Midterm Elections Prove That the Elite Haven’t Lost a Step

The election of Donald Trump to the office of President of the United States seemed different.  He had usurped the Republican Party somehow and bent it to his will.  It was exciting to those of us in conspiracy circles regardless of whether you actually supported the man himself.  The bottom line is he brought a new hope that maybe the one-party two-party political system could be beaten if the right person came along.

Maybe that was true and maybe it wasn’t.  However, sitting here two years out, the midterm elections are proving that the powers-that-be behind the scenes are as strong and powerful as ever.

What is the Deep State?

It’s not just a term that knuckleheads like Sean Hannity and Rush Limbaugh use.  It’s real, and we’ve been preaching about it here at Common Sense Conspiracy as long as we’ve been around.  Now, the actual term “deep state” may be new, but basically this is the shadow government, the movers and shakers that pull the strings behind the scenes and really run the United States of America.  Now, in past times, this was something that would have had everyone laughing at you and offering you a hat made of tin foil if you dared bring it up.  Oh, how the times have changed!

Enter Donald Trump.  Conspiracies used to be fodder for sites like us, not the mainstream news.  Fox News, CNN, you name it, all the mainstream media services are now broadcasting conspiracy theories without any evidence around the clock.  We’ve even referenced the media sometimes having to back off the conventional rhetoric that to be a conspiracy theorist means you are off your rocker.  It’s definitely hurt our livelihood here at the CSC to have to compete with global media magnates to discuss conspiracy theories, but that’s the way the ball bounces sometimes.  Anyway, the deep state is nothing new, although for major media outlets to be recognizing it as factual certainly is.

How “The Donald” Changed the Game

The same pattern has been going on for decades, orchestrated by the deep state, if you must call it that.  You have presidential elections with two folks that call themselves either Republican or Democrat.  They toss a lot of crap around, but when it’s all said and done, they are pretty darn similar, and one of them wins.  Then, the other side goes all indignant and in the midterms, the side that is not in power takes over a little bit just to keep everything in this perfect state of denial.  You probably think that Democrats and Republicans want to control the House, Senate, and the Presidency (as both Donald Trump and Barack Obama did have it for two years each).  Nothing could be further from the truth.  Actually, it terrifies them.  That means you have no excuse for not doing anything, and it really reveals what you are all about.

When Barack Obama had the big three, he pushed through the controversial ObamaCare legislation, but left virtually all of George Bush’s policies in place.  He could have done anything he wanted.  That was it.  The midterms came and everything stayed the same for six more years.

Donald Trump could have disassembled ObamaCare.  He tried, but the Republicans refused to do it.  This made them look bad to those that oppose the health care bill.  Here, they finally had the power and they still chose not to do it.  Why?  Because Donald Trump changed the game.

If a normal Republican politician had came into power, he wouldn’t have even tried to repeal ObamaCare because he would have obeyed the deep state’s explicit instructions not to do so.  Trump didn’t listen and pushed anyway, and the Republicans had to stop him.  They would have much rather not have had to take the blame for that, which is why they much prefer the current situation with the split-party Congress.

Why Does Doing Nothing Appeal to Them?

All those agendas and all that trash talk in campaigns, and then you are telling me these guys would rather sit and do nothing and point fingers at each other.  Absolutely.  It’s easy, it keeps the equilibrium that they want, and it keeps the rest of the nation bitterly divided.  That is what those folks in the deep state call a real win-win situation.

They don’t want to change anything.  Neither side does.  Don’t be fooled.  The current situation is what they like and do best.  The Democrats will blame the Republicans for why they can’t get anything done.  The Republicans will blame the Democrats.  Trump will blame everybody.  Ordinary Americans that support either side will be mad, but they will once again take the bait and resign themselves to that position of “if we just had the House we could really do something.”  Ignoring the fact that when they did have all three, still, nothing was done.

History repeats itself and nothing changes except the roots of the deep state ever grow stronger.

Why Do Americans Fall For It?

