Clinton Body Bags Gain a New Victim — Jeffrey Epstein Suicide Obvious Conspiracy

Sometimes the conspiracies are in the shadows.  And sometimes something happens that even the most skeptical have to be like “Yeah, well that’s obviously a conspiracy.”

Ever since he was locked up, billionaire Jeffrey Epstein was a marked man.  This isn’t something that was talked about on chat forums on the Dark Web.  This was openly discussed on the television and radio in the mainstream media, the same mainstream media that frequently dismisses “conspiracy theorists” as lunatics.

Everyone knew it was only a matter of time before Epstein ended up dead, and being in jail may make it a little harder, but the powerful people that he had dirt on would not be stopped.  It’s so blatant, and kind of desperate.  Remember, Epstein was on suicide watch.  How does someone commit suicide while on suicide watch?  They say that it was by hanging too.  Kind of an elaborate thing to go down.

There will be no tapes or evidence.  There will be no statement as to how someone suicide watch comes to commit suicide.  The Clintons will issue a joint statement about how sad this is but maybe it will bring some degree of closure to Epstein’s victims.  We are talking about a guy that shared plane rides with both our current President as well as former President Bill Clinton.  And while those are the most high profile people he was connected to by a long shot, the list goes on and on.  Epstein had to go, and he had to go fast.  Only Ruby killing Lee Harvey Oswald was a more frantic example of someone having to be eliminated before they said too much.

So the next time you see the Clinton Body Bags come up on Truth or Fiction or Snopes as a silly conspiracy theory, remember this moment.  Sometimes it is what it is, and this story is see-through as any thing we’ve ever seen.

If You are Reading This, You are a Domestic Terrorist

Anyone that reads Common Sense Conspiracy on a regular basis knows that this site frequently dismisses conspiracy theories that have no evidence or basis in reality, while uncovering facts about other theories that do have a reason to be taken seriously.  So, you can bet that we certainly recognize some conspiracy theories out there was being pretty wild and disputable.  However, a very troubling release of information from the FBI this past week shows that, as we have explained many times, fringe theories get the rest labeled as bonkers too.

The FBI has been tasked with releasing more information about how it investigates and identifies domestic terrorist suspects.  You’ll never guess how they do it.  They watch conspiracy websites like this one.  People that believe in “fringe” conspiracy theories are on a watchlist for being possible domestic terrorists.

Now, some of the conspiracy theories mentioned specifically by the FBI are pretty out there.  However, they also put their finger on people that believe in the deep-state.  While their are degrees and different theories, we here at the CSC certainly believe in the deep-state.  As a matter of fact, that’s not really a conspiracy theory as much as proven fact.  Well, if you believe in the deep-state, you basically have been labeled as a domestic terrorist by the FBI.

It doesn’t mean just because you visit our site your door is going to get kicked in, but it’s troubling to think of where this might lead.  And it brings up more questions.  After all, the mainstream media now peddles more conspiracy theories than Alex Jones or we could ever come up with, and yet they are not considered in this light.

What do you think?  Is it fair to paint all conspiracy theorists with a broad brush?  Will this lead to danger in the future for anyone that questions the government or the official account of things?  Stay tuned.

Notre Dame Cathedral Fire Leaves Questions — Intentional Arson?

It was quite a sight to see around the world as the famed Notre Dame Cathedral burned into beautiful French skies Monday.  The fire was massive and the smoke brought back memories of the fateful scene on September 11, 2001 in New York and Washington.

Authorities have insisted that this is an accident and there is no terror or conspiracy to speak of.  We don’t have enough facts yet here at the CSC to make a determination, but we will point out some interesting things that everyone should be aware of.

The most notable thing is that if you get on YouTube right now, you would expect there to be hundreds if not thousands of tourist/local videos posted of the cathedral burning.  Instead you will find absolutely zero.  All you will find is links to “breaking news” sites that will recycle the same images over and over again as they repeat the same story for hours on end.  That story is the story of the government establishment.

There are no amateur videos.  Can you imagine such a sight as this and no one reached for their cell phone or video camera?  It makes one wonder.  Those videos are out there, no doubt, but for some reason the media and YouTube are purposely blocking them.

