Who is 'Q'? Part Five: Where Did You Go? It Was Just Getting Good!

April 26, 2022 | Chris Paul on SubStack

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The media helped create this hatred and oppression, and they got paid to it. Those “journalists”, who prefer having a blue checkmark to telling the truth, gleefully set about morally and intellectually justifying a movement designed to create bigotry on behalf of the most powerful people in the world and their agenda. These “journalists” do not understand that, in the days ahead, people will not look fondly on those who lied to them for profit and acclaim. They are still churning out new versions of their one QAnon article every time they want to make an idea dangerous to people who find ideas dangerous. They show no signs of stopping, despite the fact that Q stopped posting on December 8th 2020. Q disappeared, and yet “QAnon” is everywhere:

ABC News - Twitter - 3.12.22

Headlines from week ending 3.12.2022 - Google’s top “QAnon” stories.

CNN calls the Ukrainian biolab “theory” a “false conspiracy theory”. Has CNN accepted there are true conspiracy theories?


As for the conspiracy theory itself - that researchers in Ukraine were working on weaponizing “high-threat pathogens” in US-funded labs near the Russia border - most of the key elements of the theory are already proven true, by the deniers’ own admission. Russia and QAnons do not conveniently share the same “false conspiracy theory”. Brazil, India, and China also formally called for investigations before the UN Security Council. Are they QAnons, or Russian propagandists? It’s getting hard to tell.


How do distinct parties with different (and often conflicting) priorities, all agree to believe the same “false conspiracy theories” without any coordination? It hardly seems possible. On the other hand, the media and tech companies in America (and globally) are owned by people who are publicly known, and proudly acknowledged, to be coordinating on projects to change the world in every way they can imagine. The Trusted News Initiative is one of these and the World Economic Forum is another.


It’s not a conspiracy theory that these organizations work in partnership toward a common messaging goal - it’s one of the primary reasons they exist! If there was a coordinated effort to present a false narrative to the world, would it be more likely among distinct groups with different priorities, or the organizations that coordinate what they do to achieve common goals?


The answer is obvious, but the media exists to convince us the opposite is true. Their goal is to convince everyone that the coordinated lies are not only true, but better for us. The only truth we can extract from the propaganda is that the propagandists are honestly telling us what they want us to believe.


From this, we can know what the coordinated organizations don’t want us to believe. Propaganda campaigns don’t only reward belief in the right things, they punish belief in the wrong things. They stigmatize everything that challenges the propaganda and they impose social, economic, and interpersonal costs on the failure to comply with the new boundaries.


There is nothing the media has stigmatized more than the mythical “QAnon”, and there is a reason for that. There is a reason they’ve continued, and even broadened, that stigmatization in the fourteen months since Q disappeared, with no promise of a return. Calling things “QAnon” has become its own stigmatization, as it deters people who’ve spent years thinking “QAnon is crazy” from considering any idea deemed “QAnon” by the same people who lie constantly, about everything, in the media.


In light of this obsession, one would think that the return of Q would be a massive story. “QAnon Goes Further Down the Rabbit Hole, Thinking Savior Has Returned”. Isn’t that what they would tell us?


Q may well have returned on the social media app that President Donald Trump spearheaded, but the media has remained silent… for weeks now.


Has Q returned? It’s a good question.


An account appeared on Truth Social with the handle “@q” on February 9th 2022, prior to the creation of the accounts of President Donald Trump and Truth Social CEO, Devin Nunes a day later.

Is there some way this could’ve been a mistake? Did some random hacker, attempting to “psyop” Trump supporters, rush through the gates and secure their account before the President of the United States (who, in some way, owns the platform) and the CEO of Truth Social secured theirs? There’s no reason to believe this, or even think it possible.


This was the first post by @q:

Upon witnessing it, you will immediately recognize how dangerous it is. The Olympics? 2026?


Chernobyl? What does it all mean? If you don’t immediately understand, it’s because it’s too “crazy” and “conspiratorial” for anyone to understand, isn’t it? Those nutty QAnons. This post came two weeks before Chernobyl was captured by Vladimir Putin, who is now, himself, a filthy QAnon. But that’s probably a coincidence, unrelated.


On February 23rd, Devin Nunes himself essentially announced @q’s presence on Truth Social with this post:

Cryptic, isn’t it? Before joining Truth Social, Devin Nunes was a Republican Congressman and Chair of the House Intelligence Committee. With Kash Patel and others, he brought the truth of the “Russian collusion” hoax to the American public.


His post immediately caught the attention of the small community who had early access to Truth Social, and spread to other platforms. Was the CEO of President Trump’s social media platform really directing attention to “QAnon”, the most dangerous conspiracy theory in the history of the world?


Maybe he was just asking the Truth Social tech team for the identity of Q in public rather than simply emailing them. That’s probably it.


That post sparked some interest, but it was too sudden, too strange. It can’t be Q, can it?


