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.
It is pretty spectacular. James Comey today announced that the FBI is investigating whether the Trump campaign (you know, the one that won the election) colluded with Russia to influence the election. That’s pretty crazy news, if not surprising. We were already amazed that Hillary Clinton was able to run for president while being constantly investigated by the FBI (still ongoing, as a matter of fact), and now our sitting President is the subject of an investigation as well. The really crazy thing about it is that while it may be troubling if Trump’s campaign really was making deals with Russia to try to win the election, it doesn’t change the facts about the whole thing. Here’s a shocking revelation for you.
If Russia did try to influence the election, they did it only by revealing true things to Americans about their existing government. Let that sink in for a moment. That’s right. They didn’t hack electronic voting machines and change votes to Trump. They didn’t smear his opponent’s name with stories that were not true. They simply released information that Americans were never supposed to know, among those that the Democratic primary was a put-up deal from day one. Can you be accused of influencing an election by simply making public information the public should have had anyway?
Now, we’re not making a political statement here. The opinion of Common Sense Conspiracy is well known. We are not supporting Trump or Clinton with this message. What we are doing is just reminding everyone that this supposed “collusion” is being reported like it’s a dirty thing. In reality, Russia did the American people a solid by letting us know that our government is a lot closer to Putin’s government than we may have thought beforehand. Unfortunately for Hillary, her name is synonymous with government corruption, so it kind of puts a bad taste in people’s mouth. What’s more, what difference would it make if Russia had revealed damning information about Trump or the RNC? Trump survived the now infamous tape of him saying atrocities and it didn’t even slow down his train. And the RNC might have wished they had a plan like the Democrats did, but we all know that primary wasn’t fixed because of who won it.
So, when you watch these reports of how evil Russia tried to influence the American election, think whatever you like. But remember how they did it… by telling us the truth.
It’s kind of crazy that we always have to write articles like this. Now, it’s no secret that Common Sense Conspiracy frequently delves into things regarding the occult and the Illuminati, and we by no means discredit these things. As a matter of fact, we were fully on board with the Beyonce Illuminati blood mother ritual from the Grammys. That being said, not every celebrity death is the result of an Illuminati hit or blood sacrifice. In the case of Bill Paxton, there is little reason to suspect that his untimely death is anything more than what is being reported.
Paxton is a well-known actor that has been in many major films over his career spanning decades. However, when we’re talking Illuminati blood sacrifices, we’re talking major big names. Paxton is well-known, but never considered a marquee movie name. It means that we recognize his face and appreciate the roles he has played, but he has never been the kind of name to carry a movie on its own. We’re talking names like Tom Cruise or Leonardo DiCaprio. Paxton was a star, but not on that epic level that makes people suspect Illuminati involvement both in his career and his death. Instead, it appears that he was a honest, hard-working actor that died tragically in a very unexpected manner. It does happen, though we hate to admit it, and a lot of people just like to use things like this to make themselves feel better. In other words, there are those that would rather believe that the Illuminati murdered Bill Paxton than to believe that accidents happen and people die in routine surgeries every day. Most don’t, and that’s why we continue to use these procedures. The quality of life that it brings to the many people that make it just fine makes up for the occasional person that doesn’t make it. Paxton just happens to be a well-known one that didn’t make it, so naturally it gets a lot more attention.
None of this is to take away from the tragedy, and it’s also not meant to take away from real conspiracy theories that are based in facts and mature speculation. But not every one of these is more sinister in nature, and we at the CSC see nothing about Paxton’s death that would make us suspect that there is more to the story. If more facts come out that makes us change our minds, you will be the first to know.
The videos below are some examples of conspiracy theorists on the Internet right now that are trying to push forward this theory. While they certainly have the right to voice their opinions, we believe that jumping on everything creates a “boy who cried wolf” effect. If we say that every death is an Illuminati blood sacrifice without facts to back it up, we just give the media and the government more credibility when they try to write off anyone who questions the official story of things as a “conspiracy nut.”
Well, it depends on who you ask exactly what it means. It has never been disputed by conspiracy theorists or NASA that there is a ninth planet (Pluto, if you remember, was demoted leaving us with only eight planets once again). They just disagree on what it is called, where it might be found, and what it means for Earth and the solar system. Now, NASA is openly calling for everyday average civilians to assist it with going through thousands upon thousands of space images in the search for the mysterious ninth planet.
