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Despite the far majority within the alt-media believing the QAnon movement to be a psychological operation (designed to discredit the entire alternative subculture), this has not stopped conspiracy deniers, especially those within academia, who to this day continue to paint all conspiracy researchers/theorists with the same 'Q-tip' ... thus proving QAnon's effectiveness as a psy-op.

 

Here, I make the distinction between 'truthers' and 'truth-seekers'; the former who have sometimes also been called 'Trumpers' (or Anons) and the latter, who are critically thinking individuals, often apolitical, who do not belong to any (cultish) movement, and who have existed in one form or another since the dawn of mankind. (Seriously, are there really people who believe that conspiracy theories did not exist until QAnon came along to muddy the waters?)

 

Even those who profess to be on the intellectual fringes of society (just because they believe in UFOs/ETs when the mainstream media generally ignores or belittles these fields of study) will often fall back on their beloved QAnon-scapegoat when presented with rumors, theories, or reports that are not in line with the official narrative or which seem on the surface as being too unsettling or outlandish to entertain as a possible reality. As an example, try and discuss things like the Franklin scandal with such people, or occult goings-on within Hollywood/Washington, and immediately these ones become dismissive and think you are a part of the QAnon crowd (i.e. brainwashed, etc). This only validates for me the power that this devilishly clever psy-op has had on human ostriches within society who love this scapegoat of theirs, possibly a lot more than they imagine. Still, there are others, I suspect, who are in positions of censorial control (say, on online bulletin boards) who in all likelihood know of certain questionable theories as having some validity but who take to conveniently playing the QAnon card, as if disinfo agents or secret participants in the very shadowy/corrupt/perverted conspiracy themselves.

 

I bring this up because the fascination with QAnon within the mainstream culture does not seem to be going away. Whether it's recent articles on the movement in magazines written by so-called debunkers or a latest publication in which (supposed) ex-Anons profess to now being able to see the error of their past thinking are interviewed, this particular scapegoat is very much around and well. Cue The Storm Is Upon Us: How QAnon Became A Movement by an author by the name of Mike Rothschild. There is also a new docuseries/film entitled Q: Into The Storm (a review of which can be found on the Roger Ebert site), which I'm interested in watching only from a sociological perspective.

 

I once belonged to a message board similar to this one several years ago, long before the Trump/Q phenomenon appeared on the scene as a likely distraction to get the American public focused off disturbing revelations that were at the time just beginning to come to light in the media. At one time forum members were able to discuss conspiracy theories freely -- ranging from alleged pedophile rings & Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA) existing within high levels of politics (as the late Dave McGowan also wrote about and persuasively presented in the first few chapters of the disturbing read, Programmed To Kill [2004], a must-read for anyone interested in learning about this) to things like Bohemian Grove and seances/witchcraft ceremonies involving western heads of state -- without being thought of as belonging to or influenced by some mind-control cult into far-out theories with absolutely no basis in truth.

 

If QAnon has done anything, it has deliberately/inadvertently demonized all talk of such things within non-alt-media circles and in some cases has politicized them (i.e. labeling such talk as the supposed ravings of extreme right-wingers). One can hardly engage in a serious discussion with some people, say, regarding "Pizza Gate," without being thought of as being a 'truther' or a 'Trumper.'

 

This, evidence to many of us that this particular psy-op has managed to achieve what it set out to do quite masterfully.

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On 12/4/2021 at 4:34 PM, Hegel Schmegel said:

Despite the far majority within the alt-media believing the QAnon movement to be a psychological operation (designed to discredit the entire alternative subculture), this has not stopped conspiracy deniers, especially those within academia, who to this day continue to paint all conspiracy researchers/theorists with the same 'Q-tip' ... thus proving QAnon's effectiveness as a psy-op.

 

Here, I make the distinction between 'truthers' and 'truth-seekers'; the former who have sometimes also been called 'Trumpers' (or Anons) and the latter, who are critically thinking individuals, often apolitical, who do not belong to any (cultish) movement, and who have existed in one form or another since the dawn of mankind. (Seriously, are there really people who believe that conspiracy theories did not exist until QAnon came along to muddy the waters?)

 

Even those who profess to be on the intellectual fringes of society (just because they believe in UFOs/ETs when the mainstream media generally ignores or belittles these fields of study) will often fall back on their beloved QAnon-scapegoat when presented with rumors, theories, or reports that are not in line with the official narrative or which seem on the surface as being too unsettling or outlandish to entertain as a possible reality. As an example, try and discuss things like the Franklin scandal with such people, or occult goings-on within Hollywood/Washington, and immediately these ones become dismissive and think you are a part of the QAnon crowd (i.e. brainwashed, etc). This only validates for me the power that this devilishly clever psy-op has had on human ostriches within society who love this scapegoat of theirs, possibly a lot more than they imagine. Still, there are others, I suspect, who are in positions of censorial control (say, on online bulletin boards) who in all likelihood know of certain questionable theories as having some validity but who take to conveniently playing the QAnon card, as if disinfo agents or secret participants in the very shadowy/corrupt/perverted conspiracy themselves.

