February 4, 2013, 3:00 am
Directly after Beyonce’s Super Bowl halftime show ended, the power shut down for 34 minutes — for a mysterious, unknown reason that is being called an “abnormality in the power system.”
This may have been a counter-strike against the Cabal, and its media control, by the Alliance — striking them in their wallet, and showing that their time is up.
VERY INTERESTING TURN OF EVENTS
The Super Bowl is the most-watched media event on the planet — and the most highly prized in terms of its advertising dollars.
30-second advertising spots on this year’s Super Bowl were selling for as much as 4 million dollars.
Given how much money is at stake, it doesn’t seem possible that the lights went out in the stadium for a whopping 34 minutes — but that’s what happened.
You would think that the backup systems would have backup systems. No one wants to lose power in such a profitable media circus.
34 minutes of blackout, directly after the all-important half-time show, is unprecedented. Many people tune in just to watch that show.
Think about how many viewers must have lost interest and clicked away — and the bloodletting this caused for the advertisers paying $133,333 per second.
Was this truly just an accident, or was this a deliberate move by the Alliance against the Cabal?
LET’S NOT FORGET WHAT HAPPENED LAST YEAR
As we wrote into Financial Tyranny: The Final Sections, last year’s Super Bowl featured the most blatantly open, public Illuminati ritual in known history.
Now I will re-post what I wrote last year, including the pictures, on February 9, 2012 — starting with the next sentence.
The Illuminati… [staged] the most dramatic, blatant, in-your-face public ritual during the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday, February 5th, 2012.
This was the most-watched show in the history of television.
Super Bowl Program Most Watched Ever – 111.3M Viewers
NEW YORK (AP) — For the third consecutive year, the Super Bowl set a record as the most-watched television show in U.S. history.
The Nielsen Co. said Monday that an estimated 111.3 million people watched the New York Giants beat the New England Patriots on Sunday night. That narrowly beat the 111 million who watched Green Bay’s win over Pittsburgh last year….
Madonna has some bragging rights, too. Her halftime show was seen by an estimated 114 million people – a higher average than the game itself – and was the most-watched Super Bowl halftime entertainment show on record, Nielsen said.
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