"Where We Go One. We Go All' slogan says it all.
Monday, 12 November:
First of all a disclaimer of sorts.
This site came into it's own just a month after the inauguration of Donald J Trump, and it's expressed purpose was to promote an understanding of what makes
the man tick. Why you take him seriously, not literally.
The cryptic phenomenon that is 'Q' came to fruition months later; October to be exact.
Therefore, understand that the mission here is not to promote Q, nor to deny it,
either. This article is undertaken to put a perspective on where we are with all this. Let other sites dedicated to 'all things Q' have their positions.
There are a LOT of them. Be judicious, but use your common sense. Now, to begin.
of all, let's determine ONE thing: 'Q' most definitely does exist. Exactly what, and who it is will be debated endlessly. But it is not a 'LARP', which means a 'role playing game', nor is it some guy in his pajamas in mom's basement pretending to 'be somebody'.
When it first came on the scene it was a series of coded intel comms. These were combined with what was called 'crumbs' for those hungry for answers to follow.
They hinted at who they were. A SIGINT (signal intelligence) unit attatched to the 'No
Such Agency'; a joking reference to the NSA. They are different from the FBI/CIA in the fact this is military.
The others civilian. This distinction is key.
Now, the conventional wisdom is that the president is under investigation for colluding
with the Russians, and has the '17 intelligence agencies' aligned against his outreach to Russia. This is incorrect on a whole host of levels.
There are NOT '17 different agencies'. There are essentially five: FBI, CIA, NSA, ONI, and DIA. The rest are
just recipients of the output.
ONI (Office of Naval Intelligence) and DIA (Defense Intelligence Agency) have real work to do. This type of activity -political- is outside their purview for the most part. So you're back to three.
The FBI is not
an intelligence agency; it is law enforcement with an intel wing; the 'Directorate of Intelligence' established in 2014. During the previous administration. This is key to know.
For then it really comes down to CIA versus NSA.
One is civilian,
the other military. POTUS controls the military as the Commander in Chief. The FBI stays under DoJ authority once removed from the president. There is a LOT of evidence that the previous administration 'weaponized' both FBI and CIA.
This is your Mueller
probe fallout. Peter Strzok and all of the others who have been fired and/or disgraced for using their office and power for pure political partisan reasons.
Most people don't know that even though Strzok was FBI he was also almost certainly
a CIA plant in the agency. Like Nellie Ohr, who actually went to 'The Farm', which trains agents. Strzok's father was CIA.
Just like Christine Blasey Ford. So many of them pop up. Most don't know she was in charge of recruiting at Stanford. Not that
it means anything. Like being able to prepare people for polygraph tests.
She did that as well. Nothing to see here. She has her million bucks.
Q was instrumental in arranging these events in a cogent narrative that code experts excel at. This
all started taking shape the months following it's debut.
Soon, like all things mysterious people started to make all sorts of claims. Some said 'they were Q'. Others said it was a roll playing game. Others a 'psyop'.
Irrespective of all this,
the site and it's nation, called the 'Q Anons' flourished. The intelligence shared was what an expert would expect: some guesswork, some disinfo, some spot on. True analysts know you have to dig to get the nuggets.
In this business, fooling
the opposition is as important as getting the message out.
In WWII, the Allies used their best general to sell the Germans on the invasion (D-Day) being at Pas De Calais, not Normandy. It was a 'feint'; classic disinformation and the Germans bit hard.
It was also what they wanted to believe.
Much has been made of the accuracy and/or predictives, of the site.
This misses the point. It is going to be deliberately wrong at times. It will also be maddeningly vague.
This is how the real game is played.
Now, as we speak, many are arguing it's merits, or lack of them. One member of the supposed 'inner circle' has just called it 'garbage'; that it takes away from the 'real narrative'. This is a complete
mischaracterization, if not an outright lie.
It does no such thing.
What does, and did, it do? First of all, it united a rowdy rabble looking for coherent leadership. It has given this in spades. Second, it laid out a narrative,
and a plan for moving forward. This simply cannot be denied.
It spawned a movement. This movement is only growing; the midterm elections only spiced the punch some. It's still worth drinking, and the sheer enjoyment of 'the beverage' provided is a solace
The number of believers is huge. By the same token, doubters are welcome.
Think about it. 'Q Anon' invites all opinions and highlights differences. Much is discussed. The opposition? They are in an all out assault
at their newest public enemy, FOX commentator Tucker Carlson.
They want him shut down. Gone. See a difference?
Q brings raw faith into the equation. The American Nation, the one founded on the blood of the Founders, was a Christian nation. This
does not mean it excluded others; indeed all faiths are welcome.
Even the Founders who weren't 'Deists', like Thomas Paine, had no problem with our jurisprudence being based on Judeo-Christian laws. Being an Individual with Free Will and the inherent
responsibilities was accepted.
This is under attack from those who embrace socialism.
They see the collective as the future. Those who believe in the destiny of the individual most assuredly do not.
exhortations' are simply pointing out a belief system rooted in the ideas of freedom. ''Stay United', 'Stay Strong' and other slogans are not demanding one to become a church goer.
This is simply tying up the philosophical loose ends. The other side
is quite proud of their atheistic contempt for religion, particularly Christian. Yet this is still very much a country based on those precepts.
In words, 'Q' is both what it is and what you want it to be. Like all movements, some faith is involved,
and a lot of healthy discussion required. To the faithful, the admonition from Luke 12:28 comes to mind:
'How much will he clothe you, Oh ye of little faith?'
Comes a point in time to stand and be counted. That time has arrived, and this humble
little 8chan site with a few coded comms and exhortations to be strong has changed the world.
It has brought 'Where We Go One We Go All' into THE catchphrase of the movement.
The evidence is there. No matter what anyone says...
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