Surprise surprise, the Euromillions Jackpot has rolled over yet again. The top prize will remain at £166m and the rest of the money will now trickle down to the lower category of matches. There are probably hundreds of conspiracy theories out there, but think about it logically for one second. Who would give £166m to a random person? The answer is… no one.
People do fraud for hundreds of pounds, so what makes you think that the National Lottery’s millions is so clean? Is it that there is some sort of government control over it? Is that seriously your strongest argument? The government? Are they the most trustworthy people on this planet?
It’s all mafia run. What makes you think that the person who controls it would give that much money away to a stranger rather then a friend or family member?
I hear you saying “they make enough money anyway, so they don’t need the £166m.” Listen to yourself, you are sounding stupid. Even Bill Gates would like an extra £166m if it were right there in front of him. We are talking millions here.
Here’s how it really goes down. Just before the draw is about to take place, they see which combinations have not been bought, and then draw those numbers. It is all computerised so this is a very quick and easy process.
Now you are saying, “it’s televised with an independent judicator“. If they can make rockets and send people to the moon, or make films about giant blue aliens running around, I am sure they can fix a small ball-picking machine.
It has to be fixed. They could come out and say John Smith from Town X won it and people will believe them. When there is that much money involved, even the straightest people go crooked.
Think of it as a poor people’s tax. Now I’m not saying every draw (which is now every day) is fixed. Occasionally they will do it fairly. These are the times you hear your friend’s friend’s friend won. When it is fixed you can still win the lower prizes, but never the jackpot.
Have no doubt that they have the ability and the interest to control who wins what and when. “It could be you”. I’ll believe that when it is me. It is the biggest cover up of all time.
Plus, why is it that you only have to be 16 to play the lottery, but you have to be over 18 to even place a 10p bet in a bookie or casino. Is it because the money goes to the government so it’s OK? Is the lottery not gambling?
I could go on for days trying to convince you and give you all the reasons why it is fixed, but I shouldn’t have to. You should be smart enough to use your own brain. It’s not only the National Lottery organisation, it’s every major Lottery in the world.
Having said all that, I will still buy a ticket for tonight’s draw just in case. Got to be in it to win it!