If he had waited one more year to pass away, we could have had rivaling conspiracy theories here. Rapper Mac Miller almost made the infamous school of 27 that is often passed around in conspiracy circles. No matter. The highly suspicious death of Mac Miller today has many people wondering if there is more to the story. And this time, Common Sense Conspiracy has to admit that there are a lot reasons that people might think that.
Mac Miller was known for his music and was a pretty successful record producer as well. While he may not have made it into the stratosphere of stardom, his death is certainly shocking. Also known for his relationship with Ariana Grande, another Illuminati starlet, Miller discussed the Illuminati at length in podcasts and on YouTube. We have posted several examples of this below. This fellow was genuinely interested in the Illuminati and obviously believed in it, and now he is dead, another “overdose” with little explanation. This checks all the boxes for people to start wondering if this could have been an example of an Illuminati sacrifice.
We’ve heard several theories so far. Some are more plain, just the general concept that for whatever reason, the Illuminati murdered Miller and made it look like suicide or an overdose. Other theories reach further, blaming it all on Ariana Grande. That theory revolves around the idea that the Illuminati murdered Miller as a way of sending a message to Grande. There is no evidence to support any of these theories, of course, but they are going to be debated endlessly in chat rooms and on social media around the world.
Miller definitely had some problems. Besides an apparent drug problem, he was just recently arrested and charged with DUI. This was all just months after breaking up with Ariana Grande in a tabloid mess. So, there is some reason to maybe think this is a suicide, although that’s not nearly as popular with the conspiracy crowd.
What do you think? Is Mac Miller’s untimely death a clear case of Illuminati involvement, or just another celebrity that got carried away with drug addiction? Let us hear what you think in the comments below.
No one here at Common Sense Conspiracy is a big fan of Alex Jones, but we have to sit back and say that he really got the last laugh on this one. The mainstream media, which incidentally now peddles more conspiracy theories than anyone out there, is claiming a massive victory now that Apple, Facebook, YouTube, and Spotify all decided, in what has to be a coordinated effort, to ban everything from InfoWars and Alex Jones on the same day. And it isn’t like there was some Roseanne-like Tweet that they are all reacting to. Apparently this has been something on these private companies’ minds for a long time and today is the day they decided to act. Like no one wanted to look like a follower so they all did it at the same time to make it look like they were a coalition against evil instead of dominoes falling. And yet, as is so often the case, they have completely misunderstood what they are dealing with.
Alex Jones peddles conspiracy theories. One of the reasons we at the CSC are not big fans is because he makes a lot of people look bad because he will advocate a conspiracy theory just for shock value, not because he really believes it. After all, this is the same guy that once declared himself “an entertainer” while under oath. Above all, Alex Jones exists to make money and advance his empire, and he won’t hesitate to push forward rubbish with no factual evidence if it will get him another soundbite. However, these companies are doing just the opposite of what they are intending. They are only going to make Jones’ platform bigger.
For a guy that peddles conspiracy theories of all types, no matter how ridiculous, and still has managed to create an internet conglomerate that is highly successful, this will only add to his legend. It’s like anything else in the world. It’s more taboo now, so everyone will seek it out. Jones will cash in on how he has been censored and shunned by the media, and he will also suggest that this is a huge indicator that he is credible. After all, if he was full of nonsense, why would they be so desperate to shut him up? Why would they turn down advertising dollars and customers unless they felt this was something they had to do?
Jones will survive this and come out the other side counting more money. He will find another way to distribute his meanderings to the masses, and he will become an even more widespread cult phenomenon because of this. Congratulations, big, bad media companies. You lose again, you only helped build what you wanted to destroy, and most importantly, once again demonstrated a complete break in the understanding of your customers.
Alex Jones may peddle trash, but it’s hard to argue with the fact that he played this one like a genius.
A 20-year-old rapper murdered in cold blood in Florida right after really landing mainstream success with a #1 album. Conspiracy theories abound, and rumors that he is still alive? Sign us up. We at Common Sense Conspiracy knew it was only a matter of time before the untimely death of XXXTentacion was being blamed on an Illuminati sacrifice. We were not disappointed.
While it’s hard to determine if the Illuminati would have even had someone like XXXTentacion on their radar at this point in his career, there are plenty out there that are ready to go ahead and make their theories public. What do you think? Illuminati sacrifice? Or did XXXTentacion really upset someone to the point of homicide? Could that person be Drake? After all, the victim himself said if he ever was killed, people need to take a hard look in Drake’s direction. Let us know what you think in the comments below.
