One more unforeseen death has slipped in during the last days of 2016. The death of famous singer George Michael on Christmas Day is another tragedy. Through many high-profile deaths this year, like Prince and David Bowie, Common Sense Conspiracy was quick to point out the reasons that Illuminati conspiracies didn’t make a lot of sense. This appears to be a different situation.
Michael was only 53, but there was no known illnesses that he was fighting against. There was also no reason given for his death. His publicist just said he died peacefully at his home. That is always going to create some serious speculation, and this event will be no different. While many will speculate that his death has something to do with drugs or even AIDS (Michael was known for being homosexual as much as his talents), no one knows for now exactly what happened to the singer whose career reached epic heights. Despite numerous brushes with the law and embarrassing public encounters, Michael was still regarded as a fantastic artist. No doubt the tributes to him will be many in the coming days.
Could the Illuminati have murdered George Michael? Some people are going to say this. It’s inevitable, and we are quite used to the fact here at the CSC. Truthfully, it isn’t the craziest thing ever put on the discussion table. Remember Whitney Houston? It is widely believed in conspiracy circles that her death was the result of some sort of Illuminati-inspired sacrifice, and Whitney at the time was not a day-to-day successful artist. While George Michael wasn’t exactly topping the charts just before his death, he is still the kind of famous name that does have the kind of power to make one think that maybe there is more to the story.
As more details come forward about the circumstances surrounding Michael’s death, we may return to further analyze this situation. If it turns out he died in a bathtub, the Internet will break into pieces. In the meantime, we are going to share a couple of videos showing Michael’s past Illuminati involvement as well as some putting forward the theory that there is more than meets the eye to this story.