Haven’t had to do one of these in a while…
So for those living under a rock, #QAnon came back, and in a big way tonight, giving us over 30 new drops! There’s a lot to go over, so I want to jump right into it, but first, quick housekeeping:
Yes, that’s really me on Twitter now. You can find me @NeonRevolt. Gibs all ur follows plz.
Hopefully this puts any lingering doubt to rest.
ALSO, we had an amazing guest post published here on NEON REVOLT for the first time by Chris Deliso. If you haven’t check that out yet, please remember to do so. Lots of dot-connecting going on there:
Okay, let’s get into it:
So obviously, the big context for all these drops Q made tonight has been Epstein’s arrest. We’ve been waiting for a long, long time for Epstein to finally go down. If you want to read the charges against him, you can find them here:
Epstein has since plead “Not guilty.”
Of note was this particular section:
And I’m certainly not alone in thinking that “Young [Name] + [Name] certainly looks like blackmail videos. Which shouldn’t surprise anyone reading this, since we all should know by now that Epstein’s Island was a major honeypot with deep ties to Mossad.
As Stefan Molyneux noted on Twitter:
I posted many, many months ago on Gab about these Mossad ties and how they run from Epsteins lover (read: handler), Ghislaine Maxwell, through her father, Robert Maxwell (though I can’t actually access the post at the moment due to the recent Gab infrastructure upgrade).
That’s alright though, because I found this stunning piece which summarizes a book written on Robert Maxwell. What follows is a looong excerpt, but you’ve gotta read about this guy to get a sense of the level Epstein was operating at:
Book Review By Gordon Thomas and Martin Dillon, Carrol and Graf Publishers, 2002, 368 pp. List: $27; AET: $20. Robert Maxwell rose rocketlike into the stratosphere of international prominence, leaving a trail of sparks behind him as he burst brilliantly on the world scene.
Robert Maxwell rose rocketlike into the stratosphere of international prominence, leaving a trail of sparks behind him as he burst brilliantly on the world scene. As his brilliance faded with the collapse of his business empire, and the world’s attention turned to new events and crises, his name drifted into obscurity. The story of Maxwell’s life, however, far transcends the brilliant flash of public display.
Authors Gordon and Dillon resurrect the life of Robert Maxwell, reconstructing this man who was born in 1923 to Jewish parents living in the obscure Polish village of Slatinske Doly. As a young man, he transformed himself into an English gentleman and World War II hero who was decorated by Field Marshal Montgomery himself with the Military Cross for bravery under fire. In Great Britain, Maxwell climbed to dizzying heights of power, wealth and prestige.
His public life as a media baron paralleled the life of William Randolph Hearst in many of its details. At his financial apogee, Maxwell owned over 400 companies. From the ninth floor of Maxwell House in London, he directed his vast business empire, relishing his role as a potentate of publishing, communications, printing, technology, property, currencies, gilts, and shares. He bought companies and pillaged and sold their valuable assets piecemeal—always for a handsome profit. With his prodigious memory and his many minions, he managed to keep track of all his holdings, always manipulating them to his business advantage and the unfortunate disadvantage of his business partners, bankers and creditors.
Maxwell’s criminal activities began early in his career, culminating when the collapse of the Eastern Bloc set the stage for a feeding frenzy of fraud, deceit and theft of state assets. KGB and other Eastern Bloc intelligence agents—with whom Maxwell already had established contacts—moved into the business world following the breakup of the Soviet empire, and became the sharks that devoured the assets of state resources for their own ends. The underworld flourished, and Maxwell was there to help himself to a hefty 15 to 20 percent cut as he laundered their money through Bulgaria and Western banks. Soon, Maxwell had links to criminals who dealt in illegal arms, prostitution, money laundering, drugs, and contract killings—all of whom used Maxwell to launder their profits.
Probably the most audacious illegal business project with which Maxwell involved himself was Bulgaria’s Neva network. The concept was simple: plunder Western technology through secret agents, produce the same technology in Eastern Bloc nations, particularly Bulgaria, then sell the goods to the Eastern markets. Maxwell set up the companies to carry out the work, then laundered the profits through his network of banks. At its inception, Maxwell did not envision that Neva would grow into one of the most powerful crime syndicates in the world, embracing the Russian mafia, the crime families of Bulgaria, as well as those in New York, Hong Kong and Japan. All the companies Maxwell formed eventually would come under one name—Multi-Group—which controlled a significant percentage of global profits from gas, telecommunications, oil, gambling, and money laundering.
