There are now multiple fatalities confirmed in an attack that the media is already recognizing as an “act of terror.” Just after an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, there is little information available right now, except that police are confirming multiple deaths. Early reports indicate it was an explosion, although other conflicting reports say there was gunfire as well. The amount of damage is unknown at this time, and reports about the deceased range from a couple to dozens. For reports to be this inaccurate is quite common in these situations. We should have more information in a few hours. However, as you know if you read here often, we are not going to report the news. There are plenty of news sources out there, and some of them even tell what really happened. What we do is analyze this from the conspiracy perspective.
We are already having some of our readers write in claiming that this is a false flag attack for different reasons. One popular one that is forming is that this is designed to shake up things before the major election in just a couple of weeks in the UK that was already hotly contested. And no doubt ISIS will be more than happy to claim responsibility for the incident, especially with President Donald Trump currently touring the Middle East (he is currently in Israel). In any case, we will be watching as more information comes available about this so we can help you figure out what is really going on behind the original story that we will no doubt be fed. Look for crisis actors to be a big factor, and there will be tons of enterprising Youtubers with their take on things. Continue to visit Common Sense Conspiracy to get the scoop as we analyze this from all angles.
It was a national news story the other day that people were looking up the variations of the search term “World War 3” (variations meaning they combined the totals of other ways of putting it, like World War III or actually spelling it out) more than ever at any point in the history of the Internet. This, of course, came right on the heels of the general wariness of many following Donald Trump’s unexpected ascension to the Presidency and his subsequent bombings of Syria and Afghanistan. Throw in some serious tension with Russia, and you have a lot of reasons for people to feel a little uneasy.
Nuclear powerhouses like the United States and Russia having a war of words will always concern many that it could give way to a war of nukes. However, we at Common Sense Conspiracy would like to point out that if you are looking for a nuclear bomb to go off in a World War 3 scenario, neither of these superpowers is likely to be your culprit. It’s called the theory of mutually-assured destruction, a term that rose out of the Cold War arms races and is now considered an unusual method of keeping the peace. See, both Russia and the United States possess enough nuclear weaponry and technology to effectively obliterate the other if it came down to it. They both possess the technology to make a retaliation would still take place, no matter how overwhelming a first strike may be. Basically, either one could decide to take out the other one on any given day, but they would also all but certainly seal their own fate with mutual destruction. And as messed as it may be, that acts as an extremely effective deterrent.
The problem with mutually-assured destruction is it assumes that cooler heads prevail. Putin or Trump on their worst day isn’t ready for a nuclear war with the United States or Russia respectively. There is absolutely nothing to be gained, and perhaps everything to lose. They may do a lot of things up to that point because of overinflated egos or questionable morals and world views, but at the end of the day, no one is pulling that trigger. However, when you look to the Irans and North Koreas of the world, you have a real problem. See, these regimes are different. Cooler heads do not prevail. If they acquire nuclear weapons (North Korea has at least rudimentary nukes already, and the deal with Iran made by the Obama administration could mean that it’s only a matter of time for them as well) and the means to use them effectively wherever they see fit, they don’t worry about mutual destruction. Call it bat crazy or overzealous religious maniacs, but these folks are fully aware that America or Russia could wipe them off the face of the Earth, but that fear is not enough to stop them from potentially going ahead with it. Iranian leaders have actually referenced ushering in nuclear war as a way of helping get on with Allah’s master plan. North Korea’s leadership might rather be a martyr that left a crater in America or somewhere in Asia rather than cooperate with the international community.
So, if there is a World War 3 scenario out there, we don’t really know what it is. If North Korea launched a missile anywhere at all, it would be utterly destroyed in days. If Iran tried something, they might succeed in killing a lot of innocent people, but there would not be a world conflict. They would simply be obliterated. People like to point to China, but if North Korea actually nuked someone, China would most likely condemn it and get out of the way. Unless, of course, they perceived the North Koreans as having a really good reason for what they did.
