Are we useful idiots?,_william_b/Fox_works/Fox_books/Mission_of_Conscience/B-1/Art-1/MC-02/Illuminati_Card_Game_Conspiracy_Theorists.jpg

Sent into comments, the Illuminati card game has a card to explain how the elites see what they call ‘Conspiracy Theorists’.  For those like me who realise that news is all a fix, and 90% not true, you have to switch off the main media, look for other explanations, and free your mind.  The Tap Blog is where I and a few others muse about what is actually going on, or might be going on.
Interestingly our efforts have come under troll attack, especially since WASP revealed that Andrea Davison has also sought refuge in the Ecuador Embassy, alongsiode Julian Assange.  Whatever she has done, it is very obvious the controllers don’t want us discussing it one little bit.
According to the above card, we are seen as useful idiots.  Through our ‘theorising’ we suggest good ideas for the elites to use in reality.  At no point are we seen as a serious alternative channel, but a bunch of powerless theorisers, who are mocked by the public at large.
I am not so sure that is in fact true.  Most people realise the news is false, and the wars are all unnecessary.  Yet have no rationale to express it all.  Once they read The Tap, they realise that they are not alone in realising the whole thing’s a giant fix.  The surprising thing is how long this has all been going on.  The internet is changing things.  The American Navy stopped war with Iran from breaking out, by being aware.  Now the elites use Al Qaeda terrorists to spread warfare into Syria and beyond, who are largely in it for the money.
The much mocked conspiracy theorist is playing a more important role as each week goes by, as more people ‘get it’ and see through the programme of the elites as they try to consolidate control of the planet through warfare, weather manipulation, and economic destruction.  Stay tuned.
Anonymous said…
So much of the Illuminati card game ( ) is true and may well become true. Its designer Steve Jackson certainly has links to the illuminati.

Incidently, the trolls and sheeple are being played off against the so called ‘conspiracy theorists’. This was done by design by the illuminati… divide and rule… there’s even a card in the above mentioned game to denote this:,_william_b/Fox_works/Fox_books/Mission_of_Conscience/B-1/Art-1/MC-02/Illuminati_Card_Game_Conspiracy_Theorists.jpg

The Tap Blog is a collective of like-minded researchers and writers who’ve joined forces to distribute information and voice opinions avoided by the world’s media.

12 Responses to “Are we useful idiots?”

  1. Tapestry says:

    I’m sorry I didn’t know I was having a conversation. It’s hard to know who’s who on the internet, especially when people suddenly claim to be some other former identity. It takes time to recognise a person’s signature, and be fairly certain it’s the same person.

    Plato on Politicalbetting, for example, writes for twenty four hours a day. They create a persona and revolving staff pretend to be contributing as one person. It’s how they control ionternet forums and keep everyone under control.

    That’s no doubt what’s being attempted here. If I want to converse, I will do so. No one will instruct on here.

  2. Twig says:

    As G Edward Griffin says, the promoters of cultural Marxism will try to portray conspiracy theorists as tin foil hat nutters and that any conspiracy theory is just fanciful, but anyone who studies history will tell you that the society we live in was formed by conspiracies going back to the year dot, and they continue apace.

    The cultural Marxists are the biggest conspirators of modern times. The BBC being a prime example.

  3. Anonymous says:

    “Interestingly our efforts have come under troll attack, especially since WASP revealed that Andrea Davison has also sought refuge in the Ecuador Embassy, alongsiode Julian Assange”


    He pinched the story from Peter Ayre the real researcher.

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  5. Anonymous says:

    There’s a game I play with my 3 year old niece. It’s a very simple game but it will eventually teach her about mis-direction, cons, lies, and figuring things out for herself.

    I simply stand in one corner of the room with a bag and a coin and pretend to throw the coin around the room. All along I am making sure her eye is off the ball and I’m constantly pointing saying ”look it’s over there now” (this is how the mainstream media works, btw – they try to take your eye off the ball). Because she is young she is in a trance/innocent happily following everything I say. Eventually I drop the coin in the bag without her seeing (which was in my hand all the time) and she claps and believes it’s magic, etc.

    The point is, one day she will wake up and won’t fall for it anymore. This is how TPTB treat us: as children of the state, serfs, scum, lowlife, etc. They don’t want us to wake up and realise the magic trick they have pulled; they don’t want the whole deck of cards which is the ‘system’ to collapse.

    Figuring out the system is not ‘conspiracy theory’. You have to forget what you were taught as a child through ‘school’ (and even worse doctrination: University) and start over. Some aspects of your early indoctrinated through the ‘education’ system have their uses, but certainly not all.

    This is why we are being bombarded with vaccines, chemtrails, fluoride, GMO’s, etc…. so they can dumb us down so we don’t wake up.

    They hate exposure and the reality that their game/magic trick is up.

  6. Twig says:


    “They hate exposure and the reality that their game/magic trick is up.”

    I have been watching the G Edward Griffin videos on YouTube.

    Are these videos exposing the truth or a trick to take our eyes off the ball?

  7. Tapestry says:

    I rate G Edward Griffin very highly.

  8. Twig says:


    How do you rate Alex Jones?

  9. Anonymous says:

    Spot on , Peter ayre , Had it , And in the high court to boot . ,,, ! . Kicked into the grass on a technicality Just pointing a fact ! .

  10. Anonymous says:

    How do you rate Alex Jones? – He’s just short of being a criminal. He has a staffed team of writers that makes this stuff up while he makes money of produst and advertising clicks.

    Very clever marketing, just not ethical for me.

  11. Tapestry says:

    Alex Jones creates near panic. Not a good start when dealing with entrenched power structures. Better to go quietly and surely. He is possibly managed dissent, herding opposition for the elites. Gregory Pitchford certainly believes so. Search this blog for that story.

  12. Twig says:

    I read the Gregory Pitchford article and I’m more confused than ever.

    Is Alex Jones working for Mossad? are Mossad trying to expose the OWG and the Illuminati?

    And why does your blog continually reject my comments on the grounds that “The characters you entered don’t match the word verification” even when they match perfectly?

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