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So let's talk about Qanon. Namely, what the fuck is it? I've heard it be called a LARP, I've heard it be the code name of some secret insider, I've also heard that it's a supercomputer, a Quantum Computer no less. I didn't give it any particular respect. Still, when there came this big push to demonize and censor Qanon and its supporters, I assumed maybe there's a merit of truth in it, so I lent my ear to people who deliver the info Q drops and saw how it shaped up to reality and honestly, I wasn't very impressed. In fact, I was insanely disappointed. Ya know, I believe in the philosophy of good things coming to those who wait, but I don't believe in wasting time either. We've been talking about stocks lately. Typically if you want to make money from the stock investment, you have to pick the right one and pay a safe amount. Once you do the right about research, it no longer becomes a gamble, and you're not hopelessly waiting to make a profit. Qanon supporters don't know how to invest their time wisely, but it's never too late to learn! Let me do to Qanon what I do to every stock and see if anything comes out at you. We google Qanon in general, and we get many negative articles about it from mainstream media. We can label that as FUD; the information they provide may be true, but you don't want to get info from an echo chamber. It's more valid if different perspectives all say the same thing. Among peers, Qanon is dismissed as chan board boomer garbage and occasionally seen as dangerous anti-Semitic diatribes. So it isn't good. If this were a company, I wouldn't buy its stock, but that doesn't guarantee it's wrong. So we need to come to our own conclusions then. Now, supposedly I found a site that contains all the Qanon posts. https://qposts.online/page/2 If you are a Q expert, you can try correcting me on this, but outside of getting rumbled by that person, we're just going to assume that this is an accurate reference, and we are going to examine some of the posts. https://qposts.online/post/14 There are a lot of posts like this one where they ask you a bunch of questions. Do you like that? You're wondering what's going on, and someone asks you a shit load of questions? What if you googled a question and all the results were other questions? For the record, PBS ideas would do this too. He would propose a question and then offer a variety of wishy-washy theories and then ask me to come up with the answer, even though he's proposed a question I was never thinking of, so at best, it's his job to make it credible, I am not usually the one that handles validating someone else's theory. I'll tell you what this is, though. When people do this, they are leading the question. It's also called Suggestive Interrogation, but really it's an attempt at getting people to think about something they haven't thought of but in a manner where they come to specific conclusions. Ideally, people come up to their own conclusions after you provide the information. https://qposts.online/post/23 In Q posts, he tags certain words so you can understand what it means, but here he doesn't tag what Saps is even though there are 22 different definitions of that word. There are various other posts where he describes what certain well-known acronyms are while keeping you in the dark on homegrown or super obscure abbreviations. Very productive. Very informative. https://qposts.online/post/27 This is bullshit, and I'll tell you why. If they leak everything they know, every secret plan must be reworked from scratch or dropped entirely. The worst-case scenario is sabotage, court-martial, and murder. Creating a bread crumb trail means that anyone who believes you have as little evidence as possible to defend themselves on a public platform and create people that will be straw manned as lunatics should be ignored and why exactly is that a good thing? You should provide actual evidence and take the consequences (or run like hell) for it, or you should spare people from being estranged from their families over theories you refuse to elaborate on. https://qposts.online/post/29 Throughout Trump's entire presidency, there's been an undercurrent of people saying that the pedo networks are getting rounded up. Still, the only big bust was Epstein, who took all his secrets to the grave (I know Lin Wood said he wasn't dead, but Lin Wood also said that Trump would take his seat back, so he's not exactly a soothsayer now, is he?), his right-hand woman who hasn't dropped any information and everyone that was on Epstein's lolita list has had nothing done to them. Additionally, a man who was caught several times groping women, some minors, on camera is now president. Also, Pizzagate, as valid as it may be, is now a convenient strawman to dismiss pedophile claims. Yeah, so I'm thinking Pedo dismantlers 1. Pedo Networks 50. https://qposts.online/post/248 #flyrothsfly# is apparently a hashtag created to hype the crackdown on the Rothschilds. At least that's what I think it was for because Twitter results are just people hounding David Rothschild. Granted, the Rothchilds are evil. Very evil. But as you can tell. Nothing happened. People get hyped for justice, and nothing happens. And you think anyone in government is going to do something about some of the richest people on the planet? A hobo with a switchblade has a better chance of freeing us from the cold skeleton grip of the Rothchild than anyone sitting in a political seat. https://qposts.online/post/828 Here we have a series of platitudes. Perhaps Q is, in reality, Prince EA seeing as Prince EA would have said the same motivational poster nonsense that's said here. It's not even that these aren't bad things; it's only that they are directionless forms of advice, except for the last one where he tells you to make it rain, which is inexplicable and confusing in this context. https://qposts.online/post/985 This is damning evidence assuming; She had smoking-gun evidence of government involvement. That she could hire someone good enough to make her claim salient to the judge while defeating the opposing viewpoint. That being a 9/11 truther makes you credible (it doesn't). That she said something damning to Obama that would convince him to kill her (Why would Obama kill someone over something the Bush admin did?) That 9/11 still matters to the public at large (it doesn't). That the Victim Compensation Fund existed to defend the government and not the airlines which were being sued. That suing the airlines would even be successful. That even if you sued the airlines into bankruptcy that the government wouldn't just bail them out (they would). Everything points to this woman having no power and her death being incidental. https://qposts.online/post/464 I hate this fucking phrase, "Follow the money." God forbid you outline the financial interests of various groups. Put someone on a wild goose chase, so they become insane like Charlie at the end of that one Sunny in Philadelphia episode. If you want someone to do their own research, present your evidence and then tell them to check you. You don't tell someone to find something with no evidence; this isn't a fucking easter egg hunt. https://qposts.online/post/1315 Ah yes. One of the many attempts by Trump to force the government's hands. It is a card game that Trump always lost because the only way to play chicken with the government is to ram straight into them. Trump never had the guts to bleed the government dry to bring us justice, so stuff like this is an empty threat. It's why I never read his Twitter. All he did was run his mouth, and apparently, I'm the only person on this planet who thinks actions speak louder than words. https://qposts.online/post/1440 What happened that week? See for yourself. https://www.onthisday.com/date/2018/june Anything memorable that week? What about that month? You don't see anything that was truly remarkable, and there certainly weren't a blackout. I mean, the volcano going off is interesting, but that nothing to do with Trump. https://qposts.online/post/1653 Remember when Trey Gowdy mattered? Or when we thought that handpicking a supreme court pick meant we'd get our way in a supreme court scenario. I resent such wishful thinking. Even if Trey Gowdy got in, who wants to bet that he would have bent over like all the other conservative picks? This also happens a lot in Q posts. They hype up a specific person being in a position of power under the belief that justice will be done, but then nothing happens. Remember Jeff Sessions? He was supposed to be good; what about Barr? He was also hyped to drain the swamp. All of these people are worthless. The only one who stood by Trump's side was Ted Cruz, the guy that Trump lambasted hardcore during the election, which for the record is still just all talk and no walk. Where's that secession Texas? You're supposed to be the state with the most guts, so why don't you pull that trigger? I could probably do this all day, but I gave you the link. Use that to add to my argument or discredit it. SO. If Qanon was a stock, would I invest in it? The answer is no, Qanon guides you into believing stuff it hasn't verified and refuses transparency at every level. Even when they date something or say an event should happen, it doesn't come to pass. Qanon pads their value with irrelevant information and platitudes to shore up your morale while you wait for the payout. The payout's due date cannot be determined because there is no roadmap outlining the tasks that have been accomplished or need to be done. I think you can invest in something better than Qanon. You should do research on this Tree of Liberty thing. There might be something to it...
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