Over the past couple of years, I’ve been called a lot of things. Notably:
More recently, its been things like:
Over the past ten days, it was more like:
And the most creative one of all:
That I was “pullin’ a Corsi” and that I was somehow a profoundly elaborate deep state operation months in the making.
None of these are true of course, but the most recent were, obviously, all in response to my most recent article.
I’ve picked up a lot of followers recently, so perhaps not everyone realized this, but no, I’m not always happy with what Q is laying down. I’ve given my honest reactions over the months on more-than-one occasion, and each time, the reaction from my readers and the broader community is the same. Some get mad with me. Most understand and stick with me. And then there’s a very vocal group that screams from the highest hill they can find that I’m a psyop. This was the biggest reaction by far this time (which kind of surprised me, because the previous article wasn’t NEARLY as harsh of some of my older ones) but I think some perspective is needed.
Here’s what I initially had to say on Gab, today:
It’s simple human nature: people are not going to have the same reaction to every single thing Q posts.
There has to be room in your thinking to allow some people to react differently.
With yesterday’s post – I was pretty clear: I’m still pro-Q. I still follow him. I didn’t contradict him.
I simply wrote out my criticisms and concerns. I expressed my frustration and my annoyance.
I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that, but I’m beginning to understand that some people simply can’t handle that, when it comes from me…
And that concerns me.
Obviously, I don’t want to disappoint my readers, or the broader community. But at the same time… I have to balance writing out what I’m genuinely thinking and feeling as I read Q’s drops.
And think about what you’re asking me to do, otherwise:
The alternative is to literally churn out propaganda 24/7.
I’m not here to do that. I’ve never wanted to be a propaganda channel. I’ve been covering Q for these 11 months because I used my head, recognized Q’s import early on, and I’ve been using my head ever since.
If my head starts telling me that I’m not liking what I’m seeing: I have a moral imperative to speak about that.
If I didn’t; I’d be lying.
Of course, there’s also an element of shilling going on here, too. The shills smell blood in the water, they look for their opportunity to attack, and pretty soon, it’s a feeding-frenzy, with regular old readers buying into the lies. An article like this can ignite a cycle which gets exacerbated – and I realize that. (I even saw BlessedToTeach jump in on this, and I was pretty shocked. Dude could have at least tried to reach out to me first).
But guys, I want you to know: it’s 100% fine to disagree with me on things.
I strive for accuracy, but I don’t hit the mark 100% of the time.
If I was annoyed by a post that really excited you… Okay! There’s nothing wrong with that. We’re allowed to have different reactions.
I had hoped I wouldn’t have to explain this again, but here we are:
There is a profound difference between expressing your doubts and concerns, and calling Q fake.
I did the former. Not the latter. Go back and re-read if you need confirmation.
Honestly, at the end of the day, the way I feel about it is like this:
I beat Backchannel17.
I beat EyeTheSpy.
I beat Microchip.
I helped establish the Payseur link.
My site is an absolute treasure-trove stacked to the brim with easily-digestible redpills.
Q has grabbed images from my site – same filenames and all – on at least 2 occasions.
But most importantly:
And Q has had ELEVEN MONTHS to call me out, if he wanted.
Do you really think he’s unaware of what I’m doing?
Do you really think he doesn’t know my identity, or what’s going on behind-the-scenes?
Of course he does. (Believe me, some guy with a WordPress blog isn’t dodging the NSA’s scrapers).
And like I’ve said before – Q is big enough, and understanding enough, to handle the pushback from little old me.
In fact, I’d go a step further and say that the kind of feedback I offer in those kinds of posts is necessary. It’s not the endless, vapid circlejerk you see elsewhere – and that alone is why it’s invaluable.
Imagine if your significant other was order Chinese takeout every day for a month. And at first, it’s fine. You like Chinese.
Then… you start to grow tired of it.
But you remain silent, hoping your significant other will get the hint.
They don’t. Eggrolls just keep showing up at your doorstep. Wontons are now sprouting from your ears.
You ask one day, “Hey, can we get pizza today?”
But your paramour stops you. “Sorry, already scheduled a a pork fried rice delivery.”
