Category Archives: Conspiracy Theorists (Alex Jones, Richard Hoagland, etc)

Russell Brand Wants a Revolution — And We Agree With Him

Well, if you had told us five days ago that comedian Russell Brand would be spreading the message that we do here each and every day at Common Sense Conspiracy, we would have said you were nuts.  Turns out that Russell’s statement calling for a “revolution” of sorts is exactly our message.

While Russell may not be “qualified” to make these statements, the ones that are “qualified” in Washington sure don’t seem to be the answer, so perhaps unqualified should be just the candidate we are all looking for.

The best part of this inspiring tirade by Brand is when the interviewer tries to play a card that we hear all too often here at this site… but if you don’t vote, you can’t say anything.

What a load of…what would Russell say?  Rubbish.

The idea that if you don’t vote, you have no say in what happens in anything is ludicrous.  Think about it for a second.  If there is no viable candidate to vote for, why should you vote?  Just so you can argue that you voted in a debate.  No, no option means no vote, and unfortunately, that has been the case for many, many years now.

To vote for one of two choices when both represent nothing but more corruption is to vote to keep things the same, and in fact, prolong it for years to come.

Why do you think we have all these “Rock the Vote” campaigns each election year with a steady stream of celebrity personalities encouraging us to get out and vote.  Think they just want us to embrace our civil liberties, the same damn ones they are methodically taking away?  No, of course not.   They do want us to get out and vote because it matters.  Not because our vote really counts, but because if we are all out voting from the lesser of two evils, we have once again cast our vote for this system to remain intact.  See, from the government’s standpoint (and when we say government, we don’t mean Republicans or Democrats, we mean the real powers-that-be, the ones that control what is really going to happen), if we are all divided by a faux two-party political system, we can never muster enough people to actually make a difference in reality.

World Bank Strategy in Coming Years — Income Redistribution on a Massive Global Scale

Well, the title says it all.  A good, informative report about what the World Bank intends to do and just how they might have the stroke to pull it off.  Also, what it means for the rest of us that fit in that now global middle class, otherwise known as rich people.

Alex Jones Says Rebels Responsible for Chemical Attacks on Fox News: Spreading Info or Helping the Government?

Okay, so we know that title may seem contradictory at first, but bear with us.

Popular conspiracy theory “expert” and radio show host Alex Jones has a penchant for flamboyant accusations that has made him a controversial figure in the conspiracy world.  Some people live and die by Alex Jones; others feel that he is just the kind of person that makes people that believe that everything in our world is not always what we are told it is look silly and foolish.  Common Sense Conspiracy has frequently addressed Alex Jones in our articles, sometimes agreeing with him, and sometimes pointing out that not everything that ever happens is part of a grand conspiracy.

So, we are not surprised by the video below which features Alex Jones sparring off on Fox News about who is really behind the chemical weapons attacks in Syria.  We do want to point out one thing about it.  If Alex Jones was a threat to the government, do you think for one minute that they would let him on the mainstream media (which we know is essentially run by the government) to peddle his thoughts and theories?  Of course not.  So why is he on there, preaching his gospel?  Easy.  Because the government wants him to.

Alex Jones is the kind of person that the government appreciates.  He has incorporated himself into a little conspiracy empire, much like people such as Glenn Beck and others have done.  With that comes exposure, money, and the constant ire of people that believe that people who really are searching for the truth usually don’t become blowhards like Alex Jones.  The government is more than happy to have Alex Jones spewing about false flag operations on the airwaves.  It actually makes people out there that were on the fence head back the government’s way.  That’s right.  To someone that is on the fence, someone who thinks that maybe something isn’t right about this, but then, they usually believe the government is, at least for the most part, on their side and trying to do the best for the American people, seeing Alex Jones doing his number on Fox News will actually drive them away from conspiracy theories.  After all, they don’t want to cast their lot with Alex Jones, right?

So, if Alex Jones is such a conspiracy savant, then why would he not realize this?  Oh, he does.  But exposure means more money from him, and this parasitic relationship between him and the government has allowed him to build a career from basically nothing.  Times like these are booming business for Alex Jones and others.

So, having said all of that, Common Sense Conspiracy completely agrees with Alex on this one.  There is very little reason to believe that what President Obama and the American government is saying is true, and every day, there seems to be more reason to believe what Alex Jones has to say on this matter.  We just don’t think him saying it lends it any further credibility with the average person.  The government knows they have lost the people that are reading websites like this.  These people have seen the light and understand that there is an agenda beneath (or above, perhaps) everything that is the guiding force, and it will not be found off course.  However, for the people that turn on Fox News whilst drinking their morning cup of coffee, the government knows they are still impressionable.  So, they unleash Alex Jones on them, spewing truth with passion, but only obscuring it further with every word.