People began paying more attention to @q on February 24th. Coincidentally, this is the day Putin launched his “special military operation”, the goal of which was one of these:

  • · Lay waste to Ukraine, destroy the Ukrainian people, and reunite the Soviet Union before deciding to take over half of Europe and start World War III or

  • · Demilitarize an ostensibly neutral “buffer” country along Russia’s border, eliminate the Nazi element in Ukraine, neutralize US/globalist-funded bioweapons labs in the corrupt, global communist proxy-state, and decouple from the Central Banks

The first idea relies on assigned hatred and emotional engagement for agreement and belief. The second idea is a list of wholly rational priorities backed by extensive real-world evidence.


The mainstream media began a 24/7 effort to protect the corrupt proxy state and the comedic actor leading it.


The same day, former Chief of Staff to the Acting Secretary of Defense at the end of President Trump’s term, Kash Patel, had himself a beer with “Little Q”. Little Q, adorned in a very comfy flannel, confirmed that he (or she/they/zhem) was, in fact, having a beer with Kash Patel.

Soon after, to quell the rampant speculation of the deranged QAnons, they said the interactions between the higher-ups at Truth Social - believed to be not only in Trump’s inner circle, but potentially related to the Q information phenomenon - and the @q account, were just for fun. They were merely trolling the mainstream media.


“Attempts to Troll Media by Sending QAnon Followers Into Frenzy With Q’s Return” was not a headline that appeared anywhere in the media. Perhaps those genius bloggers who’d spent time on the theory that JFK Jr. was returning any minute (a claim explicitly denied by Q) were too savvy to fall for such a blatant attempt to confuse them.

Strange, isn’t it, that the media pretends “QAnon” believes this, even though Q denies it?

Strange, isn’t it, that the media pretends “QAnon” believes this, even though Q denies it?


There’s been no shortage of articles covering Truth Social. The mainstream media points out that the app is only running on iPhones and hasn’t come online for Android users yet. They point out that the app isn’t available abroad and that a relatively small numbers of users have been able to make it through the onboarding process to access the app. The media ignores that hundreds of thousands of people, perhaps millions, remain on the waitlist, nor do they explain why access is limited.


The media consistently reports on every drop in the stock price of Digital World Acquisition Corp as proof that the app is a failure, and they have been for months.

This headline has proven false, and wasn’t true at the time it was written. The app was delivered to a limited audience on the pre-order date shown for months in Apple’s App Store. The public communications were that Truth Social would be out in Q1.


Twitter, Facebook, and Google all dealing with class action lawsuits by Donald Trump on behalf of the American people’s First Amendment. Public proof is emerging of Big Tech’s involvement in various crimes against humanity - facilitating biowarfare, election theft, the overthrow of legitimate governments, censorship, aid in human trafficking, child and sex trafficking, drug trafficking, etc… A platform wholly separate from big tech that is functional, stable, and allows free political speech, while avoiding actively trying to destroy its own product consumers, is a solid bet in the markets and otherwise. Even if the app was delayed, and it was not, the appetite for the app is growing, not shrinking. This is obviously fake news and it is targeted.

Since the app’s launch, media coverage has consistently tried to destroy the Truth Social brand before it reaches critical mass. There is zero chance the media accomplishes this. They have lost all credibility. Everyone on Truth Social, and the millions of people on the waiting list, understand that the onboarding of new users will be happening gradually, and for good reason. The Truth Social team hopes to keep the app free from ‘bots’.


Very few Americans understand that the massive follower numbers on the legacy social media platforms (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube) are inflated by bots and manipulated by algorithms, as are ‘likes’ and engagement. Many of the comments on posts are simply fake. Bots exist to change people’s perception of the information they’re consuming. Knowing the platforms have this capacity and use it to achieve political ends, why should any of what is shown be believed?


YouTube was forced to remove the thumbs-down icon for a reason.


Side note: Before Spotify’s ‘Anchor’ podcast platform took my podcast down without warning, I discovered through sheer chance that the number of ‘plays’ of each episode were being assigned by algorithm. ‘Play count’ is the factor that determines a podcast’s payout. Should we expect that parent-company, Spotify, does any differently for the great musicians on their platforms? Artists are being swindled. The price quotes for Instagram influencers are determined by follower numbers and engagement. People pay to game these systems.


There is simply no reason to trust any of it. How much of what is currently happening in our world is a direct result of similarly blatant fraud? The algorithms tell us what’s okay to believe by showing us everyone else believes it. What would people feel free to believe and express if they hadn’t been convinced of their status as a tiny minority who must be evil or crazy for not supporting the new thing?


People have believed they were experiencing a genuine, human interaction through their phones that would reflect the real world, if only everyone crossed paths. That is a myth, and people are coming to understand that. While the reality of that interaction doesn’t exist, the possibility of it does.

People long for that possibility in a world that seems impossible to understand. The technology that could enable that transmission of information, that bond, has been used to eliminate it by people whose goal is the absolute control of everything. That’s not the fault of the technology, it’s the fault of corporate CEOs, governments, and the military-industrial complex that has (in part) built these platforms. At the very least, they have weaponized this information technology against the American people. This is not a conspiracy theory.


