My brother had his eyes focused on the TV screen as he leapt from edifice to rooftop in the game he was playing that night – though you wouldn’t have guessed that if you were to listen in on our conversation, given how much attention he was paying to the subject at hand: that the Clintons and other elites around the globe were engaged in human trafficking, ritual sacrifice, and cannibalism.
“Don’t you understand what that SOUNDS like??”
If only I could get him to mentally leap from one idea to another with as much aplomb as his on-screen avatar.
“There’s no way they could just GET AWAY with that! SOMEONE would have said SOMETHING along the way.”
My brother is, in a word, very bluepilled right now. I don’t say that as an insult, as he’s very intelligent and capable of understanding all this. He’s just not ready to accept it all, right now.
“I wouldn’t want to live in that world! IN-SANE” he repeated at me, raising his voice with each repetition. “Where did you even first hear of that? 4Chan? 8Chan? Some random forum??”
I tried to explain that he could look up most of what I was saying himself, and independently verify it.
“I won’t believe it until I see it in a CREDIBLE news source. Even Fox News!”
I tried to explain, best as I could: Epstein’s Island temple, how Laura Silsby was caught with 33 children she had abducted at the Dominican border, the tangled web of elites involved in this system, and more – but he wasn’t having any of it.
“You’re just using these communities as a substitute for real communities in your life. You have digital friends, not real ones. And you’ve always been into Conspiracy theories! You just go deeper and deeper into them. It’s not healthy, and I worry about you!”
Funny how, within 10 hours of that very conversation, Epstein would be found dead in his jail cell.
Upon hearing the news, my brother would go:
“What!? No… No way. How??”
And it was in that moment, I could tell… something had changed. It was like a crack had appeared in the wall. He may not have wanted to admit it then and there, but everything we had been talking about the night before suddenly came flooding back into his mind. I could see it on his face.
He wouldn’t admit it… and I can tell he’s still not ready to handle what’s coming.
Before we ended the conversation, he asked me:
“And what if you’re wrong? What will you do? Will you admit it and come out of all this? Or will you just go deeper, into crazier theories?”
I had to answer honestly: I’m not sure. But I turned the question around – since that’s only fair: What would he do, if he were wrong.
He said he’d be mad. He’d be disillusioned because he’d been lied to this whole time. But he still thinks I’m wrong, so he’s not just not at that point of anger right now.
It was a good reminder that really, you never “redpill” anyone – no matter how hard you try.
REALITY ITSELF redpills people.
Epstein suddenly dying was a moment of reality that caused an uncomfortable moment of dissonance for him that forced him to confront the narrative he previously assumed was true and “sane.”
I think there will be many more moments like this in store for my brother before he finally comes around to the truth and gets on-board with the #GreatAwakening – but bit-by-bit, reality itself is redpilling more people with each passing day. Even those on the far Left roll their eyes at the official narrative: that Epstein committed suicide in prison. Virtually everyone – not matter where they land on the political spectrum – scoffs at the official narrative surrounding Epstein.
And Epstein’s death, rather than slowing things down, has cause an acceleration in this movement. Now you have everyone noting how odd it is that Ghislaine Maxwell would appear in a “candid” photo outside an In-and-Out in California, reading a book about how various CIA spies suffered untimely demises around the globe – and every day, more and more people are waking up to the fact that – yes – there is a gigantic “Conspiracy” revolving around the world’s elites and a system of ritual abuse.
BUILDING THE ARMY
It’s been over a year and a half since Q dropped the post above, where he answered the question:
Why are we here?
Since then, Anons have become a finely-tuned, decentralized army of Patriots, who not only posses incredible skills of reason and deduction, but, more importantly, have been trained how to think, act, and move together. We can read between the lines, decipher the codes passed by operators in plain-sight, and react autonomously, as information is passed along from one Anon to the next; the ultimate resilient network.
I remember not that long ago, when we were not as well trained and less independent, many would lament periods of self-imposed, voluntary silence from Q.
