Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Mar. 9, 2020: Blocked By Carpe Donktum

Let's talk about #QAnon, and his power to smoke out the fakers. Like @CarpeDonktum who did me the honor of blocking me.

Wyatt (@Western2A) has not yet blocked me. Even though I was pretty tough on the tweets he sent out. This tells me he is not actually afraid nor is he essentially antisemitic.

This is one of Wyatt's tweets. He thinks that Zionists call gentiles "goyim."

He is incorrect.

Zionists are mostly non-religious people.

It is religious people who tend to call gentiles "goyim."

Wyatt has all the typical antisemitic tropes on his timeline...it's almost like a catalogue. 
Here are some of Wyatt's thoughts, which if I didn't know better, seem paid for.




Maybe we can turn them all into one word. RacistApartheidZionistRegimeForeignAidBlackmailMossadRothschild. 
I actually don't think Q followers are confused at all, except that they hear "MOS" and "saving Israel for last" and "Rothschild" and of course "Soros" and as anyone would, they (we) get angry. 
If it's ok with you all, I would rather spend time figuring out what's going on than waste it on Wyatt and the black ops goons who are paying or threatening him into spreading Jew hate and attempted division. 
Not sure how many of you recall this.

What we learned was that intelligence operatives were mimicking Q to confuse and distract people. 
A whistleblower dropped the PowerPoint slides on Medium. 
The slides were removed. 
I wrote about those slides when they appeared. I have to find that post. It was literally the same day, as I recall.

I remember that I was sitting in Starbucks writing about this, copying the screenshots, sitting there for hours, unable to decipher what this was. 
Remember, Q had only started posting about 5 months prior. 
I still had no idea what the heck this was. 
Somehow, Q explained, there was a connection between these false CIA drops — meant to divert people and create "conspiracy theorists say..." headlines — and Zuckerberg fleeing Facebook.

"Jack" was warned.

It's very weird when you realize that someone thinks Q is important enough to try and copy/falsify, attack the servers and the platform, flood the news with anti-Q stories, bla bla bla. 
It's weird when the form the attacks take is retarded antisemitism. 
Like literally when you go on 4Chan (crickets about taking 4Chan down for antisemitism, but 8Chan was dangerous???) it's almost unbelievable what these people write. They have to be paid trolls. You just don't see it anywhere else. 
So the mechanism of panicking the people is to create this image of a wave of white nationalist antisemitism, online and with the mass shootings. It's actually terrifying. 
Even if there were no other Q proof besides the attempts to take it down, I would say - why try so hard if it's all made up? 
Let's go on. 
In 2019, Medium censored news, along with @martingeddes and @zachhaller, which was disappointing because actual dialogue was happening there, specifically around the reactions to my posts on the Kavanaugh witch hunt. 
The dialogue was respectful on Medium, and I remember we went back and forth about whether a certain grocery store actually existed decades ago (it did) - in the end I always learned something. 
But there was something very forced and hasty about the Medium censorship, and I find that this same quality shows up in the dominant narrative. It's like this rush to judgment, this denial of our natural need to think about what's going on. 
Forgive me for going back in time. I remember the early Pizzagate days. There was a Pizzagate group on Facebook. The antisemitism pattern there was telling... 
It started out being a respectful group. But one or two people got in there and started saying that the Jews ate babies or some such thing, that we had secret rituals, that of course "not all of them are bad"... 
I tried to respond rationally and respectfully, but the energy of the hater mob grew too great.

Soon, even the rationalists in the group could not dissuade them from all the attacks, and I quietly made my exit. 
Interestingly, I have been part of the Q movement from Day 1, and I have not found this to be the case. 
The message of Q is Christian, but it is Patriotism and unity as well. And the true followers never deviate from that. 
It has been my observation that some commentators are knowledgeable but dishonest. I think we all know who they are. 
Some commentators are knowledgeable and honest. 
Thomas Wictor in my mind is the epitome of the knowledgeable, honest commentator.

(He blocked me before Twitter censored him; I don't know why.) 
I trust Praying Medic @prayingmedic and Lisa Mei Crowley @LisaMei62. 
I find Joe (@stormisuponus) to be accurate. 
You all know that I follow @SaRaAshcraft and @cronsell and @NSA_QIL2 and trust them all implicitly. 
In my interactions with those I trust here on this platform, I have found that we can disagree and so what? (Like over the weekend, Elizabeth Warren.) 
But in trying to talk to people who are vociferously anti-Q, there is a nastiness, a desperation, and a lack of composure that is striking. 
So let's talk a bit about Qism. 
(By the way, since Q is government/military, you can FOIA the records. But don't ask the CIA, because they will refuse to answer.) 
Aha now Safari is fucking up my searches! 
Look at this

Here we go

CIA "Glomar Response" on QANON Documents
Background On February 10, 2020, The Black Vault filed a FOIA request for all documents that pertain to QAnon. It took two days for the CIA to issue their response, which was the fact that they could…



"On February 10, 2020, The Black Vault filed a FOIA request for all documents that pertain to QAnon." 
"It took two days for the CIA to issue their response, which was the fact that they could neither "confirm no deny" the existence or non-existence of records pertaining to QAnon." 
"They state that the mere existence (or non-existence) of records pertaining to QAnon, would be classified." 
There is more. Members of Congress also filed a Hatch Act complaint about Q with the White House. This was reported by Q in November 2018.

2 Nov 2018 - 2:35:57 PM

"Why did select senior members of the D party [6] send a letter to Don McGahn in early Oct. outlining 'Hatch Act' violations re: Q?
FOIA works in this situation."
Dionne Hardy, FOIA Officer
Office of Management and Budget
725 17th Street NW, Suite 9204
Washington, DC 20503
E-mail address: OMBFOIA@omb.eop.gov

Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) | The White House
Welcome to OMB's FOIA Page. We hope this website provides helpful information for you about OMB and about the Freedom of Information Act. Below is a description of that Act, as well as a list of freq…
"Please note that for security reasons, OMB's receipt and processing of mail may be delayed. Therefore, you may also fax your letter to: 202.395.3504." 
Why hasn't 60 Minutes FOIAed OMB? 
If, as Jack Posobiec claims, Q was made up by his friend Microchip Microturkey or whatever, why would Congressional Democrats bother to complain about it, and especially in the framework of law that affects government employees? 
Sure, Jack.
People Think This Whole QAnon Conspiracy Theory Is A Prank On Trump Supporters
"What the fuck is wrong with boomers?"
Riiiight!

Q has told us many things that make both directional and logical sense. 
Directionally Q indicated from Day 1 that the military was going to handle things for the President. 
Q told us that the White House was bugged and had to be cleaned out. 
Q told us that Facebook, Twitter and other tech giants were mutually profiling us (the shared algorithm) and that in fact they had been established for purposes of surveillance. 
Q told us about the reality of satanic sacrifice.

The child trafficking through modeling agencies as a front.

Epstein. 
Q told us when we were in danger.

When false flags were imminent and operations underway. 
Q told us that Team Obama communicated through Gmail drafts and Xbox games. 
Q told us that the DOJ was thoroughly dirty and showed us how it was being cleaned out a step at a time. 
Q told us how Rosenstein was used, because he had to be. 
It is not one particular piece of information, but rather the totality of the message and how it is conveyed, that has enabled Q followers to read current events more clearly, even if we do not know the specifics. 
More tomorrow. 
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By Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal. All opinions are the author's own. Public domain.