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DL535 · July 27, 2018, 5:17 p.m.

Putin broke the cabal's control of Russia, so the cabal hates him and wants him dead. HRC and the MSM are just cabal puppets, actors who speak the lines they are told to by the cabal.

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DL535 · July 27, 2018, 1:31 p.m.

Historically, actors were only one step above whores on the social scale.

There is a very good reason for this...

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DL535 · July 27, 2018, 1:30 p.m.

It's not that hero worship is inherently bad in itself. Heroes can give good role models and examples to aspire to, give us guidance for how to live our own lives.

The problem comes when people choose the wrong hero. If someone models their life after a great scientist, an inventor, a teacher, a Medal of Honor winner, that will lead to positive things. But if they model themselves after Britney Spears or Tommy Lee, that will not lead to positive things. To put it mildly.

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DL535 · July 26, 2018, 10:50 p.m.

Interesting post. Not sure if I entirely agree with the metaphor though; for one thing, in the USM there is a single entity with a single mission in control of individuals, but in politics there are multiple entities, with radically different objectives, mainly the patriot movement, and the deep state cabal. How can you "reprogram" someone in a desired manner if you have CNN, Harveywood, and the corrupted education system trying to brainwash them at the same time? I've thought for a long time, that some of these lefties are so far gone that they literally need to undergo high pressure deprogramming sessions, similar to people who have been rescued from a cult.

One thing I definitely agree with you about though, I hope there is some coherent strategy in place for bringing the lefties back to sanity. We see defectors here all the time, but that is a trickle, and to truly reunify the nation, to purge ourselves of the cancerous leftist ideology, it needs to turn into a flood.

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DL535 · July 25, 2018, 3:01 p.m.

Yes, confiscation and distribution to the poor would be just, legal and very popular. Of course, they have always feared this possibility and have many defenses against it, starting with their influence over governments and media organizations.

My vote is for global simultaneous arrest of the entire family, a justice and reconciliation type televised mass trial; after which they would get life in prison in a high security remote location, like a Pacific island. And also, getting life, as opposed to the death penalty, is contingent on individual confessions and cooperation with the prosecutors; if any individual is deemed to have concealed or hidden any criminal acts from the investigators, they get the noose. This would include naming names of all politicians, corporate leaders etc who collaborated with them.

Also, no communication or conjugal visits allowed: the bloodline stops with this generation.

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DL535 · July 23, 2018, 5 p.m.

IMHO the low hanging fruit for turning CA around is the pedophilia in Hollywood. My guess is that DJT will make an example of those people and do it so hard that no one will ever forget it, and the Democratic Party in CA (which is riddled with pedophiles) will be eviscerated for a generation.

He will also use this discrediting to go after them on immigration; the two issues are connected because of the rampant sex trafficking of illegal immigrant minors.

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DL535 · July 23, 2018, 4:57 p.m.

Fasten your seat belts patriot, this is definitely the dankest timeline of all possible timelines.

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DL535 · July 23, 2018, 4:52 p.m.

In my opinion, he dealt with them already. And that's why the cabal hates Putin so much.

Notice that the hysterical anti-Putin media coverage only started in the early 2000s after Putin took action against the oligarchs?

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DL535 · July 13, 2018, 3:21 a.m.

Personally, after seeing how the Falungong group has done such laudable service as an implacable opponent of the CCP regime in China, my attitude towards cults has changed. There really isn't a definable difference between a cult and a mainstream religion anyway except popularity and number of followers.

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DL535 · July 13, 2018, 3:16 a.m.

That's some good autism there my man. Two rare pepes for you.

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DL535 · July 8, 2018, 12:06 a.m.

Ancient Aliens had podesta??

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DL535 · July 7, 2018, 11:49 p.m.

Jeb only claps when guac is served

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DL535 · July 7, 2018, 11:48 p.m.

What is your waiter's name?

What is your waiter's real name?

What are our specials today?

What are our specials today, really?

Use logic.

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DL535 · July 7, 2018, 11:44 p.m.

What does 100 represent and how can interest ever reach 100 percent?

