February 11, 2014
Hysterical Super Bowl Fans Waste Time on Meaningless Distraction.
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As Super Bowl fans scream and cheer for their favorite team, Infowars points out how useful this passion could be if it was used for something with meaning and purpose. The United States has already slipped under the control of a tyrannical government and the longer we continue to allow our minds and souls to be controlled by others the worse our situation is going to become. Infowars also points out the symbolism used during the half time show, such as the spinning pyramids being blasted on all the screens.
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