Is anyone else’s head swimming, trying to keep up with everything that’s unfolding, minute-by-minute? I had to step away for a bit. The news is one thing, but trying to keep up with Q, Anons, the research boards, and everything else… phew… It’s daunting some days.
And I can’t believe I missed this, but apparently, I caught MediaMatters’ attention a couple months ago:
While the unhinged conspiracy theory known as “QAnon,” or “The Storm,” has been gaining traction online among President Donald Trump’s supporters since October 2017, it was Tuesday night when it finally jumped to the mainstream in the form of shirts and signs that were prominently visible at a Trump campaign rally in Tampa, FL.
This was very funny to me, and the ex-boyfriend of James Alefantis (of #Pizzagate infamy) David Brock must be in an absolute panic to pay attention to little-ole-me.
Attached: actual file photo of David Brock, attempting to swim towards Epstein’s Island:
Alright, enough joking around! Let’s pick up with Q where we left off:
We’ve gone over some of the Red Cross’ more nefarious dealings in the past, but if you’re new to the site and surprised to hear that, yes, the Red Cross isn’t quite what it seems, you’re really going to have to catch up here, first:
The only thing I saw with regards to the Red Cross that was compelling enough to mention in (in conjunction with everything we’ve seen over the past few weeks) is Sen. Grassley’s Red Cross oversight bill, which he introduced in March, 2017:
Text for S.494 – 115th Congress (2017-2018): American Red Cross Transparency Act of 2017
If passed, the bill would basically give the Comptroller General unrivaled oversight over the entire organization, including access to all records, and the ability to interview anyone working with the organization, at any level.
Given what we know about the Red Cross from the previous article, this would throw a massive monkey wrench in #TheCabal’s pipeline.
One #Anon noted that they’ve been less-than-honest with their past financial statements:
For the Red Cross, 91 percent is a magic number. As ProPublica and NPR detailed in a story published today, the American Red Cross has often claimed that it spends 91 cents of every dollar donated on services. But that number wasn’t true and after inquiries by ProPublica and NPR, the Red Cross removed the statement from its website.
If you ask me, that looks like they’re having trouble hiding their “alternative” sources of income. Much like how Facebook and Twitter were being paid by the Deep State, and hid that cashflow under “user growth,” when that flow was subsequently cut off, they were forced to frame it as losses in their user-base, making for that spectacular stock dive you saw a few months back.
As for Grassley’s bill, it’s been sitting in the Senate Judiciary Committee (the same group that just oversaw the Kavanaugh hearings) since it’s been introduced, and well, nothing’s happened with it since. I imagine the bad actors in the committee would stall things in regards to it, and so, in order to get it passed, you need to remove people like #DiFiChi Feinstein, #Leatherface Blumenthal, and #OhNo! Hirono first.
Watch how fast the bill moves once they’re gone.
Moving on, here’s the link Q posted:
Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake surprised his colleagues on both sides of the aisle when he called for a delay in the Senate floor vote on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation, after releasing a statement earlier that morning saying that he would vote to confirm Kavanaugh.
But… yeah, Q, not buying it.
A lot of TV series follow the “will-they-or-won’t-they” subplot for a few seasons. The Office had Pam and Jim. Frasier had Niles and Daphne. As long as the writers’ room can milk that conflict for a few seasons, they can repeat their formula, keep the show going, and everyone remains gainfully employed for the time being. It’s been replicated dozens of times.
With #QAnon, it’s the “Is RR a White Hat, or a Black Hat?” subplot. It’s not that Q doesn’t know. It’s that he wants to keep everyone else guessing.
Well, by now, you know how I feel about this, and #Anons’ postings on the matter only further solidified my view:
Watch Feinstein’s confusion again, at the end of this vote:
Now, I don’t like Flake, but if there was someone ostensibly on your side who was known for being, well, a flake, wouldn’t you leverage that to your advantage when writing your new “movie?”
Something tells me if he was really as bad as some make him out to be, he would be underground with Sen. #NoName right now.
Nah, I think RR helped coordinate pulling a fast-one on the Dems. Flake played his role as bamboozler, and Grassley saw his opportunity and swooped in for the kill shot (there is no way they left that to chance). They got their quorum, advanced Kavanaugh to the Senate floor, and now, we’re just watching this FBI investigation play out.
Speaking of which, ImperatorRex had a good thread about all of that:
I think he’s correct, and yes, Imperator, your account will be banned outright, very soon.
Best make the full jump to Gab ASAP, and I know you already have an account: https://gab.ai/Imperator_Rex.
Oh, we’re watching alright.
Anons weighed in on what Q was saying:
Reminder that, according to #CDAN, Chris Evans doesn’t just wear a leather costume coughcoughahemcough on the silver screen:
So just… keep that in mind whenever you read anything from him:
Sorry, “Cap.” We don’t need your kinky-thinkin’ here!