To be quite frank, because they are really good at what they do.  They get Americans ready to strangle each other talking about issues that have nothing to do with anything.  Issues that have already been decided even.  We’re talking abortion, gay marriage, religion.  They are programmed over time to think that there are so many obvious lines of division that it never occurs to them that their two-party system is actually just one-party playing a really fun game of chess with the pawns, which in case you haven’t figured it out yet, are the American people.

There is no viable third option in most cases, and that is another reason that Americans find it hard to rise up and cast out this silliness.  They do have the power to do it with their ballots, but there’s no other real choice, and when there is a third choice it’s some joke that has no chance of winning.  So, then you fall back into that classic “lesser of two evils” way of thinking.

Yes, there is some logic behind voting for the lesser of two evils, but as they saying goes, if you vote that way, you will inevitable end up with evil one way or another.

Bottom line:  Americans haven’t had enough of it yet.  So, enjoy it.  You are laying in a bed that you make every two years and you have no signs of changing the sheets.

Why Kanye West May Be The Most Rational Voice We Have Right Now?

Rapper, public figure, and significant other to really, really public figure Kim Kardashian Kanye West has been in the news quite frequently here of late, and it’s created quite a stir, as always.  Kanye West has always been a fixture in the news since he reached superstardom, and nothing has changed.  However, the tactics have.

There’s a lot to analyze here.  Kanye’s controversial support of Donald Trump has drawn massive headlines, but his message isn’t really as crazy as the mainstream media would like for you to believe.  Then, his sudden distancing himself from “Blexit,” the media-appointed name for the call for African Americans to leave the Democratic Party (which has done absolutely nothing for them) and join the Republican Party (which has done absolutely nothing for them), has only added to the controversy.  Now, let’s get down to what is Kanye all about and where did all this mess come from.

Make America Great Again — Kanye West’s New Slogan

Donning (isn’t that an appropriate verb) that now infamous red hat, Kanye has been very vocal in his support for President Donald Trump and not just after he won the election.  He also has expressed his love for Hillary Clinton, the Donald’s competitor in the election.  Kanye loves everybody.  However, he has run into a pretty momentous backlash after on a rant on Saturday Night Live in which the actors now claim false imprisonment, and an actual meeting with President Trump in the Oval Office which has now become the ultimate Uncle Tom meme fodder.

The latest in this controversy is the “Blexit” movement.  It is a movement that doesn’t actually exist.  Almost no one believes that African Americans are likely to change their voting habits.  For starters, a huge percentage of them don’t vote.  Those that do tend to lean Democratic and what Kanye and Trump are right about is that they have absolutely no fact-based reason for doing so.  They just do.  Like we state before tongue-in-cheek, the reality is that neither party gives a flying you-know-what about African Americans.  They might as well flip a coin, or even better yet, save that gas money and just stay at the house.

We Need a “Poliexit” Not a “Blexit”

If you’ve been paying attention so far, we have pointed out on two totally separate occasions that the Democratic Party and the Republican Party (which we at Common Sense Conspiracy will always argue are one and the same) both don’t care about African Americans.  That sucks, I guess, but we want to clarify our comments.  It’s not just an African American problem.  It’s an American problem.

See, the same can be said for whites or Native Americans, or whatever other ethnic group you want to dream up.  The Republican Party has never done anything for them either.  Nor has the Democratic Party.  At least not in recent memory, that’s for sure.  The reality is that Kanye is right, but he should distance himself from this so-called “Blexit.”

We don’t need African Americans to leave the Democratic Party and join the Republican one.  We need for Americans to join “Poliexit” where they reject two political parties that have very obviously been colluding against the American public for decades now.  It’s time to turn them all out and find a better way.

Kanye probably doesn’t understand that all the way, but he is actually a lightning rod for free thought.   That counts for a lot in our book.

