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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.

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.

Conspiracy Definition — You Have to Start Somewhere

Most of our loyal readers can spot a conspiracy when they see one, but not everyone out there is as comfortable with the label. That’s why we are going to take a quick moment here to talk about the definition of a conspiracy. However, we are not talking dictionary definitions here. We are talking about what it means in the real world.

The conspiracy definition according to Merriam-Webster is simple. It’s a plot against something. Maybe unlawful. Maybe not. Some other sources quote a conspiracy as having to have a certain number of people involved, even going as far as to say that any plot between two people is a conspiracy. These definitions are true enough if you are getting technical, but we at Common Sense Conspiracy realize that the average person looking for the definition of a conspiracy on Google is probably not looking for these textbook definitions. They want insight into just what this magical word really means.

Around here, a conspiracy usually means a powerful entity trying to pull the wool over the eyes of a less powerful entity for its own advancement or advancement of its agenda. The most classic example of that would be your standard government conspiracy. Cover-ups are included. Think about the gun control debate. There are many in conspiracy circles that believe the gun control debate is really about the government finding a way to convince citizens to give up their weapons without a fight. It can get really deep from there, but that is the general concept behind that conspiracy theory. A lot of others revolve around the government trying to control things or give up other civil liberties. If it’s not that, then it’s the government trying to hide something that it believes will either cause hysteria or give the people more reason to stand their ground.

Government conspiracies are almost synonymous with conspiracy theories, but that is hardly the only type. Business is another realm where we often hear this term being tossed around. Then there are religious conspiracies a-plenty. However, at their roots, all of these types of conspiracies follow our general definition above. All conspiracies are going to probably involve a higher power trying to hold a lower power down for whatever reason.

So, we don’t know if we really cleared up anything, but it was worth taking a moment and a post to try to clear this up and help people out there that want a better picture of just what the “C-word” really means. They are all around, that’s for sure, and Common Sense Conspiracy will continue to shed light on them when it can.

Will the World End Today, September 23, 2017? Nibiru’s Last Laugh?

The Internet is abuzz with talk about today being the end of the world. We will show you some examples of where this all originated below. And we are posting this because, as you might have guessed, we would put the probability that today is the last day for all of us at, well, almost definitely zero.
The concept that a dark, mysterious planet X has been barreling toward the solar system at breakneck speed and in total defiance of all concepts of physics and gravity is not new. It even has a name. Nibiru is one of the most popular conspiracy theories out there. It’s so popular, in fact, that NASA and the government has actually addressed it on multiple occasions.
Is there a planet X? There is a consensus in the astronomy community that there probably does. Gravitational anomalies at Neptune, Uranus, and beyond strongly indicate that there is something else out there and it is pretty big for its effects to be felt over that great of a distance. It is also probably pretty dark and mysterious at that unimaginable distance from the Sun. But is it barreling into American airspace to destroy Texas today? Decidedly not.
Even if Nibiru was real and was doing what the theories suggest, if it were close enough for today to be the big day, we would have all noticed the superplanet hanging out in our sky for quite a while now. Of course, having said that, some people think they have seen just that, so who knows, right?
A Christian numerologist really added fuel to the fire by suggesting today was the big day according to the Holy Bible. But he also said that it might be next month or it may take seven years and today is just the beginning of that period. Even he from those amazing credentials is not completely sure.
So, relax. Don’t run on the banks. Don’t store anymore doomsday supplies than you already have. Don’t quit your day job. Today is going to pass, and everything is going to be just fine. That is, of course, if you thought that everything in the world was fine on yesterday.