Legacy social media platforms are demoralization machines. The algorithms have a better psychological and behavioral profile of you than you have of yourself. They can easily manipulate your mood throughout the day. They can make you feel wrong about everything you see, think, and believe. They choose who will see your content and they choose whose content you will see.


Disagree with the new thing? They’ll feed counter-content until you believe that everyone else agrees with the new thing, leaving you as the outcast. Thankfully, the effect has largely worn off and people are not only deleting their profiles, but unlearning the behaviors that maintained their addiction.


The media has an endless appetite for blaming things on ‘QAnon’ and for trying to destroy Truth Social’s brand. They have done the same with other platforms, even going so far as to justify the complete takedown of Parler by Amazon Web Services, by saying it was necessary to deal with “The Insurrection”. One would think being able to brand Truth Social as “the platform of QAnon” would be a perfect marriage of two of their primary false narratives. And the return of Q? Think of the clicks!


While the media remains silent, @q has been quite active. Aside from Nunes and Patel, the Truth Social team interacts with @q as well. There have been memes, riddles, messages in Morse code, and strange “ReTruths” of influencers, but mostly memes. Like this one:

What an odd meme! What could it even mean? Well, part of it is another meme, so referential humor triggers immediately. The head is an emu, a flightless bird found in Australia. Russia invading Ukraine, yes, everyone knows that. China sending aircraft to Taiwan? What’s that all about? Well, who knows? But this happened in January and this happened more recently. People who pay attention to what’s happening in the world are already aware of this. If not, they would become curious enough to open an uncensored search engine and simply find out for themselves. So what about Australia?


Well, the illegitimate administration just decided to send thousands of American soldiers to Australia, but that’s probably not it.


I didn’t learn about any of the above incidents from the @q post, and I doubt @q even made the meme, though I don’t know. I learned about those incidents because they are extremely relevant in the world events that actually shape our lives - the events the media either lies about constantly or refuses to report altogether. The information ecosystem beyond legacy media and big tech exists to inform people about these sorts of events, because they matter.


We have been monitoring the China/Taiwan situation for months or years. Most Biden voters won’t know anything about China and Taiwan for another few weeks or few months. They will be told what to think by powerful and popular people who exist only to exploit them. They will believe what they’re told because they have no frame of reference and they will not be exposed to any contradictory opinions. They will be shown friends and family members on social media (but mostly strangers or bots or celebrities) who agree with them, to reassure them. It would only make sense to agree with their peers, so they will, and only for reasons that have nothing to do with the thing itself, nor whether they actually agree.


Sometimes Little Q gets more serious. Here @q is using whatever influence @q has to help the computer repairman whose life the American Deep State attempted to destroy.

After trying to contact Hunter Biden multiple times to remind him to get his laptop, John Paul Mac Isaac called law enforcement. He did exactly what any good citizen would have and should have done, and for doing so, his life was destroyed. Why? To cover up vast stores of evidence of the rampant corruption and criminality of the Biden family in Russia, Ukraine, China, and perhaps even Antarctica. Evidence of corruption and criminality implicating high-level members of numerous world governments is all over the hard drive. Evidence of dealings with Ukranian energy companies and Chinese Communist Party “businessmen”. Cryptic text messages from Hunter, worried that his brother Beau’s widow (with whom Hunter formed an open sexual relationship) would believe rumors she’d heard that Hunter was responsible for burning children alive in Donetsk. Did he do that? I don’t know. But Hunter worried that the woman he shared with his brother thought so. It’s on the laptop.


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Who is 'Q'? Part Four: Tusted Voices, Authoritative Sources

April 20, 2022 | Chris Paul on SubStack

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Fake and corrupt Experts are not the only pollution in the mainstream information environment. Pop-culture-politics addicts get their intellectual confidence from the constant reassurance of being shown that the opinions of celebrities (and other important people) mirror their own views. There may be nothing that the sleepwalkers now “standing with” Ukrainian neo-Nazis enjoy more than feeling like they’re close to famous and powerful people.

People display their celebrity worship on social media. They attempt to interact with celebrity accounts, hoping to get the celebrity’s attention. They’re unaware many, if not most, prominent social media celebrities pay more per month than the average American monthly income to have professionals interact with their fans so they don’t have to do it themselves. Professional photographers are hired to capture their content. Captions are written for them in their voice. The platforms tell them what sort of posts they will be boosting, encouraging participation and incentivizing conformity. I spent almost 20 years in Hollywood. I know these people well. There are essentially only two kinds of political celebrities - closeted Trump supporters and people who don’t know a single true thing about politics, world events, history, philosophy, math, logic, statistics, or any of the other subjects they would have to understand to substantiate any of the things they say. They think being smart is reading Yuval Noah Harari books. I know a handful of closeted celebrity Trump supporters, to be sure. I know hundreds in the second category. In the past two years they shed family and friends who disagreed with them, because their public image couldn’t stand the association. They are surrounded with people who will agree with everything they say. Are they happy? No, but they look happy on Instagram, and no matter what, at least (for now) they’re rich.


The filthy QAnons must get their opinions from those scant few celebrities who don’t repeat the slogans, right? Or do those few smart celebrities get their slogans downstream from the QAnons? It’s hard to tell.


