I’ll admit it: I’ve been off my A-game for some time now.
I’m not trying to play the blame game here, but at least allow me the opportunity to talk about things from my perspective:
Someone mentioned it on Gab a couple days ago; they said I had “postpartum” depression following the release of my book. Upon further reflection, I think they’re correct. I had always heard about this happening to other screenwriters during my time in Hollywood. They would work on a script for so long – for many, it would be years of work to put 120 pages up on the silver screen – and afterwards, they would feel lost for an extended period of time. It was like they had this “baby” gestating inside of them and they put in all this time and energy into pushing it out into the real world, where it would one day have a life of its own beyond their control – so I think the postpartum analogy is correct here.
It doesn’t help that during this time period so many “Anons” decided to heap abuse on me for my efforts. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been called a “paytriot” or a “shill” or a “clown” or a “faggot” or whatever now. In the early days, I think a lot of this was astroturfed by actual shills – this was around the same time I had my initial Facebook page censored (this was very early in the Q-movement, remember), and then, a short while later, all of Gab was attacked and deplatformed (before making a recovery that can only be described as miraculous).
Forget that I helped debunk Microchip when he tried to derail the movement early on.
Forget that I helped move the Reddit community to Voat when Reddit brought down the banhammer on the community.
Forget that I wrote literally 500+ articles on Q.
Forget that I currently run one of the biggest QAnon communities on the web.
Forget that I confronted a literal “Religious Organization” who was trying to attach themselves to the Q movement.
Forget that I wrote what is, honestly, the most comprehensive and compelling “boots-on-the-ground” account as an Anon about the Q movement.
Forget that I exposed NBC, anti-Q “journalists” all over, and worked to help ensure the freedom of an American citizen who had been framed by the Italian deep state.
Forget the hundreds of other ways I’ve been intimately involved in this movement from very early on.
No, I sold some T-shirts to help pay for my server and said some meanie words to some bonafide idiots at some point, so that means I must be a shill/clown/paytriot/faggot/etc!
Now look, to a certain degree, this kind of stuff comes with the territory for anyone who attempts to accomplish anything. It doesn’t matter how perfect one might be; there will always be someone out there who hates you just because at the end of the day, they don’t like the look of your face. But for some reason, this really seemed to amp up during and after the book’s release. I was accused of “stealing” people’s research by people who had obviously never read the book, and generally just shilled against non-stop. One of the board volunteers takes time, whenever another Anon mentions my name on the boards, to go on a sockpuppet Anon account (instead of logging in and showing that he’s a Board Volunteer, to endlessly shill against me. But what really got to me was that so many Anons seemed to be buying into the, frankly, blatant disinfo about me this time around.
To a certain extent, I get it, but at the same time, I expected a much higher level of discernment from Anons.
I think part of that is attributable to a sort of “Eternal September” kicking in across the movement. What started out as a purely “Anon” based movement in the beginning morphed into something much more mainstream and normie-friendly – and with that was the move away from the thought patterns of weaponized autists, to normie-thought-patterns.
And this is something I don’t think a lot of Normies just fundamentally don’t understand. Anons originally went to the chans to escape society and find refuge with, well, other like-minded malcontents – ie, away from Normies who rejected them in just about every other single walk of life. We could talk about our hyper-niche interests, create our own memetic culture, and generally enjoy each others’ company and writings without being constantly judged (and rejected) by the outside world, by the people, the individuals who seemed to have no trouble whatsoever functioning in the outside world.
But what happens when the outside world suddenly takes a keen interest in the Anon world?
What does that look like?
Well, I think it looks A LOT like the QAnon movement in its current state. There’s a lot of noise, a lot of cheerleading, and a diminishing returns when it comes to discernment that frankly, leaves a LOT to be desired.
For me, it showed up as A LOT of normies in my own group and site yelling and attempting to lecture me for being the weaponized autist I am, instead of them realizing that they came to this whole movement late, and should learn to shut up, lurk more, and listen to those who came before them, and who are, frankly, much more capable in this particular arena of information warfare.
It was like the normies barged in to the space I had created, and demanded I suddenly accommodate them, instead of them being humble, reflective, and willing to learn and listen.
I’ll give you a recent example:
Recently, Q reminded us that the NSA gave us an open-source tool capable of decompiling the code used in, well, basically any app on the planet, for any platform:
I can pretty much say that back in the day, circa 2018, real Anons would have been all over this for days.
Today, there is a dedicated “Codefag” thread, with basically nothing in it.
The most I saw “Anons” produce was a notable link to a post on thedonald.win, which evidently a QAnon follower had posted there (given the name of the user was “wwg1warrior”) and they just blindly asserted that Ghidra could be used to unredact redacted documents.
The difference in the files from Schiff vs DNI is in the code. The redactions are "removable" using Ghidra. All of the
Spoiler alert: It can’t do anything of the sort.
See, there’s something of a belief among the compsci illiterate that computers are magic, and if you can just cast the right spell to hit the right buttons you can do anything.