The program, called “Backyard Worlds: Planet 9”, is pretty simple. Despite tons of cash and manpower, the amount of images that NASA has to sift through in the search for the ninth planet is so great that they still can’t do it. They need help, and they need lots of it. So they are basically outsourcing it to the common man. Of course, they aren’t offering pay for this service, only the novelty of being part of the project and that really, really small chance that you discover the ninth planet from your bedroom. It doesn’t require any real scientific knowledge or experience. Volunteers simply review the images and mark anything that they deem to be out of the ordinary so that real astronomers from NASA can narrow down what they need to look at. It goes without saying that there will be a wide margin of error here, but when you’re dealing with things in astronomical terms, anything to narrow it down at all is better than nothing.
For conspiracy theorists, this is viewed as NASA coming clean. See, the legend of Planet Nibiru has been around for quite a while. As the story goes, Nibiru is the ninth planet, but it isn’t orbiting the sun from a freakishly long distance beyond even Pluto. It’s actually barreling straight for the Earth and has been for a very long time. When it collides with the Earth (inevitably, according to the theory), it will be the sort of cataclysm that ended the dinosaurs, only this time it will be humanity. NASA has long denied that this is a thing, and they still do. They have even recognized the theory with informational videos explaining just why it wouldn’t make any sense whatsoever to believe that a huge planet is hurtling toward the Earth at breakneck speeds because, for one thing, of the gravitational consequences of that. Basically, if Nibiru was where conspiracy theorists say it is, then everything as we know it would be different. Of course, conspiracy theorists debate that with their own facts and figures and gravitational calculations. In any case, many are taking this as NASA coming clean about Nibiru, although it doesn’t really seem that way from where we are standing. Some are insinuating that Nibiru is getting dangerously close, so NASA is reaching out for help before it’s too late. Others say that NASA wants a civilian to discover Nibiru so that they can cover up the covering up all these years. A backyard hero would make many believe that they really just didn’t know about it all this time. These are only a couple of conspiracy theories about NASA’s surprising announcement.
For what it’s worth, this is not the only instance of NASA and other organizations reaching out for the public’s help. The Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence program (SETI) has used the processing power of civilian computers for many years now. When you are not using your computer, you can arrange to have SETI use it to scan for radio signals and other such data in the cosmos. To date, nothing has come from either program. What do you think? Is NASA asking for help because they really can’t find Nibiru? Is the ninth planet just another thing to teach the kids in their textbooks, or is a major space catastrophe just around the corner? We want to hear your opinions in the comments below.
Beyonce’s pregnant performance at the 2017 Grammy Awards lived up to what any good conspiracy theorist might have hoped for. Channeling everything from Illuminati symbolism to an almost dead-on reenactment of the story of Jesus Christ from a woman’s perspective, it was all here and is prime for analysis. Our friends on the Internet were quick to point out the performance which may be her most controversial yet. And that is saying a lot, folks.
What did you think of Beyonce’s performance? Is this the big finish to her evolution to the grand Illuminati priestess of all time? Or just another artist trying to look cool?
When the news broke that Lady Gaga would be the performer at this year’s Super Bowl, we at Common Sense Conspiracy knew that it would be a big news day. Lady Gaga is one of our most scrutinized artists. She is accused of not only being an Illuminati princess/henchwoman, but also has a rich history of being accused of actual demon or devil possession. To give her a stage like this one just asks for Illuminati symbols and rituals right before millions of American (and international) eyes.
All that would be dramatic enough, but add in a controversy with some saying that Gaga was told not to address the election of Donald Trump to the office of President of the United States in her performance, and you have a potential explosion on live television in the works. Lady Gaga was one of the first major celebrities to really come out against the new Prez, even protesting publicly in front of the Trump Tower in New York. Both Gaga and the NFL have denied that any such decree was made, but many still think that there may have been some behind-the-scene censorship going on on music’s biggest and most cherished stage.
What do you think of Gaga’s performance? We posted it below, but this video will surely not be up for long, so forgive us if the link is broken. That is part of the game with these types of performances. The second video shows what some conspiracy theorists were saying before the big day.
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.