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kosta 1 point ago +1 / -0

I only came across Q weeks after the final post. It was only because a Lefty friend of mine asked "Did you hear about 'QAnon', they think Trump is blablabla?"

My initial, but short assessment was that "QAnon" was a psyops, most likely military, and most likely US. All the custom images, classified info, the research, the volume of posts, language/nuance, I estimated a team of people 5-15 working full time.

I left it at that, but some aspects were still bugging me, and after a few weeks had a more in depth look and then came across the Q proofs. I think I spent a solid 3-4 weeks researching everything. I was on holidays and spent maybe 15 hours a day watching videos/vlogs, reading, reviewing, etc. Not sure it was time well spent, but was fascinated at the time.

The posts as a whole are an amazing work of art, which I guess can be categorised as either "Information" or "proof, with proof being further categorised as proof of legitimacy and "plan".

I have a few outlandish theories of my own as to what this whole Q thing was about. Ultimately though, it recalibrated people to think critically. All of a sudden a large number of people are questioning information, are questioning motives, and are questioning intent.

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kosta 4 points ago +4 / -0

The minor parties in Australia are growing rapidly. I think that's the bigger source of hope.

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kosta 2 points ago +2 / -0

Google have indexed 2 related stories over last day, both of which are no longer available, also couldn't find either of these 2 pages using their search.:

https://m.theepochtimes.com/audit-confirms-bidens-victory-over-trump-in-maricopa-county-senate-president_4015286.html

"Audit Confirms Biden's Victory Over Trump in Maricopa County" 1 day ago — A report from auditors who reviewed Arizona's most populous county's 2020 election results confirmed that President Joe Biden defeated President Donald ...

https://www.theepochtimes.com/arizona-senate-president-releases-audit-results_4015286.html

"Arizona Senate President Releases Audit Results, Says" 1 day ago — Cyber Ninjas, a Florida-based company, carried out the review of Maricopa County, Arizona, earlier this year at the behest of the Republican-led Senate. A draft

My guess is that it's syndicated content. Seems they're actively ensuring the content is not on their site.

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kosta 3 points ago +3 / -0

In Australia, seeing some of the behaviour of some police is disheartening.

Most seem to just be doing their job and aren't too happy about what's going on. There are those few though that look completely untrained and undisciplined and reflect badly on the entire force.

Good police need to show strong leadership, and do the right thing. It'll take years to restore trust in some areas.

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kosta 11 points ago +11 / -0

His party "United Australia Party" has had tremendous growth in support over last few weeks. This, and other minor parties such as "Liberal Democrats" and "One Nation" are the last real hope for Australia.

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kosta 8 points ago +8 / -0

I was thinking "Red October" might refer to financial issues happening with a bunch of companies reporting they're in the "red".

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kosta 2 points ago +2 / -0

Ah, wasn't aware how few people attended. It's good that people heeded the warning to not go.

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kosta 3 points ago +3 / -0

Similar: race, height-build, hair-styles, sunglasses/watches, shirt, shorts, socks/shoes, all holding a water bottle. Seems they were all hand-picked, and dressed to a specific persona.

Style is a little out of date, but individually, good chance they could blend in for a little while before raising suspicion. As a group though, they stick out like a sore thumb.

Ultimately, body language would betray these guys. People need to maintain situational awareness in those settings.

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kosta 3 points ago +3 / -0

Bondi is also within state and federal electorates controlled by the Liberal party, whereas the harsh restrictions are within LGA's mostly Labor party controlled.

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kosta 4 points ago +4 / -0

There's never enough money and power for these people. e.g. Blackrock has been busy buying homes, and Gates is now biggest owner of farmland.

Also Pfizer is close to releasing a new oral antiviral. I assume it'll have a similar effect as Ivermectin, but cost a whole lot more.

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kosta 1 point ago +1 / -0

Thanks for the reply. I'm not a US citizen, so hard to tell what the mood is from afar.

My thinking on this, even if you were to accept that there is a Q "plan", and the "Law of War" and "Devolution" theories were actually correct interpretations/decodes of the Q posts, a critical component for it to actually work is the will of the people and their collective energy being aligned and focussed towards that goal.