And you stuff down the Chinese food another day.
And then, one day, your lover comes in to surprise you with breakfast in bed. You think, “Oh, how sweet!”
That is, until you lift the cover and find a plate full of General Cho’s staring you in the face.
You might grovel and gratefully accept.
I’d decapitate my significant other with the tray and force-feed the chicken down their still-spurting neck-hole with chopsticks.
(That’s hyperbole, for the record. Just so the shills don’t start going “Oohoohooohooh Neon is violent!”)
Look – and I’m not trying to relate myself to any Saint with the analogy here, so… understand me in context here – but part of the reason the Gospels are considered accurate is because they make the Apostles look bad.
Peter disavows Christ and runs away out of cowardice, for instance.
The women (and this is BIG in the 1st Century Middle East) are the first to tend to Jesus’ grave – not the men.
The portrait it paints of the founders of the faith are often unflattering, at best.
And there are inconsistencies from Gospel to Gospel.
None of this is to the detriment of the faith; rather it supports the testimony of the Gospels as authentic, precisely because they are so human.
Rather than painting a picture of superhuman founders, it shows us the flaws of real human beings.
Rather than having everything line up perfectly from book to book, the differences reflect the differences you might see between eyewitness accounts of the same events.
These “difficulties” strengthen their testimony as true.
As such, if I really was a deep-state operation; someone hellbent on tricking you after 11 months of groundwork… do you really think I’d pull the rug out from you with a post where I voiced what was tantamount to mild frustration with Q’s posts?
Or would I just keep working, just keep stringing you along, just keep cheerleading and churning out propaganda you approved of?
That’s how you got the #FakeMAGA people like Posobiec and Microchip.
I have no intention of joining their ranks.
And while we’re here, I’d be remiss if I didn’t address the Voat drama now.
I’ve been attacked for a week and a half straight now due to the Voat drama, on all sides. And I’m really grateful Q finally stepped in and said something, and ordered what he order.
These mods right here:
You may be shocked to learn that these are the same ones who helped create v/TheAwakening.
You may be shocked… but you shouldn’t be.
What did I say in my previous articles??
I didn’t want to doxx anyone at the time, not even just a little, so I couldn’t name names.
But now it’s all public, so I’m not doxxing anyone. So shills – please – listen to me plainly, where you didn’t before:
You’ve got the EXACT SAME PEOPLE who helped create v/TheAwakening now running v/QRV.
And that’s good. Make no mistake. I still trust these people.
Go ahead and double check the archives of the articles, if you don’t believe me. Disgruntled Goats archived them enough out of sheer spite.
But you had to shill me to death for a week and a half straight before Q stepped in and put the issue to rest, so that you’d end up in the exact same situation; just ten days later.
And then I see nonsense like this being peddled by know-nothings who don’t have all the facts straight:
Qanon Requests New Subverse After seeing NeonGayRevolt Take All followers and Move them To Location where they can be manipulated and censored without reprocussions. | GreatAwakening
Voat – have your say
Now some may run and check the mod lists to try and say “AHA! Gotchya again, Neon, you dirty liar! The mods are totally different.”
Listen to me plainly: The current mods had enough on their plates running 8ch’s research boards. They delegated the task to v/TheAwakening’s mods in the hope that they wouldn’t have to do this all themselves.
But now, because no one was happy, you’ve gone and had Q place a double-burden on this trio’s shoulders.
I’m sure they’ll sort it all out, and figure out a way to manage everything (and I wouldn’t be surprised if you saw some familiar /v/TA mods return – though I haven’t heard anything officially along those lines yet, so don’t take that as gospel).
But basically, it goes down like this:
I try to step in and help redirect the community (IN THE EXACT SAME WAY Q DID TONIGHT), and I get crap for it for 10+ days.
The bitter irony is, at least one of these mods are no longer talking to me for the article I wrote yesterday, after receiving 10 days of unmitigated crap.
It works like this:
I try to help – I get crap.
I do my own thing – I get crap.
Damned if I do; damned if I don’t. Doesn’t matter what I do. I can’t please everyone.
What would you do, in my situation?