In contrast to his criminal pursuits, Maxwell’s life as a spy did not begin immediately. Following World War II, he dabbled in intelligence work at Berlin’s Spandau Prison, where he interrogated captured Nazi leaders and gained a reputation as a skilled interviewer. He was good enough to be offered a position with British MI6 as a “super contact person.” Maxwell did not accept the offer, however, and was soon classified by MI6 as a “Zionist—loyal only to Israel” and a person to be watched.
When asked to spy for Israel’s Mossad, Israel’s CIA, Maxwell eagerly accepted because of his great love for Israel—although the money he made in Israel was also to his liking. Following a visit to Israel Maxwell said that he had traveled everywhere in the world and Israel was the only place where he felt at home. In Israel he found the faith he thought he had lost. Viewing himself as a savior of Israel’s ailing industries, he shrewdly bought ailing Israeli companies and turned them into successful enterprises. Some of the companies became covers for Mossad. Maxwell also used his many contacts in the Russian government to work tirelessly to enable Russian Jews to immigrate to Israel.
As Maxwell made his rounds from capital to capital, meeting world leaders and exchanging gossip with them, the Mossad used him as its eyes and ears. The spy agency saw him as someone who could pass through any door in any capital and learn secrets to which even the Mossad could not be privy. Maxwell also become a source of information for his intelligence contacts in the Eastern Bloc, including the KGB.
Robert Maxwell traveled the world and peddled Promis, software the Israelis stole from Inslaw, the American company that developed the program.
Yeah, PROMIS, for those unfamiliar, was the software the NSA used in the 80’s, and the predecessor to the current PRISM software. Inslaw got screwed by the American government basically refusing to pay them for this new system, and the software got stolen by Mossad, and Robert Maxwell was the guy selling it around the world (with surveillance backdoors inserted by Mossad) to foreign states.
Promis could track data on any target subject by querying and integrating information from innumerable electronic databases, without requiring reprogramming. The theft took place when the Mossad’s Rafi Eitan traveled to the United States impersonating an assistant prosecutor in the Israeli Ministry of Justice in Tel Aviv and met with William Hamilton, the inventor of Promis, at Inslaw. After his meeting with Hamilton, Eitan immediately went to the Department of Justice, and, through serendipity, acquired a copy of Promis. Eiten then worked through former Mossad agent Ari Ben Menashe, who found Yahuda Ben-Hanan in California’s Silicon Valley to construct a back door to the program. This enabled the Mossad to monitor Promis and obtain the information the program developed as it worked for all who used it—friend and foe alike.
With the help of former Texas Senator John Tower, Maxwell managed to sell the software to the Los Alamos Laboratories, thus making Israel’s Mossad privy to the innermost secrets of American atomic energy programs. When Promis was sold to Credit Suisse, Israel was able to follow the money flows from any government or business agency that used the bank.
Eventually the Mossad adopted the same process used by the CIA to hide its own money distributions. Maxwell ultimately sold Promis software worth over $500 million to the intelligence agencies of Zimbabwe, South Africa, Guatemala, Colombia, Nicaragua, Bulgaria, Egypt, East Germany, Poland, Belgium, Turkey, Thailand, Australia, New Zealand and China, to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the KGB—all of whom the Mossad monitored as Promis developed intelligence for the benefit of the owner—and, unknowingly, the Mossad.
Eventually, however, all of Maxwell’s life trajectories ended in financial collapse and disaster. In his public life, his highly leveraged business ventures finally caught up with him, and he teetered on the edge of bankruptcy for almost a year. Because of this, the authors argue, he hit on the idea of threatening his Mossad handlers with public disclosure if the Mossad did not find a way for him to get out of his financial crisis. Concluding that Maxwell had outlived his usefulness, Thomas and Dillon believe the Mossad ordered his assassination. Three months later, on Nov. 5, 1991, Maxwell met his end some time after 4:45 a.m. on the aft deck of the Lady Ghislaine, as, on Mossad instructions, she cruised off Gran Canaria Island. Maxwell assumed that the Mossad was planning to deliver his requested $1 billion to be used to bail him out of his financial troubles. Instead, Israeli kidon slipped aboard and injected a lethal nerve agent into Maxwell’s neck behind his right ear. He was then thrown overboard.
Robert Maxwell was buried on Jerusalem’s Mount of Olives after Israel provided him a state funeral.
These writers obviously implicate Mossad in Maxwell’s death, but it should be noted that some suspect he was killed by the KGB. I haven’t seen definitive proof either way.
Of course, I mentioned this again on Gab in the wake of Epstein being arrested…
And it seemed some #Anons were paying attention, because one in particular dug up this interesting tidbit. On top of naming his one yacht the Lady Ghislaine (after his daughter), turns out that his other yacht, the Lady Mona K was sold to him by none other than Emad Khashoggi!
Small world once you get to the “top” it seems.
