If there ever was a noble theme to the Olympic games (and this is not altogether clear), there certainly is no longer.
The games have become a giant celebration idolizing the globalist ideals of corporatism, consumerism and leverage. In London, these are embodied in the banking and finance industry.
These Olympic games are opening under the "invigilating" eye of TPTB and the copyright police, to great inconvenience to the ordinary citizens of London, aka LIBORIA.
Coincidently, the citizens of the last two venues are not fairing well this week either. In Beijing they are wondering how so much could be spent on grandiose Olympic facilities when the city's outdated sewage and drainage system contributed to 37 deaths as a result of floods.
In Athens, there is no need to wonder how so much could be squandered on grandiose Olympic facilities that now stand idle, they are all too busy worrying about how they are going to put bread on the table when Greece inevitably defaults.
No matter...let the games begin:
Citius, Altius, Debitum...
JESSE OWENS 2012
The Ancients are running in fear
A banking collapse could be near
They're stretching their loins
Withdrawing their coins
While trying to shield their rear
The Limerick King