Okay, so we might have sucked you in with a provocative headline, but we are doing it out of love, we promise. We here at Common Sense Conspiracy have frequently commented on the ridiculous nature of all the insinuations out there on the Internet that some popular music artists are Illuminati henchmen (or henchwomen, if that’s a word). Now, we’ll admit that there are plenty of interesting “coincidences” out there, and we have seen some pretty telling evidence that definitely makes you stop and think. But then, you have Kanye West, a long time recipient of a lot of Illuminati rumor attention. Kanye is releasing a new song called “Theraflu” of all things.
The goal of this article is to point out just how ridiculous it is to think that enlightened Illuminati members (if they indeed exist) would call on Kanye of all people as a spokesperson for their movement. His latest single is a great example. Theraflu? He actually named a rap song about a common household flu medication. And if that isn’t enough, part of the song is just a rant about how Kanye was hurt by the fact that Kim Kardashian picked an NBA basketball player over him, even going as far as saying that they are lucky he didn’t contact his fellow Illuminati henchmen Jay-Z to get her ex-husband kicked off the team. Jay-Z is part owner of the New Jersey Nets basketball franchise.
So, is Kanye’s music perfectly acceptable entertainment? Well, depends on your taste, I guess, but this is not an attack on Kanye West as an artist, but just on the idea that he in some way shape or form is part of an Illuminati cultural movement. If he is, it’s hard to find exactly what kind of message the Illuminati is pushing with prophetic singles like “Theraflu” poised to take over the radio airwaves. But then again, we didn’t take the time to play “Theraflu” backwards and see if there are any hidden messages about the New World Order or Satan. I’m sure somebody out there will though, and we will be anxiously awaiting to investigate and most likely pick apart those theories as well. Happy Easter to our loyal readers, and don’t hurt your neck looking for the Illuminati behind you.