It’s beginning to look like the Christmas Day explosion from an RV in downtown Nashville was the work of a man that wasn’t trying to kill innocent people, but to actually take out some of the infrastructure of AT&T’s 5G network efforts.
First of all, it was done on Christmas Day at a time when almost no one would be around the area or working in the building. On top of that, there were announcements warning of the impending explosion. The guy really went out of his way to try not to hurt anyone, at least as far as he could without the obvious solution of not doing it to begin with.
In a time when the mainstream media is almost a conspiracy network unto itself, 5G theories have been mostly silent. There was a theory back at the beginning of the pandemic that COVID-19 was somehow caused by 5G networks, but that was one out there for sure. This story is bringing 5G conspiracy theories to the forefront.
We are not sure how the 5G story began, but there are a lot of people out there that think there is something to this. We are struggling to figure out why this would be such a threat to humanity versus the waves we are already being exposed to from the current broadband networks. WiFi is everywhere. This is all around you. It’s hard to see how 5G increases that problem. Still, as always, make up your mind for yourself. We’ve included a couple of videos below to educate on you on what some people think, and while we don’t necessarily advocate what you will see there, it’s always worth finding out what the story is. We look forward to hearing your comments on 5G in the space below.
Ever since COVID-19 became a global pandemic, many in conspiracy circles were already playing with the notion that this could be a precursor to a whole new sort of worldwide control. Global problems require global solutions, and with the President Trump’s pause on the one world government about to end, COVID-19 is just the kind of thing people that keep an eye on stuff like this expected.
Now, we have the vaccine for the virus rolling out in record time, and already there are calls all over the world for some system of keeping record of just who is and who is not vaccinated. Medical privacy laws complicate this matter, but Spain has gone on the record as the first country to openly admit that they will be creating a registry, and it will be designed to make sure people that refuse the vaccine are well-documented.
Of course, the claims are this is just for medical research. European nations also have privacy laws akin to the ones in the United States, but it’s pretty hard to believe that information like that isn’t going to be used in some other fashion. This comes on top of other stories about needing a “vaccine passport” to travel across international borders and perhaps needing proof even to go about your daily business. As you can see in the video below, many Christians are already sounding the alarm that this might be the “Mark of the Beast” mentioned in the Bible’s Book of Revelations.
Our take at Common Sense Conspiracy: well, if you think that this is the “Mark of the Beast,” then what do you make of all the instances of this already in play. It’s already required to show that you don’t have yellow fever to travel to many tropical countries. Children already have to demonstrate vaccinations in many cases to go to school. Most universities won’t accept young adults without proof of vaccinations as well. So, while we are not necessarily saying that Spain’s plan is completely innocent, it certainly isn’t unprecedented.
What do you think? Do you have a problem with a vaccination registry? What sinister purpose do you think it could be used for in the future? We want to hear your ideas in the comments below.
Ever since the super-rushed coronavirus vaccines were first announced to be on track for emergency authorization, there was already plenty of murmuring going on in conspiracy circles and the general population about whether the products of President Trump’s much-hyped Operation Warp Speed were simply too rushed to be trusted to be safe. Dr. Fauci and all the experts have tried to dispel this distrust by getting government figures at the highest levels to take the vaccine on camera. The concept, of course, is that you will see Mike Pence getting the vaccine and say, “Well, it must be safe after all.”
Former presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama are pledging to do the same, and even President-elect Joe Biden is saying he too will take the vaccine on Monday live on television to boost confidence in the vaccine.
Hold on just a minute…
Sometimes things just don’t pass the smell test. This is one of those times. A classic “while you were sleeping” moment.
With all that we don’t know about the vaccines at this point, there is no way the Secret Service or the government in general would even for one second entertain the notion of letting the President-elect get the vaccine. We are talking about people that are heavily guarded day in and day out and can hardly do anything publicly because of the security risk. And now, you are telling me that they will happily pump Mr. Biden full of the first COVID-19 vaccination to get emergency authorization and just roll the dice.
Of course not. You’ll see Joe Biden and quite possibly the others getting a shot of something on national television, but that hardly proves that they are really getting vaccinated.