Jennifer Aniston is a “cool”, “smart”, “funny” actress whose career consisted of being pretty while reading sitcom dialogue and marrying famous men. She gets paid taxpayer money to repeat the Slogans as a political influencer online.


Rob Schneider is an actual funny and smart person who is open-minded enough to read and moral enough to discern truth. He states his own opinions on social media at great personal cost to himself.


Which one is considered an authoritative™ source of proper political opinions? Neither of them should be, nor should anyone else! With the help of massive PR campaigns, one of them is. How would her fans feel if they knew she was paid money from the covid relief package to amplify the message of those strongly in favor of never-ending covid? Perhaps I’m wrong. People who are still Jennifer Aniston fans clearly would not care and the ones who would will never find out.


Anons are the opposite of celebrities. Anonymity will do that. They’re doing historical investigative journalism on the most interesting and important stories in world history and analyzing current events as a community. They care solely for improving cultural understanding about all those things our culture hides from our view. It may be impossible to understand for people who still find self-worth in likes and comments from strangers, but Anons do what they do because they find value and fulfillment in the work, selflessly and without material reward.


Those awful QAnons also include an absolutely disproportionate number of American veterans who’ve already pledged their lives to upholding the American Constitution. They are mocked by Elites™ because, to them, upholding the American Constitution is an antiquated notion that was held when people were so ignorant, they didn’t even spend their days staring at screens. The Elites and people like them would prefer to eliminate the Constitution, rewrite all history in their image, and then follow whatever the Experts say for the rest of their lives. Because they will occasionally be able to go on vacation, they will consider themselves free.


How must these conspiracy-theorist veterans who’ve seen combat feel when going to head-to-head with a Vassar gender studies major in information combat discussing, for instance, the actual history of Ukraine or the risks of a no-fly zone? #wemustclosethesky


Perhaps the preposterous mismatch in functional intelligence within applicable fields of knowledge is what produces utter dominance on the meme battlefield. It’s impossible to make truly informed people laugh at a joke that relies on something false for its humor. Memes from the mainstream get destroyed because they’re false. The more viral the false content goes, the more the person who posted it will be exposed as ignorant.


How can an information war be won without humor? Where can humor be found for people who don’t know anything true?


What good is attention when the more of it you get, the dumber you look? We could ask Chrissy Tiegen this question, but she virally displayed her malice and ignorance so often, she finally deleted Twitter to escape the consequences of her being herself online. But hey, she’s rich and famous, and that’s as good as life can get.


There is no “QAnon conspiracy theory”. There is only information and the vast array of conclusions people draw from the information. Two years ago, no one in the mainstream thought we’d be coerced into being injected with an experimental technology for a disease with a fatality rate of an average flu. Everyone outside the mainstream already knew. Foresight actually does matter when facing the most important decisions in one’s life. The people utilizing that foresight were called crazy.


For being correct too early.


No one should be called crazy for thinking that children are trafficked in underground tunnels when we know child trafficking exists and we know tunnels exist and are used to traffic drugs, and potentially, other things. It’s certainly not as crazy as believing that the way to solve racism is by making everything in life about race.


Anons are not seeking anything but a mass cultural awakening to the dark truths in this world that people with weak character dare not know. These dark truths run our lives, distance our families, prevent our success, rob us of the benefits of our work, suppress our freedom of speech, degrade our religions and beliefs, and deny our right to seek accountability.


The awakening is crucial, because concentration camps exist in a country who has compromised the man pretending to be our president. Because there is a slave trade on our southern border.


Because children are trafficked to pleasure and compromise those in power. Because there are people who actually do know how JFK was assassinated, but you’re not allowed to be one of them.


Because our country is being subsumed by a global world order that requires vaccine passports, environmental impact and social credit scores, and global digital currency. Because people think none of this will ever affect them.


Those people who have not yet been affected - by the two greatest concurrent crises of their lives - are begging for World War III on foreign soil to prove they were right about everything along. They do this while denying the possibility of biological weapons in facilities the WHO admits deal with“high-threat pathogens” and throwing their support on the side of actual Nazis. But QAnon is the problem?


History will remember Anons as among the best and brightest America has to offer. Most of them will not get or seek personal credit. But they will have played an important role in saving our country, and perhaps the world, by taking part, and in many ways leading, this awakening. History will remember the people who tried to learn from Anons and from the Q community as open-minded citizens who cared about their families, friends, and neighbors enough to help preserve our great country.


That these people have been denigrated by our soulless and corrupt mainstream culture is a gross insult to good people. That they are accused of crimes for daring to voice their points of view is a moral tragedy. That they are a daily target of Two Minutes Hate is a mistake the people making it will not easily reconcile.


These people deserve far better treatment than what they’ve received from this culture. It smirks as it violates their birthrights of freedom and personhood, mere speed bumps on the road to relaxing forever in the metaverse.


It’s an awful shame that the media has published their one QAnon article thousands of times, making only slight variations, but have never properly introduced the world to these people, choosing instead to focus on fringe characters and beliefs in order to find a target for hatred so amorphous that it can be used as a scapegoat for absolutely anything and everything.