Celebrity chef and star of Parts Unknown Anthony Bourdain was found dead in what seems to be a suicide today. He was 61, and successful and popular. That means people are going to try to find something suspicious about his death. The reality is that this is probably exactly what it appears to be.
The Illuminati reaches out to people with world-changing influence. Bourdain may be a celebrity and well-known, but he certainly doesn’t have the epic kind of reach of a Beyonce Knowles or someone of that caliber. I guess the bottom line is that we are saying that the Illuminati would consider someone like Bourdain small potatoes and would be very unlikely to have any involvement with him at all, especially in his death. It simply would not benefit their cause.
We will keep an eye on this situation as more information becomes available, but we cannot imagine our opinion changing on this one.
It’s a beautiful and lavish affair that only comes around every so often…a Royal Wedding. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s whirlwind romance has captured the hearts of people worldwide, and now it has culminated in their wedding which attracted plenty of stars and powerful people. So, with this kind of audience on hand, there has to be some conspiracy theories, right? You don’t say. Common Sense Conspiracy has you covered.
The British Royal Family has always been a conspiracy playground. The death of Princess Diana is to Britain what JFK is to America. Also, there is a long-standing if not unusual theory that the Queen and perhaps others are actually reptilians. We’ve never been really hot on that theory but there’s plenty of videos and analysis out there of her “shapeshifting” in front of thousands of live viewers and millions back home. There is also plenty of Illuminati theories around Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. It wasn’t but just a couple of months ago that Prince Harry was being accused of making Illuminati hand gestures in a picture with American First Lady Melania Trump.
While there is a bit of a hangover because of the time difference, you can bet some videos of the wedding itself and Illuminati symbology are right around the corner. We will continue to update you as more theories are suggested, but for now, we leave you with some videos explaining some of what we discussed here. Did you notice something fishy at the wedding itself? Let’s talk about it in the comments below.
Another day, another school shooting in America. The latest incident in Santa Fe, Texas is upon us. It’s early right now but early reports indicate as many as ten fatalities. There are possibly two suspects and even explosives involved. Common Sense Conspiracy does not report the news. The are plenty of places to get that. As always, we offer our condolences in this great tragedy but begin to analyze this event from what our readers come here for and that is how this plays out in conspiracy circles.
You’re going to see more of the usual here. Both sides of the gun control debate will cease the moment. Some enterprising conspiracy theorists will say that the government sanctioned the attack somehow as a reason to seize guns. Others will say it never happened. Within hours, YouTube will be flooded with “experts” showing crisis actors and triangulated maps showing themes in the geography of the shootings. There will be misinformation on a grand scale. We will find it was only one suspect after all and authorities will act like you are crazy if you even suggest there was ever news otherwise.
The most frightening part: we will find out that some level of law enforcement knew of this suspect and did nothing to stop them. This is almost always the case.
We at Common Sense Conspiracy urge our readers not jump to conclusions, but do ask questions. Don’t quote the news as a reliable source unless you’ve done your due diligence in investigation. Theories are fine, good even, but they should not promote an agenda without facts.
More information will come out over the next day or so and we will be able to get a clearer picture of what we’re dealing with here. We will monitor this story and the chatter and keep you up to date as we know more about this developing news story.
The debate is on and it is raging all across the Internet and all forms of social media. We’re talking Instagram, Twitter, Reddit, message boards, Facebook, you name it. Everyone wants to talk about what everyone thought was obvious. Is the audio clip saying Yannie or Laurel? We at Common Sense Conspiracy have a more pressing question. Who the hell cares?
Much like dresses and shoes in the past, this current fad is like the audio version of those Internet sensations. Basically, everyone has a different mind with different perception built into it, and this causes your mind to either construct Yannie or Laurel out of what you hear in this weird audio clip. In case you were wondering, the clip is from an online vocabulary site that pronounces words to help with learning. That’s how all of this got started because a youngster was studying and people in the same room heard different things at the same time, prompting him to investigate further and start a full-on viral Internet assault.
Audiophiles are now coming out in force to shed light on the mystery. We have people talking about decibels and frequency readings and all sorts of manipulations usually left to music studios in an attempt to explain the mystery. The thing is, there is no mystery, no conspiracy. People hear different things. Everyone has completely destroyed some song lyrics while the person next to him heard it crystal clear as intended. It’s not that crazy and it’s not that unusual. It does, however, make a lot of money in ad revenue for someone out there.
The following videos outline some stabs at conspiracy theories here that we have been pointed toward. Obviously, we don’t give them a lot of cred, but it’s fun nonetheless.
The real question here is not what you hear, but how do you spell it? Yannie? Yanni? Yanny? Now there’s something we can sink our teeth into.