(Me, I’ve just got to be me. That’s all I’ve ever done. That’s all I can do).
And by the way, Q could have once again called me out regarding my efforts with the Voat migration. He could have done that at any point over the past 10 days.
Once again, he did not.
You would think some of you would be able to pick up on the pattern by now.
Guys, I’ve got an 11 months track-record of honesty and sincere efforts here. Q could have called me out at any point during these past 11 months if he wanted to, but instead, he’s done things like rip images off my site, and confirm major research.
The main takeaway I want you to come out of this with is this: People are going to naturally have differences of opinions on Q’s drops. We don’t have to march in lockstep here. That doesn’t mean we’re now mortal enemies.
To be perfectly honest, I was hoping people would approach all this logically.
I was expecting a bit more from people in the way of loyalty.
Perhaps I expected too much.
Let’s do what I always said I would do, and get into #NewQ:
POTUS ultimately has the authority to declassify everything. He doesn’t need to wait for these people, if he doesn’t want to.
Once Kavanaugh’s confirmation is out of the way, I expect the declass, shortly thereafter.
That said… we might have to wait a while…
Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley late Friday night granted another extension to Christine Blasey Ford to decide on whether she will testify to the committee. The new deadline was unclear, but Ford had requested that a 10 p.m. ET Friday deadline be extended until Saturday.
Looks like Trump is sowing dissension in the ranks of our foreign adversaries with a bit of false info. Trump said “key Allies called to ask not to release.”
I doubt those calls actually happened.
It’s like the Mafia with the code-of-silence. It only works if no one’s ratting out the others. But if someone rats, well… the others start to panic and try to position themselves. Frantic phone calls, emails, texts, etc.
And again, recall Trump’s recent Executive Order:
Executive Order on Imposing Certain Sanctions in the Event of Foreign Interference in a United States Election | The White House
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.) (IEEPA), the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.) (NEA), section 212(f) of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 (8 U.S.C.
I have been writing a lot about the power of a big-choice election in November. This week, Texas Republicans won a special election for a state Senate seat in a district along the Mexican border. Every Republican campaign in the country should study this race carefully.
This portends well for us. Maybe I was too negative yesterday about Trump’s endorsement of Jay Webber…
So every Republican candidate, campaign, professional and activist should look carefully at this Republican victory in Texas. They should realize that election night on Nov. 6 could be an even bigger upset – with even more shocking and decisive Republican victories – than election night 2016 was.
This upset can take place:
If we have the courage to make the November midterm a big-choice election.
If we have the courage to campaign on issues that the American people support – even if the liberal media hates them and despises us for raising them.
If we are willing to go into every neighborhood and every precinct and appeal to every American of every background.
If we are willing to challenge liberal lies and distortions head-on and force the left to admit they are not true.
If we do this at the national level, in the media, and at the local level in each campaign.
If we pick up the big-choice themes that President Trump is beginning to lay out (note his recent rally speech in Montana).
These are the lessons of the great victory in the Texas State Senate District 19 special election. It is not based on a theory. It is based on real victories, in real elections.
Now, we must believe act and fight. Victory in November is there for the earning.
From Newt’s lips to God’s ears.
Maybe this is why Q keeps saying “You have more than you know.”
Sometimes I wonder if he thinks we don’t understand.
I mean… I understood this drop. I’ve just been waiting for the world to catch up, as I’m sure you’ve been, too.
I think my whitehat theory is officially dead with this drop. But I betchya Roddy was blindsided by this:
WASHINGTON – The deputy attorney general, Rod J. Rosenstein, suggested last year that he secretly record President Trump in the White House to expose the chaos consuming the administration, and he discussed recruiting cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Mr. Trump from office for being unfit.
WASHINGTON — The deputy attorney general, Rod J. Rosenstein, suggested last year that he secretly record President Trump in the White House to expose the chaos consuming the administration, and he discussed recruiting cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Mr. Trump from office for being unfit.
Mr. Rosenstein made these suggestions in the spring of 2017 when Mr. Trump’s firing of James B. Comey as F.B.I. director plunged the White House into turmoil. Over the ensuing days, the president divulged classified intelligence to Russians in the Oval Office, and revelations emerged that Mr. Trump had asked Mr. Comey to pledge loyalty and end an investigation into a senior aide.