Why could that be?

Could it be that this an accident and nothing more?  Sure, but something as high-profile as this deserves more investigation.  It will be interesting to see what we find out as more information becomes available.

The Momo Challenge is a Conspiracy — Just Not How You Might Think

It caught the Internet by storm, but not really for the reasons you would expect. The so-called “Momo Challenge” was always more myth than reality, and yet the viral nature of the Internet along with the especially delicate subject matter caused it to completely perpetuate itself into social media’s version of society.
Momo is nothing at all really. The concept was that this sinister looking figure shows up on websites and Internet places that are particularly attractive to children and encourages them to do things to harm themselves or others. So, as the story goes, tell your children about Momo, warn them, and watch out for it. It caught on like wildfire and became an international sensation.

Momo looks ghastly for sure, but this is hardly the only thing you need to be worried out on the open Internet highway.

The reality is that this Momo challenge, if it was ever real, has caused very little actual harm. Only one child is supposedly dead because of Momo’s influential meanderings, and that can’t even be truly confirmed. It’s just another Internet legend that has made the rounds. Like the Facebook “your account has been hacked” messages that are all over the Internet at any given second, the Momo challenge was spread a whole lot more by people not recognizing it as a hoax than as an actual harmful agent itself. This happen a lot on the Internet, and it causes a lot of things to be taken as truth when there are no facts to back it up.
So, the bottom line is that Momo isn’t a real thing. Momo hasn’t really hurt anyone. And each time you spread another warning about Momo or click another meme, it’s actually you that are helping Momo survive, not whoever originally created this concept.
We should point out that the general idea is very real though. It is known that pedophiles and human traffickers do attempt to lure children on the Internet. Your guard should always be up against this as a parent. Don’t stop at telling your children to look out for Momo though. The real threat may not be so easily recognizable. It’s better to teach your children general concepts on what to look for. Better yet, be involved in what they are doing and use parental settings to increase their safety while browsing the web. The Internet is still the last bastion of freedom in our society across international boundaries, but that freedom has a price. It means that no matter how good the censors for a service may be, sometimes something your child is not supposed to see may still slip through. The burden is still on you as the parent to monitor what the kiddos are viewing.

Leaving Neverland Conspiracy — One Last Illuminati Hit Job?

The hype was real.  The word on the street was that HBOs new documentary Leaving Neverland was powerful and moving.  And for all the wrong reasons.  Timed to coincide with the tenth anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, this documentary evokes a lot of emotions on all sides of the situation.

If you are a Michael Jackson fan, you have had plenty of trials and tribulations along the way.  The constant beating of the child molestation drum was troublesome to put it mildly.  While the King of Pop did successfully avoid ever being convicted of anything at all, there are some things in this world that are so damaging that even being found not guilty by a jury of our peers cannot undo said damage.  Child molestation charges are one of those.

You don’t come back from that.  Yes, Michael Jackson’s estate is a license to print money, and yes he will always have loyal fans that insist no matter what that he never did anything wrong.  The reality is that the allegations will always be synonymous with Michael Jackson, and for that reason, they most certainly did hurt his legacy.

Now, with the premiere of the documentary causing as much drama as the hype anticipated, we are getting a new flurry of questions about Michael and whether he was involved with the Illuminati.  If so, is this just one more last hit job by the Illuminati to further impugn his name and reputation?

There’s stars and there’s stars.  Michael Jackson was epically famous like few others have ever been.  The Beatles and Elvis are about the only thing comparable.  People like Prince and Madonna were a big deal and quite controversial at times, but Michael was something bigger than that.  It is a sad but true irony to the whole thing that the child molestation allegations are what took Michael’s celebrity to that next level that even the best of the best could not aspire to.

Everyone knew about Michael Jackson.  Young, old.  White or black.  He was beyond any spectacle the world had seen up until that point.  No one has replicated it since, and in some ways, it may be true that no one wants to.  Michael was a tragic, complicated figure that will always live in at least a little bit of infamy because of the stories of abuse that will forever haunt his name.

