Illuminati jokes about fattened UK human cattle playing Euromillions
Mr. Pig and Mrs. Piggy win record jackpot.
November 2009: Mr. Pig and Mrs. Piggy are the first to "win" almost £50m.
July 2011: Colin and Chris Weir alias Mr. Pig and Mrs. Piggy pushed to the limits, are the the first to "win" more than £50m. They keep the gold medal until today.
Important detail: Mr. Pig's make-up includes extra hair.
In plain sight pushed to the limit.
August 2012: the third version of Mr. Pig and Mrs. Piggy steps into the podium for the silver medal that they keep until today.
Mr. Pig seems as convincing in his role as the gold medalist. No wonder: they're both played by one and the same actor.
Released photos are doctored to divert from this, starting with the sign half-way between the mouth's left corner and the chin.
More Illuminati jokes "in plain sight" pushed to the limits with the same actors in the pigs role
The joke Adrian Bayford alias Colin Weir isn't the only milestone joke related to the roles played by this actor.
The usual mockery about the fact that all winners get only about £200,000 for the theater, alias "winners don't want to change life style", is also pushed to new limits.
Colin Weir identifying football as his top priority for spending his £161m fortune pales in comparison with the joke in second role:
Euromillions record "winners" vow not only stay in same address but to also continue job at their shop.
A joke that was terminated by the only interaction that the human cattle can have with the jackpot: asking the fake winners for money.
Gold medalist couple Colin and Chris Weir: £161,653,000 - July 2011.
16 Jul 2011
EuroMillions jackpot winner Colin Weir has already identified football as his top priority for spending his £161m fortune –
but instead of splashing out to buy local club Partick Thistle, he’s going to invest in a luxury box at Barcelona.
30 October 2013 - more jokes of the same type
Scots EuroMillions winners fight off £290K court claim by English builders.
A SCOTS couple who won a record £161 million jackpot on the EuroMillions lottery have been sued after pulling out of a deal to make lavish improvements to their mansion home.
Silver medalist couple Adrian and Gillian Bayford: £148,656,000 - August 2012
£148m EuroMillions winner finally closes his music shop 'after becoming fed up with people begging for money'
One of the few HD images:
Feb 2014: Mr. Pig and Mrs. Piggy still Silver and Gold medalists.
The gold medalists from 2009 to 2011 still rank #10.
March 2014: more illuminati jokes with the same actor:
Britain's biggest lottery winners back the break-up of Britain
Colin and Christine Weir are said to have donated a total of £4 million to Alex Salmond's campaign, making them the biggest donors in Scottish political history.
One of the advantages of rigging state lotteries: the winner role is scripted at will.
Rigged Megamillions, Powerball & Euromillions - Now more than 9 years, since it was first exposed by Matt M in 2004.