The death of Tom Petty is unexpected, although perhaps not as surprising as some other really high-profile celebrity deaths recently. Think Prince or Chris Cornell. Petty lived the rock’n’roll lifestyle for almost his entire life, considering his over forty-year long career in the industry. He certainly enjoyed his share of alcohol and drugs, although he was supposedly clean of all except marijuana, which he was a huge supporter of. In any case, it’s not that hard to buy that Tom Petty could die from a massive heart attack at this age. It’s tragic, of course, and untimely, but not unbelievable.
Facts like that won’t stop the speculation, however. There are already plenty of theories out there on the Internet, especially in conspiracy circles. Could Tom Petty have been an Illuminati sacrifice?
Well, we did our usual investigation into the matter, and there’s really not a lot of information out there that would suggest that there is any evidence to back up this hypothesis. He was good friends with Stevie Nicks, who is often speculated to be an Illuminati member. She also had some sort of relationship with Prince, who passed away in 2016 under suspicious circumstances. Could it be that Tom was murdered as the Illuminati delivering some sort of message to Nicks? Who knows? But there certainly isn’t any real reason to think so on the information we have so far.
Most likely Tom Petty died of a massive heart attack just like they said after living a too short but very fruitful life. Anything else for now is only speculation. Don’t believe everything you read on the Internet.
Also, there is a guy on the Internet that claims to predict the next Illuminati sacrifice, and supposedly gets it right every time.
Truth is he prepares these videos in advance and then changes the titles when something happens to make it look like he predicted it. It still fools an awful lot of people though.
Many in conspiracy circles are getting worked up about an emergency order signed by the governor of the U.S. Virgin Islands that apparently gave permission for forces to start seizing guns and ammunition ahead of the Hurricane Irma catastrophe. The truth is…well that is exactly what happened. While the authorities are denying that any actual seizure of weapons occurred (or could legally), they are not denying that the emergency order that went into effect did indeed include provisions for such, even if it was not executed.
We at the CSC don’t have to tell you what a slippery slope it is when you start signing orders that say you could do it but don’t worry, we didn’t do it this time. There is reason for concern here.
The situation in Charlottesville last weekend has escalated a variety of things in America. First of all, the narrative that started during the election cycle is coming full circle. All through now President Donald Trump’s campaign, it was suggested that his stances on many things emboldened white supremacists and bigots of all sorts to come out of the woodworks. The media portrayed Trump’s heavily-attended rallies as gathering spots for these sorts of people. Now, millions upon millions of people voted for Trump in the election (although he still did not win the popular vote in the United States). The insinuation is that America is made up of roughly about 75% white supremacists, Nazis, and other various forms of racist bigots. The other half is the oppressed by this 75%. Of course, by their own figures, 25% of the white supremacists didn’t vote for Trump at all, the first sign that there could be something wrong with the narrative.
The truth is that the KKK, Nazi sympathizers, and identifying white supremacists make up an unbelievably low percentage of the American public. Do they exist? Sure. But not in any kind of way that makes any difference. At this point, they are forced to hide their feelings or be an outcast from society. They have no real power or influence. The idea that this was behind Trump’s Presidency is a slap in the face to anyone that just made a conscious decision to vote for him over the other candidate, controversy-buried Hillary Clinton. So why is the media pushing so hard to convince Americans and the world that they have a real problem here? Easy. What is the other hand doing?
Anytime the mainstream media and the government seems to be working overtime to focus your attention on something, you can rest assured there is a reason for it. Watch what they other hand is doing. Try to filter through the distractions.
Right now, in America, people are debating whether or not to take down statues from historical figures because some people are offended. Right now, the average American walking down the street thinks that his or her own country is full of white supremacists. There’s no evidence to think that. There was a rally in Charlottesville that apparently brought out some people that are exuberant about what they are, and one person even took to murder. You can bet a race-related murder or crime happens every day in our country. There’s 380 million people in the world’s “melting pot.” There’s gonna be stuff like that. Why did this one all of a sudden have everyone up in arms? If Hillary Clinton were President would the rally have still happened? Almost definitely. You can bet rallies like this happened under Barack Obama also. There was just no reason to report it in the media, because what purpose would that serve? There is always a collective handful of people that want to push this sort of thing. There is something wrong with those people. No question. However, the idea that they represent a movement is nothing more than a ploy by the government and media to convince Americans that they are supposed to hate each other, that they still hate each other, and that they will always hate each other.
Meanwhile, they move on other fronts. And the debate about statues continue while they come up with another freedom to take away or another way to advance their real agenda and the New World Order.
Read between the lines. Go outside. See your neighbors. Do you see civil unrest? Does it look like America is in a ravaging civil war? The news wants you to think so. Sometimes the weatherman says it’s raining. If you walk outside and see that it’s not, do you still believe him?
