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Vigilant Citizen

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Not to be confused with The Vigilant Christian

Some dare call it
Conspiracy
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What THEY don't want
you to know!
Sheeple wakers

Vigilant Citizen is a website that is dedicated to discovering the hidden "symbolism"(?) in the popular media, usually involving the Illuminati.

The problem with "symbolism"[edit]

Most of the "symbolism" isn't even remotely related to Freemasonry at all (conspiracy theorists consider Freemasons and the Illuminati to be the same.) For example, the Pentagram, while mistakenly related to Satanism, is actually a Pagan symbol.

Source of his beliefs[edit]

Most of the articles on Vigilant Citizen refer to "Project Monarch" and "Sex-kitten programming," which are terms that were used by promoters of the Satanic Ritual Abuse conspiracy theory. Brice Taylor,[1] Cathy O'Brien and Fritz Springmeier popularized these terms amongst conspiracy theorists.[2] [3]

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