Well… when you redact a document, the data that’s been redacted is basically zeroed out. You’re not going to recover data that isn’t there in the first place. But that didn’t stop this “Anon” from making this post and a host of other “Anons” from nominating it and posting it up in the notables, undoubtedly sending other “Anons” on a wild goosechase, wasting everyone’s time and mental energy. It’s a dramatic example of a loss of efficiency on the boards themselves and I have to suspect that most of the Anons involved in this are relatively new to chan culture – what Anons who have literally been lurking since 2005/2006 would call “newfags.” But these newfags are very vocal, often very poorly informed, and lacking in discernment. So all this to say – it was instances like this that, replayed a thousand times over the past six months – that really just made me want to throw my hands up and go, “Fine, let everyone fend for themselves.” If people weren’t going to listen, and all I was going to get for trying to help was sh*t on, why should I really bother to put the same level of time, energy, and effort into all of this? Let people learn the hard way, right?
Well… honestly, I just can’t do that.
And I know there are actually enough good people out there who will listen to reason. They may not be “autists” in the Anon sense, but that doesn’t mean we should cast them out (much as their posting habits might make me want to, some days).
But at the very least, I find it necessary now to combat some of the shilling against me, so I’m going to show you just three times Q has referenced my posts, in order to prove to any doubters that I’m actually legitimate. Normally, I keep this stuff quiet, because – despite “popular” belief – I don’t particularly like drawing too much attention to myself. The accusations of “Ego” come from my writing style, which is blunt and to-the-point in a way only a screenwriter possesses, and the reason I purposely write this way is to get out of the way of the complex material at hand. It’s funny, Travis View and the other chucklenuts at his podcast (which still hasn’t donated any of their 10k+ per-month donations to help with the ongoing healthcare costs of one Fredrick Brennan, I might add) put on this “noir” voice when they read my writing, because they are empty-headed and don’t realize that I’m actually, purposely employing a very particular methodology in my writing when I pen my articles – a methodology which has lead to insane virality and popularity. But again, contrary to “popular” belief, I’m not trying to puff myself up when I write, but bring extremely complex and high-level subjects down to a reading level that’s approachable by pretty much everyone, and I consciously employ a number of tools to get that job done.
Because believe me, I could wax loquacious with the very best of them if I so desired, and you would think I was the next Tolstoy. But I don’t desire that; I’m not here to be “seen” and the only reason I even have a “brand” in the first place is so that I can package up something recognizable on a regular basis.
Even so, I feel the need to re-establish my legitimacy in the minds of those who have been mislead and manipulated by the shills and the idiots and the newfags, before rebooting with Q, as I intend to do later in this article.
First, let’s start with an old example, showing the time Q ripped an image right off my site almost two years ago:
I took that screenshot myself, and posted it to an original article I wrote 4 days prior to Q reposting the image. I know this, because as an ACTUAL Anon who made a daily habit out of reading the boards (and who still does) – not just QResearch, but other boards like /pol/, the board this particular screenshot came from. I resized the window on my screen so I could take a screenshot that would work with publishing for the web in the format that I use, and yeah, Q referenced it 4 days later, pulling the image right off my site, and the rest became history.
Frankly, there have been A LOT of other examples of this kind of thing – not necessarily pulling an image, but riffing off a topic I’ve brought up (the Bill Maher/SNCTM posts I made on Gab are a great example, and one I’ve highlighted here in the past), but I’ll point you to two recent examples that, frankly, every single newfag and every single lingering oldfag on the boards missed while they were too busy being butthurt and petty.
First was when I referenced a tweet by BasedPoland back in February on the Great Awakening group over on Gab.
15 minutes after I post, Q posted the exact same thing, with a comment of his own:
Here’s a direct link to the post I made, so you can check the timestamps for yourself: https://gab.com/NeonRevolt/posts/103535122800597563
Secondly, there was the time I addressed the massive DDOS attack that 8kun suddenly found itself on the receiving end of back in February. I had been talking to Codemonkey (with whom, frankly, I talk with semi-regularly), and he had given me some details of the attack to share with the community:
(Gab’s search is still not quite functional, so I’m going to link to QAnonNotables here, who posted a screenshot that got shared thousands of times on Twitter, which he posted roughly around the same time I wrote it): https://twitter.com/QAnonNotables/status/1227460233573928960
Q then comes back about 12 hours later and drops a direct quote from me, even putting it in quotations:
That was the exact term I used to describe the attack, though I imagine Q probably rolled his eyes a bit as I struggled to translate into “normie” what little I had already learned from Ron. Meanwhile, Q, with his brain no-doubt expanded beyond the comprehension of mere mortals, complete with Matrix-style input jacks that allow him to access every single smart toaster in the world, already had a full picture of what was actually going on in real-time.
But given the popularity of this particular post as it spread on Twitter, yeah, I think it’s safe to say Q was once again quoting me here, once again without mentioning my name.