So with all this in mind, Epstein was, in all likelihood, working for Mossad to blackmail Americans at all levels of society and government, which as Molyneux noted above, would go a long way to explaining America’s schizophrenic foreign policy over the past 50 or so years. So blackmail tapes are well within the realm of possibility here – especially given the look Q provided us with when he opened up Rachel Chandler’s Instagram account for Anons last year:
Best interpretation I read for H, C, D, I are:
Horowitz, Comey, Declass, and Indictments. (h/t @Aiz3n on Gab).
Horowitz, then Comey = Declass.
Declass equals the start of the public awakening.
I love it.
Did anyone else jump out of their chair and throw up a fist in excitement? I know I did. Welcome back, Q!
Note the filename here: ChatterHealthBC.
Not hard to figure out what that means.
But boys… I think it’s time to roll out the meme magic again! Cause OOF, suddenly the Sax Man ain’t lookin’ so hot any more!
We’re losing him! I think we’re losing him!
Ahhh, 2016 Election-/pol/ was a Magical Place.
(Yes, surpassing even /k/).
I didn’t understand the H on this post, so… we’ll skip it for now and hope Q elucidates later.
On the topic of Berman, @GCR had this to add on Gab:
No wonder Rudy is looking so happy of late!
More than a few people on Twitter and Gab thought this was a nod to me because I reposted this photo to both sites a couple days ago, as you can see here:
And here’s the full-sized image:
Guys, I’m just going to say, I don’t think so. It’d be nice, but I highly doubt it. I think it’s just a nice picture Q was responding to.
Of course… the coincidences just kept coming, seeing as yesterday, I posted something very similar to the Qdrop that came next:
See for yourself:
Here’s a bigger version of that pic. I include it, because it’s excellent meme ammo.
So… two we’re at 2 “Qcoincidences” right now.
D5 coming back into play again, it seems…
Now… here’s a thought, and maybe someone can help me find the exact quote because I’m having trouble finding it, but didn’t Devin Nunes talk about declassifying “bundles” of documents?
What if there are five bundles?
Just a thought.
And you may notice here that I was moving back and forth between the boards and Qmap.pub to capture these screenshots, so forgive me if that annoys you, but Qmap was having trouble keeping up with the speed of the drops at the time I was capping these:
Here’s the article Q linked:
Attorneys for convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein touted his close friendship with Bill Clinton and even claimed the billionaire helped start Clinton’s controversial family foundation in a 2007 letter aimed at boosting his image during plea negotiations, FoxNews.com has learned.
Attorneys for convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein touted his close friendship with Bill Clinton and even claimed the billionaire helped start Clinton’s controversial family foundation in a 2007 letter aimed at boosting his image during plea negotiations, FoxNews.com has learned.
The 23-page letter, written by high-powered lawyers Alan Dershowitz and Gerald Lefcourt, was apparently part of an ultimately successful bid to negotiate a plea deal before Epstein could be tried for using underage girls in a sex ringbased in Palm Beach, Fla., and his private island estate on the 72-acre Virgin Islands home dubbed “Orgy Island.” Epstein spent 13 months in prison and home detention after agreeing to a plea deal in which he admitted to soliciting an underage girl for prostitution.
“Mr. Epstein was part of the original group that conceived the Clinton Global Initiative, which is described as a project ‘bringing together a community of global leaders to devise and implement innovative solutions to some of the world’s most pressing challenges,” read the July 2007 letter to the U.S. Attorney’s office in the Southern District of Florida. “Focuses of this initiative include poverty, climate change, global health, and religious and ethnic conflicts.”
“In a feature article about Mr. Epstein in New Yorker magazine, former President Clinton aptly described Mr. Epstein as a ‘committed philanthropist with a keen sense of global markets and an in-depth knowledge of 21st century science,’” Epstein’s lawyers wrote. “President Clinton reached this conclusion during a monthlong trip to Africa with Mr. Epstein, which Mr. Epstein hosted. The purpose of that trip was to increase AIDS awareness; to work toward a solution to the AIDS crisis; and to provide funding to reduce the costs of delivering medications to those inflicted with the disease.”
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, which obtained the data from the whistle-blower, documented $81 million being routed from HSBC Swiss accounts to The Clinton Foundation, including money from Epstein.
And of course, Q had to bring up #SlickWilly’s attempt at damage control in the wake of the Epstein arrest:
Here’s the linked article:
Former President Bill Clinton claimed in a statement Monday that he knows nothing about the pedophilia charges filed against financier Jeffrey Epstein. A spokesman for the former president, who flew on Mr. Epstein’s Boeing 727 more than 20 times, said in a statement first reported by Fox News, that he “knows nothing” about the “terrible crimes” linked to Mr. Epstein.
