Going further down the rabbit hole of the Anderson Silva leg break

Listen, I’m not sure if Silva/Weidman 2 was somehow connected to the fact that the United States Federal Reserve hasn’t been audited in years, but I’m convinced that Stanley Kubrick predicted the fall of Anderson Silva to the Weidman in The Shining. It’s all there. You just have to look for it with the right set of eyes.

Which way does Anderson fall after shattering his leg in the most freaky of injuries? Back and to the left. Which way did John F. Kennedy’s head and brains fly after being assassinated in Dallas? Back and to the left. This is only the start of what could be a lengthy trip down the rabbit hole, my friends. We are talking full on indictment of the Native American genocide and/or a metaphor for CIA mind control with this win by Chris Weidman.

Buckle up, things are about to get real weird.

Take this tweet by Tim Reuben. He predicted accurately that Anderson would break his leg the morning of the fight. His namesake is that of someone who likely was in business with the Rothschilds. Or an enemy. We all know Jimmy Hoffa’s favorite sandwich was the reuben. Could this man be trying to fight the breakers of Anderson’s leg? Is he a Templar Knight?

It’s already well documented that Anderson, the Weidman and this Tim Reuben fellow have taken multiple one way trips to the Denver International Airport. Probably all in preparation for this changing of the guard. Or coups. I don’t even know anymore. I’m too close to all of this. Luckily I don’t work for Buzzfeed, if I did, you’d likely be reading about me dying in a fiery car wreck within a day or two.

Please tell my family I love them if anything happens to me.

This is also proof that we never actually landed on the moon. 

Banner image created/discovered by UG poster Moombah.

Published on December 31, 2013 at 5:51 am
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