Conspiracy Theory (noun)
A theory seeking to explain a disputed case or matter as a plot by a secret group or alliance rather than an individual or isolated act.
Now that the definition is laid out plain and clear, it sounds pretty rational, doesn't it? Combine that with the events post-2020, suddenly the tin foil hats don't sound like such a bad idea. (Kidding)
All jokes aside, conspiracies are very real. Before there's solid mainstream evidence, those screaming them from the rooftops are called paranoid lunatics; but once the truth finally comes out most people won't hear about it or will have forgotten about it altogether.
We're going to review four such conspiracies today that don't involve aliens, sasquatch, or lizard people; today, we'll focus on well-thought out tangible plans that are designed to tighten an authoritarian grip on you and your family.
For a time, the concept of a global digital identity for every man, woman, and child on Earth sounded like the ramblings of a madman; how could anybody possibly build a system that would correctly identify every single person and store their data in a permanent digital record?
If the DMV can barely handle giving you a driver's license, how can the government possibly register, create, and update all of your information digitally?
Two letters: 5G.
With the massive and seemingly unstoppable rollout of 5G, the planet is now constantly bathed in pulsating microwave frequencies within the 24-90 GHz range. The very short wavelengths within this frequency range has the capacity to wirelessly transmit and receive the incredible amounts of data needed to implement a digital ID system.
With that said, these very dense frequencies can't travel very far and require a massive amount of repeaters - this is why you've seen so many of these Matrix-looking towers popping up all over the United States.
The data stored within digital IDs aren't limited to your driver's license status; digital IDs are meant to include your medical history, arrest records, purchase behaviors, close friends and family, network usage, search history, credit history, biometric data (fingerprints), travel history, social media accounts, bank accounts, energy usage, and more.
I can already hear someone reading this and saying, "That will never happen in the United States." Unfortunately, that person would be wrong. States that are either offering digital ID as an alternative or have begun the process include Florida, Oklahoma, Utah, Colorado, Louisiana, Idaho, Maryland, Wyoming, and Washington D.C.
"Mandatory supervised quarantine" facility in northern Australia
In the beginning of 2020, everyone heard whispers of covid quarantine camps; those who produced the evidence that they are either being built or other facilities are being repurposed were again labeled as paranoid conspiracy theorists.
Australians, Austrians, and Germans are wishing they heeded the warning.
In all three countries, citizens can be detained for either being infected, suspected of being infected, or being around an infected person and placed into these concentration camps (let's call it was it is) without warning for an indefinite amount of time.
While in the camp, citizens are forced into a trailer for isolation, monitored by military force, tested multiple times a day, can not interact with other prisoners (it's what they are), and can be arrested and sentenced to jail if they refuse to cooperate or attempt to escape. This is real - DuckDuckGo it.
While this hasn't been rolled out in the United States yet, legislation has been introduced or passed in several states that would give government the authority to detain citizens suspected to be infected with a deadly pathogen and place them into government designated quarantine facilities indefinitely. The legislation has either been introduced or passed in New York, Oregon, California, and even free Florida.
Yes, free Florida. Take a look at HB6003 legislation signed in by DeSantis in May 2021.
Social Credit Score in America
Even before the events of 2020, conspiracy theory leaders have been slamming their fists on the table about the Chinese social credit system creeping it's way into the United States. Again they had tomatoes thrown at them, and again the same people who cast criticism are looking to them for answers.
But what is this 'social credit score system', and how does it work? In China, the social credit score range goes from 0-1050 with a graded score from A-D, like a report card. The following tiers determine your ability to interact with society.
Things like posting negative information online about the CCP, traffic fines, parking tickets, educating people about the evil of the CCP, refusal of sterilization, having more than two children, and much much more can negatively impact your score.
Conversely, things that can positively impact your score include ratting out other citizens to the government, a child joining the army, and praising the CCP online.
We've seen the beta test of this system roll out in the states with the launch of the vaccine passports, another reality once cast aside as crazy theories. If you don't get your shot like the government tells you, then no movies, restaurants, or access to any public indoor setting. How long until this extends to grocery stores or medical appointments?
This is no different than the Chinese social credit system and we must do everything we can to prevent this from escalating any further in the States.
Supply Chain Breakdown
Anybody who says that the supply chain is too big to fail is either a complete moron or one of the 30 people that actually voted for Biden. When governments began to lockdown non-essential private businesses, conspiracy realists quickly realized that this was the beginning of the end for an already fragile global supply chain - and here we are.
Since then, inflation has soared, certain raw goods are nearly unattainable to make finished products, chips to make new cars and computers are in high demand and short supply, and as we mentioned in a previous report, the Russian invasion of Ukraine has dealt the final blow to an already devastated supply chain.
Russia, Ukraine, and the ports of the Black Sea account for 30% of global wheat exports, 19% of global corn exports, and a significant amount of fertilizer exports that other countries need to grow their own food to support their own citizens.
If that wasn't bad enough, any natural gas and oil that was once sent to the United States from Russia/Ukraine is no longer getting here, but instead is being sold to China. We the people are now shouldering the skyrocketing price of gas for home and vehicles as a result.
The time is now to get your car repaired, stock up on emergency food or medical supplies for both your family and pets, have a plan B, learn to grow food, get a solar generator, and develop skills to cultivate rain water. This is not a drill.
Theory or Logical Deduction?
Before we wrap this up, you should know that in 1967, the CIA created the label "conspiracy theorists" as a means to discredit any American citizen challenging the official narrative hammered into our brains by our government and media.
So the next time you hear somebody talking about some some scary global plan, listen. The guy who warned you about vaccine passports and covid concentration camps doesn't always get all of the details right, but he's got the general idea.
Take your head out of your social feed and do some research.
Author, Right Wing Gear