Former President Bill Clinton claimed in a statement Monday that he knows nothing about the pedophilia charges filed against financier Jeffrey Epstein.
A spokesman for the former president, who flew on Mr. Epstein’s Boeing 727 more than 20 times, said in a statement first reported by Fox News, that he “knows nothing” about the “terrible crimes” linked to Mr. Epstein.
The statement downplayed the extent of Mr. Clinton’s ties to the accused pedophile and said the trips had been tied to work with the Clinton Foundation.
“Staff, supporters of the foundation, and his Secret Service detail traveled on every leg of every trip. He had one meeting with Epstein in his Harlem office in 2002, and around the same time made one brief visit to Epstein’s New York apartment with a staff member and his security detail. He’s not spoken to Epstein in well over a decade, and he has never been to Little St. James Island, Epstein’s ranch in New Mexico, or his residence in Florida,” it said.
Mr. Clinton, according to a 2016 Fox report citing court documents, flew on the tricked-out “Lolita Express” plane 26 times.
Slick Willy did not have sex with those (underage) women! Ya just gotta believe Ol’ Bubba!
But of course, the Times then turns around and, predictably, tried to make Trump the “real” bad guy in all this:
President Trump also reportedly flew once on the Lolita Express and, in a 2002 interview, acknowledged social contact with Mr. Epstein.
“I’ve known Jeff for 15 years. Terrific guy. He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side,” Mr. Trump told New York magazine at the time, years before his political career.
We’ll talk about that claim more in a moment.
I’d like to see some of those long-promised Tarmac tapes get strategically dropped soon.
Anyone know where this is?
Gut tells me Texas. Just a guess, though.
And do I have to say it for this next drop?
Yes. Yes, I do.
Told ya so!
In yet another case of Q eerily echoing my drops, here’s what I posted just a day before Q, taking a cue from an old #CDAN drop:
That’s 3 “QCoincidences” now, for those still keeping track at home.
And my long-time readers will know, this kind of thing happens a lot.
Regardless, as soon as Q confirmed this Anons started digging on Wexner.
Wexner is a billionaire most famous for owning “L Brands” which currently owns Victoria’s Secret and Bath and Body Works. It previously also owned Lane Bryant, Abercrombie and Fitch, Structure, and The Limited, but has since sold off those brands (and a number of others).
So think basic, generic Mall trash. They were basically one Hot Topic and one Spencer’s Gifts away from owning everything but the food court in most American malls.
(And sidenote here: People know Victoria’s Secret models basically all go “yachting” on the side to make lots of money… right? “Yachting” is code for prostitution in international waters, usually with very rich Saudi oil men. They’re not the only ones who do it. A lot of actresses run the yachting circuit as well. Megan Markle was supposedly another, and there were a number of topless photos that leaked out seemingly confirming this.
(So if you ever wonder why the Royals don’t seem to like her, well… this kind of stuff is why).
But back to Wexner.
The CDAN tells us Epstein got rich by running a scam – which hit Wexner, but Epstein decided to ingratiate himself to Wexner by repaying him back. He also managed Wexner’s money for a number of years, and Wexner eventually gave Epstein his NYC home.
Wexner was also a major Republican donor for a long time, giving $250,000 to a Mitt Romney Super-Pac in 2012, but has since left the party in the wake of Trump.
Here’s some of what Anons turned up on Wexner in the process of digging, starting with the “Justice” brand of clothing at the Limited:
Anons then soon discovered the Wexner Foundation:
Abigail Wexner seems to be the wife Enty mentioned in the CDAN drop above, but despite the horrible marriage, she’s known as a Clinton bundler:
There’s also the issue of Wexner’s previous company, The Limited (which his Russian immigrant parents started), using an airline owned by the #CIA to move product from Hong Kong.
And finally, there seems to be a potential Bronfman connection:
So yeah, Wexner is a big player in all of this.
Expect to see him go down following Epstein.
Q is pulling these names from Epstein’s “Black Book” – the flight logs showing who flew where on the so-called “Lolita Express.”
Both Kit and Geraldine flew with Epstein from JFK to Monterey:
Honestly, if you want to go down this rabbit-hole, the best place to start is over on #Pizzagate subverse over on Voat, where they uncovered some staggering stuff about 4 months ago regarding Kit Laybourne and Jeffrey Epstein:
New Dig! Kit Laybourne — Why is this childrens animation producer on the Epstein flight manifest? | pizzagate
Voat – Have your say
Here’s an archive:
https://voat.co/v/pizzagate/3072826: New Dig! Kit Laybourne — Why is this childrens animation producer on the Epstein flight manifest? | pizzagate
voat.co: Voat – Have your say
And I want to point your attention to one lengthy comment from /u/NOMOCHOMO, who connects the Laybournes to Dan Schneider.