Kanye’s Message Actually Mostly Makes Sense

It’s fascinating to watch, really.  A prominent and famous African American asks the President of the United States about a lot of critical issues, and he is ridiculed and called crazy.  Meanwhile, an awful lot of what Kanye had to say makes perfect sense, if you stop carrying your party flag.  Kanye spoke out against some things that have been wrong about the political and judicial system since the beginning of the United States.  He gets absolutely 100% zero credit for this.  As a matter of fact, it’s quite the opposite.  Kanye has been written off as crazy by the mainstream media because he has at least kind of sorta sided with Donald Trump.

Remarkably, in all the voices we see right now, Kanye’s might be the most coherent.

But Isn’t Kanye Illuminati?

There are plenty of theories that both Kanye West and his superstar wife Kim are big-time Illuminati members.  We all remember the famous spectacle when Kanye interrupted Taylor Swift at the MTV Video Music Awards to give his public endorsement that Beyonce should have won her award.  That has long been labelled as the moment a new Illuminati priestess was appointed.  Taylor’s (and Beyonce’s for that matter) success certainly seem to validate this theory.

Is Kanye still that figure?  Does that even make sense?

Ironically, yes.  The Illuminati would take probably take more pride in his newsworthiness than anything else.  To the Illuminati, Kanye only matters as long as he has an audience and an outreach.  He has proven with his stands for making America great again that he still has that appeal.

See, it doesn’t matter if they are mad or not.  What matters is they are still talking about you.

Game, Kanye.

The Truth About Making Money Online — Wealthy Affiliate is a Gamechanger

No this may not be exactly about conspiracies.  Well, maybe.  Everyday, all of the time, we see people falling for terrible scams on the Internet revolving around making money online.  There’s no shame for the victims here.  Everyone is looking to make a few extra bucks, and the online world is very inviting.  No commute.  The promise of easy money is alluring.  Common Sense Conspiracy is a blog at heart, and while we were not created to make money, we do employ some ads around to try to pay the bills.  Hosting a website costs money, and sometimes it’s not cheap (especially if you start having some real traffic).  So, we understand, and many of us here have also sought ways to make money from the comfort of our own home.  The conspiracy here is that there is no conspiracy.  The truth is you can make money online, but it’s not going to be easy.  It’s going to be hard.

But What About <insert company>?

Truth be told, there are reputable companies where you can make money online, especially if writing is one of your talents.  Unfortunately, there are so many scams and promises of easy glory out there, that it can be next to impossible to actually find those opportunities that are legitimate.

Without being ultra-discouraging, we think there are a couple of things that you can count on as signs that a company is legitimate.  First, they are not advertising quick riches for little effort.  Legit companies will tell you that this is going to be a drag, and you have to be in it for the long game.  Common Sense Conspiracy didn’t see any real traffic for many months after its inception, and it didn’t see any real money for its efforts for years.  This doesn’t happen fast, and it isn’t going to be life-changing money.  Real legit online opportunities are probably going to be supplemental income, like a part-time job but without the hassle of having to go somewhere.  You might invest quite a few hours with little return for literally years.  The reputable companies will tell you this up front.  The bottom line is that if you are reading about an online money-making opportunity and they act like it’s easy, it’s probably not the real deal.  And you know how we at Common Sense Conspiracy feel about BS.

So What are the Real Opportunities?

The most common, reputable ways to make money online are either by providing a service for money (no dark web drug selling, either… we said reputable) or by providing an opinion.  That’s about it, unless you have created a physical product that you are pushing.  In that case, you have all the logistics of production and shipping and all that stuff.  We aren’t going there, although it is very possible to start such a business online.  We are going the route where you don’t have a physical product, but you are selling either entertainment, advice, or an opinion about a product.

Writing an entertaining blog may get you some subscribers and a little ad revenue, but it would take multitudes of traffic to make a real change in your bank account.  The CSC has received over 3 million visitors in its time and still doesn’t really make that much money.  Blogging is a good way to engage with others and maybe blow off some steam, but it’s really difficult to make real money that way.  That’s why affiliate marketing is all the rage these days.

