The Q Diss-Info Wars

Well, seems Q isn’t going away, as some folks on our end of the Tubes would wish. Despite the best attempts of folks like Alex Jones and Jerome Corsi, Q is still posting, and the campaign to destroy the legitimacy of Q and the QAnon army of supporters, by a variety of disinfomation drops down the tubes (as well as other mainstream media sources, increasingly, as the movement gathers more momentum than ever) has, to the amusement of many of those who consider themselves the real MAGA base,  backfired, and resulted in many of the agents of chaos departing, instead of Q being the one to go. Alex Jones and Corsi who both insisted that the Q posts had been compromised, were to become more than a little compromised themselves, with Jones bumped off his InfoWars channel completely, and Corsi, it seems,now about to be bounced away to jail, still holding out the donation bucket on the way. Their spiel didn’t wash, and although they were believed by many, for long enough to benefit career wise and financially from the sensationalism they were selling in order to undermine the movement while elevating their own importance, while flogging their merchandise, their stars dimmed with their credibility, as the movement continued to attract new followers, and grow in strength.

There are still plenty of detractors around, however, who continue to diss Q and the Anons, calling them the kinds of names which could be more appropriately applied to themselves, profiteers and disinfo agents, spreaders of division and confusion. Most of these folks hold out one hand for donations, while jeering  people who care about their country deeply, and want the world to become a better place, through their honest efforts. These characters find many weird and wacky ways to keep up with the Jones’s, and spread the dirt about Q, hoping to turn it into gold (some of the stranger examples provided later).
Dissenting voices, comments which don’t match those of the herd, or awkward questions  often get blocked entirely, with the convenient label of troll attached publicly after the poster has attempted to bring up a point which doesn’t fit the propaganda narrative the channel wants to push, so that nobody may have access to the wider debate, and free speech. This often leads to self-destruction, as proponents of the idea that truth always prevails in the end would argue. In my opinion, it certainly leads to the kinds of odd behaviours we’ve seen on a variety of channels on our end of YouTube, the so-called-Truth Community,  over the last year, and with self deceit and deception of others comes a form of madness, as one’s interior moral compass begins to implode, and the surreal workings of the chaotic unconscious surface more, with rationality and a  logical approach to topics dispensed with in favour of high drama and entertainment. You are cordially invited to look at some of these disinfo content creators’ creative efforts in a video which will be posted later on my teeny tiny channel, and tell me what you think of their efforts to thwart the best efforts of the QAnons to help Potus change the world for the better. My video efforts may be poor, but I’ll blow my likkle bugle for what I see a cause worth trumpeting. If this kid can do it, despite the attempts to shut him down and silence his right to free speech, the least I can do is to stand up and be counted too. Here’s a personal invite to see my small stand to take back the tubes from those who want to continue to undermine the Patriot movement, by shutting down dialogue and spreading disinfo. All welcome to join in the discourse.

 

This poster on Twitter has a sentiment I agree with. Sometimes difficult things have to be pointed out, but we must speak up for what we believe in, especially in difficult times. Sometimes, in the midst of  chaos and madness, greed and deceit, speaking out for what you believe is the truth is the right thing to do. Speak up for your truth bravely, and keep standing your ground. You may only get one chance to build a better world. Take it, while you still have the chance. Here’s the finished mash-up vid of some of those nutty anti-Q folks.

I feel I should include for your consideration here, some much better channels you could be watching, often saved in my favourites playlists, include the following one, which give you real Q information, and which tend not to think it’s so much about the clicks and donations as looking at the Q drops. These are channels which  encourage viewers to participate, and  to do their own research, where commenters are listened to,  instead of led like docile cows by the nose into the disinfo pen of their channels, and paraded around the small circle of their friend’s channels , where the same line of disinfo is trotted out, and where no truth may enter. These channels are a few of my own favourites, and of course every QArmy footsoldier has their own favourite content creators. The journey is your own, but pick your fellow travelers wisely, and do your own research, as some of them may well be wolves in sheep’s clothing.
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Citizens Investigative Report
Destroying the Illusion

Link to previous Q post:My Q Confessions
The latest Discordian LARPs update: Discordians claiming to be Q, Cicada, and whatever else is trending. Real info, or deliberate disinfo?

Defang-gone

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So the channel once known as Defango, then morphing into the cola-light version called MortDefango for livestreams, has finally reached the end-point of becoming defunct-o. This dramatic livestream was broadcast on YouTube a few days ago, and Defango announced that his livestreaming privilages, which were such an integral part of his channel’s content, were being revoked, and this was to be his last ever livestream.

This bombshell came after weeks of trouble over the Q thing, which culminated in the ‘exposure’ of the Cicada puzzle makers and the Q team on Defango’s, among others’ channels.

Defango revealed to his fascinated subscribers that he would be revealing all, and was expecting to be taking a lot of flack for it, but that he didn’t like the direction the whole thing had gone in, when it was meant to be a consciousness-raising exercise for the YouTube Truthers.

We don’t all have a 140 IQ, like Defango, but presumably the Plebians could do with being enlightened a little, and the way to do that included being a bit creative with the truth it seems.

So what about all those times we sat with Defango, while he solved Cicada clues, puffing away on his vaper like the caterpillar in Alice in Wonderland, chugging back his giant slurpies and assuring us that his puzzle-solving skillz were the best out there ‘cos 140 guys, OK? Did he have the slight advantage of being quick at solving them because he helped write them, as he later admitted in his videos?

Oh well, Cicada wasn’t a big waste of time, in lots of people’s minds. I liked watching the solving videos for the techie stuff, as Defango used some apps I wasn’t even aware were out there, and certainly had never used myself. It had some cool graphics too, and lots of esoteric references done in a visual way, that were interesting.

The puzzles were filled with lots of biblical ramblings, which didn’t appeal much to me, but there was something for everyone, including fortune-cookie readings a la I Ching daily horoscopes from Mystic D for the new-agers, as well as stuff aimed at the teenagers gaming in the basement for hours on end, with tedious semi-chivalric Assassins-Creed references, to glass-bead game level philosophical navel-gazings. It was a soup-kitchen of sorts for the soul, with all welcome.

When Q blew up in people’s faces, with the identity of the Q person or persons still not definitely established, the word LARP came up more and more regularly, and the conversation naturally started turning to debates over who were the biggest larpers in this corner of YouTube. Names like our old friend Denise‘s came up, as well as Jerome Corsi, Montagraph and others that had been around the block enough times, or have enough experience to know how to organise a good larp, but of course many ages and at least a few different skill sets were made use of in the effort to market the Q larp as a popular thing with various demographic groups.

Awww, don’t blame it all on the oldies Chinada; some of us aren’t ready to consign them to their mobility scooters for the rest of their days yet. I love seeing them on YouTube, although perhaps some of them, as can also be the case with younger people, are a bit too smart for their own good, and end up tying themselves in knots. Correct me if I am wrong, but some of your video comments suggest that you are not above forming alliances with some of the oldies yourself, even if you don’t always want to admit it. These comments from two of your video channels strike me as a bit of a reality mis-match, date wise, since two weeks after Denise Matteau was Emailing you (Truth Convoy commenter), you were saying you didn’t know the lady, and now you are sticking up for her like a hero, defending her against those nasty trolls. LARP, anyone? This logical lad argues that if someone has trolls, they must be OK. You see, this younger generation really leave the oldies in the shade when it comes to the thinking department. No wonder Denise wanted to befriend him.ChinadaDeniseCommentsEdited

Many believe in the idea of cosmic Karma, which I get, but I tend to think of it more as a lying is not such a good idea kind of situation. Poor Denise is having a horrible time at the moment, partly perhaps, because people object to the level of creativity with the truth that her various channels engaged in. How ironic that the truth movement keeps having these issues with the truth constantly.

I dare say Defango is still feeling a little misty-eyed over the whole YouTube livestreaming thing, and the trouble that the Cicada puzzle and Q caused, but he’ll get over it. In fact, he probably has already, since he has miraculously regained his ability to stream on YouTube. Must be the power of prayer. At least someone is still in his corner.

Depression is no joke. The challenge is to not lose faith in yourself, or in others. As REM say, ‘life is bigger, it’s bigger than you’. That’s a thought that cheers me, and you have your religion Defango, so don’t lose that, if it’s what gets you through. With me it’s just life, and people, and yet, even the hurt is a part of what makes life wonderful.

Everybody hurts, some just have more trouble in their minds than others, and think everything is turning to rot in their hands, when it’s just the usual little  bits of poo that life tends to fling your way from time to time.

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That Special Twitter Moment we shared gave me such a glow

Seems Jethro’s apology has disappeared from our ‘special moment together’ tweet, so the tweets look a bit strange and one-sided. Like Defango, s/he has said nasty things to me, then blocked me. My apology still stands of course, I don’t regret sympathising with someone, nor do I regret being human enough to feel angry when they throw my sympathy back in my face. Being nice doesn’t have to include being a doormat, or not telling someone when their behaviour is crossing your boundaries.

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My tweets that earned such displeasure.

(Defango’s shit-eating reply tweet, like Jethro’s, was deleted)

Defango has a long way to go in the trolling department, if he wants to keep up with the oldies, however. They have been at it so much longer. Here’s a Denise Facebook post from 2016, where she is trolling an abuse survivor, who then points out the phenomenon I’ve observed, and call the reverse-troll maneuver; blame others for trolling you, while being the biggest troll out there. She will always be the queen of trolls in my eyes. First, one of her current comments, from a Chinada3 video.

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Denise’s comment about me, the ‘troll-queen’, in a Chinada video. See this post to find out who Neon Flux is.
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search #TheWhiteGoddess  on Twitter to see my tweets

Is it terrible of me that I’m kind of flattered? A Deprogrammed Mind wasn’t so flattered by this comment:

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Denise’s comment to an abuse survivor on Facebook

Chinada is now criticizing myself, Wynter Moon and Aaron Cross, for standing up for ourselves against Denise and her trolls. Oh well, if you don’t do the research, and jump to conclusions, it’s easy to fall for the ploy. And Denise is so good at organising chaos.

Updates: Bet you’re dying to know what’s happening with Defango and Denise since the events discussed above, like what Denise’s current version of her ever-changing and evolving stalker conspiracy theory is, or what steps Defango took to restore his loving giant reputation.

As for Defango, he was last seen licking Montagraph’s boots (metaphorically) in apology for their falling-outs, and writing Emails to both Monty, and Dave Acton, the YouTube legal eagle-eye (‘Hi, it’s Dave’), to get his help on the legal whatnots needed to extricate himself from a delicate situation.

Defango’s Apology Letter to Montagraph.

Denise is currently singing Chinada3’s praises, but who knows how long he will remain in the top spot as her Golden Boy and all round knight-in-shining-armour? Time will tell, and it probably won’t be long before the next round of drama hits the YouTube fan. Click the text link to read more on the latest Denise items of interest here. Sorry to go on endlessly in this post, but that’s the YouTube drama department for you. And the truth can be pretty dramatic sometimes, you have to admit. Thank goodness there are Exit and Shut down buttons for when you need them, as well as a Startup when life gets dull!

A Change of Heart

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A recent car ad on TV made me think. It was meant to do that, apparently. An actress, sitting in a Hyundai car advises us  that ‘change is good’, as her hairstyles and make-up cycle through various changes.

 

This is good, we are supposed to think. That woman looks good with lots of different looks. In case we don’t already know,  she tells us she is an actress, and  this sort of change is good for her. I don’t think she’s a method actress, ‘cos one review she got for her role in the film Hitman: Agent 47 described her as ‘dull and unconvincing’. To be fair, the whole film might have been like that. Change must be doing her good in some other way, then. People are invited to offer their thoughts on #changeisgood on Twitter. So why do they think change is good?

twitter commentsReally? I feel a whole other post is called for here. Let’s play ourselves out with a tune.

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