The Folly of Big-Time Sports: Real or Fake? (Part 2)

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From the Melanated Man:

Refer to previous post: The Folly of Big-Time Sports: The Introduction (Part 1)

Soooo…are the sports (football, basketball, baseball, hockey, soccer, etc.!) that we love to enjoy actually RIGGED (orchestrate, create a foregone conclusion)?

The answer is sort of complicated…It’s not as clear-cut, whereas wrestling is pretty much with a shadow of a doubt a big huge orchestration!

First, when it comes to understanding how sports are rigged naturally (which is unnoticed to the untrained eye) you have to first understand some important keywords:

  • Salary-cap: (native to professional sports) a rule that places a limit on the amount of money a team can spend on players salaries; intent is to encourage parity within the sports league .
  • Revenue-sharing: (native to professional and college sports) money generated from ticket, merchandise, sponsorship deals, etc by all teams in a league is shared amongst ALL teams; intent is to encourage parity within the sports league.
  • Parity: having equal talent spread amongst ALL teams.
  • Star-players who are the considered at the top of their athletic craft and marketed as such; help generate more revenue in comparison to lower caliber players
  • Fan, fanaticism: someone devoted enthusiastically to a sport or sports team, behavior that involves unchecked devotion or obsessive enthusiasm.
  • “Vegas”: legal and illegal gambling establishments that place betting lines on the games; you can place bets on the
  • Fantasy sports: online game where fans can create virtual teams of real professional teams, can play against other fans in virtual leagues for a chance to win money.

Let’s get started…

The myth that a salary cap creates parity in a league is just that…a MYTH!

Notice with Major League Baseball (MLB) teams such as the Kansas City Royals, San Francisco Giants, and St. Louis Cardinals have won three of the last four World Series titles. Not exactly *big market teams (generates big money) such as the New York Yankees or the Boston Red Sox.

Granted, the Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors (who have not won championships in at least four decades previously) were the NBA’s past two champions, but the NBA is a star-driven league unlike the MLB.

And as I discussed in the previous post, salary caps are only set up in leagues such as the NFL and NBA which are predominantly BLACK leagues. Would that still be the case if they were predominantly white?

Plus, regardless of who wins that mythical title of “best team” in either league, the revenue generated will be shared amongst ALL TEAMS. The supposedly have-nots will get their share of moolah whether they pull off a Cinderella miracle or they continue to languish in the doldrums as perennial failures.

When it boils down to it, it’s all about the MONEY!

Metaphysically speaking, it’s about CAPTURING THE ATTENTION OF THE MASSES!

“So if it doesn’t matter who wins the title, then there’s is no reason for sports leagues to “rig their product, right?”

But wait there’s more.

 

Interest and attention to sports is fed by the irrational emotions (fanaticism) of fans. This same type of behavior can be applied to bettors (mostly fans) when it comes to betting.

That’s where Vegas comes in. On the surface, Vegas uses all sorts of data that ranges from injuries and weather information to recent team success, team talent, or simply team emotion to determine their betting lines. They give off the illusion that they are concerned for their betting customers by providing this type of information.

But that’s a TRICK. Vegas knows that when it comes to gambling, most people ignore that information and “go with their gut”, or how they feel. And it’s easy to manipulate the emotions of the UNCONSCIOUS masses.

Again, the conditions are naturally (or intentionally) set for sports leagues to “rig”, or orchestrate, their games.

Have you ever heard of  the saying”the house always wins?” Well the house is Vegas, and the relationship between Vegas and all sports leagues is, under the table, of mutual interest when it comes to making MONEY.

Never mind the contentious relationship that is PORTRAYED (or orchestrated) in the MAINSTREAM MEDIA.

And we haven’t discussed fantasy sports, which now in cahoots legally (through sponsorship deals) with your major sports leagues including the Big Three (NFL, MLB, NBA.) This enterprise is based on mostly individual player performances.

It’s easy to promote which players (mostly your star players who drive the market) are going to perform well and those that are not on any given game day or night. Their performances can be easily manipulated to the untrained eye through the coach’s gameplans, injuries unknown to the fantasy owners, or simply by the emotions of the players themselves.

Just like gambling, this enterprise is fed by the emotions of the masses. Even though fantasy sports companies provide detailed analysis to their fantasy owner company to make an informed decision, it’s still a crap shoot. And the companies know that these fantasy owners are not that bright to think for themselves, so eventually they will revert and “go with their gut” anyway.

If you haven’t picked up on it, EMOTION is the key factor in all of this nonsense…

And entertainment is meant to create  desired EMOTIONAL RESPONSES!!

 

Still in disbelief that sports leagues set the stage, so to speak, for their entertainment product? Ask yourself this question for those of you who carry MELANIN

ARE ANY OF THESE ESTABLISHMENTS RUN BY MAJORITY BLACK-MELANATED ENTITIES?

Oh I forgot, race doesn’t exist.