EDIT 3: “TALKING SEX…with your KIDS”
HBO Doc written, directed, and produced by Kit Laybourne in 1982
Kit & Gerry Laybourne and Jeffrey Epstein both donated in 1995 to the Brooklyn Academy of Music/The Dance Theater of Harlem, (which has ties to Bill Cosby)
Dance Theatre of Harlem’s television credits include European and American airings of A Streetcar Named Desire, and an NBC special featuring Giselle, with Bill Cosby as host.
@vindicator @shewhomustbeobeyed @carmencita @asolo I have been aware of this for some time, and have been fleshing out some research. If you know my alt on CDAN, i did a lot of research on the history of nickelodeon.
there is a lot of smoke surrounding the laybourne family: She is an education psychologist, He is an animator. Together they are a perfect team for designing indoctrinating children’s tv
A. 2002 Monterey California “Billionaires Dinner”. This is the reason Kit and Gerry flew on Epstein’s plane. Both were guests/Epstein flew them to Monterey.
Photo Proof: (https://imgoat.com/uploads/74ad4786c3/203513.png (Note Rupert Murdoch, Jeff Bezos, Stephen Pinker, etc) Gerry is not featured in the photo on epstein’s plane, but is in another photo at the dinner
B. Gerry Laybourne is the reason Nickelodeon gave Dan Schneider a show. When his show tested poorly, Laybourne picked it up anyway.
Dan Schneider: I didn’t have any big expectations for All That because, at the time, I knew almost nothing about the world of kids TV. Creating All That was a ton of fun and I gave it my best because I wanted it to be good and successful. But I just considered it a temp job. I was an actor. I never thought becoming a writer/producer would turn into a full-time thing for me.
Anyways, after we made the All That pilot, about six months went by and I didn’t hear much of anything from Brian or the network. At some point, I called Brian and asked him if the network was planning to pick up the show. He wasn’t sure. Then I heard that the pilot “hadn’t tested great.” You see, whenever you make a new TV pilot, the network tests the show with focus groups. So, for All That, they got a bunch of kids—boys, girls, different age groups—and they let them watch the show, and then moderators ask them questions, sort of like a group review. I actually still have the results from those tests. Basically, the people who ran the testing wrote a report—a summary—and they said that while kids might like some aspects of the show, overall, kids wouldn’t like All That. I think that’s why nothing happened for six months. The pilot only tested “so-so,” so the network was nervous about picking it up.
Then, if I recall correctly, I heard that the president of Nickelodeon (at the time), a woman named Geraldine Laybourne, watched the All That pilot and loved it. She said something like, “This show is great. Why haven’t we picked this up yet? Let’s make it.” Next thing I knew, we were back in Orlando, where we’d shot the pilot, and we were making a bunch of episodes of All That. It was a blast. I loved every minute of it.
C. Gerry and Kit applauded their children’s “comical” celebration of incest:
Emmy Laybourne took the stage with her younger brother, Sam. It was a benefit night at the Kitchen for the Center for Discovery, a camp for people with severe disabilities, and the audience wasn’t the usual alternative comedy crowd, but men in suits and women in cocktail dresses. A tape started playing a schmaltzy melody, and Ms. Laybourne, dressed in a sleeveless red top and long black skirt, began to sing lyrics she’d written: “We could walk on sandy beaches,” Emmy began innocently enough. “We could backpack through Europe,” Sam responded.
Soon brother and sister were chiming in on a disturbing chorus: “But we can’t make love–because we are related! It’s taboo for me and you!” They danced lasciviously with each other, then backed off guiltily.
In the audience were the Laybournes’ mother and father–Geraldine Laybourne, the former head of Nickelodeon and now potentate of the new women’s cable and Internet channel, Oxygen, and Kit Laybourne, the former head of the Colossal Pictures animation studio who is now developing programming for Oxygen.
The little duet kept going: “I used to watch you sleeping when you were a little child,” sang Emmy. “And I thought to myself as I saw you, so weak, so defenseless–man, it would be wild!” To which Sam replied: “I used to watch you bathing when you went through puberty. And I thought to myself as I saw you emerge from the water–why can’t she be with me?”
At the end of the number, the Laybourne parents applauded loudly for Emmy’s paean to incest. What parent wouldn’t be proud?
“She was born creative,” Geraldine Laybourne said after the show. “She really didn’t have a choice. This poor kid was tortured. She and Sam used to say, ‘Please, Mom, no more TV!’”