Military action, even if legal, that only has at best superficial support from the people will fail to achieve anything meaningful. Within a few short years you would be back to where you started. It'd be a new swamp with new swamp creatures.

I do sense a real political movement emerging in the States. Whether it's Jovan Pulitzer and his kinematic artifacts, Lindell and his PCAPS, parents beating out school boards, new people stepping into the political ring such as Sam Gallucci in California, or Teddy Daniels running for Congress. These people were undoubtfully inspired by Trump and/or Q. Beyond that though, they acted because they realised they themselves were the help they were waiting for.

For me, seems the future is set for good things in the US. I still assume military intervention will at some point take place once several audits are completed and the coordinated efforts of foreign powers is beyond doubt. But even if that was not to happen, I think there's already been sufficient securing of future elections to frustrate the bad actors out of power.

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kosta 5 points ago +5 / -0

Just wondering, any former shills now lurking here? What was the clincher?

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kosta 9 points ago +9 / -0

I'm in Australia, first I've heard of this.

Found info indicating action across Australia and New Zealand for 31st August. Also found video of one other saying something very similar. I'm assuming they're truckies, but no idea.

May just be hot air as government has been harassing them recently with regards to stopping to eat. If they actually stop working and enforce shutdown, I assume panic will set in immediately, and then we'll see just how tyrannical our various governments are.

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kosta 4 points ago +4 / -0

Quick scan of the photo, rough count of about 20 or 21 wide, and about 27-8 depth.

I'm sure there's more not visible, but that estimate is 540-588, looks about right to me.

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kosta 3 points ago +3 / -0

Made same comment on another thread, but realised that at about April 13, Buyden inexplicably decided to change Afghanistan exit from May 1 to Sep 11

Just prior to this change, Maricopa announced full audits were about to commence.

With audits due to be released in a few days, the Afghanistan chaos seems like it was perfectly timed.

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kosta 2 points ago +2 / -0

At about April 13, Buyden inexplicably decided to change May 1 exit to Sep 11

Just prior to this, Maricopa announced full audits.

With audits due to be released in a few days, the Afghanistan chaos seems like it was perfectly timed.

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kosta 1 point ago +1 / -0

Correct.

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kosta 4 points ago +4 / -0

I thought this was fake, I looked it up, and sure enough a real video advert.

"pandemic streetware", "Show the world you are ready to reintegrate into society"

Even shows some green liquid being injected mid-arm where you'd expect heroin to be injected.

Strange.

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kosta 6 points ago +6 / -0

Definitely impossible to produce these PCAP's when you consider the complexity. It's not just the IP addresses, the data needs to perfectly reflect the real world live feeds which are public, so sequence of changes, size of changes, timing of changes, location of changes...and even then you need to have intimate knowledge of the systems which are being targeted which are proprietary....and all this work done perfectly, packaged and delivered in a little over 2 months

Despite all this, someone will eventually ask "Where did you get this load of crap from?". As ignorant as that question would be, it's loaded with doubt inducing deceit targeting the very people you're trying to convince.

I think the sheer number of tech security experts there will be sufficient to legitimise the data, but if it doesn't, they desperately needs some official acknowledgement that it was somehow collected by Space Force.

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kosta 4 points ago +4 / -0

Ah thanks for the clarification. So the clerk is aware that the passwords are in circulation, but her office has at no time ever handled or seen them.

I suppose the suspicion now is the raid will show the passwords magically appear in the clerks office.

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kosta 11 points ago +11 / -0

So the clerk had a copy of the passwords that she shouldn't have had is confirmation the passwords were indeed compromised, with assertion/allegation that the Secretary of State purposely released the password.

Only way to cover this is to assert that the clerk somehow stole the passwords, which is I guess the pretext of the raids.

If the machines in that sate were compromised using these very credentials, then it's very significant.

You have to establish fundamental truths, and build upon it. This is one of those truths. It is a building block on which the narrative of a coordinated theft of an election can ben established.

To be honest though, I'm not even sure that was the actual announcement. They need to better manage the messaging. Perhaps the raid did its job and disrupted their train of thought etc.

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