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[–] JustAnotherUser 0 points 12 points (+12|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Holy shit

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[–] VaginalCanal 2 points 18 points (+20|-2) ago  (edited ago)

This is an amazing find.

Either:

  1. Q was correct and leading us this direction.

  2. Q is an old school conspiracy but who saw an opportunity to perpetrate the greatest LARP in the history of the chans.

This article was written in 2000 which makes it entirely plausible that Q had read this article at some point over the last 17 years. It's even more plausible if Q happened to be one of the 2.9 million residents residing in Chicago in the year 2000.

The other possibility is that the OG Q was legit but due to failing to use trips, every Q afterwards was a LARP.

My point being that I don't trust ANONS. I want to believe in Q. I want to believe with everything I am. As we go further along, the more skeptical I become.

Yes, many of Q's predictions have become somewhat true. However, almost every thing posted can be confirmed to have been posted after it was publicly available.

I'm done with Q, as well as any other anon, until one of them posts something that hasn't been publicly released and what they post must then be made public after the fact.

An example would be:

"Trump will post this message on Tuesday the 14th of November "........." and then Trump posts, verbatim, that tweet on that day.

No more speculation.

I'm simply over it.

Hannity and his stupid fucking "tick tock" bullshit can go to he'll. He's using key words to drive ratings. Not a single one of his tick tocks have amounted to anything more than a bunch of people speculating and urging action. Not a single indictment for any of his quasi bombshells.

Yes, I believe there indictments that are sealed and pending. Yes, i feel like they right leaning news stations are slightly more giddy than their left leaning counterparts whom seem to be depressed. Yes, i believe everything posted by the ANONS could be completely plausible.

Unfortunately, I also believe it could be an epic LARP. If this is, indeed, a LARPER, I will quit investigating everything.

The way these communities shift their focus is amazing. A week ago, we were on the verge of WW3, the arrest of the Clintons and possibly Obama. This week, it's all about pizzagate and two weeks ago, it was the the Hollywood bullshit.

Until Q, or someone else, gives us an exact action that is to occur on a specific date and actually happens, I say we quit giving ANONS any credence.

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[–] dooob 1 points 6 points (+7|-1) ago 

Agree. If you consider that 4chan is heavily controlled and monitored, informing us what is the next move is in most cases idiotic. When was the last time an anon used a timestamp and badge or something to validate himself?

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[–] ESOTERICshade 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

This Q anon thing might have come with packaged cheerleaders too because there are a ton of names I have never seen pushing it forward. Saudi thing is about global trade. Period. If the Clintons take a lick in the process then even better. While the rest of the world, the big money, moves forward to pound Lebanon, and Iran probably, the truth movement, at least much of it, fell into seriously deep rabbit hole with no fukin idea where it leads.

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

There's another possibility, LexisNexis. I've read that Andrew Breitbart used this research resources to investigate records for Arianna Huffington - It's a resource for journalists. It could be LARPing to determine collective behaviours, PR to land credibility, or true; But at best we should research and call bushit if it ultimately yields nothing or if "certain" landmark goals are attained despite seemingly negative outcomes to "certain" groups.... "certain"

P.S. "certain".

P.P.S. "certain", lol

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

Much of Q's info can be found in c theorists books like David Icke's. Not down talking Q, or even Lizard man Icke for that matter (the world keeps proving the guy right about most things; stop it world), but much of Q's content has been repeated before. If a larp though, it sure seems like a professional one rather than your average autistic joe or jane, and I wouldn't be surprised if T or team would utilize the 4chan info dissemination/creation machine.

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[–] madmama [S] 0 points 10 points (+10|-0) ago 

FOLLOWING Q DROPS, HERE ARE THE 7 DWARVES!

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[–] Oh_Well_ian 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago 

Looks like Trump is using the NSA to take down the CIA.

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[–] Blacksmith21 0 points 5 points (+5|-0) ago 

If I were a betting man, I'd give 5:3 odds that Voat overall is backed up by the white hats. Consider the resources required to collect OSINT and turn it into actionable intelligence. /pizzagate is essentially a fusion center with a minimum of several hundred analyst/researchers working the topics, more likely a couple thousand active members.

If/when the hammer comes down, don't be surprised if the information collected here, and intelligence produced here, has and will be used in the issuance of warrants and arrests, and will likely be used as the basis for prosecution.

This will be even more true if trials occur under UCMJ versus the US legal system.

Interesting times...

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

I don't know if its still there. Seems like I looked and it was gone. But Voat was on the list of Y Combinator companies. Should have taken a screen shot of it. It was on Wikipedia on a list, listed as either a Y Combinator Company or in the Business Incubator category. I saw it myself. Here, I just looked. Unless this is the wrong page its gone now.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Y_Combinator_%28company%29

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[–] Blacksmith21 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Interesting. hard to say what intel ties may exist with Y Combinator. It doesn't look like an In-Q-Tel model, which is more overtly intelligence oriented. (Did you ever see some of the companies they have invested in? Includes a cosmetic company that does DNA matching compounding!)

FWIW, I believe the missions of Dyncorp and Palantir are diametrically opposed. Palantir is likely what has been digesting all of the fact and fiction put forth on Voat to develop all of the relational maps, among a myriad of other taskings. Dyncorp is old school, knuckle dragger dirty work and was born out of the CIA. Sure they have developed offensive technical capabilities, but they do not do what Palantir does. But, they have the weapons and platforms - very important. Both companies are contractors with different clients and differing missions.

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

WE DO HAVE A HOPE PROBLEM! <3

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

By white hats I imagine anonymous sources. I wear a black cowboy hat up North to keep my head warm. Johnny Cash sings "Man In Black" for the first time (with intro)4:10 Johnny Cash sings "Man In Black" for the first time...

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[–] Blacksmith21 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

White Hats = Good Guys

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[–] ZX4jBXu 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

Almost as funny as how the database of different Muslim extremist groups was labeled as "The Database" in Aribic. Which translates to "Al-Qaeda".

That's how a big bad enemy is created, by giving it a name and repeating it in the media 1000 times a day until people think that there is an actual group of sand warriors calling themselves Al-Qaeda and they want to eat your kids.

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

FASCINATING!

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

I am happy.

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

TEEHEEHEE! I KNOW! WE HAVE A SERIOUS HOPE PROBLEM...

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

Genius find! Very impressed, from the "real" media too lol

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