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[–] thicktail1730947 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

One thing to always keep doing is googling names, businesses, addresses, properties. There's a wealth of information out there if you dig for it. Digging is more than just plugging in the right search terms... but it's not much more than just plugging in the right search terms. There's a lot to be uncovered just by tracing ownership of businesses. When you see a business referred to in an investigative thread, ask yourself, "Who owns that?"

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[–] Vindicator 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Great post, OP. I would love to have some tutorials from experts posted on here. I think the best way to get that is to notice who seems to have skills and ask them directly in the comment section of one of their posts. Invite them to post to this sub, a how-to about the way they research, with a title that clearly identifies the content.


I can also suggest one really useful thing ANYONE can do, for sure:

You can watch the NEW, TODAY screen of v/pizzagate and comment and especially downvoat when you see a crappy post that doesn't satisfy the rules posted in the sidebar.

  Mods constantly have to delete shitty posts that lower the quality of the community. You can RAISE the quality of the community by commenting yourself and respectfully asking OPs to fill in missing information, repost to the proper sub-subverse, or otherwise adhere to the rules we've all agreed on. There is a massive swarm of people who are interested in PG, upset by it, and want to get involved, but who do it by posting really lame stuff that doesn't meet standards. Please see the Removed Submissions area of v/pizzagate to get an idea of what I'm talking about. It may seem awkward to be a hall monitor, but if we all do it, the quality of the content and the experience of the community will be strengthened. It's not a glamorous job, but it's essential. :-)

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[–] JoJoVoat 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Share Share Share.... speak up, tell people. I've been showing this to my 800 friends on FB since the very beginning. They have just recently starting to jump in and comment.
Be relentless to the degree which keeps it real and keeps you safe.
I tell everyone who will listen. Ill be out with sidewalk chalk, maybe this weekend if it doesnt rain writing "pizzagate is real" where its safe and legal. The more ppl the better, we have to continue to spread the word, ignore the shills and never let up.
BABIES ARE BEING RAPED! CHILDREN ARE BEING TORTURED! THIS HAS TO STOP.
And we will not let up till every single sick bastard who participated in this is LOCKED UP!!!
Let the prison population have them!

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[–] NoBS 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Me? I'm a piss poor investigator, a weak point that would only detract from this community. I do have access to co-workers, friends and family. Pass the word in a convincing manor. Hard to do if you are emotional about child exploitation and the generational destruction that results.

Yet it is not impossible if one uses logic and reason with out emotional baggage. Constant uploading for the meme war (to expose) is even harder with out extreme discipline if Sadistic Child Abuse is the topic. We must make it look like "mostly" young adults are being drugged up for easy pray. Which is mostly true. but the vast numbers and true ages will make the Truth look fake. Pass the word with humility is the best way right now. But that only works on those we know.

Not educating our "local" community is how they can continue with impunity.

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[–] mnbvzxc 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I agree with this totally. Although it doesnt answer the original question. I myself take these devil/illuminati/satan/everything not to heart, and then I am a person that have heard of this and know a LOT. My brain wont rap itself around it completely. Get Statistics. Give them numbers of abused children that are statistic, pedophile"numbers" that are stats, or real cases, reference to policemen or proinvestigators stories. Also even if I do belive in good/Evil, and Good, dont reference this with everyone who maybe not is so much in to beliving, it will put some of them off. Making people see is very very important. Also, teach people about the movement for legalizing this, and refer them to some twitteraccounts that are run by these pedophiles.

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[–] NoBS 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

At the community level, family, friends and our "Children" are the solution. Not the Internet.

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[–] Ronnilynn31 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Agreed. I'm learning a lot in doing this, but it's intimidating to post anything when the more advanced users criticize the formatting or how the post is laid out or titled.

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[–] Z11Mama 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

There are are a few people in my life that listen to everything I have to say about pizzagate. I read everything on VOAT that I can find. Everything on Facebook and I watch everything I can find on You Tube. I take notes and then chat with these people. It is surprising how often someone says 'remember about 10 years ago, she...' and next thing you know, there is a brand new piece of the puzzle. My best advice for everyone reading this: No matter how inexperienced you are, pizzagate is a brand new topic of discussion. If you care about what is happening, your involvement is invaluable. You never know when something you say or do is going to become an important link in the chain.

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[–] Investigate1999 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Pay attention to details in photos. Sometimes the most useless information can be helpful.

  1. How would you describe the brick pattern on the wall?
  2. How many rows of bricks are there?
  3. What does the graffiti say?
  4. Who is holding cards?
  5. What age groups are in the photos?
  6. Do any of them look like they could be in relationships?

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[–] RebelSkum 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

The http://pizzagate.wiki is 100% in support of this! Feel free to inquire or pitch in on the effort. Experienced and talented admins help curate content and can greatly help with the daunting task of formatting and research.

http://pizzagate.wiki/Pizzagate.Wiki_Mission,_Rules,_and_Guidelines

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[–] RebelSkum 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

I will be making a page with more general investigation tips, but the Wiki is an epic resource

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[–] EuroSkeptic [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Thanks! I've been busy, so my mind is pretty much off of voat right now. But considering the recent weirdness with the Pegasus case, I think enforcing anonymity skills is at maximum priority right now. Someone mentioned tutorials! That's a great idea, actually! I'll be checking in the wiki more regularly, but maybe asking the most prominent investigators to post bite-sizes "how-to"s would be a great start. Some kind of pizzagate for dummies, the do's and don'ts of investigating. For now, the staying anonymous how-to is my guess for a good start. I hope this strengthens the community and helps our common goals.