Affiliate Marketing 101 — Wealthy Affiliate

At first glance, Wealthy Affiliate does look like some click bait.  They are promising that you can make money through affiliate marketing and they will help you do it.  That’s all they really promise, and if you look a little deeper into it, you’ll find that nowhere do they ever imply that it will be easy.

Kyle, one of the founders of Wealthy Affiliate, even wrote a very detailed article explaining to the newbies that it may take as much as six months to just see organic traffic on your site, much less see conversions and profits.  Some take longer, and some can do it sooner.  Some of that is luck of the draw, but it’s mostly getting what you put in.

Wealthy Affiliate’s training program takes you from square one of getting an idea for a niche-related website and then designing said website.  From there, it teaches you about SEO, how to attract traffic, and how to eventually use all of this positivity to make money through affiliate programs.  The most beautiful part is that Wealthy Affiliate lets you try all this on in the fitting room 100% free of charge.   That’s right.  A guest account is free and requires only an email.  No credit cards or subscription BS.  We like the sound of that.

So, What’s the Catch?

There is always a catch.  We at the CSC would never claim otherwise.  The catch here is that the premiere part of the Wealthy Affiliate service costs some real money.  At $49 a month, it’s not cheap.  They do offer an introductory month at $19.  There is also huge savings if you go yearly instead.  We recommend starting with a free account for sure, but we will warn you.  This ultra-supportive community is infectious, and you will find yourself wanting to plunk down your hard-earned money to give this thing a try.  Should you?  Well, that’s the question isn’t it.

Wealthy Affiliate makes no bones about the work it’s going to take to get your online business in affiliate marketing off the ground.  This is not a short-term thing.  You are looking long game here, and if you’re not, then you are just chasing the shiny gold that the sites we talked about above are hawking.  This is about putting in the work, day in and day out for maybe years before you really see the fruits of your labor.  That may not sound encouraging or exciting, but it’s real.  The real world works that way, and unfortunately, even the online world still exists in the real world.

So What Does $49 Get Me?

This is the part that really put us here at Common Sense Conspiracy feeling like we could willfully advocate this product without compromising our morals.  The $49 a month fee seems a little steep, but it includes hosting for your websites.  We can tell you that if you wanted to start five or even ten websites, you would pay a whole lot more than $49 a month to host all of them with decent bandwidth.  Honestly, this almost makes it worth the monthly subscription alone, even if the rest of the site was rubbish.

It’s not rubbish though.  These people are super-supportive, and everyone seems to be on the same page.  The whole community revolves around helping each other reach goals, and the infrastructure encourages this as well.  The only caveat here is to not get so lost in the community that you forget to do your work on your business.

On top of the very attractive website hosting deal, you get tons of training videos, articles, and live webinars.  You also have access to their community for everything from templates for creating keyword-rich SEO-driven content to actually getting real live comments from people through their SiteComments system.

Is Wealthy Affiliate Worth It?

Worth what?  It’s free to try it out.  It’s definitely worth that.  Give it a look and take your time.  Maybe now is not the time for you to get into something like this, but keep it in mind somewhere down the road.  This community makes the work seem fun and engaging even if you are working two jobs and struggling to find the time.  That’s what really stands out here is the community and the resources.

We failed to mention that WA also includes a lite subscription to Jaaxy, an unbelievable keyword tool that will help you immensely in your quest to find keywords that don’t have so much competition.  This really can kickstart your website by becoming an authority on the right words that will help search engines like Google really start to steer people your way.  We advocate it because it works.  On a slow news day, Common Sense Conspiracy often uses Jaaxy to find out what people are looking for.  We want to help, and finding out what is popular on the search engines can point you in the right direction to providing a quality product that people will enjoy.

Give Wealthy Affiliate a try.  It may not be for you, or more importantly, it may not be something that you can find the time to give it the attention that it demands.  This is work.  Make no mistake.   But the possibility of passive income stream can really light your fire.