To Mr. Rosenstein, the hiring process was emblematic of broader dysfunction stemming from the White House. He said both the process and the administration itself were in disarray, according to two people familiar with the discussion.
Mr. Rosenstein then raised the idea of wearing a recording device, or “wire,” as he put it, to secretly tape the president when he visited the White House. One participant asked whether Mr. Rosenstein was serious, and he replied animatedly that he was.
If not him, then Mr. McCabe or other F.B.I. officials interviewing with Mr. Trump for the job could perhaps wear a wire or otherwise record the president, Mr. Rosenstein offered. White House officials never checked his phone when he arrived for meetings there, Mr. Rosenstein added, implying it would be easy to secretly record Mr. Trump.
Mr. Rosenstein mentioned the possibility of wearing a wire on at least one other occasion, the people said, though they did not provide details.
The suggestion itself was remarkable. While informants or undercover agents regularly use concealed listening devices to surreptitiously gather evidence for federal investigators, they are typically targeting drug kingpins and Mafia bosses in criminal investigations, not a president viewed as ineffectively conducting his duties.
In the end, the idea went nowhere, the officials said. But they called Mr. Rosenstein’s comments an example of how erratically he was behaving while he was taking part in the interviews for a replacement F.B.I. director, considering the appointment of a special counsel and otherwise running the day-to-day operations of the more than 100,000 people at the Justice Department.
I had a feeling at the time that Rosenstein might be the anonymous “Resistance” writer for the NYT a week ago – although, admittedly, I tried to suss out a “whitehat” angle from it:
The Times is taking the rare step of publishing an anonymous Op-Ed essay. We have done so at the request of the author, a senior official in the Trump administration whose identity is known to us and whose job would be jeopardized by its disclosure.
He did write another article around the same time, remember, possibly as a cover for any electronic communications he was having with the NYT:
letters To the Editor: Decriminalizing drug use raises understandable fears, but these fears are not supported by evidence, readers say. Re ” The Dangers of ‘Safe Injection’ ” (Op-Ed, Aug. 28): We are the students who helped organize the mock safe injection site depicted alongside Deputy Attorney General Rod J.
Needless to say, it’s looking worse and worse for Roddy.
Oh, almost forgot. Here’s the Twitter cap, and one response I liked:
So Trump, because he has the “Democratic playbook,” (whatever that might be; I doubt it’s a literal book) can’t fire Rosenstein, outright. That would be playing into their hands. They’ve been waiting for him to do that, in fact, like a hunter waiting for their quarry to fall into a snare.
Trump has to work around it, and will work around it with declassing the FISA warrant.
I wonder how he’ll actually end up leaving, though. Will Sessions be the one to pull the trigger?
(Kinda hope so, because I don’t see RR stepping down).
Swamp in the killbox. I like that.
It’s always good practice to avoid meeting with those disloyal to you.
Loyalty is in very short supply these days.
I had heard reports of this before, but now Q confirmed it.
It’s also why he drew attention to VIP anon last night. He was someone they could quickly vet, and allow in with his QAnon shirt.
Omarosa Manigult Newman, the former White House official, will reportedly release another tape recording on Monday that includes multiple individuals “high up in the administration,” PageSix reported on Thursday. Manigult Newman will appear on “The View,” the report said. It is unclear who the individuals on the recording will be, the sources said.
Omarosa Manigult Newman, the former White House official, will reportedly release another tape recording on Monday that includes multiple individuals “high up in the administration,” PageSix reported on Thursday.
Manigult Newman will appear on “The View,” the report said. It is unclear who the individuals on the recording will be, the sources said.
Hard to tell with this one. #CDAN believes she killed Michael Clarke Duncan, but it’s hard for me to believe that, given she had a background check and worked in the White House. Yes, this is straight out of the Democratic playbook… but is she a strategic plant? Or a turncoat?
Once again, loyalty is in very short supply, these days, so I wouldn’t be surprised if she was yet another #Resistard.