Is Leaving Neverland an Illuminati hit job?  Almost certainly not.  The Illuminati most certainly had ties to Michael Jackson, and that relationship may have been strained at times, but the Illuminati doesn’t waste its power on things that don’t matter.  This documentary comes at a time when Michael is basically an afterthought to this world.  His influence is still great, but the Illuminati is well aware that Michael’s legend grew in death.  This documentary is disturbing, for sure, but it will do no more to smear the man’s name than has already been done before.

Why would the Illuminati care at this point?  Whether you believe that Michael’s untimely death was an Illuminati sacrifice or hit job to begin with, there is no reason to think that they would want to do anything to him or his family now.  The damage was done decades ago.  Michael will be a hero to many for generations, but he will always live with the controversy.

We here at Common Sense Conspiracy find it to be infinitely more likely that this documentary is a grotesque opportunity for a few select people to cash in on tragedy and abusive relationships that involve the most famous man of any of our lifetimes.  That is much more palatable than an Illuminati late hit job theory.

Still, we are open to suggestions here.  What do you think?  Is this authentic?  Why did these people lie to protect Michael earlier?  Why come forward now?  What did they have to gain?

2019 Grammy Awards — Clive Davis’ Illuminati Playground?

The Grammy Awards have a certain mystique because there are few events that will feature more Illuminati starlets in one room.  Almost everyone that graces the Grammy stage has at least been accused of being an Illuminati member at some point in their career, so many believe that the Grammy Awards is nothing more than the Illuminati’s grand celebration of everything that they have accomplished since last time.

Is it true?  Are the Grammy Awards really an Illuminati playground?  Sure, of sorts.  The real work takes place at Clive Davis’ ultra-secretive and exclusive party the night before the Grammy Awards.  This is the one that Whitney Houston was supposed to be going to when she was found dead in a bathtub.  It’s a really big deal, and it is not televised, so naturally, this is where the real Illuminati business goes down.  Behind the scenes.  On the actual night of the awards, we see a different kind of Illuminati celebration.

The Grammy Awards are a big television draw.  There’s a lot to attract people.  You have stars of all walks of life in the same building, and there are often blockbuster performances that combine artists that you wouldn’t see performing together in any other imaginable instance.  Think Elton John and Eminem.  Lady Gaga and Metallica?  It happens at the Grammys.  These performances live on through the Internet, and they are a major opportunity for the Illuminati to do what it does best:  spread their message in plain sight without anyone being the wiser.

It’s not contained to performances, however.  Even award presentations can be huge Illuminati-laden moments.  Remember Taylor Swift’s famous moment with Kanye West.  Many believe this was her Illuminati swearing-in ceremony.  She appeared later in the telecast with Illuminati high priestess Beyonce Knowles.  The second time she appeared in a blood red dress, traded in for the virgin white one she wore when she was interrupted by Kanye.  Many see this as her initiation.  So, keep your eyes peeled, as there is not any moment in this telecast that couldn’t be more than it seems.

Expect performance after performance tonight to feature Illuminati symbolism and propaganda.  It’s synonymous with the Grammys at this point.  It’s going to happen.  It is not a question of if but when.

As you can see from the videos below, we are not the only ones that feel like it’s safe to proclaim this an Illuminati-sanctioned event.  We at the CSC will be watching intently and back soon with analysis if any of the performances go over the top.

What is a VPN and Do You Need One?

VPN is a term that once would have never found its way into the average layman’s vocabulary, but the world has changed.  VPN stands for virtual private network, and the long and short of it is that a VPN keeps your Internet browsing and activities private.  Most VPNs operate under the same premise.  They are a middle-man of sorts for you and your online activities.  You go through the VPN service which bounces your signal around the world and then some, resulting in prying eyes not being able to figure out what you are doing.  You’re at a conspiracy site already.  You love Common Sense Conspiracy, but maybe you get a little nervous when reading all this truth we are throwing out there.  That’s where a VPN comes in.  No one that works for the CSC would dare log into the administrative section of this website without a VPN securely in place, so the question is why would you?

But Isn’t That For Illegal Stuff?