D. The Laybournes filmed neighborhood children getting covered in slime in their basement in the 1980’s….
She rearranged Nickelodeon with the force of a tornado, starting as a consultant at the network launch in 1979. After getting a master’s degree in elementary education at the University of Philadelphia, she formed an independent production studio and, with her husband, Kit, an independent filmmaker, was creating pilots for the network. The following year, Laybourne joined as a programming manager and was elevated to general manager in 1986. At the time, Nickelodeon was losing $10 million a year as a commercial-free channel with the lowest ratings in cable. It was the “spinach channel,” bitter tasting–but good for kids.
Guided by rigorous focus groups with children, Laybourne honed a philosophy for the network based on the mind-set that growing up is tough. But the network had little money for developing programs to help kids cope, so Laybourne bought cheap old shows and packaged them to look cool. She started accepting advertising and retooling the economics of production to make originals affordable. Game shows came first, with “Double Dare” debuting in 1986, shattering the myth that kids would only watch animation. She produced the show with neighborhood kids in the basement of her New Jersey home.
E. Creepy line from Kit Laybourne
A sense of community is still a part of their life. At their vacation house 45 minutes outside Telluride, the Laybournes built two oversized bunk beds in the living room, with curtains that can be drawn for privacy. (Their own bed is in another room, on rollers, railroad-style, so that they can sleep under the stars on the balcony at the end of the tracks.) Kit says weekend guests love the bunk beds: “There is something lewd about adults sleeping together in one room.”
This is just what I remember, I’ll check some of my stuff and see if I found anything else.
Edit: I believe that “safe spaces” were first pushed by nickelodeon, along with other progressive-facist concepts
Geraldine Laybourne, the educator who led Nickelodeon during its formative years, shares the story of her first visit to the set of Linda Ellerbee’s groundbreaking Nickelodeon news program. “Linda had posted a sign that said ‘Question Authority.’ I told her to take it down… and replace it with a sign that said ‘Question Everything.'”
When Nickelodeon was launched in 1990, the network issued a Declaration of Kids’ Rights that, in many ways, serves as the mantra that The Hooked Up Generation grew up with and that defines how they perceive their rights and entitlements.
Nickelodeon’s Declaration of Kids’ Rights June 7, 1990 In the course of history, it has become pretty clear that all people are born with certain inalienable rights; among them life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. But these rights haven’t always applied to kids. And that stinks! Now, 200 years after the creation of America’s Bill of Rights, this declaration proclaims to the world that you have rights too:
You have the right to be seen, heard and respected as a citizen of the world.
You have the right to a world that’s peaceful and an environment that’s not spoiled.
You have the right to be treated with equality; regardless of race, religion, nationality, sex, personality, grades or size.
You have the right to make mistakes without someone making you feel like a jerkhead.
You have the right to be protected from harm, injustice and hatred.
You have the right to an education that prepares you to run the world when it’s your turn.
You have the right to your opinions and feelings, even if others don’t agree with them.
“When we first came up with the mission to connect with kids and connect kids with each other through the world of entertainment, we were less a cable TV network and more a philosophy,” Gerry Laybourne explains. “We had a wide range of TV including Linda’s news programs that covered topics like AIDS and the Gulf War, game shows like Double Dare, cartoons like Doug and Rugrats, live action shows like Clarissa and All That. We encouraged kids to try new things and supported them when they didn’t succeed.”
So yeah, lots going on here with the “Slime Network,” going back decades.
Oh, and a side-note for the Voat-goats who may be reading this: I really am on your side. I realize the transition from Plebbit to Voat was a painful one, but given some recent “revelations” that have taken place on Voat regarding certain mods and certain accounts, most of you should look back and try to see exactly what those who have now been exposed were falsely slinging my way.
I won’t be returning to Voat, since the reactionary mob there – driven by the lies of bad actors and a mass shilling effort – have basically crippled my account by giving it -505 comment contributions points (meaning I can’t downvote, I’m limited to upvoting 10 stories a day, and can only leave 10 comments a day). But hopefully now you all see the truth, and won’t be so mislead in the future.
Anyway, back to Dan Schneider. For those who don’t know who he is… he’s only the most successful children’s TV writer in history.