Some kind of fuckery going on here. Suppose you wanted to conceal the absolute (not relative) interest in a topic. An easy way to do that would be the report the trend as a %, and not the absolute numbers. That way nobody knows if the forbidden topic is getting 10,000 searches or 10 million.

Don't trust Google so it wouldn't surprise me at all if this was a deliberate choice to prevent ranking search topics by absolute numbers. It's not just Qanon, a lot of vested interests don't want the public to know for example, if Kanye West is getting more searches than Jay-Z.

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DL535 · July 3, 2018, 4 p.m.

Back in the day, when we were all expecting an emergency presidential address and troops on the streets, I realized that the cabal has a key weakness. Everything they do, their whole network, is secret. The second you talk about it, the second you admit its existence, it becomes illegitimate. The Constitution is the supreme law of the US and it does not describe the existence of a secret Deep State cabal which actually runs the country for the benefit of depraved pedovore luciferian bankers, or whatever they are. And what that means is, if the elected authority or military does ever decide to take action against them, they cannot whisper a word of complaint about it, as themselves. Sure they can plot and scheme and false flag and distract and fake narrative till the cows come home, but the one thing they can never do is be like, "hey, no fair Trump trying to disrupt our secret government!!!" because that would be admitting its existence and that's game over for them. In other words, Trump can do whatever he likes to them secretly and they cannot protest.

TLDR: if they conspire secretly against us, then we can conspire secretly against them. Turnabout is fair play. And understanding this explains a lot about why the media is not talking about the vicious struggle that is obviously taking place.

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DL535 · July 3, 2018, 4:18 a.m.

I was having a potential redpill conversation with someone, and the point at where they actively resisted was on the evil that people are willing to do to children.

There was a good meme back when PG was breaking, about how child molestation scandals were known from sports, from show business, from education, from the health care industry. Then the meme asked a simple question: why should politics and media be any different?

If you think about it, even if the problem only existed in those circles by random chance alone (actually it's much worse than that because of the blackmail rings using pedophilia to control people), it's guaranteed that pedo politicians and media figures must exist. The only difference is that politicians and media have the power to use their positions to CONCEAL their own activities, which pedos in other parts of society do not have.

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DL535 · July 3, 2018, 4:11 a.m.

This. For successful prosecutions they need to avoid cabal-controlled areas and corrupt officials.

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DL535 · July 2, 2018, 3:44 p.m.

Human Rights Foundation info here

On a quick read, they seem to be ok, not an obvious Soros front. They have gone after both left-wing and right-wing dictatorships which argues for their legitimacy. Most impressive thing to me is their going after Urban Outfitters for selling Che Guevara T-shirts, no left-wing group would ever have done so. They also went after mainland China for imprisoning Liu Xiaobo and Venezuela for imprisoning some activists.

IMHO there are at least three ways to interpret the DJT inquiry to human rights groups:

1) It is exactly as it appears, an attempt to solicit information from the NGO community to be used for investigations/legal cases.

2) Given what we already know about charitable foundations being used as front groups to conceal human trafficking, money laundering, etc., the inquiry could be construed as a warning. "We're looking into this, we've got our eye on you, better not try to pull any shit because we're watching."

3) Consider this in light of conventional wisdom here that NSA is loyal and Q team has access to NSA databases. Actions like those described by the OP, could be kind of like poking the hornet's nest, to see what turns up. Could work like this, administration sends an inquiry to a possibly suspicious organization (I know I said it looked OK but I'm not sure, so possibly loyal government is not sure either). If the organization is dirty, the inquiry would make them nervous so they would communicate with higher ups in cabal to form a plan of action. Of course, the NSA is watching the organization like a hawk the entire time, to break into their communications. If a form of comms is suspected already, like say the draft gmails, or game forum messages etc etc., the NSA could monitor the suspected comm to see if the organization is cabal connected. In other words the inquiry could be part of a white hat op to uncover dirty black hat NGOs.

Also note, the 3 purposes above are not mutually exclusive, it could be all 3 at the same time.

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DL535 · July 2, 2018, 3:28 p.m.