Common Sense Conspiracy doesn’t make a practice of advocating products like this.  Our history backs this up.  The bottom line is that this is a legitimate life-changing product, and we wanted to share it with our readers.

Conspiracy Theorists Ask the Question — Are Suspicious Packages a False Flag Operation?

It is now a major news story all over the world.  Suspicious packages are turning up in different places in America, some with explosive devices.  They have no targeted some pretty high-level political figures, including former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton (and therefore former President Bill Clinton) and the Obama family.  Packages were also targeted at George Soros and former Attorney General Eric Holder.  This is only a few of the names.  This is an ongoing news story, and more instances are being revealed as we write this.

For those in conspiracy circles, the question here is who is responsible?  Are these attempted attacks really seriously trying to hurt these targets?  Does anyone really think they can successfully mail a bomb to Barack Obama and expect that mission to be successful?

Most people of normal intelligence would expect that to fail.  And it did.  The Secret Service intercepted the packages, and neither Hillary Clinton nor the Obama family were ever really in imminent danger.  This is not to say that the actions are not despicable because they certainly are.  Our point is just that it seems like a mission doomed to fail, which makes conspiracy theorists wonder if that isn’t exactly what it was.

Would this count as a false flag?  Well, maybe.  What if the Democratic Party was actually behind these attacks?  Wait, you’ve got it backwards, you are thinking right now.  What if the Republicans are behind these attacks is what you meant to say.  Nope, we had it right the first time.

The targets of these attacks thus far have all been people aligned with the Democratic Party.  Now that could change any minute now, but so far that is the case.  So, based on these facts, it is safe to say that the majority of Americans probably believe right now that the origination of these packages will eventually be found to be a Republican sympathizer.  But what if the packages were just designed to create even more bad will toward the Republicans just before an extremely important midterm election cycle that is now not even two weeks away.  After all, a big part of the Democratic battle cry right now is to brand the other side as terrible, heartless people.  This would just be one more nail in that coffin.

Sending packages that you know have no chance of accomplishing their perceived goal means that no one was ever really in danger, so it could be a political ploy.  If this theory held true, that would indeed fit the definition of a false flag operation.

We will continue to monitor this situation as more facts become available, and we will discuss any and all theories.  This is just the first thing that is being tossed around as this story develops.  A suspicious package turning up at a prominent Republican’s doorstep would change the game quite a bit and lead the theories in a radical new direction.  In any case, there is something going in America this week, and Common Sense Conspiracy will be watching it closely.

Khashoggi Crisis Highlights Years of Conspiracy Theories About Saudi Arabia

The apparent murder of the 59-year-old journalist (and harsh critic of the policies of Saudi Arabia) Khashoggi has caused quite a stir this past couple of weeks.  Now, President Donald Trump is calling this a cover-up.  The United States is proclaiming that those responsible will be punished, and it is openly questioning the official account of things by the Saudis, which is that the journalist was murdered in a Saudi Arabia consulate in Istanbul, Turkey.

Saudi Arabia is a longtime ally of the United States in an area of the world not known for allies of the United States.

Further clouding the situation is a slowly revealed narrative that shows that this was no chance happening, but a premeditated plot to savagely murder a person.  The motive, most believe, is just to silence someone who frequently and provocatively spoke out against the Saudi Arabian government.  Now, a fragile dance is going on between Donald Trump and the Saudi prince as they try to look tough on the international scene while attempting to preserve an alliance that has stood the test of time.  Yet, America’s relationship with Saudi Arabia is frequently the target of conspiracy theories.  Let’s have a look.

Saudi Arabia and 9/11

On September 11, 2001, we all know what happened.  It would lead to the wars in Afghanistan and eventually Iraq.  Yet, Saudis were proven to be a major part of the plot, not just in terms of being on the planes, but in terms of the Saudi Arabian government financing parts of the operation.  It is well known in conspiracy circles that the Saudi prince and a collection of other notable Saudi figures were actually with President Bush just mere hours before the attacks happened.

