This post will cover the #NewQ drops for Sunday, September 2nd, as of right now. Let’s get into it!
The man McMaster couldn’t fire!
We talked about him previously, here:
I’ve been holding off on posting this drop, because I wanted more posts to contextualize it. (I did, however, post it to the Gab the moment it dropped, when #Cuckerberg was testifying before …
First thing’s first – Happy Father’s Day to all the dads out there! (I started writing this on Father’s day, okay? The Qdrops didn’t stop!) Your job is more important …
He’s the anti-Snowden, if you will (as far as I can tell) – not in the sense that he’s leaking intel, but in the sense that he’s a double-agent, working with one agency to subvert the other.
A “MAGASnowden,” if you will:
#QAnon then came back with this:
Bridges, you say?
A pair of White House officials helped provide Representative Devin Nunes of California, a Republican and the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, with the intelligence reports that showed that President Trump and his associates were incidentally swept up in foreign surveillance by American spy agencies.
It is the latest twist of a bizarre Washington drama that began after dark on March 21, when Mr. Nunes got a call from a person he has described only as a source. The call came as he was riding across town in an Uber car, and he quickly diverted to the White House. The next day, Mr. Nunes gave a hastily arranged news conference before going to brief Mr. Trump on what he had learned the night before from — as it turns out — White House officials.
Since disclosing the existence of the intelligence reports, Mr. Nunes has refused to identify his sources, saying he needed to protect them so others would feel safe going to the committee with sensitive information. In his public comments, he has described his sources as whistle-blowers trying to expose wrongdoing at great risk to themselves.
That does not appear to be the case. Several current American officials identified the White House officials as Ezra Cohen-Watnick, the senior director for intelligence at the National Security Council, and Michael Ellis, a lawyer who works on national security issues at the White House Counsel’s Office and was previously counsel to Mr. Nunes’s committee. Though neither has been accused of breaking any laws, they do appear to have sought to use intelligence to advance the political goals of the Trump administration.
So just… a really basic timeline here. Watnick – Gen Flynn’s protege – served as senior director for intelligence for the National Security Council, in the White House.
He “leaks” to Nunes.
McMaster tried to remove him.
Watnick ends up back in Session’s employ as adviser on counterintelligence and counterterrorism (probably with the same level of security clearance or greater).
Back in April, #Anons had some interesting thoughts about Ezra, re: Project Cassandra (hat tip to the anon who saved these):
Dude is basically a superhero – a real life Jack Ryan. (Though… I haven’t watched the whole series yet [or read the books], so if that’s not an appropriate analogy, I’m sure I won’t be able to stop you from letting me know in the comments below! lol).
Either way, rock on, Ezra.
Note the filename on the image.
That would make Comey and McCabe firewalls 1 and 2.
Absolutely right, #Anon. Veiled threats.
And this is worth remembering as well:
Remember, California is among those “special” border states.
At least seven senior Facebook executives have announced their departures this year. None are leaving on bad terms, a company spokesperson told CNBC, and some will remain on in advisory positions.
And you should see the insider selling, which has only intensified in recent months. Marketwatch gives a decent overview, but it is not a complete list:
And really, those “buys” you see on the list aren’t true buys. They’re not accumulating there. Those are options transactions that just get recorded as a buy.
Nasdaq has fuller summaries available: https://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/fb/insider-trades
And I’ll take this moment to remind you of the options trading strategy I outlined several months ago:
So… I’m hesitant to publish this article, because the title can sound very… clickbaity. I also WILL NOT be helping individuals figure out how to do what I’m about to tell th…
So when are we gonna drag some of them in to testify with subpoenas, Q?
A lot of people don’t realize that the internet started as ARPAnet with the creation of the TCP/IP protocol – a state-funded experiment at different universities first used for sharing research between scientists (before the inevitable realization was made that… hey, this kind of thing could be applied to all sorts of domains).