Think about all the risks. Side effects? That’s just the tip of the iceberg. The Pfizer version of the vaccine is 90-95% effective. That is great and pretty much unprecedented in the field of vaccine creation and testing, but it still means that the vaccine will not work on 1 out of every 10 people. Just think, if Biden gets the vaccine and ends up with COVID-19 a couple weeks later, the confidence he was trying to instill will have just the opposite effect. Why try it? Much more likely, he is being shot a placebo for the camera with the promise that he will get the real thing eventually, when they can make sure it is safe.
Now, we at the CSC aren’t necessarily saying that no one should get the vaccine. That’s not the point. Sure, if the vaccine is as effective and safe as they say, the more people that get it in the general population the better. But to try to say you are going to put it in our highest government officials first?
Not only is that probably a lie, but it would be actually dumb if they were really doing it.
So, if Biden or Pence end up in anaphylactic shock in a couple of days, well I guess you can tell us we were wrong. In the meantime, we wouldn’t let watching these guys get a shot on television sway your thinking too much. If you are pro-vaccine, by all means get one. It certainly appears from what we are being told that it is safe and probably will work. If not, well, we’re just saying don’t let an obvious deception like this have any effect on your decision-making process. That’s all. Now, enjoy your Christmas on Zoom, or whatever Dr. Fauci told you it was okay to do.
With a lot of people rejoicing about the coming distribution of somewhat effective COVID-19 vaccines, it’s important to realize that while even the prospect of such a vaccine this quick after the virus was discovered is a medical marvel, there are a lot of things that could still happen between now and the finish line.
Denmark is slaughtering millions of minks now that it has been realized that a mutation in the COVID-19 strain can jump to humans. This is very bad news for vaccination enthusiasts as it reminds us that while a effective vaccine might be working right now, the virus situation is fluid, and there’s nothing saying that it will not mutate and render the vaccine useless. Maybe Denmark will be in time to stop this from being the real second wave of COVID, but it is a stark example of how we may not be out of the woods yet, vaccine or no vaccine.
Sometimes the mainstream media will surprise you. Now, mind you, this machine has been churning violently ever since COVID-19 came on the scene. Depending on which version of the mainstream media you decide to take in, you have seen the unbelievable downplay or the unbelievable fear mongering. Now, with the vaccine apparently just around the corner and incoming president Joe Biden already mulling the possibilities and legality of making the vaccine mandatory, the mainstream media missed a step and actually told the truth.
This passage from an article on CNN today says it all about the onslaught of vaccines about to be unleashed on the American public:
What’s not known is how long that protection might last, whether either vaccine protects against asymptomatic disease and whether either stops people from spreading the virus to others.
This passage came right on the heels of a paragraph about the impressive effectiveness percentages many of the vaccine-makers, namely Pfizer and Moderna, are hyping up. Let’s analyze these one by one for own maximum effectiveness.
How Long Will It Last?
No one knows. No one has a clue. No one knows how long natural immunity from actually having the coronavirus lasts either. Since the trials started in August and September, they only know that it might possibly last a couple of months so far. Dr. Fauci said he thought it might last a year, but who knows? That’s reassuring. So even if they manage to vaccinate enough people to accomplish the so-called “herd immunity” we may find ourselves having to take coronavirus vaccines every three to six months. And we already know that while there are no “serious” side effects, many people get flu-like symptoms. That may not be as bad as COVID-19 can potentially be, but the flu is already quite a drag on the economy and people’s health. This means signing up to get the flu. When you take into account how many millions of people we are talking here, that could be quite a side effect in pratice.
Does the Vaccine Protect Against Asymptomatic Disease?
Well, that’s kind of important, isn’t it, since estimate now put asymptomatic carriers at nearly 40% of all the COVID-19 cases. That means that if it doesn’t protect against these, there will still be plenty of vaccinated carriers running around. You would think this is something they could test out in practice, but there again, with so little time after the trials, they just don’t have the data to work out every scenario. And when the red carpet has been rolled out for you to get it approved without the usual precautions, why bother anyway? There is money to be made.
