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.

 

Q Sent Us
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.

 

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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