Here’s the list of shows he’s worked on from Wikipedia, to give you a sense of the millions this guy is rolling in:
|All That||1994–2005 (Nickelodeon)||Co-creator, producer (Season 1), writer (Seasons 1-4, 6-10), executive producer (Seasons 6-10), guest star|
|Kenan & Kel||1996–2000 (Nickelodeon)||Executive producer (Seasons 1-2), writer (Seasons 1-2), consultant (Seasons 3-4), guest star|
|Guys Like Us||1998–1999 (UPN)||Creator, executive producer|
|The Amanda Show||1999–2002 (Nickelodeon)||Creator, executive producer, writer, director (Seasons 2-3), recurring guest star|
|What I Like About You||2002–06 (The WB)||Co-creator (with Wil Calhoun), executive producer (Seasons 1-2), director, writer, executive consultant (Seasons 3-4)|
|Drake & Josh||2004–07 (Nickelodeon)||Creator, executive producer, writer|
|Zoey 101||2005–08 (Nickelodeon)||Creator, executive producer, writer, guest star (“Chasing Zoey”)|
|iCarly||2007–12 (Nickelodeon)||Creator, executive producer, writer, guest star|
|Victorious||2010–13 (Nickelodeon)||Creator, executive producer, writer, actor (voice)|
|Sam & Cat||2013–14 (Nickelodeon)||Creator, executive producer, writer|
|Henry Danger||2014–present (Nickelodeon)||Co-creator, executive producer, director, writer, guest star|
|Game Shakers||2015–19 (Nickelodeon)||Creator, executive producer, writer|
|The Adventures of Kid Danger||2018 (Nickelodeon)||Creator, executive producer|
Oh, and he’s also the creepiest mofo on the planet:
Foot fetish people are the worst.
/pol/ has known about Dan Schneider for years now, and has tried to out him on a number of occasions.
Amanda Bynes has been a train-wreck ever since leaving Dan’s show. CDAN has posted a number of letters ostensibly from her, documenting her difficult recovery from the abuse suffered on set.
A while back, iCarly co-star Jennette McCurdy posted a video on social media saying she had been sexually assaulted as a child on set. She did not mention Dan’s name, but it was heavily implied.
The video has since been scrubbed from the internet, and I can’t find it anywhere.
And lastly, I present to you, exhibit D:
Remember when Jaime Lynn Spears got pregnant, and Britney had a meltdown and shaved her head and everyone laughed at her?
Well, guess whose kid she was probably pregnant with:
Oh, and before I forget; to bring this back around to Kit and Geraldine Laybourne, here are Anon digs on Kindercare:
So yeah… that’s as far down that rabbit-hole as I want to go right now.
Let’s continue with the QDrops:
All three playing now?
Want coincidence #4?
I reposted @DoomerGuy on Gab yesterday, well before Q posted.
This is, I believe, where this image above gets its “copy” from:
Boy these coincidences are stacking up!
10x speed makes me very happy, but Anon had a good thought about Pelosi’s “attempted block.”
You weren’t wrong to #TrustSessions.
I’m eager to see in what capacity he returns in the perhaps very-near future.
And as I noted on Gab, Flynn is set to testify “against” his former Flynn Intelligence Group partner Bijan Rafiekian in under two weeks.
I think it’s a total bait-and-switch, and laid out why I thought so a couple weeks ago:
That article got picked up by the Gateway Pundit in a BIG way, and made it all the way to Gen. Flynn’s brother and sister, who gave it confirmation.
First Barabara Flynn commented saying “TRUE!!!” and then Joseph Flynn liked her post.
So yeah, I feel pretty confident in the theory I laid out in the above article. Read it if you haven’t, yet, to get a potential preview for what’s to come.
I’ll be honest: at first I thought SC was Supreme Court. Anon helped real quick there:
And look, I said it on Gab… I don’t watch Hannity. Autists really don’t watch Hannity…
Hannity is for the normies – and does a fine job for them.
But man, I can’t even think of the last time I watched a broadcast TV show at all. I’m lucky if I get to stream anything, even. TV just… blech.
Not sure it’s wise for Qteam to rely on Hannity dropping pens to communicate messages to us.
I mean, really, Q, these are like…
I’m gonna use the B-word…
I’m gonna do it!!
These are like BOOMER-comms.
Come on, if you want Autists to figure this out, you’ve got to do it through our channels. Autists literally don’t watch Hannity unless explicitly told to by POTUS or by you, Q, because nine times out of ten, Hannity is old news by the time he hits the airwaves, repeating things Autists already know. It doesn’t help that he’s communicating through a dying, legacy medium, and that in between out-of-date segments we’ve gotta sit through fifty-thousand mesothelioma commercials.
Like… sorry, no, not gonna watch Hannity every night just to see if he drops a pen or not.
Plus… just the physical act of… passively watching a show that’s already moving slower than autists think is just… It’s tedious beyond words for people so used to interacting with content and information traveling at fiber-optic speed.
And I even skimmed the episode later to see if I could spot the pen drop.
I suppose I could sit and rewatch the whole thing wasting 45 minutes of my life… but I won’t. Because…
LEARN OUR COMMS, Q especially if you expect us to pick up on obscure bits like that.
I have to admit, though: this was clever by #TheCabal.