Barcelona Terror Attacks Spout Illuminati, False Flag Conspiracy Theories

It should come as no surprise that many out there suspect there may be more to the story of the Barcelona terror attacks than the official media is telling us. We at Common Sense Conspiracy expect an onslaught of questions anytime there is an event like this, and they always run the gamut of conspiracy theories. This time is no different.
We have Illuminati experts claiming symbolism in the way the attacks were carried out, the times, dates, and locations. We have false flag accusations and crisis actors. We have those that think this is a further sign of the Armageddon battle between Christianity and Islam that is inevitable, and has in fact, already begun.
Knowing the truth is impossible in these situations. While we all promote not accepting the mainstream media’s account of things as fact around here, it’s hard to get information, especially when the events are happening a world away in Spain. So, we will continue to watch this situation, and when we see credible evidence of any of the theories above, we will be all over it. In the meantime, here are a few videos of what people are suggesting on the Internet, evidence or no evidence.

Illuminati Symbolism, Freemasons, and the August 21 Solar Eclipse — A Myriad of Theories But What is Real?

The solar eclipse event on August 21 of 2017 has sprouted some very fascinating conspiracy theories. Eclipses have fascinated humans for centuries, and this ultra-rare occasion is one of those kinds of celestial events where you can kind of understand how people were confused or even frightened. After all, it’s not that often that the sun literally goes dark in the middle of the daytime. Despite all of our wonderful scientific achievements over these past hundreds of years, there is still plenty of superstition involved when an event like this closes in. In this article, we will discuss some of the theories floating around and let you see some of the wilder videos out there that claim to provide real evidence. And then, at the end, we will tell you what we think is really going on.
It doesn’t matter which major cult-like entity you bring up from the shadows of the conspiracy world, they are probably represented here. Illuminati? Check. Freemasons? Check. Massive government cover-up? It’s all here my friend. The videos below will show you a crap-ton of symbolism that people have found that all points that something pretty amazing is going to happen on August 21. And we’re not talking about amazing in the astronomical rarity sense.
Intertwined in all of that occult symbolism stuff is our typical religious superstition. There are many Christian websites saying that August 21 has some sort of significance in the Bible and that this is at best, a signal of the beginning of the end, and at the worst, the end itself. Others are saying that the Rapture will occur on this date to coincide with the eclipse.
If all that’s not enough, there’s the doomsday theories. One enterprising site is pointing out that the path of another eclipse that will happen in seven years (we all know about that number seven, right) will cross the path of this one, forming a giant “X” across the United States. Does this mean a major catastrophe is in store for the good old red, white, and blue? Or is August 21 itself the day that the world’s most dominant superpower will begin to not exist anymore? Throw in possible calamities and the coming of the mystical planet Nibiru, and you can see that the theories are literally all over the place. We even have a video that ties Disney into it all.
Last but not least, we have people suggesting that the eclipse will make brooms stand on their own, as is always suggested at the solstices as well.
What does it all mean? What do we at Common Sense Conspiracy think is going to happen on August 21, 2017? Well, everyone that visits here often should know that far be it from us to rain on a good conspiracy theory parade, but the reality is that there just isn’t anything to see here folks. Eclipses seem strange and fantastical to us humans riding on planet Earth, but the truth is it is just a very coincidental thing in the cosmos. Something that is inevitably going to happen, and it doesn’t really mean anything in particular. What is going to happen? An eclipse. If you are in the path, the sun will almost be completely blocked from sight. It will get dark in the middle of the day. It will be weird. Strange. But occult? No, probably not.
Basically, if there is a huge calamity that day or if the Rapture happens against all odds, the real coincidence is that it happened at the same time as the eclipse, and not because of it. That may not be as fun and it may not be nearly as successful click-bait on our site here, but that is our official opinion.
The biggest thing you have to fear on August 21, 2017 is that your glasses you bought on Amazon weren’t really good enough to withstand gazing at a solar eclipse. Be afraid. Be very afraid.



CNN Actively Promotes Americans Wearing Hijabs to Make Muslims Feel More Comfortable

Never mind the fact that a Muslim refugee just wreaked havoc at Ohio State University in a terrorist attack that really urinates in the Democratic Party’s Cheerios. The real news is that CNN is actively promoting the concept that Americans, regardless of their religious sensibilities, should show their Muslim friends there is nothing to be afraid of by donning hijabs. Sharia law anyone?