The Most Radical Conspiracy Books and TV Shows

Conspiracy theories have once again been launched in front of the public eye, this time in response to the current controversy surrounding former NSA sub-contractor Edward Snowden. This controversy first hit the public in this past month, when NSA documents provided by Snowden served as fodder for stories published in The Guardian and Washington Post. According to these reports, the NSA has authorized everything from surveillance of email and Internet searches to an ongoing metadata of all television calls conducted within the U.S.

2800796272_b59e51316a-1The Snowden controversy has inspired questions of security and civil liberties, many of which have spiraled from there into the development of several conspiracy theories — some of which seem plausible and others that are decidedly wacky. Of course, this isn’t the first time conspiracy theories have taken a prominent place in pop culture. The media have long provided the public with plenty of examples of possible conspiracies, as is evidenced in the examples detailed below:

‘1984’

And now, thanks to the latest drama surrounding Edward Snowden, sales of George Orwell’s dystopian classic soar once again reaching record levels. For those of you who missed out on this great book in high school, here’s what you need to know: a province known as AirStrip One is in a state of perpetual war, with its government exerting the ultimate control over citizens through the use of constant monitoring.

All independent thought engaged by those, not a part of the inner elite is labeled as “thoughtcrime” — but one brave soul aims to break through this system in hopes of achieving some semblance of freedom. According to the latest conspiracy theories, the events of “1984” are currently playing out in the U.S.

‘Brave New World’

Like “1984,” “Brave New World” is a dystopian classic that has received much praise over the years, as well as comparisons to current government policy. As with “1984,” the premise of “Brave New World” is that of a futuristic society in which very strict government has become normal and expected … but that this control arrives in a far more insidious format than that featured in “1984.” Author Aldous Huxley feared future generations would become passive and petty, and according to many conspiracy theorists that prediction has come to fruition.

‘Fahrenheit 451’

Ray Bradbury’s famous dystopian novel focuses on what could happen in a society in which all books were banned. In later years, Bradbury would admit to having written the book in response to McCarthyism, a movement that he feared had the potential to spur strong withholding of information from the public. Activists at WikiLeaks have released a number of documents for the very same reason, proving the issues addressed in “Fahrenheit 451” remain relevant today.

Conspiracy Theory with Jesse Ventura

First known as a wrestler before exploring such career choices as an actor and governor, Jesse Ventura has now set himself apart as the host of a popular truTV show covering today’s wackiest conspiracy theories. Since its premiere in ’09, “Conspiracy Theory” with Jesse Ventura has covered everything from global warming to zany conspiracies surrounding September 11. His coverage is always interesting and often, surprisingly informative. According to GetDirectTV.org, this show proves truTV’s ability to keep up with the most prominent issues of the day.

Image by Dave Winer pursuant to the terms of his Creative Commons license.

Article by:  Victoria Campbell

Alex Jones Makes a Fool Out of Himself on BBC Political Show — Why We Love Him?

One of the reasons for this site’s existence is Alex Jones. Not because we were inspired by him. Or maybe. We were inspired by him actually, inspired to create a website to iron out facts and not just throw out our own form of propaganda in a purported attempt to stop the spreading of others. Alex is not all bad; he has plenty of points on his shows and writings that we would happily agree with him. But these over-the-top appearances, which serve little purpose but to make conspiracy theorists take another hit to their reputation, are only designed to grab more attention for Alex Jones. This appearance is a great example. Under the guise of spreading awareness about Bilderberg, Alex Jones is really self-servingly spreading the word about himself. In our opinion, that makes him little more than an opportunist trying to capitalize.
Whether you love Alex Jones, hate him, or think that maybe he needs to turn it down a notch or two, you have to admit the man knows how to sound the alarm.

The Truth About Benghazi Revealed — No More Speculation, CSC Has the Real Story

Pin the tail on the Benghazi!  Most Americans couldn't find it on a globe, much less find time in their Honey Boo Boo and Dancing with the Stars to give a f**k.
Pin the tail on the Benghazi! Most Americans couldn’t find it on a globe, much less find time in their Honey Boo Boo and Dancing with the Stars to give a you know what.

Deepthroat has spoken.  Common Sense Conspiracy wants to end all of the speculation, rumors, and diatribes about the Benghazi incident and the supposed scandalous unraveling of President Obama and his administration.  This won’t take long.  This may be the shortest article we’ve ever written.

The ambassador was killed.  The embassy was attacked.  It was an election year, in fact, just a short month or so away from the election.  The administration didn’t want to look like they dropped the ball, so they tried to act like it wasn’t that big of a deal.

It wasn’t.

In fact, the same incident happened quite a few times during George W. Bush’s presidency without any fanfare.  But it wasn’t an election year, was it?

The “cover-up” was more like “damage control.”

Conspiracy…yes.  This might be one of those that is so obvious a conspiracy that it can’t even be defined as a conspiracy.

They can investigate this for years if they want to, but we just summed up the entire situation in this article.

