By Andrew Steele
(Thanks to a caller on the Alex Jones show for sharing this info.)
Sheep are not just something people who are awake to what’s happening in this world equate their peers who choose to remain asleep to with terms like “Sheeple”, but literally how the powers that be think of the ordinary people in the world who are trapped in their mind control and empirical enslavement. Monarchs always thought of themselves as shepherds leading a flock. King Tut’s image on his tomb portrayed him as holding a rod and a staff, like a shepherd. Jesus Christ– the “King of Kings”– is often described by his worshipers as a shepherd leading his flock with a rod and staff. Indeed this interpretations of rulers’ own roles and their perception of those whom they try to control hasn’t changed in the 21st Century.
Check out the Christmas card Fox News sent to media journalists this year, portraying a sled race with sheep pulling the sleds. (Sheep are NEVER portrayed pulling sleds because they NEVER do). A sled driven by a fox passes three fellow racers, one with a CBS (all seeing eye) logo, the other with an NBC logo, and third with ABC’s logo, while spectators with CNN and MSNBC logos on their hats watch on.
Why are sheep pulling the sleds in this picture instead of reindeer (like the mythical “Santa Claus”) or dogs or horses (like in real life)? Because symbolically this illustrates the ratings race taking place in the media world with varying teams of viewers (sheep) pulling various propaganda outlets in a ratings race that only shows how successful one controlled faction is in selling the “Sheeple” the empire’s programing.
Inside the card was a poem, sung to the tune of “Joy to the World”, that begins:
Joy to the world for Fox News Channel
Consistently number one
We are the network viewers choose
Fair and balanced news
See our ratings we don’t lose
Beating the rest in TV news
Fox Business sent out a similar card this year, portraying foxes roasting a dead peacock with NBC’s trademark colorful plume logo on its back in the middle of a street. On the sides, of the picture, emotionless sheep stand and look out at the viewer.