 

(TO BE CONTINUED…)

 

 

Peace and Love to my melanated family,

The Melanated Man

 

 

Check out this website: http://thefixisin.net/

 

 

 

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21 thoughts on “The Folly of Big-Time Sports: Real or Fake? (Part 2)

  1. ” 
    Interest and attention to sports is fed by the irrational emotions (fanaticism) of fans. This same type of behavior can be applied to bettors (mostly fans) when it comes to betting.
    That’s where Vegas comes in. On the surface, Vegas uses all sorts of data that ranges from injuries and weather information to recent team success, team talent, or simply team emotion to determine their betting lines. They give off the illusion that they are concerned for their betting customers by providing this type of information.
    But that’s a TRICK. Vegas knows that when it comes to gambling, most people ignore that information and “go with their gut”, or how they feel. And it’s easy to manipulate the emotions of the UNCONSCIOUS masses.
    Again, the conditions are naturally (or intentionally) set for sports leagues to “rig”, or orchestrate, their games.
    Have you ever heard of  the saying”the house always wins?” Well the house is Vegas, and the relationship between Vegas and all sports leagues is, under the table, of mutual interest when it comes to making MONEY.
    Never mind the contentious relationship that is PORTRAYED (or orchestrated) in the MAINSTREAM MEDIA.”
    It’s all about the $$$$$$$$$$!!!! Vegas has to make that paper!lol

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    • Thanks man…It’s addictive, i don’t know how they do it. I was reading a article last week on how the NFL had lost 11% of its viewership from last year. Not surprised considering the current social climate.

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      • Yeah I’m not surprised either. There’s so much going on right now in the world. A lot of people are struggling to pay bills,getting laid off,collecting unemployment. How well your favorite sports team is doing becomes less a priority. I do watch the NFL from time to time. And I know the baseball World Series is going on at the moment. But it’s not the most important thing in the world to me. Like when I was younger.

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  2. Big news in the sports world. The Chicago Cubs win the World Series. Of course after looking at some numbers I knew something was a bit fishy. The news kept repeating that the Cubs haven’t won a series in 108 years. 1+8+9 Nine represents completion or end of something. 9 is seen as a very powerful number to these occultists. Which is why in baseball there are 9 positions and 9 innings. Also the famous Willis Tower has 108 floors.
    Also this was the 112th World Series. And the Cubs won on November 2 as in 11/2. Yeah it’s all scripted brother. There’s also a reason Michael Jordan won six championships and six MVP awards in Chicago. Chicagos zip code is 60606. In numerology you don’t count the zeros. So zip is 666! Mark of the Beast. Not a coincidence. Which is why artists like Kanye West,Common and Jennifer Hudson are all big stars from Chicago. Among many other celebs as well.
    Just to add,the World Series was a representation of the upcoming election. The Democratic convention was in Chicago. The Republican convention was in Cleveland back in July. The Cubs won the series which means Clinton will win the election. These evil bastards like to intertwine politics with sports. Why not? Since it’s all ochestrated theater anyway.lol
    Just a little food for thought. Peace.

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      • Yeah it’s crazy stuff! Even baseballs have 108 double stitches on them! Go google it and see.lol They hide it all in plain sight. Sometimes I feel like Neo in the Matrix. It’s taken me years of studying to get this good. But I haven’t mastered it yet. I want to get better. I have learned a lot from guys like RFG. He’s really good. But I’ve also got some numerology information from different sites and books. I just try to share knowledge that I think can wake up others. We are fed so many lies and half truths in history books and the media. It’s a slow progress to wake up from a zombie like state. I just want to do my part to spread the knowledge. And hopefully get others on the right path. They communicate through signs,symbols and numbers. Once you know what to look for…..you’re on your way.

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      • Trump or Hillary will be the 45th president, 4 + 5 = 9, 9 means completion in numerology, right? So what’s coming to an end, so to speak? I may be reaching but I thought that was kind of interesting. Just a thought.

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      • That’s right! You’re catching on! Just like 2016 is 2+1+6=9. It means completion or the end of a cycle. That’s why I’m so concerned for 2017. I fear something is on the horizon. Something not very good. Now that Trump will be president things will get very interesting.

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  4. It looks like the sports owners are getting a bit scared. They are realizing that people are waking up to the deception(fixed) in sports. In RFG Chosen One’s new video he talks about a newspaper article that claims an “amateur astrologer” says the stars and numbers show the Colts will beat the Vikings in Superbowl 51. It seems a lot of bets were placed on Colts as a result. Of course the Vegas mob can NOT have that. Which is why the Colts and Vikings both lost yesterday. Can you believe that? The powers that be actually changed the script because people figured it out! That’s pretty mind blowing! That shows that the sharing of information can change things. Check out the video. I was quite surprised by this. But this proves without a doubt that RFG is truly on to something.

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  5. Wow!! I’m shocked! I thought the Patriots would win for sure. But we must keep in mind that they can always flip the script if they want. And I think that’s what they did. According to my research the Patriots should’ve won for sure. But I think too many people are figuring out he games are orchestrated. So when things become too obvious they’ll change things up at the last minute. But I’m just glad Brady lost! LOL!! I can at least take some joy in that.lol Congrats to Philly. I’m sure the city is really happy about it.
    http://bleacherreport.com/live-blogs/super-bowl-52

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    • Yeah i bet masses believe this proves that NFL is not bias and rigged. Too many videos and people we’re questioning the legitimacy so they had go with the okie doke. I would hope people are not tricked by this, but I’m a foolish dreamer indeed. People continuously miss the true issue in all of this: irregardless if it’s rigged or not, by having your attention on mindless bullshit, they are stealing your time and energy. They’re called energy vampires for a reason! Smh

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      • That’s what I think too. People are starting to catch on. There’s a lot of videos on YouTube,Twitter and Facebook exposing the rigging. So by Eagles winning people say it can’t be rigged for Patriots since they lost. These puppeteers have been doing this a very long time. They know how to sway the opinions of the masses through control of the mainstream media on television and radio. But they always put in there symbols and numerology to leave their imprint. For instance,the last time Eagles vs Patriots was in 2005. That was 13 years ago. They love that number 13.lol And you can’t forget the masonic number 33. The final score was 41-33. You can’t make this stuff up lol

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