"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:

 

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And this:

 

 

And this:

 

 

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More coming...

 



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"Logical thinking" ... sounds nice:

"Ask yourself a very simple Q.
Would the FAKE NEWS media (& other controlled assets) expend this amount of time and resource attacking [attempt to discredit - cast as conspiracy - LARP] this movement IF IT DID NOT POSE A SIGNIFICANT THREAT [DANGER]?"

A complex-question fallacy?

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This is almost funny.  Noted above, the cult of Ramtha has gone all QAnon.  Yes, the 35,000 year old 'Lemurian' -- who occasionally inhabits the body of 73 year old JZ Knight (who is beginning to look a bit Joan Rivers these days) -- is heralding Q as prophet. 

The infighting among Q devotees is interestingly kooky.  Is the Ramtha grift the best thing that ever happened to the Q-munity? Yes. No. Fight!

For those who can't make it through the video immediately above, here is the Joan Rivers/Kim Novak face responding to friendly questions from her palace in Yelm.

In other partially-related news, QAnon grifter Jordan Sather was surprised by his poor reception at the fabulous UFO 'Disclosure' conflab ...

He is such a f**king idiot.

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With nothing forthcoming from the individual account at 8chan called "Q," the many factions and interest groups who comprise "the QAnon research community" have begun to turn on each other -- or rather there is a developing split between those who make a living from their QAnon work (via swag, merch, coins, books, and plain old donation) and those who make part of their living from their QAnon work.

Here is one such dispute as told by the folks at Roosevelt Media, who offer little editorial comment on their collections.

For those who could not give a rap about anything Q-related, at least in the form of a video, the guy with pen-name Dustin Nemos hauls in $30,000.00 a month, according to him, so anyone who calls him a 'Fake MAGA' or Paytriot is cruising for a bruising. He has just lost the support of a former ally. 

Hurry up back to 8chan, Q, the kids are outta hand.

 

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Whatever entity/team is in control of the Q account at 8chan ... the account has three new posts for QAnons to fasten upon and interpret.  The pickings are pretty slim, however.

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For ... ?

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"Do you pay by the syllable?"  I see you one ele_y and raise you one cap_y.

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From couches and home-offices world wide, raise your memes high!

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If those previous Q "drops" seemed 70% gibberish, the final Q drops seem like the Seth Rich fantasies all over again ...

NB -- the Q+ tag line is supposed by some Q-watchers to represent a communication from the President of the USA.

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-- as usual, my set of reactions starts with "was there something you wanted to tell us?"  Why not just say so?  But, following the Twitter link to Sara Carter's statements/claims might be a good start. "Q" doesn't offer plain language or straightforward argument.

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People Tell Us How QAnon Destroyed Their Relationships

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"We truly used to say all the time that we meant more to each other than politics. At some point in time, that became not true anymore.

There are a lot of people dealing with loved ones into Q. They all say the same thing, that you get to a point where you can no longer reason with them. One of the first things I tell people who reach out is you cannot make fun of them. You can't criticize their beliefs. You can keep trying to show them over and over again how their beliefs are misguided, that there are all these Q predictions where the dates have come and gone and nothing has happened. You can show them these things. But the minute you try to make a judgment call or say, 'See, look at how stupid it is. You're an idiot,' you know you'll lose these people forever.

It's been, without a doubt, the most devastating experience of my life. I love the man with all my heart. I’d give anything to have him say, ‘I'm done with Q. Come back. Let's see if we can make this work again.’ But I'm not sure that's ever going to happen."

 

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If you are a follower or admirer of Youtube content creator Polly St George, here's a quick overview of belief in Q that may be able to fill in some blanks for the curious ...

Q or simulacra or team or agent-in-charge has released about three dozen drops since the last update. Here are a baker's dozen:

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-- that is all for now, with another twenty-six drops to be published here. Lots of material for the QAnon communities of 'research' to fasten upon, and of course lots of material for the non-participants to critique. Of my top five QAnon-phenomena-watchers, @PokerPolitics may be the one most aligned with a Randian tone -- if not conceptual underpinnings; in other words, if you like a harsh/relentless critique of hideous epistemologies, you may like his series on Youtube or Twitter. Eg, 

 

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