My Q Confessions

I’ve got to confess, I’ve made mistakes. When Alex Jones first started  telling us, in May this year on InfoWars, that he had the inside scoop on who Q was, that because he was such a patriot, Q decided to phone him up and give him some inside information I thought, What? Why would Q, who AJ soon told us was a fairly low ranking  guy in the army,  called “Zach”,  who we soon got to know some other things about, want to blow his cover and splash himself all over the internet in such a public way? Didn’t it kind of spoil the idea of what undercover meant? It all seemed very odd, given that Q was supposed to be an undercover agent (Q’s initial identity on the Chans was “Q Clearance Patriot”)  or agents with top level security clearance, working with president Trump to mobilize support to “drain the swamp” and bring down the deep state traitors, working against the best interests of the US, as well as the world, opposing the New World Order that previous presidents loved to eulogize as something we would all learn to love. Ordinary folk like myself, on the other hand, loved what Trump had to offer, ‘cos he seemed to really want, like us,  to tell the New World Order to stick it where the sun don’t shine.

Anons, 70,000 of whom were on TheGreatAwakening Reddit thread before it was conveniently banned for “hate speech”, that blanket term that, if you ask me,  covers pretty much any topic that Trump supporters  want to bring out into the open to discuss, who claimed to be working with Q from the beginning, way back when things were more calm than stormy, in the sense of momentum for The Great Awakening built up by QAnon, were saying Alex was full of baloney, and bloating himself up on power while belching out disinfo to the Patriots deliberately, because Q was not Zach, and the narrative that Jones was dispensing was designed to discredit the movement, and undermine confidence in it. They insisted that a storm would follow, and the swamp would be drained, with the QArmy pulling together to help Trump achieve this.

 

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Mega-folder of Q memes

Well, we know what kind of storms came next, at least those who followed it, and weren’t living in the bubble of MSM reporting, remember, and to my shame (and here’s the confession part – I’m hanging my head a bit, and avoiding your eye, dear reader, as I admit this) I was one of those who lost faith that Q had our best interests at heart, because the parade of fake Qs and money-grabbing band-wagon jumpers that proliferated and profiteered in the Truth Movement end of YouTube managed to persuade more than a few of us that Q must be poo, created to keeping us clicking, donating and clamouring to buy important people’s latest books. But the plot took more than a few twists, as the fake Qs fell, one by one, then, it seemed, in an avalanche,  in the settling dust, the last ones standing were still QAnon, and Trump. We’re all on the team too, if we only stand up and be counted. You will earn derision and hatred from some quarters, but let’s face it, those quarters are probably the ones you wouldn’t be seen dead hanging around in anyhow, so count me in, Q, and bring on The Storm!

Useful Resources for Q Newbies: Site where you can view all Q posts, updated in real time. Q Research Board.

 

Left Right, Left Right….

It’s Karl Marx’s 200th birthday today, apparently. I just wanted to say ‘Happy birthday, and no happy returns, thanks.’ I’m glad you’re dead, to be quite honest. Here’s ‘Infowars” David Knight to explain why he’s glad too.

Want to know more about Marxism, in an accessible way that puts his politics in context? Have a read of this fascinating book by Robert Gellately, called ‘Lenin, Stalin and Hitler: The Age Of Social Catastrophe. Click the text for details.

If you would like to see ‘Nosedive’, the episode of the British science fiction TV series ‘Black Mirror’, which gives an idea of what a social ranking system, similar to the one now being implemented in China, might actually be like to live with, Click here to watch it online.

 

Truth Or Dare?

Edward Bernays book cover

A previous post examined how logic could be used to arrive at the truth. Journalism can be used to investigate what is true, just as it can be used to spin the facts to suit the narrative that governments want their populations to believe.

