This is beautiful.
Denver International Airport is really trolling y’all conspiracy theorist with their new construction signs 😂 pic.twitter.com/Gg29dURhHN
— Destiny. (@CoolAsPhuck) September 4, 2018
See, this is why I don’t actually believe in secret conspiracies running shadow governments: “Despite repeated claims to the contrary, Mayor Bill de Blasio is positioning himself to be the leftist “progressive” alternative to Wall Street-friendly Hillary Rodham Clinton as the Democratic candidate for president, a national party operative told The Post.” Such things are still run by human beings; and human beings who are unlikely to be particularly more enlightened than myself. And since I would do everything in my power (if I had enough of it) to set this up – out of sheer anticipation of the malignantly glorious Democratic street brawl that would result – how could the Illuminati manage to resist the temptation?
Scurrilous rumors to the contrary.
— nickgillespie (@nickgillespie) February 4, 2013
Still, please note that they’re tacitly admitting to the Steve Gutenberg thing. And here we thought that we’d have to resort to discovery…
PS: What is this odd sensation that I am having while contemplating this year’s elections? It’s kind of relaxing and soothing; vaguely rejuvenating, and accompanied with a general sense of well-being and cheerful forbearance towards others.
This is happiness. Been a while since 2004, hasn’t it?
(Via Hot Air Headlines) Personally, I think that Politico should have made it clear that Bilderberg-watchers pretty much plug in each new President’s name into their pet theories; feel free to fix the deliberately-broken (h ttp://www.rinf.com/conspiracies/nwo.html) and check out the mindset of these sorts for yourself. Still, that just means that you aren’t anybody until you’ve been declared to be a tool of the Bilderbergers, Tri-Lats, CFRs, or anybody else in the NWO. Well done, President Obama; it’s an obscure sort of honor, but no less real for all that.
All that being said, I’m afraid that you will have to join the Freemasons. It’s… complicated.
PS: If the topic interests – and it’s usually lots of fun, up to the point where somebody starts screaming about the Jews – I suggest that you start with Illuminoids: Secret Societies and Political Paranoia or A History Of Secret Societies.
Crossposted to RedState.