Jul 23, 2021

◯‍◯‍◯‍◯‍◯ ~ (Famous Freemason Baron Pierre de Coubertin & the Masonic origin of modern Olympics) Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 23 July 2021 - 8 August 2021 ~ | Blogger: [👉The Tokyo Olympics are set to be the most expensive Olympics on record. According to officials, the budget is $15.4 billion, but Japanese government auditors have said total spending tops $20 billion, almost three times the original forecast of around $7.4 billion when Tokyo put together its bid for the Olympics. That is equal to DKK 126.382.000.000 Danish Kroner. Estimates of how much money it would take to end world hunger range from $7 billion to $265 billion per year. Alibaba, Atos, Bridgestone, Dow Chemical, GE, Intel, Omega, Panasonic, and Visa are all Worldwide Olympic Sponsors👈] ... I'm sorry to spoil your Sushi & Sashimi dinner, drinking whilst sake or Kool-Aid, folks!... To give you a bit of background on the modern Olympic games, it should first be said that they were revived by a famous Freemason by the name of Baron Pierre de Coubertin. He wished to revive the classical Hellenistic Olympiad in an attempt to unify the participant nations at the time (Australia, Austria-Hungary, Bulgaria, Chile, Denmark, France, Germany, Great Britain, Greece, Italy, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United States of America), in a grand-scale international sporting competition. He fashioned the five-ring logo and flag after the common flag colors of the original 14 countries (including the white background), and to represent the 5 continents of participating nations. Blue for Europe, yellow for Asia, black for Africa, green for Oceania and red for America. Seems a bit racist, no? Pierre de Coubertin’s Masonic roots are immortalized in his statue at Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park, USA (Read more in the links)... |

Protesters at the Olympic Stadium during the opening ceremony. Photo: Franck Robichon / Ritzau Scanpix

In 2018, CNN reports “an astonishing one in six [people in Japan], or more than 21 million people in a country of 128 million” are living below the poverty line. The majority of these people are single women, the unemployed, the elderly and children... After 2020, more than 10 million people in Japan live on less than US$19,000 (S$25,250) a year, while one in six lives in relative poverty on incomes less than half the national median...


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