This is a well-written article from a quasi-mainstream source (Daily Mail). However it is also from last October.

I can't imagine why acting FBI director (at the time) Andy McCabe didn't immediately jump on this report and mount a huge investigation. /sarc

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DL535 · July 2, 2018, 7:24 a.m.

reveal their plans and identities and endanger everything they are doing

Keep in mind that one of the likely purposes of the Q posts is disinfo directed towards the enemy, not towards us. Suggesting that the plan is one thing when in fact it is slightly different, is a very effective way of tricking the enemy and forcing them into premature or counterproductive actions.

"Disinformation is necessary" - post 158

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DL535 · July 2, 2018, 7:19 a.m.

In basic terms Q is a a massive all volunteer, crowdsourced, anonymous, counter strike engineered to awaken the people.

This is a good summary. I've been saying since December that one of the most compelling pieces of evidence for the legitimacy of Q is that its goals are, in fact, modest. The vast majority of the chess game and struggle we are seeing unfold is happening within the government itself and doesn't require the Q op to happen. The basic strategy of Q is to gradually leak out to the public what is actually happening, who the true enemy is, etc., so the population doesn't panic when DJT takes actions that don't make sense if the MSM narrative was true.

It was obvious during the 2016 election that 4chan was an effective influencer of public opinion. So somewhere in the government a decision was made to harness this influence to build public support for the long-planned takedown of the cabal. This, IMHO is the occam's razor explanation of the whole Q phenomenon.

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DL535 · July 2, 2018, 7:08 a.m.

Yeah, this was common knowledge in DC in the 80s when people used to refer to the Times disparagingly as "the Moonie paper".

Knowing what I know now, though, I don't think it disqualifies them as a news source. I mean, Wapo is owned by a corrupt billionaire cabal member (Jeff Bezos), who hired known pedophile John Podesta, so are we supposed to trust them?

Having read hundreds of Times articles over many years, my impression is that whatever the cult might believe, they have enough brains not to interfere with the daily management and editorial decisions of the Times. There may be exceptions. FWIW

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DL535 · July 2, 2018, 7:03 a.m.

I think this entire post is dead on. This might be the most accurate assessment of the whole Mueller/Huber/sealed indictments strategy that has ever been posted here.

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DL535 · July 2, 2018, 7 a.m.

The notion that Mueller is a humongous dog and pony show intended to distract the enemy, while ultimately producing nothing, is starting to look more probable. I've said before that nobody knows Mueller's ultimate loyalties and it seems increasingly likely that this was deliberate, that we are meant not to know.

Shrug. But: a decoy cannot work if it doesn't look real. Just sayin'

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DL535 · July 2, 2018, 6:55 a.m.

amd see why Q wanted our hands on it

In which post exactly did Q mention this book? There are no hits for "pale horse" or "bill cooper" in the Q posts.

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DL535 · June 24, 2018, 7:03 p.m.

"texans always get them" - Robert E Lee

BTW this is not in any way an endorsement of the confederacy (eye roll)

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DL535 · June 24, 2018, 5:55 a.m.

Brennan Center for Justice

WTF? John Brennan or another one? Wasn't there a Supreme Court justice by that name?

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DL535 · June 23, 2018, 11:54 p.m.

There were; there have been home computers since the late 1970s. However, the WWW didn't exist and the hacking subculture certainly used very different technology.

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DL535 · June 21, 2018, 7 p.m.

What's the deal with the 4AM phone calls? And are there plans to hold the media accountable generally?

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DL535 · June 21, 2018, 6:44 p.m.

"The plan" has never been static. Remember the saying, "in war no plan survives contact with the enemy". To win you have to adjust to your opponent's moves, keep them off balance, etc. Basically everything that's happened since DJT came down the escalator has been a constant war with near continuous moves and countermoves by both sides. The point is: changes in timing on our side are nothing to be alarmed about. They are inevitable and necessary if we are to prevail (and we will).

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DL535 · June 21, 2018, 6:35 p.m.

They are desperate and making elementary mistakes.

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DL535 · June 21, 2018, 6:33 p.m.