Edward Bernays book cover

All wars depend on gaining at least some measure of support from general opinion, and it is with this end in mind that we often encounter situations where it is possible to wonder whether the narrative has been managed to reflect the version of reality that is most convenient when particular ends are desired. It’s a daring manoeuvre, given that the truth may be exposed, as many independent investigators claimed was the case in the case of this CNN newscast, which was presented by CNN news at the time as a live broadcast from a hotel roof during the Gulf war, while a missile attack was in progress. The footage has not yet been proven to everyone’s satisfaction to have been faked with the use of a ‘green screen’ in CNN’s news studios, and the debate continues.

As Bernays understood, it could be worth the gamble for a government to fake an event, since the desired outcome has been achieved by the time the lie is discovered, and a public outcry diverted before the action has been taken. Such propaganda is quite convincing at the time; as the old adage goes ‘seeing is believing‘. We tend to rely on the evidence before our eyes, and mainstream media would hardly lie to us, would they? Take a look at alternative media sources and the outlook is very different. Anything and everything is up for question, the American ‘Truth Movement’ was established the idea that everything the state did was up for question, as the American government had perpetrated many ‘false flag‘ operations even before the events on November 11th, 2001 in New York, which were watched with horror by people all around the world. Part of the American Dream died on that day, but for some people it became the starting point of a new consciousness of the nature of reality, and a discussion ensued that has persisted with the growth of alternative news sources, a conversation about how digital realities and the physical world intersect, and how it is possible to manipulate one in order to manage the other.

Syrian president Bashar Assad was not the only person questioning the reality of news stories emerging from Syria.

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The boy in the back of the van narrative came in for examination, again, not by the mainstream, but by independent journalists wanting to know if the photos were staged in order to win public sympathy. The public, it seems, are not totally heartless when it comes to children’s suffering, which touches us even more deeply than that of adults, perhaps because of the responsibility adults have of protecting children from harm. Few ever got to hear about the Nayirah al-Sabah testimony, or rather the retraction of the story which was run prominently in the mainstream news media, but you can read about how fake the testimony turned out to be in a variety of so-called ‘fake’ news media. With the growth of alternative media, and the financial, and resulting ideological independence of these outlets from mainstream influences, it is no surprise that so many people are now questioning so much of the truth as we have been given it by the media to date.

An independent reporter on the ground, known as Syrian Girl, presents a theory on where the people used in the Syrian gas attack set-up came from.

One thing’s for sure, reality is very weird, and facts can be difficult to establish. Often the alternative media reflects this in ways that the mainstream just can’t manage to fit into a coherent narrative. Alt media loves the incoherence of it all, as it thrives on disassembling the narratives presented to the public. Sometimes this results in a disjointed genius, and we all know that truth is stranger than fiction. Just take the case of Nasim Aghdam, the YouTube shooter who was disgruntled about her YouTube channel being demonitised and decided to let YouTube know how she felt. A few of the strange events in the week that was are mixed in the clip from LTV shown below.

Syria update: From LTV’s show 4th May 2018

Masked Comedians Of Discordia and the QAnon Phenomenon

book coverBy now, if you are American, and spend a lot of time on the interwebs, you will be asking yourself, as I have, is the QAnon phenomenon (kindof rolls off the tongue nicely, that) a big spoof, a bit of light-hearted fnordic ludibrium with some unfortunate side-effects.
Fnordic humour is a big part of the Discordian outlook. Taking yourself, or the world around you too seriously would just kill the joke. The other thing is, not everyone gets to be in on the joke, some folks are busy being serious and don’t have time to joke around about reality, and that’s just fine. In fact, it often makes the joke even funnier for those in on it, as it did in the case of the Q phenomenon, for those who maintained that Q were a group of hackers LARPing about, at everyone else’s expense. When Donald Trump decided to do something very serious, on Friday 13th April, involving Syria, a disputed chemical attack, and a bombing mission, the joke turned very sour, as his most loyal supporters, dubbed the ‘deplorables‘ by his election opponent Hillary Clinton, reeled in shock from the departure from the promises he had made in campaigns. They were no longer in the mood for the triumphalist joking about that gave birth to some truly epic memes such as Pepe the Frog.