Does the Vaccine Stop People From Spreading the Virus to Others?
This would seem kind of like the point of it all right? Well, the vaccine works by exposing the immune system to a little part of the genetic code of COVID-19 so that hopefully the body will already know how to fight it when it sees the real thing. Just like with any virus, though, there is a little time there between when the virus hits and when the immune system is able to destroy it, and in that time, the infected could still be carrying the virus to everyone. It’s another really important unknown, because without this knowledge, we won’t know if we still have to carry on with contact tracing and quarantines even for people vaccinated.
What Does It All Mean?
Well that’s an easy one. Pfizer says its vaccine is 95% effective. Effective at what? Not any of the unknowns above, that is for sure. Even CNN agrees to this stipulation. It seems that there is a lot still to be learned about the vaccine, and still, Biden and the gang are wanting to make this mandatory and trying to come up with ways to prove you have been vaccinated (which is incredibly difficult without doing away with American medical privacy laws) when we really don’t even know if it works, and if it does, well, you saw the questions above.
These weren’t our questions about the vaccine. This was CNN’s questions. That is pretty incredible when you think about it.
If you want to take a moment to really see where the powers-that-be have their priorities this holiday season, just look at what is happening surrounding the Thanksgiving holiday. We have COVID-19 raging across America, worse in fact than it was at any point thus far. Now, in the latest amazing overreach of governmental power, some governors are taking the extraordinary step of limiting family gatherings for the holiday to ten people or less and even requiring mask-wearing in the home if people from other households are present.
But what about Black Friday, that holiday when people stand on top of each other, fighting even, to get the latest, greatest, insanely low-priced deal that all the major retailers are throwing out to feed the chaos?
Nothing. No recommendations. No closures. No cancellations. Black Friday is fine.
Money rules everything, and you see where major retailers are winning this one too. What kind of sense does it make that the virus is so dangerous that you can’t have Thanksgiving with your family, but it’s okay for thousands of strangers to mob the malls and department stores at midnight on Friday?
If lives were the point here, Black Friday would be completely shut down. It’s not, because the almighty dollar is more important than even a governmental power grab.
For years we have fielded questions and suggestions about the supposed war on Christmas that has captivated many in conspiracy circles. We even posted a very popular article during the Obama years about this subject when the word on the street was that President Obama was going to cancel Christmas and declare America a Muslim country (yeah, it sounds bonkers now, but you had to be there). Well, our stance has always been that there was no real war on Christmas, at least no concerted deep state effort to take most Americans’ most cherished holiday away.
Well, maybe we were wrong about that. Enter COVID-19.
The coronavirus pandemic took over the year 2020 and never looked back. This virus that came out of nowhere in China to permeate the globe has an astonishingly low death rate and yet has managed to influence the world like nothing we have seen before. There is no area of life that it has not touched. You name it. Popular culture. Fashion. And oh yes, politics. COVID-19 is the only reason the election was even interesting, as a full-steam-ahead economy seemed to guarantee Donald Trump an easy victory before the pandemic took hold. Now, after a spring and summer of lockdowns, restrictions, and constantly being told to do the same three things even though it has fazed the virus for a minute, things are now reaching a fever pitch.
We have governors ordering families to restrict the number of people at gatherings for Thanksgiving. Families are forced to cull the guest list down and pick between loved ones. At least one governor is now suggesting that masks should be worn in side the home. And on CNN just the other day, Dr. Fauci agreed with the talking head that Christmas was going to be impossible.
Thanksgiving will be the warmup. There are new bolder restrictions being handed down, but after the inevitable spike that will be blamed on Thanksgiving, the big one is coming. COVID-19 is bringing the war on Christmas right into your home, right into your neighborhood. This is no longer a long-term ambition of some. This year, Christmas may very well be canceled. What’s more, it might actually be against the law to celebrate it.
Enjoy your Thanksgiving and your four or five guests that are legally allowed to attend. Wear your masks even in between bites. Cherish those weird moments, because Christmas may be on the chopping block this year.