Furthermore, let’s look at why people feel this way. Tensions between Russia and the United States are heightened, especially with the mess in Syria, but remember, the American government and mainstream media can’t even decide right now whether Trump and Putin are great buddies plotting world domination in the sauna or sworn egotistical enemies set for final showdown with the world at stake. They can’t decide which narrative to push because they can’t decide which one advances their own agenda, which is the only reason the mainstream media exists in this era. The truth is that President Obama publicly stated that he wanted to do something like Trump did in response to a chemical attack. Congress declined to authorize it, and President Obama declined to put his foot down. Whether you think that is right or wrong is a personal decision, but it is fact. So, if you think Trump bombing Syria is some great provocation, it’s really no different than what has been going on for the last eight years, albeit more in-your-face than Obama’s cloak-and-dagger tactics. Believe it or not, Putin may find this strategy more palatable. At least Trump is being forward about it and not trying to array the chessboard against you with seemingly clean hands. Putin probably respects that in a crazy sort of way.
But what about Afghanistan? That war is supposed to be over and done, but here’s Trump dropping the biggest bomb next to a nuke in the American arsenal. Well, two things you need to know about the mainstream media’s portrayal of that. First of all, the MOAB bomb is the biggest, deadliest one up to a nuke. That is true. But it’s a contortion of the facts for the purpose of agenda. A nuclear weapon by today’s standards is more than 250 times more powerful than the MOAB. So, while the statement is true, the MOAB is still not even deserving of being in the conversation with a true nuclear bomb. It’s not even close. Terming that way is designed to make it sound like a lot more than it is. Also, the media makes it sound like Trump is totally behind this. Most likely, Trump had nothing to do with it, besides the known fact that he has authorized the military to do what it needs to do to get the job done against ISIS. Meaning Trump didn’t personally tell them to drop this thing. He told them to use the weapons you need to get the job done. That’s what they did. There is nothing wrong with being uneasy about this. It is natural to feel that way. But do analyze the agenda that is being laid out for you. The media is working overtime to create a narrative, and every little phrase they use to describe every little thing is part of the plan. The problem is that many believe that the mainstream media’s agenda is either Democratic or Republican (Fox or CNN, for example). Nothing could be further from the truth. The real agenda of the collective mainstream media is to influence American minds, keep the two parties divided ideologically as much as possible, and push globalism. This was the case before Trump took office, and it will almost definitely continue to be the case going forward.
Could World War 3 break out tomorrow? Sure. But it probably won’t be for any of the reasons that the average person is walking around being worried about. It’s the unknown factors that are the real reason for concern.
We’re not here to report the news. You should know this by now if you are a regular here. There are plenty of sources for you to find the news, be it fake or somewhat based in truth. By now, you no doubt know something of the chemical attack that has now led to an American attack on Syria and setting the stage for a major conflict with Russia and perhaps the world. As you might imagine, there are plenty of conspiracy theories sprouting up like weeds on this one. Let’s examine some of the most common ones so far.
Assad got fingered when he wasn’t behind it. This theory revolves around the concept that Assad did not perpetrate this attack but was blamed for it by somebody else. The who is a whole different story. Some believe the rebels, Russia, or even a false flag perpetrated by America itself to engage in war. Each possible assailant has it’s own reasons. The most obvious is the rebels who certainly benefit from a Syrian airbase being decimated. For Donald Trump it could mean diverting attention away from the investigation of his campaign’s supposed ties to Russia. There’s probably other parties we haven’t even heard about yet.
How valid are any of these theories? It’s hard to say at this point. We at Common Sense Conspiracy are working overtime to get more real facts before we weigh in. But you can bet there’s more to the story than you will hear about on your mainstream news sources, and we will continue to make sure the real story gets told as more information becomes available.
In case you missed it, a few weeks ago President Donald Trump shocked the world when he took to Twitter to scold former President Barack Obama for wiretapping him and his associates during the presidential campaign and subsequent transition. Everyone laughed, pointed fingers, made memes, and said Trump was off his rocker. Only, now the Susan Rice revelations are showing that whether or not Trump was exactly right, he was at least not talking complete nonsense, and it will probably turn into quite a political and possibly even criminal issue as the Obama administration seeks to make Susan Rice the fall gal for the second time (remember Benghazi anyone?). We are not here to discuss the allegations and what it means. We just want to give our readers a quick scorecard so they are up to speed on where we are at with things.