Not all Discordians have a sense of humour unfortunately. There are some people who are right full of themselves there, as there are in all organisations, no matter how loosely organised they say their structure is. Take Cramer Florian, for example, who got quite irate over a PewDiePie video that was posted on the Discordian ‘Neoists‘ page on Facebook.

His anger seemed a bit over the top, until he admitted that himself and many of his pals are affiliated with the Antifa political organisation, which has recently been designated an internal terrorist group by the US government, after a series of particularly violent clashes with ‘alt-right‘ groups at protests. Eric Clanton, anyone? Mr. college professor, Don-a-balaclava then attack people with a bike lock in order to fight to make social conditions better for the proletariat.

Or ‘Moldy-locks, Antifa’s pin-up gal, who thought she could throw Molotov cocktails with the best of them, until someone shut her down with a swift punch to the forehead, proving that it is not always wrong to hit a girl. In fact, I have to admit, I laughed a little.

 

Other posts featuring angry people over here, and here.
Other posts on Discordians over here. and here.

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Q – The Big Finish

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Crossing the Delaware Demotivation

The Q phenomenon is quite a thing in the US. Outside of there, not so much. Ireland’s RTE Radio 1 Sean O’ Rourke radio show managed to discuss a new book about the Alt-Right by Mike Wendling,  ‘From 4Chan to the White House‘, without once mentioning Q. Which was strange, given how crazy ‘The Storm’ has gotten over there. I don’t know if you will all be able to hear this radio show without having to fiddle about with the links on the webpage a bit to get options for your country, but here goes the link anyway:

http://www.rte.ie/radio1/today-with-sean-o-rourke/programmes/2018/0405/952351-today-with-sean-o-rourke-thursday-5-april-2018/#102775325

They also discuss the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica story, for the three people in Ireland who don’t know about it yet.

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Here’s another radio show, this time the Zero Books Podcast, which gives an insight into how Irish journalists perceive US politics. Anna Neagle writes for one of the National Newspapers, The Irish Times. Her interview starts at around 11 minutes in. I’m not saying I agree with her, as I haven’t even heard it yet. But I know people love de bitta de Irish brogue, so dey do, so I included it here.

http://zero-books.net/blogs/zero/zero-squared-90-from-4chan-to-the-white-house/

Now this idiot here (the one on the right; we know Hillary is on the left)…….

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…….I am pretty much guaranteed NEVER to agree with. I can’t stand even the sight of his ugly little mush, so I can’t, not at all, at all. An’ dat’s a fact. He is a total mouthpiece of the state, and hasn’t an original idea in his head, that he thought up without first considering the size of the paypacket that would result from holding that view. He absolutely loves Hillary Clinton, and recently got an opportunity to metaphorically kiss her powder blue behind. He took loads of photos of it to put in an album to give to his mam, so he did. Brace yourselves for incoming sh*te. This guy is so stupid he doesn’t realize he’s insulting her to breaking point. You’re a granny, love. Get your rocking chair out.

Jaazus. I’d love to do the Graham Norton ting with the two o’ dem, on the big red chair, where he just pulls the ejection lever when their story gets boring. Neither of them would last a second, and they are both so horrid that I would enjoy de laugh when dey fly backwards and de knickers show, like Mrs. Brown.

I can’t guess where all this right-left polarization will end. Not to mention all the shades of grey in between. It’s all a mess, but there are a few who reckon they’ve got a few answers to the mysteries, and have worked out their own answers to the riddle, like Denise from Natural Orchid Crafts. Let her break it down for you. Her latest theory is that it’s left, right, and Alex Jones the figurehead, directing the action.

So glad I could do what little I was able to in clarifying the mystery for you. Now back to my book. Can’t wait to see how it ends.

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Who is Luther Blissett?

More reading, if you fancy it: On the Q Phenomenon, and on Anonymous from whose ranks Q may (or may not) originate.

Update: View my latest shocking Q Confessions over here!