S.D. Wells #wingnut #conspiracy naturalnews.com

How could anyone have predicted that the World Trade Center "Twin Towers" would be attacked by "terrorists" in the 1990s? Then, how could those same soothsayers predict Donald Trump would charismatically lead millions of patriots called "fanatics" to rally for the Republic? On top of that, how could these same prognosticators know that a pandemic, accompanied by toxic vaccines and mass-quarantine, would be used as a WEAPON to devastate a "targeted" populace (enemy of autocracy)?

Well, a secret society called the "illuminati" is nothing more than a cabal of billionaires who want to control the world, including all governments, all people and everyone's minds to boot, and they love to pretend they can "predict the future" that they install and inflict themselves with well-planned schemes. That brings us to the 1990s card game about a "New World Order" that unveiled some conspiracy theories the populace still can't seem to wrap their (brainwashed) heads around.

Pick a card, any card. The illuminati (insidious secret society of satanists) has some mythical predictions they would like to embed in your mind. It's really all about world domination, bragging about the "moves" in advance that will bring it about, and then pretending to be unbelievably accurate fortune tellers after the events transpire. This is called power-tripping, and it even dates back to the same company's 1982 board game and fantasy novels prior to that.
Check out the "Terrorist Nuke" card that shows one of the Twin Towers exploding nearly exactly where the (drone) commercial jet crashed into the massive building on September 11th, 2001. How could this predictive card be so accurate and 9/11 not be some kind of "inside job?"
Is this all just another money-making scheme? Unsealed decks of these soothsayer cards sell on Amazon and eBay for about $2,000. See for yourself... coincidence, soothsaying or the illuminati globalist plan being "played" out on the world's stage?



So were we! You can find all of this, and more, on Fundies Say the Darndest Things!

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