Ok, let’s start back last year when Russia supposedly leaked to Wikileaks the emails that revealed that Bernie Sanders never was really in this thing, and the DNC let millions of Americans donate their hard-earned money to his campaign knowing full well that it was fixed and Hillary Clinton would be the candidate no matter what happened. Now, follow along here, Russia supposedly did this to “influence” the election by revealing to the American people that at least half of the primary process was fixed. Now, the whole Russia investigation revolves around the idea that Trump or someone close to Trump was talking and colluding with Russia to make this happen. Just in case that didn’t sink in, they are saying that Trump was colluding with Russia to leak the truth about the Democratic primary to the American people. In other words, Russia sought to influence the election in Trump’s favor by revealing to the American people just how corrupt the Democratic Party really was. And Trump was helping reveal the truth, which is what they are now investigating. I know it’s confusing.
Now, we find out that President Obama’s administration was also working hard to uncover the Trump collusion with Russia so it could leak it to the media or WikiLeaks and therefore influence the election in the other direction. Trump accused Obama of doing so, so he is now accusing Obama of doing what Obama is accusing him of doing. The scary thing is it looks like they are all right.
Yes, everyone is right. Everyone was trying to influence the election in an illegal fashion, and they were all doing it by revealing facts about each of the candidates that are basically indisputable. So, they sought to cleverly lie by telling the truth. Are you still with me?
Perhaps it would have been a lot easier if either political party could have simply found a decent human being to run for President. But that was too much to ask.
The terrorist incident in London in the area of the House of Commons has the United Kingdom on edge as reports of casualties and injuries grow by the minute. As is common in situations like these, there is tons of information being disseminated, but it is very difficult to ascertain the truth at this point. For this reason and more, Common Sense Conspiracy chooses to wait until more facts are available before we give our opinion on the nature of this attack.
That bring said, many conspiracy theorists refuse to take this prudent approach. Many have already taken to the Internet to voice their opinions about this being a false flag operation or some piece of government propaganda. Who knows at this point, but some of the alleged evidence being presented is unfortunately on the ridiculous side. Ritual dates, Illuminati references, and allusions to times on clocks in major films is not evidence of a false flag operation. It may turn out that there is more to this story, but this kind of speculation only aids those that try to discredit those of us who seriously and responsibly question the official account of things.
Today, Starbucks announced that it would hire 10,000 refugees over the next five years in a politically-charged response to President Donald Trump’s controversial temporary halting of refugees entering the United States from a select few countries (otherwise known as the “Muslim Ban”). The CEO of Starbucks thinks this is a great idea because he feels that the United States is wrongfully discriminating against these refugees temporarily, sometimes over race or religion. Meanwhile, he is announcing a plan to purposely discriminate against 380 million Americans who will not be considered for these 10,000 jobs due to their race or religion.
Guess you gotta fight fire with fire, huh? Way to go Starbucks. We know that our interpretation of your plan is being overdramatic, but no more so than the way you are overdramatizing the temporary halting of some people from some countries from entering the United States because of security concerns. Have a nice day.
P.S. Why not spend your time working on getting the names right on the cups instead of taking active political stands? Also, kudos to you for thinking that arbitrarily employing 10,000 refugees regardless of education, work history, or experience will somehow strike a blow in the millions upon millions of people suffering in war-torn countries across the globe.
In case you haven’t heard about this yet, the so-called Doomsday Clock is a symbolic clock that a group of international scientists that no one can pin down use to theorize on how close the Earth is to an apocalyptic world-ending event. Today, it was moved forward by a larger amount than it had in the past. The mainstream media was more than happy to blame this on Donald Trump becoming President of the United States a few days ago. However, this isn’t something that works like that. While the media and the previous administration probably would prefer for Trump to shoulder that blame, the truth is that plenty other things have happened to influence this matter. The nuclear deal with Iran along with the gift of uranium marked some of the more infamous parts of Obama’s legacy. Also, the doomsday clock puts a lot of emphasis on climate change. While the Trump administration may be no friend to climate change activists, it’s not like things are any different in that regard than the last or previous Republican Presidents. Trump may usher in the end of the world as we know it, but it certainly had nothing to do with this moment in time.