Conspiracy theories about the Saudis involvement in 9/11 are all over the place, and there is not a lot to discredit them.  As a matter of fact, multiple news outlets publicly reported that Saudi Arabia had been proven to have financed a “dry run” before 9/11.  The concept was that Saudi Arabia footed the bill to allow a couple of nationals to try to test out their theories on how to get around American airline security protocols.  This led to the real deal on September 11 that would change the world and kill thousands.

Saudi Arabia and The Oil War

No doubt the abundance of oil Saudi Arabia is sitting on is a big reason America plays nice.

Oil is the most valuable resource on Earth today, and the Saudis have unbelievable stockpiles of it.  It has long been suspected that this is one of the only reasons that the United States continues to play nice with Saudi Arabia despite numerous acts of hostility believe to be perpetrated by the oil-rich country.   It has also long been suspected that Saudi Arabia squeezes the United States at times by arbitrarily raising or lowering the cost of crude oil.

Saudi Arabia was virtually untouched by the wars on Iraq and Afghanistan, and has enjoyed even more wealth and success through its relationship with the United States, especially in the wake of more drama for Iran.  Most American Presidents give the Saudis a really big pass because of oil, and 9/11 was probably the most sensational example of this.

Will This Alliance Survive Khashoggi?

It’s the question on everyone’s mind.  Will Donald Trump cross the line and say something that sparks an end to the alliance that has been so fruitful for both parties over the years?  And was Saudi Arabia really an ally to the United States in the first place?

Happier times for Trump and the Saudi prince.

The answer is only by necessity and by getting something out of it.  There is no question that Saudi Arabia is not supportive of the United States any more than any other Muslim country in the Middle East.  However, the Saudi family of royalty forged this friendship over the years because of mutual benefit.  It has protected the ruling family as other regimes in the same area of the world have fallen.  Many of those were at least in part because of the United States.  From the Muslim perspective, Saudi Arabia made friends with America, the bully, and then used its economic prosperity to influence it.

Ultimately, it is unlikely that much will come of this.  Much like Donald Trump’s spirited exchanges with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un, this will probably be a war of words with no real direction.  If there’s one thing that Trump understands, it’s money, and he will not jeopardize the fruitful economic situation that an alliance with Saudi Arabia offers.  Despite his insistence that America is involved in bad trade deals all over the world, even Trump will find little wrong with the economic ties to Saudi Arabia.  He certainly won’t be willing to give up the cash and the alliance over one journalist.

This will blow over, and if anything, it may very well strengthen the ties between the Saudi Arabia royal family and the United States.  The worst repercussions to be felt right now, as usual, will fall on the common man.  Expect some jerking around of crude oil prices as the war of words continues.  In the end, though, the anti-Trump media in America is probably going to make a much bigger deal of this than anyone else.  This may very well become the Democratic Party’s “Benghazi” battle cry over the coming midterms and eventual 2020 Presidential Election.  Investigations will be performed, but little will be found.  In the end, Khashoggi is gone, and the world will march on.  The conspiracy world will too.

What is an Illuminati Blood Sacrifice Anyway?

Here at Common Sense Conspiracy, it seems like whenever someone famous passes away, there is the inevitable questions from our readers about whether we believe the death to be an Illuminati blood sacrifice.  We’ve investigated many times before, and offered literally hundreds of theories to our readers.  It occurred to us, however, that we had never really addressed just what this really means and why it is such a popular conspiracy theory.  So without further ado, let’s dive into just what constitutes an Illuminati blood sacrifice.

It’s Complicated

The Illuminati is synonymous with hidden meanings, symbolism, and mystery.  They don’t call it the Occult for no reason.  So, it should be no surprise that the answer to the seemingly simple question we proposed here is actually quite complicated.  There are more theories than we could possibly cover here, so we are just going to hit on some of the more popular ones.  We will also take a look at some of the more famous deaths that have been pegged for possible Illuminati involvement.  Please remember though that this is a subject with a myriad of possibilities and theories, and you may very well have a concept of this that you will not find here.  That’s no problem.  Just share your thoughts in the comments below so everyone can be enlightened (umm, no Illuminati pun intended).