Generally, the mainstream media is considered to be supportive of what is referred to as the left in American politics. This is mainly the Democratic Party. We at Common Sense Conspiracy, of course, have long propagated the assessment that America really doesn’t have a two-party system. Really there is only one party, the establishment, and never at a time in history has that been as obvious as it is right now.
Every other news report you see right now will tell you that Donald Trump is recklessly pushing America toward an all-out nuclear war confrontation with North Korea. While this website does not support Trump and does not want to be misconstrued, we do want to point out what is really happening behind the scenes.
Does Donald Trump want to go to war with North Korea? Maybe. We can’t claim to know what’s on his mind or what his personal agenda is. The mainstream media (and therefore the shadow government) we can claim to understand, however. Just in the past couple of days there has been mountains of evidence that the mainstream media is pushing Americans to accept a war with North Korea.
One great example is the way the news reported Trump’s “fire and fury” comments. According to the media, Trump irresponsibly poked at Kim Jong Un without thinking. The way his comments are represented it appears as just that. He is threatening to nuke North Korea. What the mainstream media has left out each and every time is the rest of what Trump said. Trump’s comments might sound harsh, but they were all conditional. He did not threaten to attack North Korea unless provoked by them making the first move. This is far from just threatening to nuke a country because you have a problem with them. All of Trump’s comments have been represented by the media as if he is the aggressor and Kim Jong Un is a peaceful guy getting bullied. A simple Google search can give you a lot more information about what is really happening.
It doesn’t stop there. A news report last week cited as “Breaking News” said that North Korea may have succeeded in creating and miniaturizing a nuclear warhead. This is significant because it means they have the technology to fit it in one of those long-range missiles they are testing all of the time. The problem with the report is that it reported this as breaking news. It actually happened four years ago. That’s right. Why report that now again and make it sound like it was new?
Lastly, the situation in Guam comes to mind. After Trump’s comments, North Korea’s dictator fired back with what the media reported as a threat to attack Guam in the middle of August. Simply reading the reports reveals what actually happened. North Korea threatened to launch missiles in the vicinity of Guam in the water as an example of what they are capable of. At no moment did they say they would actually attack. The media said that in a blatant attempt to scare the public and turn their opinions.
So, you see the truth is that not much has changed. Is North Korea a problem? Sure, but why now? What has made it rise to the top as a critical thing that must be dealt with right now, no waiting?
Is the mainstream media so desperate to criticize Donald Trump for getting America into yet another war that they will literally start one?
Here at Common Sense Conspiracy, talking about the possibility that an event was a false flag operation after the fact is pretty much standard operating procedure. In this case, we just want to do it in reverse.
Now, we’re not publicly saying that there is going to be a false flag operation that ignites a war scenario between the United States and North Korea. We’re just saying that it does look like a classic setup. Let’s say it like this. Let’s go meteorological. It’s like a tornado watch. Conditions are favorable for a false flag operation. A lot of indicators point that something like that could happen. It’s like when they change the terror colors. Doesn’t mean it’s a sure thing, but it means there is at least some reason to speculate.
The buildup between the young Donald Trump administration and North Korea is slowly escalating. It actually has been going on for years, but you can tell that there is some reason this is coming to a head now. And for those that think that’s all Trump, stop it right now. Hillary Clinton would have been just as aggressive (if not more so) than Trump on this matter. It’s not about who the President is. It’s about those magical men behind the scenes who have decided that now is the time.
So, you have the classic setup. Nobody is real excited about going to war with North Korea. It is a given that thousands of South Koreans will perish. That is almost unavoidable. There is the possibility that China and Russia might actually align with North Korea and plunge us into a real World War 3 scenario. So, right now, it doesn’t look all that attractive to anyone to try to take Kim out. But that drum is beating. Every few days, North Korea does something to provoke, and the media shows us their progression. The same people that told you last year that it may be decades before North Korea actually creates a usable nuclear weapon now say they may already have twenty (these so-called experts are so contradictory that they literally probably can’t remember what they said last week). But still, why would anyone really say that this is the time to pull the trigger?
We’ll tell you. There are two ways the war could ignite right now. One is if North Korea’s leader is actually so crazy and has such a death wish that he would take one of his newly-minted intercontinental missiles and throw a massive explosion in Alaska, Hawaii, or maybe even Seattle. Alaska seems the most likely. He could detonate a missile in the middle of Alaska’s sparsely populated regions and say “Look, I told you I could do it.” That would probably be enough for Trump to go get him. But then, wouldn’t it be just as easy for the United States to drop a warhead in the middle of the Alaskan wilderness and say it was Kim? See, that scenario doesn’t require anyone to be crazy or to have a death wish. It just requires someone to be sinister and be pulling the strings. In some ways, it would be one of the friendliest false flag operations ever, because no one would have to die for the fire to be stoked.
Is it likely? Who knows? Do we really think that the United States is about to firebomb Alaska to heave us into an all-out conflict with North Korea? No, not really. But you have to admit it isn’t the craziest idea you’ve ever heard. If you are the type of person that believes in Tonkin, Pearl Harbor, and 9/11 being government operations, then this is probably small potatoes to you. This is not even that grand. If you’re the type of person that believes the government would never do anything like that, ask yourself why? Because you believe they value American lives? Maybe, but this doesn’t even require them.
