While working at ERC, "Kelso" said he had numerous conversations with Cobain. These occurred mostly late at night when he was one of the few people staffing the facilities. These conversations were about anything including each others' families, music, and even politics. However, one night (just before Cobain disappeared from ERC), the pair talked about something of a different nature.
Based on "Kelso's" account, Cobain appeared very restless and started raving about conspiracies and how "they" were trying to use his music for all the wrong reasons. When "Kelso" tried to calm him down and ask about who "they" were, Cobain turned white in the face and retreated to his room. Not being discouraged, "Kelso" followed and tried to get him to clarify what he said. Even when pressed for details, Cobain remained tight-lipped. All he said to "Kelso" was that there were "forces in the world that controlled everything and nobody knows it."
"Kelso" decided not to pursue the issue mostly because he just thought Cobain was acting delirious. Not until Cobain's escape and his apparent suicide a few days later did the wheels in his mind start to turn. In the interview, "Kelso" states that he's "never really been one for conspiracy theories but that it seems strange that Cobain's death was that soon, like someone was trying to stop him or something."
While "Kelso" was clear that Cobain had never mentioned the Illuminati, it was the only explanation that fit the circumstances, and it makes sense too. Nirvana was an underground group that emerged to gain a tremendous following, and Cobain was very outspoken about his liberal politics. At the time, the Illuminati may have seen him as a potential tool to help with their mind control through music and entertainment. However, Cobain's non-conformist style and refusal to follow a specific pattern for writing lyrics probably didn't sit well with those only interested in propaganda. Realizing that the lead singer could not be controlled may have led the Illuminati to move toward their next strategy, elimination. It's also possible that Cobain's excessive drug use and other issues may also have originated with the secret society.
Regardless of the "Kelso" interview's authenticity, the possibility of a Cobain conspiracy is very real. Only artists that can be controlled by the major records producers will make it and continue to perform. Those like Cobain, who are true artists, will never succeed for long. Because to the Illuminati, the entertainment industry is just another mind control method. Independent rebels need not apply.
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