We used to understand what it meant when a group of people had their rights and dignity stripped from them. We imagine this can only happen to minorities, but that’s wrong. With enough power and immorality, the minority can oppress the majority. We used to call it feudalism. Then it was rebranded and called communism, which is nothing more than feudalism with better marketing.


Now we call it the way things are and we say people wouldn’t be oppressed if they’d simply obey our Masters’™ orders.

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Who is 'Q'? Part Three: He's One of Them!

April 14, 2022 | Chris Paul on SubStack


A few months after first looking into Q, I was banned from Twitter and Instagram for posting conspiracy theories that are all now proven and accepted facts. None of what I was posting was related to Q in the slightest. I barely knew anything about Q. I knew what I believed from my own independent research and that’s what I posted.

All Q posts have to do is cause people to focus on relevant issues now. It could not be simpler.


People are smart. They’re especially smart when working in unison to gain the broadest understanding of any given issue. If you know where to look, there is news about reality from across the world, available in real-time, without the filters imposed on us by the censorship regime. The media only reports real events when they become some sort of problem, often weeks, months, or years later. People addicted to the Central Narrative are consistently weeks, months, or years behind reality about issues of critical importance. For the rest of us, observing reality while it happens is like traveling through a time machine, into the future, while Don Lemon’s audience exists stuck in a false past where everything is a lie about what you saw mommy and daddy doing. “I was just helping her look under the bed! You didn’t see what you saw! Never speak of this again!”


Would it have mattered if enough of society was engaged in observing reality when we were being sold two years of covid lockdowns and other unconstitutional violations of our civil rights? Would it have been good to be, let’s say, a year ahead of the mainstream media curve on vaccine safety before sticking it your kid? I’m not a parent, but I’m going to assume I know their thinking here. If they have not yet thought about it, can you call them parents?


I am not mad about being banned. It was my mistake for posting unauthorized information. Now, I understand that The Science™ has changed. The things I said were conspiracy theories at the time.


Since then, they’ve become true. My information was not true back when I said it, we’re told, although the information I shared has not changed. As the self-described genius, Scott Adams would say, I was right for the wrong reasons. (According to him - he was wrong for the right reasons).


Someday, I hope to hear how exactly The Science™ changed.


My departure from legacy social media opened a world of unencumbered conversation that I hadn’t experienced since studying philosophy in college. People would ask questions. Other people would chime in with what they know. People would tell me where to look for information or suggest looking into a connected issue that might spark my interest. If I was wrong about something, they’d explain what I was missing and provide evidence to support their point of view.


On Twitter, professional conspiracy theorists from prominent universities and media conglomerates manufacture and distribute the latest Slogans, none of which shall be challenged. They do this because they benefit from doing it. It serves a higher goal. A higher power, if you will.


On alternative platforms, it was the Wild, Wild West. Anything goes. It’s a different world without censorship. Yes, I had to look up what a glowie was. No, I couldn’t make someone stop saying unauthorized words by clicking ‘Report’.


Was I offended by hearing the no-no words? Sometimes, depending on how they were used. But not compared to being told I was a Nazi for wearing a red ballcap, without a mask on, while running in a public park by masked-up, rich, white ladies. Being told you’re a Nazi by the people who “elected” George Gascon and are currently supporting actual Nazis in Ukraine right now, that’s offensive. Likewise, the word planefag is certainly less offensive than the suggestion that the unvaccinated should be segregated from society.


Insane people, being supremely offensive in expressing their hatred of strangers based on their apparel, is a more dangerous trend than seeing no-no words online. I could be called any manner of -ist or -phobe for typing that, for even thinking it. I could immediately incur the wrath of hateful strangers for simply suggesting that a MAGA hat is not a hate symbol.


This isn’t a matter of degrees. The same people, knowing nothing about Ukraine, are “standing with” them, which necessitates them standing with George Soros - who helped pack the Nazi trains - and a legitimate, real-life, modern-day Nazi movement that simply is not a conspiracy theory. Our fellow citizens are literally declaring their allegiance with an actual Nazi movement and our corporations are promoting it. We are censored for pointing it out.


Those controlling things from the top have given themselves the power to censor all discussion that could cause them, or people like them, to feel like their ignorant and one-dimensional worldview, received and repeated, is wrong. What we’re left with is an acceptable range of viewpoints so small that nearly every member of society lives in permanent fear over which unwritten rule they might break around which person. Eventually, these people will begin practicing self-censorship because the trouble of telling the truth simply isn’t worth the blowback. This is now true about almost every subject that affects our lives.


The few open channels for free speech that remain have constantly been under attack. Users are tracked and harassed. Channels are subject to constant spam and bot attacks.


Q’s original posting location, 4chan (before 8chan and 8kun), was attacked relentlessly. 4chan users were called racist, white nationalist, terrorist killers who communicated mostly with intentionally misspelled words and extremely rare images of a very versatile cartoon frog. They used their own language and memes, not for keks, as they believed, but as secret code for their bigoted plotting of actual mass murders. If you were a real zany QAnon, you might realize the details of these crimes were murky and had all the makings of FBI-staged false-flag events. Similar to when the FBI staged the plot to “kidnap” Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. Twelve out of eighteen suspects were affiliated with law enforcement.