Total taxpayer dollars wasted:  0

Many Conspiracy Sites Report a False Flag Operation of Epic Proportions Likely Within a Week — What We Think

images-83Common Sense Conspiracy frequently parades around other popular conspiracy sites to see what they are reporting.  Not because we want to steal their stories, but because we want to see what the temperature of the conspiracy paradigm is at the moment.  Basically, there is a pattern to the normal conspiracy sites that don’t base their material on factual data but on charming and alarming creations to cause a stir and lure in viewers.  We aren’t going to outright name the other sites, but many of you know what we’re talking about.  A big story breaks on one; it then makes the circuit, and pretty soon, this effect of gloom and doom can be created.  Some people fall for this system and start to believe things they otherwise wouldn’t just because it is being bombarded on them by so many “independent” sources.

A lot of the major conspiracy websites run about like the mainstream media.  That is, they are all about the numbers and afraid to get left behind on any hot-button issue.  Of course, both the mainstream media and the conspiracy websites we are referring to have no respect for authenticity, reporting the news, or checking facts.  It’s all about being first to the party.  CNN has been mighty guilty lately of reporting things erroneously in an effort to get ahead of the other news organizations, many of which CNN accuses of falsehoods on a regular basis.  It’s a race…and while the conspiracy circuit is totally different in nature, it functions in much the same way.

Right now the story that is running the circuit hard is a bold prediction that conditions are now ripe for a MAJOR false-flag operation in the next week.  You can go to any of the major conspiracy sites out there, and there will be a major, front-page story about this right now.  And it may even capitalize MAJOR to capture your attention, or some sites even go farther with blinking text, graphics, and everything short of a naked woman to try to suck you into pushing your mouse button.  As you can see, Common Sense Conspiracy is not running that story, but because we had some of our loyal readers question whether this was something to be truly concerned about, we saw it fit to address it to try to bring some, well, common sense to the equation.

All of the stories say the same thing with a little different wording.  The government is planning a major false-flag operation to take America’s minds away from some of the craziness going on in our government right now.  There’s the Benghazi thing, with more information coming out daily.  There’s the revelation that the IRS seems to pick on certain groups more than others in its validation process.  The Boston Marathon bombings have evolved into perhaps one of the biggest conspiracy theories around.  The stories say that all of these distractions are leading to more distrust in the American government, and yes, even President Barack Obama himself.  So, it’s time to bring the nation back to its patriot roots with a good 9/11-esque false flag.  A little shock and awe effect to make Americans forget the gun control bickering, Benghazi accusations, and get back to the business of being the puppets of the government to do their every wish and bidding.

All of the articles give that same curious deadline.  Within a week.  Five to seven days.  Hide the women and children.  Buy some bottled water.  We’re in for it.  Somebody’s going down in a blaze of glory, and you never know where they will strike this time.

images-84What does Common Sense Conspiracy say?  It’s garbage.  Do we believe that the government plans operations like this from time to time?  Absolutely.  But these are watershed moments in history, and they don’t usually come very close together.  Another false flag would not bolster American support of the government; it would likely lead to more name-calling, blame-placing, and even more conspiracy theories.  So, the idea that this will quash unrest is just silly.  Additionally, the amount of scandal we are seeing in Washington right now is ugly, but it’s not unusual.  We believe you could find similar levels of controversy in any administration at any given time.  Why a false flag would now have to be imminent, in a limited time range of a week, we can’t imagine.  Oh, yes we can.  It’s just standard fare for these conspiracy sites to try to get attention and fear-monger.  They don’t have to have facts.  That would just be a waste of their time and resources.  Why not make doomsday predictions with absolutely nothing to go on?  That’s way more fun.  And, until Common Sense Conspiracy came along, there was no one to oppose them.  We are not against conspiracy theories.  We are not a “debunk” site.  We call plenty of conspiracies just what they are, but on this one, we have to cry foul and refuse to go with the cool kids in the crowd.  There is no reason to think that a false flag operation is any more likely this week than any other.

Another thing to think about:  you would be shocked by how many Americans don’t give two shits about Benghazi and what happened there.  These other conspiracy sites are playing this angle up.  They are trying to make it seem as if Americans en masse are condemning President Obama on this issue.  The reality is that the same detractors to Mr. Obama are saying the same things they always say; his supporters turn their cheek and scoff at any mention of a cover-up or that anyone in the administration knew anything.  The average American was spellbound while the Boston Police hunted Tsarnaev, and woefully disinterested by the Republican Party’s desperate attempt to make Benghazi a real issue.

We aren’t saying that Americans shouldn’t care about Benghazi.  However, we don’t think the government, or President Obama, for that matter, are shaking in their boots that the American public is incensed about Benghazi.  If they want a false-flag, then they’ll have one.  But it won’t be for any of the reasons or timetables that our conspiracy website friends have listed.