Joyanna Adams

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How Can We Have a ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT When the French go Nuts?

Nobody’s Opinion

Have you SEEN all the French waving their E.U. flags after their big soccer world cup win? Neither have I. But who knew there were SO many people crazy about their country and their flag?

The French won the world cup. Watching that big crowd celebrating in France makes me wonder: Has it been THAT long since these people had a reason to celebrate? Isn’t this…ummm…uh...nationalism on display?

Is this picture not a support for nationalism? Isn’t ‘nationalism’ a dirty word now?

I’m been searching these pictures coming out of France, and I don’t see too many Muslims waving the French flag…do you?

It doesn’t matter who you are or what country you are from: very few people do NOT follow some kind of sport.

It’s a funny thing about sports fans. Last time I visited my doctor, he had a bow tie on with his favorite team’s logo: THE RAMS. Too bad they moved out of St. Louis, poor guy must get on a plane and go see them.

It’s also strange when your doctor confesses that he doesn’t know WHY he gets so sad when his team loses. It makes no sense to him.
I’ve often wondered about this myself, being as once upon a time I was absolutely hooked on the St. Louis Cardinals, back in the 1980s when they had Ozzie Smith doing flips, and Willie McGee stealing bases, and Jack Clark, (the last of the no-steroids batters) hitting REAL home runs.

“Yes, I know what you mean.” I said. “I had to go cold turkey on baseball. Four hours out of my day was getting ridiculous.”
I told him, I think the reason people get so hooked on their ‘teams’ is because the REAL world is so unfair, but in sports, the rules apply to everyone. No one can cheat. And everyone imagines what it must be like to be the hero. Not to mention, the sheer amazement at witnessing humans sometimes doing what seems to be the impossible: It’s the big rush of ‘hope’ that we all need to help us get through the drudgery of our jobs, our debt problems, our aging parents, sickness and deaths in the family…you always know that next season, your team will have another shot at the championship. It’s the hope that ….just wait till NEXT year, I will win like my team.

It’s hope at it’s best. It’s the human spirit alive and well for a few hours of escape.

And that’s why when the American football players used the game to express their anger, they took away the fan’s hope. Who want to go to a football game and be made to feel like a piece of shit? Hey, they are there to make US feel better. How dare they.

I also wonder why the owners of the NFL let their players ruin their profits and bottom lines? Nobody else selling a product would even think of that.

But what IF…the elites of the world really do want a global government? (We know they do.) Then soccer must come to take over football in America as the biggest sport. That way, we could play other nations rather than other cities…make us feel more like “global citizens.”

I’m sure the NFL owners could just as easily own a soccer team. The fields are all there.

Did you notice that for the first time in America’s history, soccer was played daily on many of our local and cable stations? Did you notice that the games were being announced every hour by whomever you were listening too?

Did you care a hoot about it? Yeah, me neither. But it was a first…Why should we care about the soccer world cup when we weren’t even in it?

So tell me: How are the elites who are trying to make this a ‘diverse’ world, going to get all the nations to stop celebrating their ‘heritage’ or their ‘country, when they are determined to make soccer the unifying element for the world of sports?

Or is the plan to let us all get out our ‘competition’ natural proclivities on the field of sports…like in old Rome, as a distraction to what they are really doing to us?

Okay, it’s a theory. Humans thrive on competition, and the politicians are scraping that wonderful human trait out of our society. Everyone in grade school now gets the star. Nobody can ‘excel’, anymore. But if our team wins: Then so do we.

Hey, how else did we make it to the moon? We had to beat the Russians. Want to get something done: competition.

It’s that simple. It’s also why America loves President Trump: He’s out to win. Not “get along.”

Or is it just the fact that people just want to celebrate?

Maybe I’m overthinking this.

Think I’ll go watch “The Hunger Games.”

July 15, 2018 - Posted by | Sports, Uncategorized | ,

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