It comes as no surprise, then, that the intelligence community has been involved with the creation of several Silicon Valley giants – even funding projects to this very day:
I pulled what I think are the most important parts here:
Two decades ago, the US intelligence community worked closely with Silicon Valley in an effort to track citizens in cyberspace. And Google is at the heart of that origin story. Some of the research that led to Google’s ambitious creation was funded and coordinated by a research group established by the intelligence community to find ways to track individuals and groups online…
In the mid 1990s, the intelligence community in America began to realize that they had an opportunity. The supercomputing community was just beginning to migrate from university settings into the private sector, led by investments from a place that would come to be known as Silicon Valley…
The intelligence community wanted to shape Silicon Valley’s supercomputing efforts at their inception so they would be useful for both military and homeland security purposes. Could this supercomputing network, which would become capable of storing terabytes of information, make intelligent sense of the digital trail that human beings leave behind?
Intelligence-gathering may have been their world, but the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and the National Security Agency (NSA) had come to realize that their future was likely to be profoundly shaped outside the government. It was at a time when military and intelligence budgets within the Clinton administration were in jeopardy, and the private sector had vast resources at their disposal. If the intelligence community wanted to conduct mass surveillance for national security purposes, it would require cooperation between the government and the emerging supercomputing companies…
To do this, they began reaching out to the scientists at American universities who were creating this supercomputing revolution. These scientists were developing ways to do what no single group of human beings sitting at work stations in the NSA and the CIA could ever hope to do: gather huge amounts of data and make intelligent sense of it…
By the mid 1990s, the intelligence community was seeding funding to the most promising supercomputing efforts across academia, guiding the creation of efforts to make massive amounts of information useful for both the private sector as well as the intelligence community…
They funded these computer scientists through an unclassified, highly compartmentalized program that was managed for the CIA and the NSA by large military and intelligence contractors. It was called the Massive Digital Data Systems (MDDS) project…
MDDS was introduced to several dozen leading computer scientists at Stanford, CalTech, MIT, Carnegie Mellon, Harvard, and others in a white paper that described what the CIA, NSA, DARPA, and other agencies hoped to achieve. The research would largely be funded and managed by unclassified science agencies like NSF, which would allow the architecture to be scaled up in the private sector if it managed to achieve what the intelligence community hoped for…
Over the next few years, the program’s stated aim was to provide more than a dozen grants of several million dollars each to advance this research concept. The grants were to be directed largely through the NSF so that the most promising, successful efforts could be captured as intellectual property and form the basis of companies attracting investments from Silicon Valley. This type of public-to-private innovation system helped launch powerful science and technology companies like Qualcomm, Symantec, Netscape, and others, and funded the pivotal research in areas like Doppler radar and fiber optics, which are central to large companies like AccuWeather, Verizon, and AT&T today. Today, the NSF provides nearly 90% of all federal funding for university-based computer-science research.
The research arms of the CIA and NSA hoped that the best computer-science minds in academia could identify what they called “birds of a feather:” Just as geese fly together in large V shapes, or flocks of sparrows make sudden movements together in harmony, they predicted that like-minded groups of humans would move together online. The intelligence community named their first unclassified briefing for scientists the “birds of a feather” briefing, and the “Birds of a Feather Session on the Intelligence Community Initiative in Massive Digital Data Systems” took place at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose in the spring of 1995…
By working with emerging commercial-data companies, their intent was to track like-minded groups of people across the internet and identify them from the digital fingerprints they left behind, much like forensic scientists use fingerprint smudges to identify criminals.
Track and identify criminals and terror cells. Not a terrible goal. I can see why the NSA was on-board.
The problem is the “inevitable” conclusion of this kind of “research” is the creation of the kind of “Citizen credit score” system they have in Communist China. Now, that probably wasn’t immediately evident in 1969, but you need to understand that this is far from being the only CIA-funded project. Facebook is another major one, but there are many, many, many of these. This kind of “research” hasn’t stopped.