Now, with 8chan taken offline, after the initial shock wore off, I’ve seen Anons begin to work to coordinate their efforts and carry on in a way I’ve not seen before. Oh sure, we’ve always come together on forums and such, but but we’ve always had Q around during those times.
Now, we’re functioning on our own, and keeping to the mission.
Which is something I think the Cabal wasn’t expecting.
With our “leader” ostensibly gone, and us effectively “cut off” from him – I think the Cabal was expecting us to scatter and fall away. For days, the #Quislings in the MSM – all the usual suspects – gloated about 8chan being taken offline. They thought they had claimed a victory, and now, it was only a matter of time before the movement would lose momentum and fizzle out.
That didn’t happen, and so far, there’s been no slow-down in the amount of research, or efforts put forth by Anons. True, we may not have direct comms from Q – but that doesn’t matter much. “Q+” still speaks. We still get intel dumps from the likes of John Solomon and Sarah Carter. We still watch for letters from Sen. Grassley, and declassifications from Rep. Collins. And we keep our collective heads on a swivel, paying attention to each little murmuration in the news – picking up on signals and ideas few others recognize – all as we eagerly await Q’s return.
Oh, and Q will return, because 8chan itself will return.
That’s not an “if,” but a when. To all the traitorous Quislings in the media tasked with following my writings – understand – 8chan is going to return. I know certiain things you don’t right now – and as much as it pains me to keep you in the dark on this matter, I’m afraid I must keep you languishing in your ignorance… because I’m not about to give you a free attack vector any time soon.
But mark my words: 8chan is already functional once more. As 8chan’s owner Jim Watkins said in a recent video: they’re down voluntarily until after he speaks at the House Homeland Security Committee on September 5th. And while we all know that’s going to be an absolute circus, what with the likes of Pedophile Rep. Jackson-Lee on the committee, mustering up every last ounce of faux righteous indignation to hurl from her desk – even as 8ch is, from a legal perspective, guaranteed safe harbor protections, as one of the last, truly neutral, free speech platforms online.
So I guess you Quislings have got three more weeks of “freedom” from Q, roughly speaking.
That is, unless Watkins drops a carpet-bomb or two during the committee.
After that: GAME ON!
Because here’s the truth of the matter: Every attack against this army, against our sites, our resources, our people only makes us more resilient.
Gab was the case study, last year.
The Cabal HATED that Gab was where I decided to plant a major portion of the QAnon community.
They HATED that I had found a base of operations, and was converting MILLIONS to the cause, with each passing day.
They HATED it so much they decided to leverage a deranged asset to not only post on Gab about going to shoot people, but then turn around and actually commit the horrendous deed against innocents worshiping in the Tree of Life Synagogue.
The Cabal shed innocent blood in order to go after its real target: Gab.com
Gab was deplatformed by every single service in rapid sequence within hours of the Quislings in the media gleefully running with the news; dragging the the memories of those who hadn’t even gone cold yet to parade them around like bloody marionettes, weaving their twisted tale – all so they could CUT OUT OUR TONGUES.
And it worked… for a little while, at least.
Gab went down for a bit, but soon returned – limping at first, but determined to rise again.
And rise it did. Since then, Gab has become near unstoppable, having finally switched their from their legacy codebase, to one which enables complete decentralization – meaning Gab can never be knocked offline – ever again. Even if the central Gab server went down again – I’d just spin up another of my own, somewhere online. I already have the codebase downloaded, in case I ever need it. And I’d import all my data, and open up registration, building the community all over again – keeping the signal going.
And the Media is slowly catching on to the fact that Gab is an important battleground in this fight. It’s why they’re freaking out over it now, in the wake of 8chan going down – because frankly, more than a few Anons know my work, and more than a few of them have decided to check out what’s going on, over on the Great Awakening group on Gab.
And they’re completely helpless to do anything about it, other than hurl idiotic slander its way to try to dissuade others from joining up and seeing what it’s all about:
Gab has experienced a huge growth spurt in the first half of 2019, a worrying sign of the spread of hateful ideologies and radicalization online.