Look, I’m not one to toot my own horn. I don’t do what I do for recognition, and I don’t particularly want fame because that just makes life more complicated and difficult. And I don’t bring these data points to your attention to put words in Q’s mouth, either (so he can feel free to correct me if I’m wrong in my thinking here). But I see a trend where, at the very least, it looks like Q is observing what I post, and commenting when he feels the need.
Now some will flaunt the fact that Q has never directly linked to me in order to double-down on their namecalling, But I believe he’s never directly referenced me because not only am I an utterly imperfect misanthrope, but I primarily post on Gab, and if Q was to direct traffic to Gab, that may just work against his larger goals – namely, getting the word out on Twitter. (Again, I’m really speculating here, but at the very least, I think its fair to say that Q is keeping tabs on what is happening with Gab, where a very large community of QPatriots gathers and shares information daily).
It may also just be a sheer capacity thing. Sending millions of QPatriots to Gab might crash the servers for days. That will probably change in the future as Gab grows and gets better (speaking of which, Gab just did a gorgeous redesign, which is feeling very snappy and responsive these days. And they’ve got big hardware and backend upgrades coming, so I recommend everyone check it out) but right now, the Gab servers might be set on fire if Q linked a direct post.
Either way, I’m content to continue working on Gab.
And either way, Shills UTTERLY
B T F O
But the larger point I’m trying to make with this is that I was here, as an Anon, in the beginning of this movement. I’ve worked in it for a very long time, I have a deep and involved history in this movement, and truly, I want to do everything in my power to see it all the way through to the end. I want to finish this things strong. And as such, I’m going to be redoubling my efforts during these next few months.
Hopefully Q, and the rest of the community, will accept this.
But even if not, I’m still going to push forward.
To that end, I want to bring back regular articles, similar (though not exactly the same) to what I used to write. I want to shoot for 2-3 a week (though at times, there may be more).
I also want to start recording a podcast. These will be different from the articles (though I may end up recording some of these articles, because there seems to be demand for that kind of thing). I’ll probably end up publishing a traditional RSS feed here which you will be able to subscribe to through various podcast apps, and also probably on Youtube and Bitchute.
And I mentioned this on Gab, but I’m hoping to get Revolution Q2 done in short order as well. I’ve certainly got my work cut out for me.
While it’s clear that the whole Q movement started in the world of Anons, it’s not going to end that way. How can it? There’s just simply not enough actual, legitimate Anons to accomplish what needs to be accomplished. The job of the Anons now is to double-down, get as loud as humanly possible, as we double-down and become more intentional in our outreach efforts. Anons, I need you to really catch me on this point: All real Anons – not newfags, not establishment types, not anyone else but actual spergy, autistic, sh*tposting Anons who posess a real level of discernment, and who always trust (but verify) should be focused on stepping up their game in this, the homestretch. I want to see bountiful research rolling in once more, and actual gut-busting memes flowing like it was 2016 all over again.
Anons built this movement, and we can’t lose that, even if we are now vastly outnumbered by the Normies. That’s okay, they have their role to play in all this, too.
And if there’s one thing that’s become readily apparent to me over these past few weeks watching Q’s drops… it’s that we’ve truly now entered the endgame of this all.
Criminal charges are coming, and the collusion hoax/perjury trap set by the Obama-deep-state is being exposed more and more with each passing day. We can see the forces of good working their way up the ladder, as each new deep state apparatchik finds their crimes exposed to the world.
I’m not perfect by any stretch of the imagination. I make mistakes and blunders and poor decisions all the time, and the only thing I can promise anyone is that I’m doing my best to learn from where I’ve failed in the past and to not repeat the same errors (though I like to think I’ve contributed a lot more than what the shills give me credit for). This movement has affected me in ways I never anticipated, and I want to be here to help this movement in any way I can, just like I’ve tried to do from the start. I want to see this through to the very until the very end, and hopefully you all will find some value in that, as we enter this next phase of the movement, what I believe is truly the endgame.
Hey, by the way: anyone else notice that “Week 10” in the drop above happens after 4th of July weekend?
If you guys didn’t get a chance, please make sure to watch the interview Redpill78 was generous enough to invite me to help conduct with Judyth Vary Baker.
Judyth was the lover of Lee Harvey Oswald, and her story changes everything you think you know about the JFK Assassination, and the forces and people at work during that time. A prodigy in cancer research, Judyth was singled out, fresh out of highschool, to help a small team in New Orleans research cancer in a secret, CIA-backed facility, where their work was to form the basis for a bioweapon intended to be used to assassinate Fidel Castro. If you’ve followed my posts about Dr. Mary Sherman, or have read the book Doctor Mary’s Monkey, you’re already somewhat familiar with the backstory, but Judyth fills in all the blanks in her book, Me and Lee, with extravagant and heart-wrenching detail. What follows is a tragic story of love and loss that the world needs to hear:
I’m always thankful for the great reviews I receive on my book, Revolution Q. Here’s a recent review I really enjoyed reading: