, they only won one Superbowl. Here is a transcript of the exchange from the USA Today article that got Irsay in trouble:
“We’ve changed our model a little bit, because we wanted more than one of these,” Irsay says, flicking up his right hand to show his Super Bowl XLI championship ring.
“(Tom) Brady never had consistent numbers, but he has three of these,” Irsay adds. “Pittsburgh had two, the Giants had two, Baltimore had two and we had one. That leaves you frustrated.
“You make the playoffs 11 times, and you’re out in the first round seven out of 11 times. You love to have the Star Wars numbers from Peyton and Marvin (Harrison) and Reggie (Wayne). Mostly, you love this.”
Then Irsay flicks up his right hand again.
It’s not as if Irsay said anything wrong because it’s proven that Peyton struggles in big games, but it’s like the old family secret that no one talks about. It’s not surprising that Jim Irsay was widely criticized for his statements, so it isn’t surprising he is backtracking now ‘clarifying’ his remarks. But his remarks have put the pressure squarely on Peyton Manning’s shoulders. Peyton needs to come up big because he had to take Irsay’s remarks personally. No one will ever mention it, but the defense and Bob Saunders spearheaded the Colts one Superbowl victory. Peyton knows this, and he knows Irsay is trying to get under his skin as even Tony Dungy observed. How will Peyton respond? Is this a new Peyton Manning? Will he become more ‘clutch’? But Peyton is in an interesting position because he can rewrite history, so to speak, by winning a Superbowl in Denver, and thus shedding the label that he doesn’t play big in big games. Manning’s return to Indianapolis will be a good indicator because the stakes are raised and this is more than just another regular season game. If the Denver Broncos are for real, they HAVE to show it against the Colts, and in a big way. Peyton Manning has more riding on this than his teammates may realize.