It’s true that VPNs conjure up images of the dark web, illegal prescription drug deliveries, and people hiring hitmen to kill their spouses.  While it would be silly to try to say that VPNs are not popular among those doing some shady stuff in this world, that doesn’t mean it is exclusively for that.

Yes, VPNs are used for those trying to do super-illicit things on the Internet.  This includes the worst of the worst, right up to really terrible things like child pornography and human trafficking.  Then there’s that next tier.  People that like to watch a few free movies on Kodi from time to time or want to download some HD movies or video games.  Illegal, although obviously not on the level of some of the stuff you might find on the dark web.  Still, you are saying to yourself, what if I’m on the up-and-up?  Do I still need a VPN?

The answer is yes.  There’s more than just illegal stuff to consider.  We don’t advocate using a VPN to do anything illegal, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t necessary.  Think of sites like this where you are reading about massive government conspiracies.  Do you want just anyone out there to be able to follow your trail?  What if you want to sign up for a perfectly legal service but don’t want anyone to know what you are up to?  A VPN is where it’s at for you.

At its heart, a VPN is all about privacy.  It’s even right there in the title:  virtual private network.  There’s nothing illegal or immoral about wanting your privacy.   There’s nothing illegal or immoral about having a problem with every little thing you do being tracked to death by everyone from the government to political organizations to people desperately trying to sell you something.  VPNs are for everyone, and there has never been a time where it was more important.

But Is It Really That Dangerous?

Put simply, yes.  Even if you are not even dreaming of doing anything illegal on the Internet, those that are will find you and make you their victim.  We all know about identity theft.  That’s old news.  It goes further though.  Companies are tracking your every move on the interwebs to try to make sure they are putting the best advertisements in your inbox, in banners along sites you are browsing, in Facebook and other social media, and even in your good, old-fashioned snail mailbox.

They track everything.  Big Data is relentless.  Your age, your birthday, your political and religious affiliations.  Who did you give money to?  Charities?  What concerts did you go see?  Did you take a trip?  Did you fly?  Drive?  Did you go to an amusement park?  Visit a museum?

Do you subscribe to things online?  What’s your health like?  Do you search for things that indicate you might some sort of illness?  Can we use that to target you further?

VPNs take one major piece of the puzzle out of action for those watching and listening.  Location is everything in their business, and a VPN cloaks your location completely.  They will never be able to tie it all together, even if they are able to pick up snippets of your trail.  Take away location and you take away everything.  That’s why the crooks like it.  It does law enforcement no good to find out that someone bought some drugs online but they traced it down to India.  While you are not doing anything illegal on your VPN, it still offers you the same protection that makes those on the wrong side of the law seek it out.

So What Does Common Sense Conspiracy Recommend?

Well, as we said before, no one here at the CSC would log in to this website remotely without having a VPN in place, and we have our preferences.  Make no bones about it.  The CSC does advocate Surfshark.  We are an affiliate to them, which means that if you sign up with our banners and links, we get a little thrown back our way.  We didn’t sell out to them.  We like them.  We honestly believe this is the greatest VPN service.  We say that from the place of a consumer that needed a product.

Surfshark has good rates and great performance.  No one wants to sacrifice all their wonderful Internet speed that they pay good money for just to cloak themselves with a VPN.  Surfshark makes sure you won’t see performance issues while staying safe online.  Their rates are some of the best across the industry, and they offer different subscription lengths to fit every need.

Surfshark understands the customer load it has and they expand when they need to.  Currently, they have 500 servers spread out across 50 countries.  Every continent but Antarctica.  And no one would believe you were in Antarctica anyway.  That’s pretty impressive coverage and variety no matter where on the Earth you currently reside or where you plan on going while using their VPN service.

Surfshark also has great customer service.  They are available literally all the time and even have cool internet chat help if you aren’t real keen on talking on the phone.

The Verdict — Protect Yourself and Your Privacy

Get a VPN and use it.  It’s that simple.  We recommend Surfshark, but more importantly, we recommend that you use some VPN.  Do yourself a favor and make this happen today.  You can’t put a price on peace of mind.

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