Habitual Line Steppers

Two possible sacrifices in one family and one photograph.

To borrow a term from the late, great Charlie Murphy (who some might even say may have been an Illuminati blood sacrifice himself), “habitual line steppers” may be targets.  What we mean is that some people that have found themselves inside the clutches of the Illuminati may wish to break out of their clutches.  That hardly ever goes well.  They are super-powerful and all-knowing, after all, and it’s usually only a matter of time before anyone trying to buck the system becomes a casualty of the system.

In this theory, it is the actual dead person that was targeted.  Whitney Houston often comes up in this conversation because her drug addiction and affinity for Mr. Bobby Brown may have caused the Illuminati to be disappointed in her.  When they recruited young

Many believe Clive is the key to the lock. Don’t make him mad.

Whitney, they had big plans for her to influence a lot of people.  And it worked.  She certainly succeeded, but not perhaps the sort of influence they had in mind.  Another example of this is Prince.  Some people believe he was murdered by the Illuminati because he revealed some pretty crazy beliefs on talk shows from time to time.  He believed in things like chemtrails and often spoke about the evil of the music industry.  He even crossed Clive Davis, the Illuminati gatekeeper.  So, he is another example of this concept.

The person steps out of line with the mission they were given, and the Illuminati decides they can get more out of them in the form of a sacrificial lamb than as a tool.  It also, according to the theory, can serve as a warning to others in the Illuminati’s sphere that bad things happen to those that don’t do what they’re told.

A Pointed and Sinister Message

Other theories involve the dead person being a message to someone else.  The person dies as a form of punishment to the person that is in the Illuminati (or considering being).  In these scenarios, it may not be a really famous person that is the sacrifice.  It could be a family member or loved one.

An example of this theory would be people like Michael Jordan or Bill Cosby, who famously lost loved ones in really callous ways.  While these theories get tossed around, a lot of times the people that actually are supposedly killed by the Illuminati may not even be known public figures.  These tend to seem a little more far-fetched in nature than the line stepper theory, but it is quite common on the internet.

Taking One For the Team

Similar to the pointed and sinister message is the concept that before someone can become a full-fledged member of the Illuminati, they must give up something they love, usually in the form of the blood sacrifice.  So, say for instance an up and coming artist is approached by the Illuminati with great riches and promises of stardom.  One catch.  Someone really close to them has to go to make it happen.  In the theory, sometimes the person knows what is going to happen and chooses to go through with it anyway.  This makes sense because there is no better way to prove that you are serious about the Illuminati than offering up the perfect blood sacrifice.  Others believe the person knows that something will happen, but doesn’t know in what form it will be delivered.

Like some of the other theories, this is extremely hard to prove or even gather evidence for.  It is mostly wild speculation, and for that reason, Common Sense Conspiracy rarely advocates this theory, but it is still quite prevalent.

Would You Know an Illuminati Blood Sacrifice If You See One?

Nothing says Illuminati sacrifice quite like a tub filled with blood.

That’s another question that gets tossed around.  Yes, a body in the bathtub in a pool of blood pretty much is the cliche concept of this, but that doesn’t have to be the only way.  Remember when James Gandolfini checked out abruptly from a heart attack.  While there were a lot of reasons to think that this was just the result of some unhealthy living and a pretty out of shape dude, many said maybe there is more to the story.

When Robin Williams hung himself, many said there was more to the story there too, even though nothing about it really fit the mold of what would generally trigger the Illuminati blood sacrifice theory.  Maybe there’s a ritual to it, or maybe any death could potentially be a sacrifice.  Only members of the Illuminati can say for sure, and you can rest assured they aren’t talking about it.

Will We Ever Know the Answer?

Probably not.  Chances are that if this is real, no one will ever own up to it.  If it’s not real, there’s really no advantage to proving that either.  In any case, it adds to the mystery of the Illuminati and the Occult in general, and even if it were mostly untrue, they would probably still be more than happy to let that mystery keep building.  Sometimes a rumor can be more powerful than the truth.

Is Donald Trump Illuminati?

Well perhaps it is a little late to be asking this question, but still, it needs to be addressed.  Is Donald Trump Illuminati?  Yes, that Donald Trump, the one that has managed in some unorthodox way to rise to the level of President of the United States of America.  Let’s examine this from every angle and see if we can find the truth.

Before the Presidency

Donald Trump was always basking in the glory of any kind of fame he could come across.  Despite having a pretty substantial starting fund from his father, Donald has done a pretty good job of fooling the public into thinking he built his fortune for himself.   A shocking number of people have no idea that the Donald actually started his lucrative career with almost a half a billion dollars.  As anyone in the biz knows, it takes money to make money, and it’s really hard to make a fortune like Donald has without a pretty good amount to start on.  Donald had the money to take some risks and weather them.  Most folks starting out don’t have such luxuries.

Before Donald Trump’s extremely improbably presidential bid, he was a reality television star.  The Apprentice worked, however, on his reputation.  The idea was that he was to The Apprentice what someone like Keith Urban should be to American Idol.  He was an authority on business, and that made his show successful.  It took a mogul to make that model work, and Trump did.  He is still riding that success today.

So, on our Illuminati checklist, let’s ask ourselves the magic question.  Did Donald Trump have the kind of reach in the world to entertain an Illuminati invitation?  Well, the answer to this one is 100% yes.

The Message

Why would the Illuminati be interested in Donald Trump?  First of all, money.  The Illuminati likes money and likes the power that it brings.  Trump would not be the first time that the Illuminati backed someone just because of financial resources.   Secondly, Trump has reached a lot of people, and never more than what he has done after his triumphant presidential win over Hillary Clinton.  Trump’s Twitter account is legendary, even if the company Twitter rues the day it let him have one.  He has huge influence and huge outreach.  However, the Illuminati is more of a stickler for getting people before they accomplish such things.  Donald Trump is very, very attractive to the Illuminati in his current position, but did he really strike them as having that kind of influence before?

The Proof is in What Happens

Is Trump Illuminati now?  Well, they would love to get hold of him, but his actions seem to indicate otherwise.  Whether you love or hate the man, he does seem to be bucking the system every chance he gets, and the Illuminati is up to its neck in that system.  If the Illuminati didn’t have its clutches in Trump before the presidency, you can bet they are doing everything they can to destroy him now.  And if you look around our current political climate, that doesn’t seem like such a sensational accusation.

You know what they say about the all-seeing eye right? It sees all.

If Trump lives out his days, you can bet he was never an Illuminati target for real.  Maybe they never took him serious.  Believe you me, the Illuminati does not consider being President of the United States to be as important or influential as perhaps you or I do.  The Illuminati has long understood the way the real world works, and they would much rather get their clutches in Kanye West, Taylor Swift, or Jay-Z than someone like Donald Trump.  But his following in political circles certainly raises an eyelid, if not an all-seeing eye one.

So Is He Illuminati or Not?

Well there is no way to no for sure, but here at Common Sense Conspiracy, we tend to lean toward Donald Trump not being part of the Illuminati.   Not because he wouldn’t gladly join, but because we don’t think they would invite him.  If they ever did invite him to become an Illuminati member, we feel like it would only be because of where he is now and not what he was before the fascinating spectacle that was the 2016 Presidential Election.   And with an ego like Donald Trump, it’s possible that he would give them the finger at this point.  Of course, that could have significant repercussions.  The Illuminati is pretty nasty if you make them mad, but Donald Trump may have the only fortress in the world able to survive an Illuminati sacrifice pronouncement.  We may never know the answer, but stay tuned.

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