 

I bring this up because the fascination with QAnon within the mainstream culture does not seem to be going away. Whether it's recent articles on the movement in magazines written by so-called debunkers or a latest publication in which (supposed) ex-Anons profess to now being able to see the error of their past thinking are interviewed, this particular scapegoat is very much around and well. Cue The Storm Is Upon Us: How QAnon Became A Movement by an author by the name of Mike Rothschild. There is also a new docuseries/film entitled Q: Into The Storm (a review of which can be found on the Roger Ebert site), which I'm interested in watching only from a sociological perspective.

 

I once belonged to a message board similar to this one several years ago, long before the Trump/Q phenomenon appeared on the scene as a likely distraction to get the American public focused off disturbing revelations that were at the time just beginning to come to light in the media. At one time forum members were able to discuss conspiracy theories freely -- ranging from alleged pedophile rings & Satanic Ritual Abuse (SRA) existing within high levels of politics (as the late Dave McGowan also wrote about and persuasively presented in the first few chapters of the disturbing read, Programmed To Kill [2004], a must-read for anyone interested in learning about this) to things like Bohemian Grove and seances/witchcraft ceremonies involving western heads of state -- without being thought of as belonging to or influenced by some mind-control cult into far-out theories with absolutely no basis in truth.

 

If QAnon has done anything, it has deliberately/inadvertently demonized all talk of such things within non-alt-media circles and in some cases has politicized them (i.e. labeling such talk as the supposed ravings of extreme right-wingers). One can hardly engage in a serious discussion with some people, say, regarding "Pizza Gate," without being thought of as being a 'truther' or a 'Trumper.'

 

This, evidence to many of us that this particular psy-op has managed to achieve what it set out to do quite masterfully.

I agree. Likewise, if you are pro 'vax' then you must be a leftist BLM liberal cuck - instead of what they mainly are, which is lazy and cowardly regardless of any political leanings.

 

 

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3 hours ago, metak88 said:

@bamboozooka What do you think about recent Mike Adams' (Health Ranger) video/theory?

 

They will FLIP the VACCINE SCRIPT in 2022 to blame Trump for vaccine deaths

 

https://www.brighteon.com/5af97c55-3421-4b38-9624-bc631d0fc8cc

https://www.bitchute.com/video/lFxCA2rveRSX/

 

 

its only his theory. i'm taking a pinch of salt with this.

the US fake news media is falling apart.

they've got no credibility left.

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On 1/2/2022 at 5:20 PM, metak88 said:

@bamboozooka What do you think about recent Mike Adams' (Health Ranger) video/theory?

 

They will FLIP the VACCINE SCRIPT in 2022 to blame Trump for vaccine deaths

 

https://www.brighteon.com/5af97c55-3421-4b38-9624-bc631d0fc8cc

https://www.bitchute.com/video/lFxCA2rveRSX/

 

 

another theory.

if trump goes pro vax the left have to go anti vax

 

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3 hours ago, metak88 said:

there are a lot of these truther/grifters being attacked

https://www.newsweek.com/qanon-friendly-event-attendees-are-coming-down-sick-they-think-its-anthrax-1662201

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58 minutes ago, bamboozooka said:

4 super hercules in the air. going home for the weekend to brize norton.

 

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Where did you get the image? Is it a real time tracker or something?

 

We get transports and chinooks our way, on their way to Brize.

 

I'd love to be able to track them when I see them. Plus I think the air base is also used to dispatch chemtrail planes, here's one I took earlier....

 

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56 minutes ago, Nobby Noboddy said:

Where did you get the image? Is it a real time tracker or something?

 

We get transports and chinooks our way, on their way to Brize.

 

I'd love to be able to track them when I see them. Plus I think the air base is also used to dispatch chemtrail planes, here's one I took earlier....

 

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https://globe.adsbexchange.com

i've had chemtrail planes go overhead and they haven't been on here

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19 hours ago, metak88 said:

 

https://www.flightradar24.com/

 

Edit: this one seems popular, just circling...  😆

https://www.flightradar24.com/RRR816/2a6c04b8

 

18 hours ago, bamboozooka said:

https://globe.adsbexchange.com

i've had chemtrail planes go overhead and they haven't been on here

 

Quite often i hear choppers and other aircraft and they're not on flight radar. The military aircraft on there are mostly drills and other less sensitive operations i think. Most military is blocked for obvious reasons.

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2 hours ago, FVCK BILLY G4TES said:

Have 45 mins of Al Bishai dunking and clowning on Q and your cult of personality

 

 

Love how it’s 2022 and this is still a thing lmao 

and you cant resist posting for "still a thing"

at least u get a reply here unlike all  your joo threads

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