I’ll be honest: I have no idea what crashes Q was referring to, here.
I saw a few posts about some smaller aircraft crashing, but certainly nothing the size of a 787 Dreamliner. These were like… Cessna-sized things, AFAIK.
Even then, the amount of crashes really didn’t seem outside the standard deviation. These little planes crash all the time.
So, yeah, Q. No clue what you’re getting at here.
If you guys know something I don’t, post it in the comments, but this is a big, fat blank for me right now.
This post honestly only served to give me more questions than answers.
Primarily; was Barlow a clown?
If not, did white hats make any effort to save him?
If they did, why did they fail?
If not, was he deemed unworthy/of too little value to be worth saving?
And I still don’t understand why they wanted him dead in the first place. Was it just to gain control of the Freedom of the Press foundation, by moving Snowden up the ranks?
Very little of the Snowden-related stuff makes complete sense to me, even still, because again, like the RR stuff, I just don’t know whether to take Q at face value or not sometimes, and I don’t see how he ties into things, still. Even Anons were confused by this drop, asking Q is Snowden was a “double-double” agent.
So that’s two big blanks for me, with this set of drops.
Called it on Gab a while back. With all the connections her family has to the CIA, she was bound to be an #MKUltra victim:
Honestly, it was her rocking back and forth in the chair, doing the baby-voice, and trying to appear all “cute” that just… it made me think of the “kitten” alter we read about a while back, even though there was nothing overtly sexual about it:
Elsewhere, Springmeier has said that sexual alters fall under the “beta alter” category, and all see themselves as cats, and there was just something in Ford’s physicality when she was delivering her testimony that reminded me of something cat-like.
Beyond that, there’s also this messy issue of hypnosis at play in all this”
If Christine Ford’s ‘Memories’ Were Recovered Through Hypnosis They Are Not Admissible in Court – Would Be Thrown Out
Guest post by Joe Hoft “Dr.” Ford is not turning over her therapist’s notes to the Senate regarding her suppressed memories about Judge Kavanaugh abusing her decades earlier. This may be because if they were obtained through hypnosis then they would be “absolutely inadmissible” in the court of law in many states, including New York …
And then there was the research paper Ford herself published about self-hypnosis and implanting false memories:
Trauma is a terrible thing. It can be devastating and its effects should never be played down in the public mind. However the phenomena of introducing false memories, or manipulating memories of those who have experienced trauma, is a subject that has been treated with kid gloves in the mental health field for decades.
This is all MKUltra territory, folks.
Senate Majority Leader McConnell delivers remarks on Kavanaugh hearings https://t.co/aZCZgXOey2
Three days left in the week. I certainly hope we don’t see the can kicked down the road yet again!
The Libertarian in me is shuddering a bit at this video (and Kavanaugh’s comments on spying on American citizens and 4th Amendment violations, frankly).
I never wanted the US to be the police of the world – and neither did the founders.
On Kavanaugh, I can compromise. I can’t realistically expect every single SCOTUS nominee to conform directly to each and every ideal I hold, and he seems like a good enough man. I would hope that Libertarian ideas they would be represented somewhere, of course, considering those Libertarian ideals are really just part of this country’s founding doctrines and documents…
But the Reagan speeches in the video just… they smack of globalism a bit too much for me to even pretend to be comfortable with them.
Now, I understand #TheCabal is global, which means our enemies are global, which means then that our response has to be global.
But billions of our tax dollars are still shunted to foreign nation-states who spit in our faces and return the favor with subversion. This is a scary line to tread, and we the people have very little recourse in all of it.
We usually just get ground up in the process, with our blood lubricating the gears of the state.
Now, some people are gonna get down on me for not going “Rah-rah! USA numbah wahn!” with the video, but these people haven’t followed me since the beginning (so they wouldn’t recognize my consistency in this), and are generally mired in basic-b*tch Conservatism; ie, the kind of materialistic politics that have spent the past 60+ years racking up loss after loss after loss, while effectively compromising on every important battle, and leaving a mess for the likes of my generation to mop up.
Look, the short of it is this:
Read some Bastiat, and then get back to me, Boomers.
You guys know how I feel about #QConfirmations. They’re… fine. They don’t really jazz me up that much, because there’s always that layer of plausible deniability they include in there. They’re never undeniable proofs, like #POTUS tweeting out, telling everyone to read QAnon.
They’re always… incidental, for lack of a better word. They kind of just preach to the choir. And that just keeps the scale of them too small to excite me at all.
They’re like little sardines, and sure, we’ve had a lot of them now.
If they jazz you up, that’s fine, too.
Like… Okay. The average normie is going to look at this (if they’re even aware of it – which… they’re not), and think it’s an oversight and coincidental. That’s what I mean when I say these proofs are “incidental.”
A proof, for it to really be worth anything, has to be weighty.
A good proof has to be tangible.
It has to be undeniable.
And you need to be able to slap every idiot within a 50 foot radius across the face with it until they crumble into a submissive heap. (Otherwise, you get these idiots who, for instance, to this day SWEAR up and down that the economic recovery we’re experiencing NOW is because of Obama).
Imagine, in your mind, the ideal proof as a 50-pound carp.
(I’m going somewhere with this, I promise).
If you were to slap someone across the face with a 50-lb carp, they won’t soon forget it.
All these little Q proofs? Where we dance around and go “Yay! Proof!” They’re fine and dandy, I suppose. But they’re little, itty-bitty sardines.
You slap someone in the face with a sardine, they get mad at you for making them smelly and uncomfortable and they never want to talk to you again.
And no, the quantity of “sardines” doesn’t compensate for the lack of impact here. You need a big proof to make a big impact.
I want to be like John Cleese at the end of this video:
#BOOM! QPROOF! WHAT NOW?!
That’s what I want to do.
Where’s a 300 lb tuna when you need it?
Now I want to know who Anon was…
Like, this poor guy. If you’re having trouble understanding my aversion of Reagan’s globalist soundbites, at least understand this: being the world’s police means more men like this will become gravely wounded (or die), fighting for people they don’t know, in countries not their own, at the behest of leaders who, until Trump at least, did not have their best interests at heart.
Heck, you can even write off my thinking as idealistic isolationism if you want, but at least understand where I’m coming from in all this – and at least have the guts to march off to Mohammabad Turkghanistan yourself, where you can get your arms and legs and face burned off by improvised body-bombs, instead of advocating to send some poor kid to die in the desert, just so you can maintain your status quo of mini-malls and Starbucks.
It’s the “All seeing Eye of Providence” at the top of the arrow, in case you’re looking for it:
Anon noticed Twitter was engaging in some symbolism of its own, too:
Two envelopes addressed to Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson have initially tested positive for the deadly poison ricin at the Pentagon’s mail facility, according to a report. The packages, which were delivered Monday, were intercepted before making it into the sprawling headquarters of the Defense Department in Virginia near Washington, DC, spokesman Chris Sherwood said Tuesday.
Not just Mattis, but Cruz, Richardson, AND POTUS, too.
Two pieces of mail delivered to the Pentagon mail facility on Monday have initially tested positive for ricin, according to a US defense official.
As long as they’re not Uniparty hacks, I intend to.
Looks like some red-state Dems flipped. And it will be interesting to see where Flake falls in all this.
But if this total remains accurate through the vote, well…
This could finally be that 300 lb tuna I was talking about earlier.
Don’t forget; the FEMA text alert is tomorrow. It starts going out at 2:18 p.m. ET.
Don’t worry: The government isn’t spamming you. The Integrated Public Alert and Warning System on Wednesday will send a test message to everyone using a phone in the US that runs on a network operated by a carrier participating in the the Wireless Emergency Alert system.
You have to love that Trump is, at least partially, commandeering the #Payseur’s infrastructure (AT&T) to make it all happen.
Gotta wonder what it’s going to say. Doubtless they won’t let the opportunity go to waste! We’re two days in! Let’s get #RedOctober rollin’ already!
I’m really thankful you have all allowed me to take this break over the past few days. I really needed it to just veg out, and recoup. I was burning the candle on both ends, and just needed to sit down, hang out, play some vidya with friends, and recover. But I’m back and feeling rather pumped right now for what’s ahead – and I think you can tell as much by the dramatic tonal shift in my writing today.
But, while I was gone, you may have noticed something was amiss. If you had been eyeing a shirt here on my site, and you had gone to click the links in the sidebar or at the end of one of my articles, you may have realized… hey! Neon’s store is gone!
That’s right! Threadless REMOVED my store!
When I pressed them why, they kept giving me different answers and beating around the bush. I could show you the whole e-mail chain, and you’d come to the same conclusion I did: they’re a bunch of #LunaticLeftists looking to censor all-things-Q-related.
This was also compounded by Voat trolls striking out against my account, and presenting false information to Threadless. So now, not only are they disgusting roaches on their own site; they feel the need to spread their infection all over the web!
So, what do I do now?
Well, you’ll remember my Redbubble store is still active, and has all the same products available! I’ve also notified them of the situation, so… I’m going to direct people to Redbubble for the time being!
At some point, I may just end up shifting everything to my own, private, interminable producer (if need be), but for now, Redbubble did great work in the past. So if you want to check out the offerings there, please click the image below!
I’ll be sure to change the links in the sidebar soon, and I thank you for your continued support!