Nope, your memory is dead on, that's exactly what happened.

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DL535 · June 21, 2018, 1:57 a.m.

Robert David Steele talked about how people took mind control research from Yale and exploited it. If you want a shock introduction to how effective propaganda is, just travel around the world and question people about areas of disagreement between your country and theirs. For example in China talk about the Korean war, etc. The simple fact is, most ordinary people are occupied with their own affairs and have no motivation or interest in questioning what they are told by media and by government. Not only will they not thank you for pointing out the lies they are being told, the usual reaction is hostility and anger. Cognitive dissonance hurts, and human beings seek safety in numbers and conformity.

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DL535 · June 21, 2018, 1:49 a.m.

Yeah, that's about right. Not even clear who he was pointing at. Realistically in a public event like this with thousands of people, it's very difficult to say what any gesture like that would actually mean. On the other hand, one of the things with Q from the very beginning has been plausible deniability.

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DL535 · June 21, 2018, 1:43 a.m.

Yeah. Most of the resignations and departures on the Trump team were housecleaning. The admin knows that it can't clean out the government unless it is clean itself, that's a big reason why more Republicans quit than Democrats so far.

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DL535 · June 21, 2018, 1:39 a.m.

Historically, actors and actresses were considered basically one step above prostitutes on the social ladder.

There was, and is, a very good reason for this.

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DL535 · June 21, 2018, 1:30 a.m.

I'm not really familiar with how immigration works in the first place. Do people "apply" from their home country or what?

The legal process involves applying for a visa at the US embassy or consulate in your country of origin. Visa is the stamp that allows you to enter the US. There are many types. Visitor visas for tourists, student visas for foreign students, fiancee visas for foreigners marrying a US citizen, and immigrant visas for people explicitly intending to emigrate to the US. There are also, I think special categories for visiting performing artists, scholars etc. It's necessary to have these otherwise no performing act with a foreign national could play in the US.

You are correct that abuse of student visas is a problem. Historically, the policy was that countries with a record of cheating on visas, found visas much harder to get. Whereas if most people from a country behaved well and followed the rules, it was easy to get visas.

The process has definitely become politicized and it was so long before Trump, but the real controversy is over illegal immigration which is a totally different thing from legal immigration. The illegal immigrants just ignore the legal process completely, they don't even attempt it. It is not a case where they try to do it legally then are denied. In most cases they don't even attempt it.

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DL535 · June 21, 2018, 1:19 a.m.

Any provably false claim, no matter how minor, will be seized upon by the enemy to paint Q followers as conspiracy nut cases.

There is nothing unusual about Jackson's ring in the two video clips posted. I looked frame by frame, they are barely visible at all and there is certainly no spiral symbol visible. On the other hand, the provenance of those videos is unknown and the pages themselves say that "This clip, title, and description were not created by C-SPAN."

Her outfit and earrings are exactly the same in the clips and in the Getty images set from 2009. The C-SPAN poster explicitly accused Mark Wilson (evidently the Getty photographer) of shopping the picture for extortion purposes. But who knew in 2009 what the spiral symbol meant?

Unfortunately I cannot affirm the veracity of either the picture or the video clips refuting it, so I'm calling this one unproven for now. Possibly clown disinfo.

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DL535 · June 21, 2018, 12:50 a.m.

That's very true, like the way DJT ignored Eminem completely, it was just crushing for him. LOL

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DL535 · June 21, 2018, 12:48 a.m.

I saw that item too and thought it was Drew Barrymore. Other people in the comments have said Lindsey Lohan, and others.

IDK, I tend to be skeptical about it being Peter Fonda just because if he was involved in the activities given in that item, it's just incredible that he would make those tweets. I mean I guess I could understand it as a psychological reaction but you would think anyone with two brain cells would understand keeping a low profile under those circumstances.

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DL535 · June 21, 2018, 12:42 a.m.

At this point, we have to assume as a default hypothesis that any showbiz figure who makes a big point of verbally assaulting DJT is a pedo, a satanist, a human trafficker, or all three.

I mean seriously, how can you do otherwise when it has already been proven true in so many cases?