Traffic to Gab’s website between January and July this year has grown almost 200% while unique visitors to the site are up 180%, according to figures provided by SimilarWeb to VICE News. The company, which estimates traffic based on a wide array of data sets combined with machine learning algorithms, says the visitor numbers for the month of July were just shy of 1 million.
Gab CEO Andrew Torba claims Gab had 1.8 million unique visitors in the 30-days ending August 7, and claims the network now has over a million accounts.
The disparity may be down to an influx of users from 8chan in early August, but either way, the fact remains there are now a lot more people using Gab than the 330,000 who were visiting it in January — and Torba believes that this is just the beginning.
One of those targeted was President Donald Trump’s son, Eric, after he began following Gab’s official Twitter account. Torba encouraged his members to mass-message the president’s son and urge him to join the social network.
But the broader point I’m trying to make is that we, the Anons, have become a highly trained, well-adapted army, fearsome to contend against, and formidable in battle. We punch much higher than our weight, and are an overwhelming force when coordinated. True, there was a time when we needed training wheels, but we are well past that now.
There’s a quote from Herodotus to which I’d like to draw your attention, which I’ve pulled from the Spartans in Darkness pdf Q referenced a while back, when speaking directly to Snowden:
The encounter was dramatized in the 2006 flick, 300, originally written by Frank Miller:
And after some molṑn labe…
They were finally met with that onslaught of promised “darkness” which they lit up with that laconic wit for which Spartans are so famous:
We, like the Spartans, are now in a time of darkness – with Q no longer able to speak to us directly for the time being.
But you know what?
I’m rather enjoying my time in the shade.
In fact, you might say…
…that I’m downright /comfy/ right now.
Because we Anons have trained for this moment. We’ve spent over a year and a half in intensive bootcamp, learning how to fight, preparing for this moment. And now we are here in the midst of battle. Our hearts will not grow dark when the skies darken, but like those brave warriors of old, we have learned to laugh in shade.
We fight until Q’s inevitable return.
And mark my words. It is inevitable, my friends.
Towards this end, over the coming days and weeks, I’ll be attempting something relatively new on the site, and that’s going to be publishing lists of “notables” on a daily (or nearly daily) basis.
I was inspired by what the QAnonNotables account on Twitter has been doing, and thought I could lend a hand in that direction as well – especially considering the boards are down right now and people are hungry for information. And I only scour the web all day for news along Q-lines, so who’s better suited to the task?
I’ll be drawing from all manner of sources, and attempting to add bits of info where relevant, so as to keep things focused and clear.
I’ll be publishing the first set of “Neon Notables” within the next day or so, so stay tuned!
#RevolutionQ BOOK UPDATE!
The book has officially gone to print!
If you need to update your shipping address and haven’t done so already – please follow the link below for instructions on how to do so. It’s important you get your correct address in ASAP, as I will be locking all orders soon, meaning you won’t be able to change it after I lock it.
Right now, printing and shipping takes about 3-4 weeks, so we’re looking at the first or second week of September, depending on how fast my team can mail them out. I was really hoping for an August release, but as you know, things got pushed back a bit with Indiegogo taking several weeks to first disburse the funds to me, and then some extra time needed for image upscaling and hiring a proofreader to come onboard and clean up any little lingering typos or grammatical errors. These were not initially planned for the book release, but I decided to pay extra for them, out of my own pocket.
I also upgraded the weight and kind of paper it will be printed on, so now everyone is getting 70 lb coated – which will work much better for the printing of the images, and just feels much nicer than other kinds of paper. It’s really one of the best you can get for books.
Your support for me in this has been tremendous, and I want to make sure that I’m delivering the best quality book to you guys in return. And you guys can’t see it while it’s happening, but I’ve been back and forth with my print team all week, finalizing everything, and I’m really proud of the way the book turned out. The final page count is 483 pages – almost an inch thick – and man… did it feel great getting to authorize my team to run the final typeset on the presses.
I started this project last May, in an attempt to take Q out of “cyberspace” and translate it into something tangible for the real world. It’s been a long, often exhausting journey, but