But that’s crazy. The FBI doesn’t stage false-flags or hate crimes, that’s Jussie Smollett. The FBI isn’t allowed to do that, because it’s evil. No one would be that evil, so it’s impossible for anyone to do it.


Therefore, it did not happen.


Why did the media attempt to destroy 4chan for years, even before Q? I don’t have to condone anyone’s behavior to be certain that any actual problem, if it existed, was being caused by a minute percentage of the people using 4chan. The only way to think otherwise is to intentionally misread what the anonymous users are doing. This is easier because we’ve broadened the definitions of what’s offensive to the point where everything becomes -ist or -phobic as long as an Expert can describe why the behavior is bad in a manner that stupid people will think is smart. We now have Experts on every behavior. They explain why certain behaviors are bad when done by certain people, and why those people are therefore bad.


It’s not hard to understand that a regime bent on full control of thought and speech would do everything it can to try to destroy any platform that guarantees free expression. They do this because the use of propaganda and the forbidding of speech are their most effective tools.


These tools are effective because the ideas supported by propaganda and censorship (two sides of the same coin) are so destructive, so depraved, and so anti-human that no sane person would ever vote for them on complete knowledge. If the ideas were popular and effective, there’d be no problem convincing sane, attentive people to go along. There would be no need to censor anyone if the ideas were appealing to a majority of people. Likewise, there would be no need to steal elections.


As someone who didn’t read a Q post until the second half of 2020, with only a few months of posts (which I paid very little attention to) before Q disappeared, I did not see the research operation in full swing, but much of it still exists and can be analyzed. It is probably the most massive research undertaking in the history of mankind. I’m not even sure that statement can be questioned. Vast libraries of knowledge, accessible to anyone with the curiosity and moral character to simply look.


There are very few subjects affecting today’s political landscape that haven’t been deeply researched by hundreds or thousands or millions of people in and around the Q information phenomenon.


Consider the accuracy and depth of knowledge this implies relative to, say, the New York Times editorial board. In 2020, this group of whiny, attention-obsessed, millennial bloggers got their editor fired for publishing a column by a sitting Senator. Those bloggers did that to hurt Trump by proxy, protect domestic terrorists, and make sure that those zany QAnons wouldn’t find out what the Insurrection Act is. It had the added bonus of keeping Times readers ignorant, as usual, preferring to obsess about ‘cancel culture’.


Trump supporters and people who pay attention to Q posts are portrayed as uneducated and unsophisticated. It’s assumed that they did not go to college, which is not remotely true. Many in the community are experts in their respective fields, participating in the project to share knowledge and consider new questions. People who spend hundreds or thousands of hours researching and considering complex topics have educated themselves far better than any four-year university possibly could. The depth of understanding is incomparable, and it’s absurd to argue otherwise.


Our culture worships college, but can’t describe the reason why. “Education is important!” Really? Then why are there so many thoroughly uneducated people with college degrees? They are simply indoctrinated in a false narrative about a false reality. There isn’t a justification for our cultural worship of degrees. It was just marketing, and we purchased our own indoctrination. It will allow us to ascend to a better class of people, we were told.


The cultural understanding says knowledge must be passed through the official filter of an authority.


This in an age when Gender Studies is considered a legitimate field. The degrees and credentials mean nothing if the people possessing them use them for status and protection. Credentials provide legitimacy to everything one might say, even if one is blatantly lying. The educated hold up their diplomas as shields of Expertise while supporting dishonest agendas. Who are you to question a

Doctor? Are you a biologist?


For instance: Al Sharpton is a race-grifter who, we’re told, should be taken seriously because he’s a Reverend. The CNN crisis actor and communist, Leana Wen is a Doctor. The criminal drug lord, Anthony Fauci, believes himself to be The Science™. Remove the credentials and call them what they are, see them as they are. There are smarter, more honest people in our society, many of whom have better credentials. Why does the television show us Sharpton, Wen, and Fauci instead?


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Who is 'Q'? Part Two: Who Could Believe Such a Thing?

April 12, 2022 | Chris Paul on SubStack


Not only is it important to marginalize and silence anyone who’s suspected of thinking like a QAnon, it’s important to let others know how important it is. It’s crucial. If we are to survive, it must be done.

The sooner QAnons are gone, the sooner we can get back to normal while making progress.


The media has made it their mission to lead the charge against QAnon by calling them out, again and again, for well over four years now. When something is called out by the media, people understand it is their duty to direct hate toward whatever has been called out. The calling out of QAnon has continued despite the fact that there has not been any Q-related happening of any sort since December 8th 2020.


The fact that I am able to discuss “QAnon” at this length without calling out QAnon surely must make me a dirty QAnon, whether I am or not. I do not identify as a ‘Q follower’, but that’s not for me to judge. That’s for the writers at Newsweek, and people who edit their selfies, to decide.


