Aug. 13: Olympics Second Most-Watched Event in US TV History
The 2012 London Olympics were the second most watched event in American TV history, early Nielsen ratings show….
A total of 210.5 million people tuned in to catch the 2012 London Olympics on the first 14 days, across NBCUniversal’s networks that include NBC, NBC Sports Network, MSNBC, CNBC, Telemundo and Bravo.
The 2012 viewership surpassed the audience of 209 million who watched the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, but lagged behind the 215 million U.S. viewers for the 2008 Beijing Games.
By the time you add in all the people in other countries, proudly following the Olympic Games to see how their athletes performed, the number of viewers could be well over half a billion people.
No other media event on Earth — at least so far — has ever attracted this many viewers. If you wanted to advertise the existence of a vast, secretive, super-wealthy cult to as many people as possible, this would be the best way to do it.
Despite the massive potential for misunderstanding and the obvious scrutiny of every detail, what we saw was an incredibly blatant display of weird, occult symbolism — both before and especially after the Games.
Yes… it does seem like a comic-book storyline, pulled right out of a silly B movie script.
Nonetheless, if people are being hurt, or even killed by this group, then this cult must be exposed — and their influence must be stopped.
THE WEIRD SCULPTURE OUTSIDE THE OLYMPIC STADIUM
Our story begins with a bizarre, enormous sculpture erected directly next to the Olympic Stadium — the ArcelorMittal Orbit.
Even to the untrained eye, it looks suspicious — even disturbing. Fashioned out of blood-red steel bars, it obviously resembles a snake coiled around a pillar — possibly constricting and squeezing the life out of it: