We’re living in dramatic times that are difficult to understand. One way to try to interpret them is through the cryptic clues provided by Q, which appear on an anonymous online forum and imply top-secret knowledge of upcoming events.
As I wrote in my article “An Introduction to Q,” “Q’s followers believe that Q is a military intelligence operation, the first of its kind, whose goal is to provide the public with secret information… Q is a new weapon in the game of information warfare, bypassing a hostile media and corrupt government to communicate directly with the public.” It’s interesting to note that shortly after my article was published here, American Thinker suffered a series of unprecedented hacking attempts. Also noteworthy is that Twitter permanently shut down the account of Zero Hedge, a popular finance blog, two weeks after it posted my article.
President Trump continues to bring attention to Q, repeatedly retweeting Q followers, featuring Q fans in his ad campaign, and making a public display of a “Q baby” at a rally. Yet the media never asks Trump the obvious question: What do you think about Q? Instead, the media keeps ratcheting up its attacks on Q and the ever-growing worldwide movement that Q inspires. On February 9, both the AP and New York Times published blistering anti-Q articles, claiming that Q promotes baseless, debunked far right conspiracies and accusing Q of inciting violence in deranged followers. The day before this latest media ambush, a massive cyber assault temporarily brought down 8kun, the message board on which Q posts. Ron Watkins, 8kun’s administrator, tweeted,
“ Attacks have been coming in all day. Very sophisticated and expensive attacks; the person paying for this likely has deep pockets.” .........To Read More......My Take - As you read this it's a bit freaky, as well as scary. I really don't know what to make of this. I saw the first article but as I recall I decided not to post it since I went to the links and found nothing. I followed the link provided today and maybe it’s my browsers, I use three, but the site is, to say the best, strange.
American Thinker is an excellent news source, so that gives this a degree of credibility, but this is the kind of thing I find really a bit strange. It seems to me that for this to be valid it would take a huge number of people who are high up in a number of nations and in government positions with the ability to communicate with each other and then share their "information" with the world without leaving any electronic trace for their internal communications and their external posts. Is that possible without serious electronic communication and computer technicians on the job regularly? Would that require a “headquarters” of some sort?
How in the world could anyone organize such a group without anyone noticing?
It's called Q", which of course is reminiscent of the omniscient character in Star Trek TV shows, and truthfully, this seems a bit Trekkie!
But as the reporter said in Charlie Wilson's War: We'll see!