Because I have a set of rational, plausible, unauthorized beliefs about a wide range of subjects, I am a no-good, very-bad no-no person - a QAnon. That these beliefs are backed by far more evidence than the claim that masking up will help prevent the spread of an aerosolized viral bio-weapon is irrelevant to the people who thought mask-wearing was necessary for modeling good behavior.


As our betters, the very good people determined that regardless of whether or not masks worked (they don’t), they should be worn out of respect. Our betters demanded symbolic displays of respect, performed in public, in honor of their power. Rules don’t have to make sense, but they must be followed. Society’s least powerful and least fortunate - otherwise known as those most easily harmed by covid policies – were forced to cover their faces, despite the physical and psychological harms masks inflict, to show respect.


Someone has to show those QAnon nutjobs how they should act. It’s not a big deal.


Those who have been following Q posts since Q’s inception see me, I think, as an open-minded guy who wants to know what the Q phenomenon is all about. They know - and I know - that they know infinitely more about Q than I do. They had a three-year head start in their process of understanding one of the most confusing, complex, undefinable, and downright fascinating phenomena in the history of information. Truthfully, I’m a bit jealous of the fun they had.


To people who know the most about Q, I am not a Q follower. To the people who know virtually nothing about Q (and little more about what I think), I have become crazy and joined the cult of the no-no people. I am a conspiracy theorist. I am a QAnon. And for that, I must be destroyed.


I ignored Q from its inception. I hadn’t seen or read a post, certainly not in any serious way, until late summer of 2020. I became aware of Q through various news stories and podcasts, but it seemed far-out and silly, exactly as it was framed to seem. I saw a weirdo with a sign at a Trump speech, or something. I saw their crazy “WWG1WGA” in their Twitter profiles - Where We Go One, We Go All.


They’re trying to pretend they’re looking out for one another for the betterment of humanity. Like they’re all in it together, as a country. Truly cult-like!


Everyone knows that the people actually helping are as follows: BLM Incorporated. Antifa’s Angels. Nancy Pelosi, who invented San Francisco and is your favorite drunk aunt / daughter-of-a-mobster-and-communist. Don Lemon, who is currently being tried for a sex crime. The guy on MSNBC Rachel Maddow Chris Hayes. The ‘Report’ button on Twitter. Chrissy Tiegen. Sean Penn. Fidel Castro’s bastard son. War-zone reporters. Adam Kinzinger. Liz Cheney (who has tooooootally made up for her father’s war crimes). At least three Bushes that we know of (and don’t look up Prescott, he’s not one of the three).


Hillary Clinton’s lawyers. Stacey Abrams stomping out voter ID laws with her extraordinary political weight. The abstract sound “one-six” if someone utters “insurrection” in your presence. Powerful sanctions only a QAnon like Putin would ignore. And the Ghost of KEEEV.


Upon deciding that this radical cult of demonic ‘Worshippers of the Unmasked Face’ was worth a serious look, I was confronted with cryptic posts on internet sites with ubiquitous cartoon frogs where Nike and Apple logos should be.


What is this, I thought - these people don’t even work at think-tanks or Ivy League universities. I can’t trust these anonymous people! What if they’re not diverse enough?! What if Q is a white man, like Ron Watkins from the HBO documentary who’s at least half-white… like Barack Obama?


Despite this venture into racism, I pressed on, mistakenly valuing my future understanding of an important and complex topic over my all-too-human need to know the skin color of the person providing the information. Not making sure what race people are before listening to them is white supremacy.


But nevertheless, I persisted. Was the information I was consuming produced by a suitable quota of BIPOC women or AAPI gender-fluids? Who knows? I was sucked into the cult before I could seek the guidance of Joy Reid. I didn’t even think to ask my fellow white, Joy Behar. I literally just turned off my brain and started doing whatever the cult said. It was the cult that made me refuse to post the black square on Instagram while my more normal fellow whites were solving racism. The cult is what makes it hard for me to openly call for the death of Insurrectionists before their trials, even though they attacked* THE CITADEL OF OUR DEMOCRACY!!

* subject to change - who knows what’s in those 14,000 hours of unreleased security camera footage from the Capitol that day, am I right? Definitely not overwhelming proof of corrupt government involvement!


I read through 10, or 20, or 50 Q posts - I can’t remember. All of a sudden, I was reading about scandalous Uranium deals, MS-13, political intrigue, crimes committed by powerful politicians, secret meetings, Obama’s flights around the world to visit world leaders just before President Trump was set to arrive for talks, and how the Democrats were the party of the Confederacy and the Klan.


Do all of these issues matter in the real world? Yes, undoubtedly. But we must not learn about them! If we do, we might be inclined to think there’s some connection between these important issues simply because all the same people are involved in each, but that’s likely just a coincidence.


Attributing meaning to a connected series of facts after placing them in their proper context is conspiracy thinking.


That is what we are told. No matter how much proof, no matter how obvious and admitted the crimes are, they simply did not happen until and unless the TV says they did. Reading Q posts or Q-related research is dangerous. Reading about Q from authorized sources is the best way to understand what’s really happening.