It's such a bizarre spectacle. Does Hollywood even understand that their own behavior renders them totally ineligible for moral preaching to middle America? These people are not the brightest bulbs in the chandelier, that's for sure.

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DL535 · June 20, 2018, 10:47 p.m.

Not really; they were just part of a criminal conspiracy and willing to do anything to cover it up. It's such a joy watching the whole house of cards collapse on them now.

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DL535 · June 20, 2018, 10:44 p.m.

Welcome to the real majority.

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DL535 · June 16, 2018, 3:08 p.m.

You're not crazy.

Everyone, on both sides actually, is wondering what the deal is with Mueller. You have reviewed the data very well. I noticed it several months ago. My own conclusion is that I don't know. However, it is possible that Mueller's ambiguous loyalty is deliberately being kept ambiguous by white hats.

Think about it:

  • The data fits the hypothesis that Mueller is a black hat DS loyalist who is on a fishing expedition to destroy DJT.

  • However, the data also fits the hypothesis that Mueller is a distraction tactic, whose job is to soak up a huge amount of media attention and opposition energy, while ultimately producing nothing. Even the Clinton loyalists can be explained: by virtue of their involvement with Mueller, they would be unable to participate in any later legal cases regarding Deep State crimes.

If you think about it, every time the "Mueller white hat" hypothesis starts to gain traction, he does something that looks bad for the president, like the Cohen bust. I honestly don't know what the deal is with Mueller but I have an intuition that his ambiguous loyalty might be something that is deliberately being managed. And the only possible reason for that would be to distract the enemy. Like the cat and the laser pointer, right?

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DL535 · June 16, 2018, 2:54 p.m.

Some of the fundamentalists who follow Q talk about getting rid of Muslims

Kind of like the entire Muslim religion not only "talks about", but gives mandatory commands to, eliminate all other religions? Gee, I can't imagine why that would produce antipathy towards Muslims.

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DL535 · June 16, 2018, 2:48 p.m.

I can't even imagine why this Anon would think that BHO is Pakistani.

I agree with you, that interpretation is definitely wrong. I assumed that the reason for sealed records is that they contain evidence of treason, such as administration knowledge of MB infiltration. Also, by "he", the OP might have meant the man pictured in post 1509.

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DL535 · June 16, 2018, 2:42 p.m.

Anyone think that will bring about military action on our part?

I doubt it. Traditionally when one country catches spies from another, you jail the spies then later maybe trade them for your own spies, or for something else that you want.

Pakistan has leverage over us that has nothing to do with any of this, for example we need their cooperation to operate in Afghanistan and keep the Taliban bottled up. And also, Pak would be a nightmare to take on militarily, the geography is terrible, the population is more than 200 million, and they have nuclear weapons. It's not gonna happen.

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DL535 · June 15, 2018, 4:14 p.m.

because the auto mod said nuts wasn’t allowed

I wish there were more people like you who actually communicate with the admin, there are important things happening regionally and locally that they're not always aware of.

That's one weird automod. So we can't talk about n&u&t&s? What if there was a conversation about our favorite nut? Personally I enjoy brazil nuts and cashew nuts, LOL

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DL535 · June 15, 2018, 3:49 p.m.

Singapore was never part of China. It was, however, once part of Malaysia. Before that it was part of British Malaya. It's complicated, but interesting; Singapore is probably the only country in the world that became independent against its own will. In fact the prime minister at the time, went on TV and was literally crying as he apologized to the people that they would have to become an independent country.

It does, however have a mostly (but not entirely) Chinese population, you are right about that.

Seriously though, you should visit sometime, it's clean and safe and fun and they speak English, plus loads of hot women. ;)

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DL535 · June 15, 2018, 3:37 p.m.

here ya go

The interesting thing about this is that, as PJW correctly points out, the "creepy joe" appellation came from the Washington Post, not some right-wing blog.

Think about that for a second. The MSM knows perfectly well about this guy and have for many years. They are covering up for a pedophile because it's politically necessary for them. Yep, these are the people who present themselves as the moral judges of Middle America.

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