It’s not hard to find mainstream media sources telling you how important it is and safe it is for you to go get your COVID-19 vaccination as soon as one, any one, becomes available. Now, this article is not trying to convince anyone that getting a vaccine is not safe. We are not suggesting that you should turn down a vaccine or be afraid of it. We are just going hypothetical here.
The vaccination drive that President Joe Biden is likening to the way the country has come together in instances like the World Wars could do wonders. Herd immunity is the goal, and it could work. Early reports are that the vaccines (all of them) are amazingly effective, and the good Dr. Fauci tells us that this unparalleled success is because of advancements in vaccine technology. The same vaccine technology that has failed to provide a vaccine for AIDS or Ebola, but hey, let’s be positive (not for AIDS or Ebola but in our thinking). This time, they knocked it out of the park.
The reality is that there is much not known still about COVID-19, and even less known about the vaccines. They don’t know how long they last, whether they prevent infection, or if they stop you from spreading the infection to others. They certainly don’t know whether there may be long-term side effects because there simply hasn’t been enough time here to know. Is it worth the risk to save thousands of lives and maybe get the country back to normal one day? Well, sure, but the point of this article is to look at the vaccination drive from what some in conspiracy circles are saying. It’s kind of frightening.
We at the CSC believe the vaccine is probably safe and probably won’t have any long-term side effects that cause global disruption on the scale of the disease the vaccine is supposed to combat. Still, we must admit a few things here. It would be pretty incredible if scientists were wrong about that. What if the COVID-19 vaccines cause serious side effects that no one will know until a certain amount of time passes?
The United States jumped all over the vaccines and is eagerly distributing the vaccine to anyone that will take it.
Could the USA vaccinate itself right out of existence? Let us know what you think in the comments below. If you are worried about this, just watch the video below. Bill and Melinda Gates assure you there is nothing to worry about. Doesn’t that make you feel all better?
A lot of buzz is going around after the most recent successful landing of a remote control car on Mars. The video below claims to have debunked this and makes an argument that all of these alleged Mars landings are actually just ways to bankroll billions for other projects, mainly those that can’t be public knowledge.
That’s pretty depressing if it’s true. We at the CSC enjoy technology at work supposedly exploring the solar system and beyond. Having said that, you have to admit that what is being suggested here is at the very least possible. What do you think? Let us know in the comments below.
Before it even starts, conservative highly-controversial radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh was not murdered by the Illuminati. Not the shadow government either. He had advanced lung cancer, probably the result of decades of smoking cigarettes and cigars. At 70 years old, his death is unfortunate, but certainly not suspicious.
Every time a famous person dies, we are inundated with emails suggesting Illuminati involvement. Now, yes Rush Limbaugh was emphatically hated by many, but if there were going to be some massive conspiracy to eliminate this guy it would have no doubt taken place decades ago and not in 2021 in the post-Trump era. There will be some people that are quite glad that he has passed away, whether they acknowledge it publicly or not, but a conspiracy we do not have here.
If anything, the powers-that-be will miss Rush Limbaugh. His particular brand of controversial division actually benefits them. A divided America is easier to maintain with people like Rush around, so believe it or not, his “enemies” probably are not as happy as you might think on this day.
If you do have some reason to think that there is more to this story, well, we would love to hear about it in the comments below.
Right now, there is a lot of chatter on social media (especially on Parler) either referencing that President Trump will invoke the Insurrection Act of 1807 soon, or that he already has. This has fascinated many in conspiracy circles for a long time, as it was actually brought up long before the election and all the controversy that followed.
The bottom line is that no, President Trump has not done this. It is also pretty unlikely that he will, as it is not even known if there is any sound legal basis for that to happen. Most of the posts going around state that this means Trump will remain President of the United States indefinitely citing national security concerns. Some even go as far as to say that Trump will use the Emergency Broadcast System to spread the message since he has basically been neutered on social media.
For Trump’s most loyal supporters, this is probably a dream scenario, but once again, it is unlikely he would try such a thing, and it certainly has not happened. We are saying this here because the mainstream media makes things difficult. If Trump had invoked this, you can bet the mainstream media would ignore it altogether, or try to use it to further bolster attempts to remove Trump from office. Also, bear in mind that Trump has now conceded that he lost the election and has kept a pretty low profile since the crazy affairs at the Capitol.
In the meantime, if you are interested in what the Insurrection Act of 1807 actually is and what it’s intended use is, please check out the video below. If you want a quick remix, the act probably was more of an issue during the protests in other cities beside Washington earlier this year. The act supposedly could be used to override state government and use federal forces to restore order. In any case, the way people are trying to reference it in regards to the current situation is completely incorrect.
UFO sightings are nothing new in conspiracy circles, but what we at the CSC do find interesting is that there seems to be an increasing willingness in the mainstream media to report on these things where as a few years ago, it would have been completely ignored.
We’re not sure if that means that the general public is becoming more accepting of such things or less. Or if the powers behind the scenes feel they must acknowledge it more just so they can get their scientists and experts to shoot it down rather than letting theories run rampant on the Internet. Either way, it’s interesting at the very least.
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.