But here’s the thing, normies and Very Edgy People, Q posts can’t hurt you. Q posts are information among other information. That’s all. You don’t become a different person by reading them. I don’t know all of The Science™ but I’m certain Q posts do not conjure black magic and cast spells to hypnotize and confuse the masses. If they did, there would be advertisements next to them.


This is a Q post.

Scary, isn’t it? Can you believe these questions? Who would even want to think about the answers? Crazy people, that’s who.


Q would post multiple times some days and then go weeks between posts. There are nearly 5,000 Q posts - questions like those above, memes, seemingly-indecipherable codes, government documents, videos, and interactions with Anons. Some posts seemed to prove Donald Trump and the people around him were not only aware of Q and the community, but were actively playing along. The President and his people, too, were under the spell of the cult.


Again, there is no “QAnon”. There is Q - the person or group or AI that creates the Q posts - and there are Anons. Anons are simply people doing research on the internet and sharing it to help refine the community’s understanding of significant issues in the world. This process occurs within a free market of ideas, without the boundaries of censorship (whether the censorship is active via Big Tech bans or passive in public shaming campaigns). The researchers are anonymous, which means they can’t demand trust by virtue of their credentials. The community checks one another’s work to see if it’s evidence-based and logical, rather than assuming everything said is true.


For instance, the Very Smart People™ know that Kamala Harris is a strong, capable BIPOC woman. QAnons think she’s an incompetent status-seeker who rose in politics by trading sexual favors to a still-married Willie Brown in exchange for overpaid political appointments to posts she had no special qualifications for, other than being willing to do whatever she was told, forever. While in various offices in California, her corruption destroyed the lives of actual Californians. Her record is horrendous and immoral. Kamala Harris is less popular than the least popular “president” ever, Joe Biden. This remains true despite Biden’s own daughter’s diary describing showers with her father that were, in her words, “probably inappropriate”. Kamala Harris may even be less popular than the artist and crack-smoking Don Juan of Instagram escorts himself, Hunter Biden. But QAnons believe it just because they have all the facts on their side and no one can disprove them. They don’t even care what the TV says!


SOURCE: Be Reasonable: with Your Moderator, Chris Paul - SubStack

 

Who is 'Q'? Part One: Those Wacky Anons


April 9, 2022 | Chris Paul on SubStack


Part One: Those Wacky QAnons


Since the infamous “Q” first posted on an anonymous and uncensored message board on October 28th, 2017, in the weeks following the still-unexplained Las Vegas Massacre, the media has been covering the ‘Q’ information phenomenon, or at least that’s what they purport to be doing.

The Vegas massacre, we’re told, was the deadliest mass shooting in US history. It was a media story for a few days, but apparently not worth more interest than the propagandizing of a suitable patsy and a ‘ban on bump stocks’. “QAnon”, on the other hand has warranted thousands of articles and near daily coverage by mainstream outlets despite not being a real thing.


We all know of the very dangerous “QAnon”, the disparate and unorganized group of various -ists and -phobes who cause all the problems in America today. They are in a cult, as the story goes, whose central tenet is that they believe the completely absurd claim that the world is run by a group of corrupt and compromised, wealthy and well-connected people who sit somewhere above the law while anyone who doesn’t constantly pledge to advance their cause is systematically destroyed.


It’s such a ridiculous idea - not only isn’t it happening, it cannot happen.


In the QAnon’s anger toward their betters, their bitterness, and their bigotry, these dupes believe these corrupt leaders possess an infinite capacity for evil. Loonier yet, these supposedly evil and corrupt leaders carry out these crimes against humanity while convincing the world they are actually doing good. They play this trick so well that a society replicates the trick, ever able to rationalize evil, no matter how heinous or pernicious, in society first, and then in their personal lives.


How many lies, in a given day, do people convince themselves are true? You’d have to be crazy to think the world works this way, and those unhinged QAnons really believe it!


The pursuit of wealth, power, and social status above all else is the root of all evil. The world’s wealthiest, most powerful, and most high-status people and organizations pursue these goals relentlessly, at the expense of entire countries. They do it in coordinated fashion to achieve one common goal – global domination under their control. One evil force that convinces humans to submit to its power by enticing them with possessions, control, and fame. Does that sound like Satan? Does it sound like Satan-ism? I’m not a religious scholar, so I don’t know, but I guess that’s what those wacky QAnons believe.


The corrupt, evil, Satanists (according to QAnons) are involved in crimes against humanity so abhorrent that one would never believe them possible, if one were not to witness these crimes for themselves. QAnons accuse the corrupt leaders of acts so truly evil that such crimes could never be carried out by anyone, therefore they are impossible and do not happen.


Terrorism, biological warfare, psychological warfare, drug trafficking, human trafficking, child sex trafficking, spying, tracking, modern slavery, active concentration camps, intentional medical malpractice, mass censorship and propaganda, false flags, wars of choice and convenience, child torture and sexual abuse, ritual worship of the material world, the reimagining of the Elite self as a God of this realm, and the quest for immortality.