Only time will tell, but we are just putting it out there. Most likely nothing of the sort will happen, but if it does, well, I guess you heard it here first.
Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May is publicly calling for social media giants like Facebook and Twitter to become hostile places for terrorists looking to communicate or recruit. Now, we all can probably agree that this is a good idea, and we certainly hope that none of our readers would feel otherwise. However, it is our duty at Common Sense Conspiracy to point out where this could lead in the future.
Grabbing control over the Internet has been a problem for world governments for now decades. While we may never know exactly what happened behind the scenes, somehow the Internet took off and became what it is today without governments all over the world realizing it in time to put the clamps down on it. This kind of unchecked freedom keeps them up at night, and there have been many legislative attempts over the years to find a way to exert more control over it. Social media blowing up like it has only upped the ante.
So, while we are not necessarily implying that May and others are using terrorist acts as a means for pushing for more Internet control, we are saying that the possibility for that exists. Whether that is the goal behind the scenes right now, you can rest assured they wouldn’t mind if gaining more control of the Internet and social media was some sort of collateral damage in fighting the spread of extremism. This is another example of what is often referred to by conspiracy theorists as the “slippery slope.” What starts out as one thing, and even a good thing at that, turns into something else entirely with time. Stay tuned as we continue to analyze this and future situations.
In little more than a week’s time, we have seen multiple events that have made a lot of eyebrows rise worldwide in conspiracy circles. For veterans to this scene, this explanation is probably not necessary (although you might still find it interesting or want to pile on if you have any more information that you think is helpful). However, the political climate among other things has a lot of people on edge, and that means that more people than ever before are turning to alternative news sources and opinions. This is an overwhelmingly great thing, and we are proud to have all newcomers. This is a primer for those that might wonder why so many people think what they think when things like this happen in our world.
It is drilled into our minds from almost infancy that our government and civic system is designed to keep us safe. Safety is one of the cornerstones of true control, and the government (all over the world) takes it very seriously. However, what if you are safe already? What if there isn’t a threat? Well, that doesn’t work out well for them, and that’s why it will never happen. So, many in conspiracy circles believe that if things are going okay in the world, the powers-that-be will work overtime to make sure that it doesn’t stay that way. That is where all of the drama about false flag operations and such originates.
Situations like the terror attacks in Britain are a great example. Are they false flag operations? Who knows? We at Common Sense Conspiracy certainly have no real evidence to present for or against. But the reason it gets tossed around is because these sorts of things are just bad enough to cause mass panic and hysteria, but not bad enough to encourage people to revolt. In other words, they want us to feel just unsafe enough that we believe the government is taking care of us. Does that mean that every major violent event in the world is a false flag operation? Absolutely not, and the CSC has repeatedly gone on the record questioning the validity of claims. As always, we like to see some evidence, preferably tangible, before we start putting theories forward. Too many people out there (we’re not saying any names) in our line of work don’t follow this rule, and they lead to the rest of us getting labelled as tin-foil hat wearers and conspiracy nuts. The reality is that there are false flag operations, and we know this. Deciphering real ones from unfounded speculation is a big part of what we do here.
Climate change is another topic that was big in the news this past week. President Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris accords was a major news story and led to a lot of doomsday predictions. Now, we’re not here to give you a full scientific rundown or climate change and the evidence for or against. All we are saying is that it’s like a game. Is climate change real? Sure. Look around. Is it caused by man? Sure, probably doesn’t help anything. But is Florida going to be underwater in 2030? Now that’s getting a little crazy with it. Is the United States going to be consumed by a fireball as temperatures spiral out of control? The doomsday prophecies of climate change are ironic because of this. Almost every ardent supporter of climate change is probably vehemently against Donald Trump. Yet, they use his style of negotiation. Shoot high and hope to get something in the middle. They preach doomsday hoping that maybe they will get people to change somewhere down the line. This is probably a pretty obvious strategy to most reasonable people. However, what you may not have considered is that they also want you to be afraid. Too much gets made out of the politics of it. The Democrats want you to be afraid that the Republicans will cause your Earth to be destroyed and all your grandchildren’s children to perish. The Republicans want you to believe that the Democrats are wasting your money on a bunch of bologna. The reality is that both sides like it. Or a better description would be that the real government likes it. Once again, it promotes fear. It also promotes division. Those two things are critical aspects at keeping people (where the real power lies) in check.
So, we hope as you peruse our articles here at Common Sense Conspiracy both today and in the future, you will remember this one that kind of gives you a primer for what you will see here. No matter how one-sided a lot of things might look at first glance, a lot of times if you look closer, you’ll see that all sides benefit, not just one or the other. That’s what we call the machine at work, and believe you me, it has been working overtime in our world this past week.