Here’s Anon’s first image, so you can see it clearly:
I said on Gab I have no idea what this means, and I still have no idea what Anon was getting at with Jeffrey Epstein being a “placeholder.”
Doesn’t make sense. Nobody communicated clearly here, on either end.
But I will say again that I don’t think Q is endorsing that whole George Nasif/Frazzledrip video nonsense.
George Nasif is someone better not followed, if you ask me.
Oh, and I had some idiot on Twitter today send me a picture of a girl who had her face ripped off for some reason, claiming that “no no no, this was really from the so-called Frazzledrip video.”
Forget that it wasn’t just her face ripped off, but literally her brains exposed – as though she had been in some kind of industrial accident, and that everyone screaming “Frazzledrip” talks about a scalpel being used. That doesn’t matter! Scalpels can suddenly excavate brains!
Look, because of my education (and also because of the chans) I’m used to pictures of wounds, extreme gore, etc. You can only see so many cartel victims before you become desensitized, I guess.
But even for me, that was rough.
And it was painfully obvious that this was a still image, too; like something for a medical examiner. It wasn’t pulled from motion footage – a fact which made me even angrier at the idiot who posted this in my timeline.
And beyond that, Frazzledrip was a psy-op run by the Deep State to discredit Q. I’m shocked at how many people don’t know this. If I remember correctly, Q even addressed this in a drop a while back, saying it was fake (correct me if I’m wrong on this point, please).
Because, people, use your brains: Q is not going to release a snuff film through TOR to discredit HRC.
There’s going to be video presented through official channels. Most likely with the declassification, so that the video has a serious chain of custody to it, so as to discredit any “Deepfake” claims.
Stop buying into the Frazzledrip psy-op lie, and those who promulgate it on social media for attention. Nasif has nothing. He’s been a snake oil salesman for well over a year now. Just… drop these losers.
I swear, I’m losing more and more patience with the wider QAnon community with every passing day. Not the autists. Not the real researchers. But just the clingers-on who might as well be posting Minion memes on Facebook for all the thinking they’re doing.
USE YOUR BRAINS, PEOPLE!
EDIT: And as I’m writing this, Nasif has been deplatformed on Twitter… which I’m sure I’ll hear about endlessly from people who will claim that deplatforming is somehow indicative of the veracity of his claims. Greaaaaaaaaaaat.
(And look, if ultimately I’m wrong about this, fine. I’ll own it. But I don’t think I am, and at the very least, I’m willing to substantiate why with evidence: namely, that I can’t point to a single thing Nasif has said, ever, that’s come true).
And then of course #QOTUS commented twice, which is always nice to see:
I do believe Q is referring to Gloria Vanderbilt’s recent death. I speculated earlier that she chose the “easy way out” via suicide.
Not sure why we’re seeing Gloria, Cooper, and Carter again. We’ve been through the weirdness and the symbolism already:
Here’s the two links from Q’s post:
Mitt Romney has criticized President Obama for giving green energy subsidies to campaign donors, but a new report out ahead of the debate tonight shows that this White House’s crony capitalism has a foreign policy angle.
Why is Joe Biden so warm toward China? Last week, Biden raised eyebrows when he shrugged off concerns over the China threat. “Come on, man,” Biden said. “I mean, you know, they’re not bad folks, folks. But guess what, they’re not competition for us.”
Can’t have an “America first” approach when you’re owned by foreign governments, now can you?
But to answer Q’s question:
Yes. Liberals are willfully blind. Perhaps more than the Q-team is anticipating.
#AOC book deal when?
The Swiss government will be auctioning a collection of 25 supercars in September worth more than $13 million. The seized vehicles allegedly belonged to Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue, son of the Equatorial Guinea’s president who took power through a coup in 1979. He is now facing various charges of corruption and money laundering.
Note that #WalnutSauce Steyer announced his candidacy right after Epstein was arrested after previously saying he wouldn’t run. And this, after dumping millions upon millions into the whole Impeach Trump movement.
There are #NoCoincidences, folks.
It’s good to have Q back, no? Even if I disagreed with him on the whole Hannity thing, and thought some key posts lacked clarity, I always say so because… as I think I illustrated today with those 4 “QCoincidences” today… I believe someone in the Q-operation watches what I write, if for no other reason than to get feedback and gauge where the community is at. (Not saying I’m special, here, so don’t misunderstand me. Just that I can sometimes server as a bellwether). As such, I try to be honest, and not pretend like I worship the ground Q walks upon.
Even though I do think Q is pretty great.
For the most part.
When he’s not forcing me to sit through Truvada commercials.
Alright that’s it for tonight. I will see you all on Gab/Twitter/and the Chans.