The kicker in all of this, however, might have been the strategic placement of CIA assets at the head of these companies, unbeknownst to the NSA. Install your guys at the top, and even if the NSA has shared responsibility on paper, they don’t have shared influence.
Anon expands for us:
And if you’re going to get into this subject – you have to know the name Jared Cohen.
Cohen, at age 24, started as an intern for Condoleeza Rice, moved into the State Department’s Policy Planning group during the Bush Administration, and was kept on in Policy Planning by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. This guy basically honed in on the strategic use of Social Media to advance “American” interests, worldwide. In 2009, he had Twitter CEO @Jack hold off on system maintenance, in order to foment revolutionaries in Iran. He would later leave the State Department in 2010, and join Google (as the head of Google Ideas/Jigsaw), and the Council on Foreign relations, where he would co-author this piece with Google CEO Eric Schmidt, arguing in favor of the use of private sector companies to advance US foreign policy:
(And remember – if he’s on the CFR – he’s working for the Payseurs).
Julian Assange would later reference this article when writing his own: Google is not what it seems:
This whole thing is a surprisingly good read – and Assange shows off his skills as a writer. It’s worth your time, so despite its length, don’t skip it.
There was one point I definitely had to laugh at, however – given what we now know about Schmidt:
As the interviewee I was expected to do most of the talking. I sought to guide them into my worldview. To their credit, I consider the interview perhaps the best I have given. I was out of my comfort zone and I liked it. We ate and then took a walk in the grounds, all the while on the record. I asked Eric Schmidt to leak US government information requests to WikiLeaks, and he refused, suddenly nervous, citing the illegality of disclosing Patriot Act requests. And then as the evening came on it was done and they were gone, back to the unreal, remote halls of information empire, and I was left to get back to my work. That was the end of it, or so I thought.
Julian will then go through and document a list to ties between Google Execs and the Deep State – including, what should be for us, an uncomfortable level of familiarity with the NSA. In the end, Julian Assange would conclude by calling Google a “burgeoning digital superstate.”
This was written several years ago, and I think it’s clear now that Assange’s suspicions, while correct, still fall short of the scale of the treason seen manifested in reality. Google – at the bleeding edge of tech – metastasized during this time, courting and assisting #TheCabal in their insidious endeavors.
It wasn’t some spontaneous thing, either. It was an asset funded, supported, and groomed by the Deep State, for Deep State purposes.
And remember, it’s not the only one, and it still hasn’t achieved all its goals. Things would have gotten much worse, but for the election of Trump. They almost succeeded in the creation of their systems of human surveillance and control.
Beyond just the hidden Gmail drafts – and the server Eric Schmidt set up to facilitate these treasonous comms in countries like North Korea – we haven’t talked about his best bud, Eric Braverman yet.
I’ll let Anon do the ‘splaining, because things are about to get real incestuous in DC and Silicon Valley:
Now, this doesn’t paint Michael Cohen in a good light at all – and I’m willing to discard that part of this infographic, but the rest of it, well… I think you can see the connections pretty clearly.
Forget Dink -Green Mind. This is more my speed.
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This is an image of Seal Team 6, taken by the New York Times, in 2003.
So it’s not the Op that happened last night… but probably indicative of the kind of equipment and operators being sent in.
I wouldn’t want to be on the receiving end of that force.
You just gotta wonder who they hit, exactly.
And besides just being a cool synthwave-styled song, is really part of a concept album/band, meaning the music comes with its own story, viewable at:
One of the characters in the story is a dark lord, held back only by this magic sword:
It’s an archetypal tale, but one that’s rarely been set to music (at least, music like this).
Anons were quick to make the connection between this sword, and St. Michael the Archangel.
I think it’s an appropriate connection, and I pray St. Michael will accompany our operators in the battlefield, and guide them towards victory!
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