In 1995 games designer Steve Jackson created a role-playing card game called Illuminati: The Game of Conspiracy. When playing, you take on the role of the shadowy puppet masters who supposedly make up the ruling elite of the Illuminati. Your mission is to launch black-ops false flag attacks on your own people, and generally conspire to act out evil plans to elevate your own wealth and, more importantly, to strengthen your ironfisted grip on world domination.
With the cards dealt, you can launch terrorist nukes into tall buildings, bomb the Pentagon, spread an artificially created disease, and even rewrite the history books to aid your reign of behind-the-scenes terror. The most remarkable thing about this game, however, is the illustrations on each card, some of which bear an uncanny resemblance to real life disasters like 9/11 and the Deepwater Horizon oil leak. Many conspiracy theorists are certain that the Illuminati truly exists, and that Steve Jackson had insider information on their heinous plot to implement the New World Order—an all singing, all dancing boot of tyranny put in place to stamp repeatedly on our faces in the near future. What do you think?
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