“QAnon, like Russiagate, consists of nothing other than something that people desperately want to believe and then seek out excuses which allow them to feel comfortable believing it. QAnon cultists do this every single time because they have been propagandized into doing so, both by the 8chan anon they follow and by the herd mentality of the community that it has fostered. This makes it far more akin to a religion or a cult than a conspiracy theory. It’s made many bogus claims and inaccurate predictions. Personally I prefer to focus on the behaviors of the QAnon cultists themselves, since they’re the ones interpreting the cryptic word salads and circulating those interpretations online. They behave as cheerleaders for their government’s most depraved agendas; it doesn’t really matter what they are being told to believe to get them to behave that way. Someone’s benefiting from this, and it isn’t you.”
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Josh Sigurdson sits down with David Icke, world famous researcher and theorist to talk about the absurdity of QAnon, an obvious psyop meant to distract people and keep them apathetic to Trump regardless of what he does. The idea is that everyone should “trust the plan” and lay back. No one should take action because some so-called “white hats” are working behind the scenes to save them.
Now we know here at WAM that we won’t win any points by making this video, but this is about consistency and not allowing the populace to be distracted by faceless movements there to confuse people and misdirect millions of people.
David Icke also breaks down his thoughts on the recent coup in Venezuela as Trump declares Juan Guaido the “legitimate” president of the country as Maduro ends whatever relationship remained with the United States.
David Icke talks about the history of movements…
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Reblogged since this question keeps arising: “Is QAnon the MOST successful psyop EVER?”
“One of the first things that turned me off about Q is that I do not prefer to spend my time researching what is happening ‘out there’. The real change out there should be a reflection of what is happening ‘within’, and I am a huge proponent of doing my own work to shift my vibrational frequency rather than being distracted by ‘look over there’. Second, I prefer to communicate with clear cut, precise words that completely convey what I am trying to say and that convey what I need to know, and I don’t have the time or patience to decode and guess, or to play anonymous games.”
I have never been drawn to follow the white hat posts from “Q Anon”. I have associates who continue to share Q’s posts but I haven’t paid much attention to it. I looked deep into why I was feeling this…
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