Bloomberg links never embed, so here’s a text link:
BUT GUYS! GUYS!
It was just all just joke! You know, one of those really funny ones! Can’t you see it?! Where’s your sense of humor?!
Hey Q, can you please remind Schumer what the White House bathroom looks like again?
I think old Schmuckie needs a reminder.
NSA is tracking his every move.
Come on, how can Roddy be so stupid? You would think he would at least try delivering a letter or something, before resorting to electronic communication.
Get smoked, Roddy, you traitor.
I would love to see Sneering Closet-Wahhabist Brennan get taken down by Lynch’s testimony.
Squeal, Cankles, squeal!
That’s the White House’s number:
I called. All I heard was someone pick up and say “The White House.”
(Sorry for bothering you Mister Late-Night-White-House-Phone-Attendant).
One anon did notice this from the rally, though:
At which point, I went, “Wait, there was another rally tonight?”
The man just doesn’t ever stop stumping:
But here is, I think, the ultimate correlation, spotted by an eagle-eyed anon:
This is what got me about the NYT story. Why would the NYT publish this just a few weeks after publishing that Anonymous Resistance Op-Ed?
Obviously, they caught a severe, chronic, and contagious case of “C.Y.A.”
It’s hard to redraw battle-lines on the fly. But that’s what an enemy does when it finds itself suddenly outflanked,
Oh wow. Is Q implicating McCabe in the Rosenstein-wire story.
That’s… profoundly demonstrative of a theme I’ve been hitting on tonight:
Loyalty is in very short supply, these days.
You’ve got to wonder what McCabe is thinking, though. Does he think that RR will be the fall-guy? That white hats won’t come for him if he throws Roddy under the bus?
Not gonna happen!
I sincerely hope so.
I’m glad Q chose 8bit to do this. It was a necessary move that cuts the baggage and allows people to start fresh.
You might want to consider beefing up Voat’s servers, somehow, Q. They can barely pay the bills, as is. I’m serious about that.
a community platform where you can have your say. No censorship.
I agree, but I’ve got a problem I’m hoping you can help me out with.
There is a dedicated band of users on voat who systematically downvote everything I say and post, and because of that, they’re effectively silencing me.
Here’s a recently sampling – and trust me, it’s all like this:
The problem with this is, on Voat, downvotes mean you can’t comment freely.
If you downvote someone enough, you limit them to 10 comments a day.
This brigade has done that to me over the past few days. For instance, they erased over 50 comment points today, alone.
Moreover, I tried to contact the site’s admin about this brigade – who I think is actually using bots to now target my account and every comment I make – and I can’t even send a message because…
You guessed it! Not enough comment points.
Like, I would have loved to have been able to respond to BlessedToTeach directly on Voat… but I couldn’t, because of this limit tonight.
So now, I’m really left with no recourse.
Obviously, this is not an accurate representation of how the community feels about what I say, at large. This is a brigade of angry, disgruntled, #hatebrigade exploiting a broken system in an effort to silence me.
So, do me a favor.
Go to my Voat comments, and help me undo the damage the #hatebrigade did.
Doubtless, this will get me accused of farming votes, but it’s not. It’s just hitting back at a hatebrigade that has systematically targeted me for over a week now, and left me with no recourse.
(I really would like to see them blown out of the water).
8ch isn’t going anywhere.
I suggest you learn to drink from the source, ASAP, if you’re not already:
Well, it’s official. I’m about to break rules 1 and 2 of the internet. And that’s okay, because extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures – and right now, we’…
In case it wasn’t clear, /v/QRV is where you’ll find everyone.
You’ve got the same people running the show now, as those who helped create /v/TheAwakening.
It just took you 10 days and Q’s approval for you to realize it.
I know we’re not always going to agree on everything, but I really do try my best. Maybe it was the shills that finally got to me. Maybe it was just exhaustion. I’m working on a lot right now.
I really tried to help, and it seemed it brought me nothing but headache and heartache. I’m not done fighting, but I’m definitely going to need some time to recharge from all this. Like I said throughout this article, loyalty is in very short supply these days.
I’m loyal to this movement – even when I have my moments, and I hope you’ll be patient with me.
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