My brain must have gotten tired and flabby with #QAnon gone for so long. I wasn’t really expecting drops again so soon after last night’s! Not that I’m complaining!
But one quick update, regarding Q’s drop from last night, and the Specx pic:
Commenters noted the Marina Bay Sands in the background. One noted:
Another commenter added:
So at least we have names, locations, and context now.
I’m still not 100% sure what the significance of this picture is, but perhaps that info will help oodle someone’s noodle, and they can drop us a line in the comments below.
Now! Moving into #NewQ:
These photos are from the top of the Marina Bay Sands, for the record.
As for Q’s question – “Where was Kim last night” – the answer is in the next post:
Q’s post show exactly where Kim Jong-un was last night:
Note, this last pic correlates directly with the pic Q dropped last night:
And as for that “Timestamp” line, #Anon offers one possible connections:
Anon here is saying that 23:11 is actually 11:11 anyway. If he’s right, Q, I just have to say you’re sending a bit of a confusing signal here, because we’re crossing Hours, Minutes, and Seconds.
Although… double-checking it… Qanon.pub’s timestamp reads as 22:11:35 for the drop last night… While on Q’s board it reads 23:11:35…
So frankly, I’m just not sure about this theory. It’s a tenuous connection, at best.
Others suggested that it just meant to mark the timestamp on last night’s drop, which, if we go by the Q board, is 22:11:35, and look for a correlation to a future event/drop. I’m leaning more towards this theory at the moment. Q might just be setting up a “past” marker to prove something in the “future.”
Yeah, Kim definitely does look very happy. It’s remarkable, actually, the change in his disposition.
If this were a “real” event, with two powers trying to strike a balance of power – and you have Kim, with no real deal-making experience, and Trump with FIFTY years of deal-making experience, you can bet your bottom dollar that Kim would be sweating it out in private, reviewing every detail with his top advisers. But look at what he’s doing, instead. He’s out touring, in open gardens. He’s taking in the sights, at his leisure. And he’s enjoying every minute of it.
Kind of amazing to think of him as a slave that’s just been freed for the first time.
As for the early Presidential departure:
Yeah, deal done. Peace achieved.
All part of #ThePlan.
Q then instructs us to look towards Iran for future developments, now.
We’ve talked about “Grand Inquisitor” Huber before, at length. He went through some hiring/firing hoops, so he could be officially re-appointed by Trump. Anon sums up for us:
You can also catch up on some of the Huber-related news here:
Remember, we were waiting for Trump to release an Executive Order declassifying a bunch of documents that would prove the criminality of Obama, the Clintons, the Democrats, and more. We already have all the evidence we need to lock them away for life.
So what’s the hold-up?
The biggest #Boom is yet to come, folks!
Oh, I got me a whole bucket, Q.
Q asks us to establish a timeline and locate the surroundings of the Page/Strozk pics he dropped a while back.
Furthermore, he’s giving any British SIS agents who want to jump ship, so to speak, one last chance to do so. If they don’t reach out now, that’s it. Time’s up.
Moving back to the timeframe question, however, Anon responds:
And Q answers!
This is the “Winter Wonderland” event that happens around Christmas, every year in Hyde Park. But Q’s pic is from before 2014, so don’t get throw by that here. The signage on the coaster behind all these people changed in 2014, adding “XXL” to the marquee.
What this does suggest is that this site was used for coordinating espionage operations between various Five Eyes operators, and that it had been under surveillance by White Hats for many, many years. Wow.
But remember when we established that those pics Q previously dropped of London were taken in Piccadilly Circus?
Yeah, these locations are less than two miles from each other:
One anon gets very specific with the timeframe:
And another anon noted:
[contentcards url=”https://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/dec/25/hyde-park-visitors-tracked-mobile-phone-data-ee” target=”_blank”]
Part of me has to wonder if this article was written to give black hats a signal that they had been tracked at the location. Mockingbird Media and all that.
Now this is took me by surprise. I hadn’t realized Rosenstein had actually fled anywhere, despite the “FlyRRFly” last night.
The DOJ literally published a transcript of his speech at the Conference of Montreal six minutes ago, as of this writing:
[contentcards url=”https://www.justice.gov/opa/speech/deputy-attorney-general-rod-j-rosenstein-delivers-remarks-international-economic-forum” target=”_blank”]
Here’s an excerpt:
Returning to military service was not a happy development for Montgomery. When news of the assignment arrived, he accepted it reluctantly, with these words: “The Congress having done me the honor of electing me brigadier-general in their service, is an event which must put an end, for awhile, perhaps for ever, to the quiet scheme of life I had prescribed for myself; for, though entirely unexpected and undesired by me, the will of an oppressed people, compelled to choose between liberty and slavery, must be obeyed.”
Montgomery once again traveled north and went to war in Canada. This time, he fought against his British homeland, as part of an expedition hoping to enlist the Canadian colonies in the American Revolution.
Montgomery fought his former colleagues courageously, but with a deep sense of regret. In October 1775, he wrote, “I most earnestly request to retire…. I have not the talents or temper for such a command. I am under the disagreeable necessity of acting eternally out of Character to wheedle, flatter, and lie…. I will bear with it for a short time, but I cannot support it long.”
Ya think he’s signalling?
A free and prosperous society depends upon the rule of law. The concept dates to the fourth century B.C. In the words of Aristotle, “justice is the bond of men in states, for the administration of justice, which is the determination of what is just, is the principle of order in political society.”
When the rule of law breaks down, it undermines essential aspects of modern civilization, including mutual trust and economic progress. They require a framework of established rules. For that reason, John MacArthur Maguire described law as a system of “wise restraints that make men free.”
The rule of law is essential for commerce. It allows businesses to enter contracts, make investments and project revenue with reasonable assurance about the future. It establishes an objective and fair mechanism to resolve disputes, and it provides a degree of protection from arbitrary government action.
And then there was this gem:
I visited the nation of Armenia in 1994, when it was transitioning to democracy.
And of course, Rosenstein really, really, really, just desperately wants to work with Canada:
We recently adopted a new policy instructing our federal prosecutors to work jointly with foreign enforcement agencies that conduct investigations of the same companies.
And we devoted additional resources to improve our ability to support foreign partners by promptly and efficiently responding to requests for assistance in securing evidence and detaining fugitives within our borders.
We hope that other nations will reciprocate and expedite their responses to our requests for assistance in obtaining evidence and returning fugitives.
Processing assistance requests more quickly, developing information sharing protocols, making foreign witnesses available for interviews, and promptly sharing information about data intrusions are examples of ways that nations can collaborate with each other and work cooperatively with the private sector to advance our mutual interests.
Working together is not always easy. There may be legal and practical barriers to cooperation. We speak different languages, reside in different time zones, and are governed by different laws. But strong leadership is not about avoiding problems. It is about embracing challenges and overcoming obstacles.
In conclusion, by working together, we can lead our organizations through uncertain times while enhancing our effectiveness in preventing crime, promoting the rule of law, preserving freedom and ensuring economic progress. Those are worthy goals.
Sound like the “insurance plea” Q was talking about to you?
And if that’s not enough to convince you, look who he’s hanging with at this conference:
First, here’s Q’s link:
[contentcards url=”http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/06/11/doj-refusing-to-give-grassley-access-to-agent-who-interviewed-flynn.html” target=”_blank”]
Watch the clip in the link. Judge Napolitano explains the situation beautifully.
The 302’s Q referenced last night also make an appearance in this article:
In that letter, Grassley requested the FBI’s so-called “302” documents memorializing their interview with Flynn and other supporting documents, including the agents’ notes. He also asked for a transcribed interview with Pientka, the FBI special agent who interviewed Flynn with fellow agent Peter Strzok, whose anti-Trump text messages later led to his dismissal from the Russia probe.
But here’s the larger context to the line Q quotes:
In a letter sent Friday to Rosenstein, House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., said the records should be provided to all committee members “and designated staff” rather than just the so-called “Gang of Eight” — which refers to Republican and Democratic leaders in both houses of Congress as well as top lawmakers from the intelligence panels.
“Your continued refusal to permit Members of Congress and designated staff to review the requested documents is obstruction of a lawful Congressional investigation,” Nunes wrote.
Asked about the letter, however, a DOJ official said Rosenstein is currently “representing the United States in a brief unrelated visit to a foreign nation, one of America’s key intelligence partners,” indicating he would plan on responding during the previously scheduled briefing on Thursday.
And when Q says, “PANIC,” he means it, especially considering Rosenstein is now over our Northern Border.
There’s been evidence piling up demonstrating panic in Canada for a while now. Even since before the G7 summit. Anon dropped these pics a little over a week ago, and frankly, I just held on to them because, while seemingly important, they didn’t seem anywhere to fit them into a larger story just yet. Now they do.
And all of this, of course, makes Trump’s twitter offensive against Justin “Castreau” that much funnier.
And don’t you just love this?
We all know who The Punisher is by now.
Pssst… Read my article on it, if you don’t:
So what does this mean?
Rosenstein has chosen his path, and cast his lot with the enemy.
He’s not only going to be fired, but included in the RICO charges Giuliani will be unloading on #TheCabal in short order, following the IG Report, and Huber’s testimony, and Admiral Rogers’ testimony, and General Flynn’s testimony.
WHEW! Week to Remember indeed!
And just as I hit publish, Q comes back with an amazing post:
#BOOM! VINDICATION YET AGAIN! WHO’S THE CLOWN, NOW, @EYETHESPY/@TheRealCheshCat/@BackChannel17/@TrustfulAlice. GET REKT.
When ya’ll gonna learn?
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