Whether he is out of power or in office, Donald Trump deploys conspiracy theory as a political mobilizing tool designed to capture anger at the liberal establishment, to legitimize racial resentment and to unite voters who feel oppressed by what they see as a dominant socially progressive culture.
The success of this strategy is demonstrated by the astonishing number of Republicans â a decisive majority, according to a recent Economist/YouGov survey â who say that they believe that the Democratic Party and its elected officials conspired to steal the 2020 election. This is a certifiable conspiracy theory, defined as a belief in âa secret arrangement by a group of powerful people to usurp political or economic power, violate established rights, hoard vital secrets or unlawfully alter government institutions.
âNot only do something like 71 percent of Republicans â roughly 52 million voters, according to a University of Massachusetts Amherst poll released on Jan. 6, 2022 â claim to believe that Donald Trump won the 2020 election, despite indisputable evidence to the contrary, but the Republican Party has committed itself unequivocally and relentlessly to promoting this false claim.
The delusion is evident in the Republican candidates who won primaries for governor, U.S. Senate, U.S. House and other statewide posts in elections conducted in 18 states during the first five months of this year. (...)
What's amazing about the theories is that they also attack positions that the right has defended. For example:
âHe was an illegal alien wanted for murder from El Salvador,â read one tweet liked and retweeted hundreds of times. âThis is blood on Bidenâs hands and should have never happened.â
If he's an illegal alien, then maybe we shouldn't sell him automatic weapons?
Joe would be happy to outlaw guns, but he'd probably settle on a background check or a minimum age of 21 (or 25)? Anyone who believes it is an idiot...which is another reason we should have background checks. 90% of TEXANS are OK with background checks...90%!!! The insanity is that a very, very strict minority is setting policy that the vast majority of our democracy disagrees with. I'm pretty sure it's no longer a democracy when that happens.
The Hippie movement was created by CIA: Jim Morrison, Frank Zappa and lots of 60âs artists, were MK ULTRA agents
Below is an article about how the CIA created the so called âHippie movementâ,it details how they introduced LSD and contraculture through Manchurian candidates and MK ULTRA operatives in Laurel Canyon, the crib of Hippie generation. My guess is Burnt Out. Hippieâs were not aware that the music and movie industry iconâs they worshiped were tied in with Military Intelligence, the CIA and the iLLUMiNATi bloodlines. According to the article they were also were involved in organised crime, drug dealing, murder, prostitution, child pornography, snuff movies and black magic.
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
At least this is what we are led to believe then everything else in the world seems to be upside down, at least we can find our comfort in rock music, by listening to our old heroes, who truly know what the world is about and how to rebel against it.
As I write this, itâs been ten years since I published my first article on the internet and at the same time established the âiLLUMiNATi News Websiteâ. Although it has been a challenge and I have had wonderful, and not so wonderful, responses over the years, there is one subject I have brought up that has caused more upsets and uproar than any other, and that is the exposure of the music industry, to which I have dedicated a whole section (http://www.iLLUMiNATi-news.com/art-and-mc/index2.htm). It is a holy cow, indeed.
Of course, most people who are blues and rockân roll fans have heard about Robert Johnson and how he sold his soul to the Devil at the Crossroads in exchange for brilliant musical skills. Whether this is a myth or if itâs true, I leave for you to decide, but strange things are happening behind the scenes in the music industry and unfortunately, the rock stars most of us have worshipped are not always what we thought they were. Although the Robert Johnson story could be a myth, he is not the only one claiming to have sold his soul to the devil for fame and fortune.There are quite a few admitting to the same thing, where Bob Dylan is one of them as we shall see later in this article.
Privacy and body autonomy you say? That ends when Women's body privacy and autonomy is governed by the state. Imagine if you will: Baby Mama approaches the state for assistance, State insists on potential Baby Daddy submitting a DNA sample or be fined/or jailed. (like refusing a breath test) Married or Not. It may be obtained and surrendered without his permission. If found to the biological father, he is court ordered to begin child support payments. If he misses any, its straight to jail for 30, 60 and 90 days and huge fines according to the number of offenses. Did you really think the red states insisting these children be born that they would pay to raise them?
This is a false flag event...ask anyone who truly follows and understands the technology. That kid is actually JFK Jr's son. Think about it... the kid was born and the parents decided to go into hiding in 1999...23 year old? Exactly.
This is being released to prevent the truth from coming out. Truth is...there are millions of mechanical birds out there...spying on you...spying on me...waiting from the Communists to take full control of the government and then throw patriots like us in jail.
Mr. McIndoe, too, marinated in conspiracies. For his first 18 years, he grew up in a deeply conservative and religious community with seven siblings outside Cincinnati, then in rural Arkansas. He was home-schooled, taught that “evolution was a massive brainwashing plan by the Democrats and Obama was the Antichrist,” he said.
He read books like “Remote Control,” about what it said were hidden anti-Christianity messages from Hollywood. In high school, social media offered a gateway to mainstream culture. Mr. McIndoe began watching Philip DeFranco and other popular YouTubers who talked about current events and pop culture, and went on Reddit to find new viewpoints.
Mr. McIndoe, too, marinated in conspiracies. For his first 18 years, he grew up in a deeply conservative and religious community with seven siblings outside Cincinnati, then in rural Arkansas. He was home-schooled, taught that âevolution was a massive brainwashing plan by the Democrats and Obama was the Antichrist,â he said.
He read books like âRemote Control,â about what it said were hidden anti-Christianity messages from Hollywood. In high school, social media offered a gateway to mainstream culture. Mr. McIndoe began watching Philip DeFranco and other popular YouTubers who talked about current events and pop culture, and went on Reddit to find new viewpoints.