"In the matter of Q"

Credence and interest in the QAnon phenomena  

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  1. 1. Which choice best represents your interest in the QAnon phenomenon

    • Uninterested
      2
    • Interested, but skeptical
      1
    • I already know what I know
      0
    • None of your business. I don't declare my interests
      0
    • "Don't bother to examine a folly ... "
      0
    • I'd be interested in an objective analysis of the phenomena
      0
    • I will explain everything in a guest post here, if given the opportunity
      0

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  • Poll closed on 12/02/2018 at 02:32 AM

I'd like to open a field of discussion for the QAnon phenomena.  Here is where I will post in already existing material presented at OL by members.  I'll take direction from comments and from poll answers. 

  • What is Q / QAnon?
  • Why should anyone on OL pay attention?
  • Is skepticism justified?
  • What are the main questions readers have in mind to guide discussion?

No special rules or guidelines for this thread; the OL guidelines are good enough and will apply here. .  Please keep personal abuse to a minimum. Creative insults are kosher, but if they aren't on topic, why post them?

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Our forum leader opened discussion on the phenomena back in January of this year.  My key-word search-term was "QAnon,"  not "Q," so the search results will not necessarily return all incidence of discussion touching on the phenomena.

On 1/3/2018 at 4:10 AM, Michael Stuart Kelly said:

[...] If you really want to go down a Rabbit Hole where anti-deep state magic happens for real, look into "QAnon."

I will post a thing about him later, probably in a new thread or on the Conspiracy Theory thread. He's been spot on accurate predicting a lot of recent happenings right before they happen. More recently he's been doing some twittering and he seems to like hamming it up a bit, so here are a few teasers:

 

And this:

 

 

And this:

 

 

And this:

 

 

:)

 

More coming...

 



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19 hours ago, Jon Letendre said:

What?

People who spend so much time and effort scoffing at a coming sekrit awakening seem to miss a larger point , the boat is already sailing.

I’m ambivalent, agnostic as to the flesh and bone personage of Q, but if I got  on knees before I lay me down to sleep , I’d ask for blessing and long living to Q.

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5 hours ago, tmj said:

People who spend so much time and effort scoffing at a coming sekrit awakening seem to miss a larger point , the boat is already sailing.

I’m ambivalent, agnostic as to the flesh and bone personage of Q, but if I got  on knees before I lay me down to sleep , I’d ask for blessing and long living to Q.

Now I see, thank you. 

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"When I woke up from my dream, there were many questions  ..."  Tell me how much time you spend on Twitter, while doing your Q-Level work. Don't your co-workers ever wonder why your work-product is so slap-dash?

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Something big is always coming. Just ask Manafort, Gates, Flynn and Stone. Oh, and 'trust Sessions,' 'disinformation is necessary,' and 'trust Huber.' For the republic.

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On 12/21/2019 at 6:56 AM, tmj said:

People who spend so much time and effort scoffing at a coming sekrit awakening seem to miss a larger point , the boat is already sailing.

I’m ambivalent, agnostic as to the flesh and bone personage of Q, but if I got  on knees before I lay me down to sleep , I’d ask for blessing and long living to Q.

He acts like someone who knows this Q stuff eventually leads to him.

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I just looked at your Twitter. You don’t speak much at all anywhere in your own voice, do you? Just reposting other people, like at OL. Very safe. Can’t be quoted. Can’t be shown to have been wrong if you never say what you think about anything or answer any questions here, at your climate blog or anywhere else. But the downside is you are disappearing. You are becoming a ‘bot that repeats the 4am memo, the Deep State narrative. Generic faceless leftie loser. Tens of millions of those. Not very interesting.

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DemocRats in California are violating the civil rights of their citizens and countless election laws.

Forcing of extra steps, jumping through hoops, to register as Republican is just one example.

They know who wins if they do not cheat in every possible way.

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13 minutes ago, william.scherk said:

"Q" is not a top-level analyst.

And you are the expert who would know?

Were you told in a dream?

Intuition?

If you could support this assertion you would, but you cannot support anything you assert these days. Just drive-bys. So intellectual. Shit-for-Brains. Loser.

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23 hours ago, william.scherk said:

From the linked-to article:

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[...] NPP [No Party Preference] voters may vote in a political party's partisan election if the political party, by party rule duly noticed to the Secretary of State, authorizes NPP voters to vote in the next presidential primary election. An NPP voter may request the ballot of one of the political parties, if any, that authorizes NPP voters to vote in the presidential primary election.

The following parties have notified the Secretary of State that they will allow No Party Preference voters to request their party’s presidential ballot in the March 3, 2020, Presidential Primary Election:

American Independent Party
Democratic Party
Libertarian Party

I.e, in California permission has to be given by a political party in order for no-party-preference (NPP) voters to vote in that party's primary.

The California Democratic, Libertarian, and American Independent parties have given permission for NPPs to vote in their primaries.  The California Republican Party has not given permission.

I think that it would be a tactical blunder for the California Republican Party to allow NPPs to vote in its primary.  Non-party-affiliated persons who want Trump defeated would take advantage and would vote in the Republican primary for some candidate other than Trump. 

Ellen

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The charges are that election officials in CA are intentionally confusing voters and making registering Republican more difficult than registering Democrat. Both charges are true and have nothing to do with CA Republican Party disallowing non-Republicans from voting in the March primary.

Many non-affiliated voters who receive those mailings will check DemocRat and send it back and this makes them a registered Democrat, unless Newsom signed another new law last night.

Even Californians do not understand their own system, which changes every cycle.

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This is too funny. I'm a fan of Law & Order: SVU, so it is doubly funny.

Ice T gets red-pilled about Q, then about the nastiness of those who are afraid of Q.

Lionel didn't present the event well (but, in his defense, trying to find links right now is a holy mess). His analysis is spot on, though.

Here's what happened. Ice T posted this on Twitter.

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Twitter exploded.

How dare you? How dare you? How dare you? 

Outrage... outrage... outrage...

Then this happened.

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:)

Here's a little more.

I do not think Ice T is amused.

:)

Michael

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If that professor that went on Fox saying “10% of the population thinks Q is a good thing” was anywhere near correct then it spreads like fire from now on.

The Ice T incident is a good example of why and how it takes off once a tipping point like 10% is reached. He didn’t even intend to redpill his millions of followers. Like fire now.

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A funny thing happened on the way to the forum. 

Ted Nugent used a Facebook account to -- seemingly -- endorse Q, and then -- seemingly -- reversed the seeming endorsement, and used pretty strong language to denounce a few items.

This came to a boil just after a Trump2020 campaign actor denounced Q.

 

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Whoever or whatever "Q" is, he or she or they are probably enjoying the break, not having posted since December 29 2019.  This break has had zero effect on propagation of the 'cleaned-up' version of the mighty conspiracy-of-all-conspiracies ... from Mike Rothschild:

The article is here.

As "Q" might say, The 'silent' war continues.

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