Dear KMAG: 20200321 Open Topic

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Welcome! Come on in, the door is open.


This Fortress Q Tree Saturday Open Thread is VERY OPEN – a place for everybody to post whatever they feel they would like to tell the White Hats, and the rest of the MAGA-KMAG-KAG world (with KMAG being a bit of both).

Come on up and find a comfy spot:


Free Speech is practiced here at the Q Tree. But please keep it civil.
Discussion of Q is not only allowed but encouraged. Imagine that! We can talk about Q here and not get banned.

Please also consider the Important Guidelines, outlined here. Let’s not give the odious Internet Censors a reason to shut down this precious haven that Wolf has created for us.

With the Storm upon us…please remember to Pray for our President.

Trump, Washington, USA - 22 Mar 2019

Wheatie’s Rules:

      1. No food fights.
      2. No running with scissors.
      3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.


For your listening enjoyment, I offer this composition from Marcus Warner, titled ‘Deep Blue’:


Visual descriptions for our dear Zoe, and for anyone else who may find them helpful:

Header & Top Image: Is an enormous Tree, fortified with an exo-structure around it’s massive trunk. The structures appear to have multiple stories, running up the expanse of the Tree. Flocks of large white birds are flying around the tree. The blue sky is filled with dense white clouds that give the hint of rain coming. In the distance are a couple of other large trees with similar exo-structures.

Second Image: Is a stone path leading up to a door set into an archway. There is an ornate frame around the door, with single pillars on either side and a keystone arch above it. The door has an intricate carved pattern of circular medallions. Dense vegetation surrounds the doorway, including some rambling canes of climbing rose bushes sporting bright red blooms.

Third Image: Is a cozy grouping of couches and chairs around a warm fire, under the watchful gaze of a Wolf on the wall.

Fourth Image: Is President Trump, facing off with the press curs in a chopper presser. He is momentarily silent, having been gobsmacked by the idiocy of one of their stupid questions.


It’s Caturday.

Having won his fight with the tiger, Emmet was proud of himself:

The Enemedia thinks that we are all easily led:

But most of us see through their lies and mock them:

As well as giving other responses that they deserve:

We are Americans and defiance is in our DNA.

We will fight the ChiCom Media Nozzles and the ChiCom’s Pet Donkeys too…and we will win!

334 thoughts on “Dear KMAG: 20200321 Open Topic

  1. This is a response to the news and resulting comments about prisons releasing inmates due to the China Virus. Concerns about these reports are very understandable given the recent moves by some cities to restrict law enforcement from making arrests, or, apparently even attempting to prevent or intervene in certain crimes.

    Seemingly, criminals are being given the green light to – well – engage in crime.

    So, good Lord, why ever should we be letting the ones who are already caught and convicted back out on to the streets to reengage in the mayhem!?!?

    I cannot speak to who is being considered for release in some of these states, or why. But I can give a perspective as to why this should be done under certain circumstances.

    I am personally aware of a man, 76 years old, who is an inmate in a medium security prison housing over 1200 prisoners. The majority are not housed in individual or shared cells where they could be quarantined or on lockdown.

    No. They are housed in large rooms – barracks – holding around 140 men each. They sleep in triple racked bunks with maybe 5 feet between racks. They use a communal latrine – which often only has cold water available. There was one 2 week period when they did not even have running water. They only had bottled water available for hygiene needs.

    For the entire prison the infirmary has 4 beds available, with 2 more potential in an emergency.
    CV cases have been identified in the neighborhood of the prison.

    If this bug gets in there – I can close my eyes and see a nightmare.

    There are many men in there – especially the elderly – who could be released and would be of no threat to their communities. This should not be a mass release, but there are many who could be put out on early parole. Given the danger to these men, this solution should be considered and evaluated. Frankly, in this case, it should be enacted.

    I totally get the shock expressed about this issue in some comments. But, like so many things, there is a need for seeing that there are different situations.

    (And, yes, the facility has already banned visitors and put restrictions on service personnel, etc.)

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  2. After being out today…this is all getting to me. How do we know our precautions are enough? I mean, a slip up could be any number of things.

    I’m hoping we’re all doing everything and I mean everything right. I mean my hands get washed 15+ times a day. I’m using gloves where ever I go, doing the steam shower thing and neti-pot when I get home, changing into clean clothes.

    How do we know?

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    1. We don’t. We do what we know to do and we pray.

      It sounds like you did all you could to reduce your chances. With all of us doing the same the hope is that carriers won’t spread it as much before diagnosis and the spread will slow.

      And we know that even among the elderly who have the highest death rate it is still (with medical treatment) 15-20% – not a certain death. Medical treatment is Rapidly evolving and even as cases continue to grow the death rates will come down because of all the medical est. is learning and learning quickly (as long as the medical systems are not overwhelmed with rapid growth).

      We still have to go out some too. Had to go to Kroger, Costco and gas. Went to Post office to send liberal nephew living in LA (hinted he should leave and ride this thing out at home but the young don’t listen) a care package of tp, etc. Have to go to doctor on Monday and had to go 2x last week. We do the best we can each time we go out and take care of ourselves while at home with good diet, ferments, broth, supplements, plenty of water, essential oils and herbal teas. And that is all we can do.

      Just remember – this is Not something like ebola. Even in the high risk groups 80+ yrs, not everyone has a harsh case and of those who are hospitalized Most recover!

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    1. I don’t see it on Q map, nor do I remember it. But I think the site was rebuilt at least once and I know things go missing on the board behind this, which I think no longer exists for this time period. Being a SNL skit however would hardly be an absolution. So yeah, getting weird.

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      1. You can search all Q posts at
        I used the search term “buried” and did not get a hit for 12/5/17.
        Here are the early hits from earliest on. #14 #97 #224

        Q !ITPb.qbhqo
        4 Dec 2017 – 9:24:14 PM
        Who knows where the bodies are buried?
        FLYNN is safe.
        We protect our Patriots.

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  3. Well, I think I may have made a small difference in my little town!

    A couple of days ago, I emailed a city councilman my idea that the elderly and others in at-risk groups should be encouraged to stay home ALL the time (no order to do so here in Montana, yet), and we should set up a group of young healthy people to run errands like the grocery store, pharmacy, etc. for them, so they can.

    Today, I got an email back from the councilman, with an attached announcement from the mayors office. They are setting up a group of people who are healthy to enable the elderly to stay home. It worked!

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    1. Dem from CA-11 district. East bay area, Concord.
      He’s in critical condition with pneumonia after breaking a rib.

      This begs some questions.
      1. Are tests giving false positives?
      2. Does he have another underlying condition?
      3. Is this a cover for something else?

      Liked by 4 people

      1. Found this Vol,

        In May 2016, DeSaulnier announced that the previous year, he was diagnosed chronic lymphocytic leukemia, and had undergone chemotherapy.[3] While the cancer was described as incurable, DeSaulnier said he would still seek re-election that year.[3]

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        1. Quite possible. The test is somewhat iffy. At least the early ones were. The virus is deep in the lungs and not necessarily in the nasal/throat area. (I have the paper stashed somewhere…)

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    1. Regarding Yang…I recall that after POTUS/Munchin announced the checks to be sent out, which was one of the things Yang was proposing as a candidate (basic guaranteed income), Yang offered to help with staff, etc.
      Hope I got that right, but that’s probably the source of the “rumor.”

      Liked by 2 people

      1. François Verlaine@Verlaine_F
        Replying to @Inevitable_ET

        Killed by the flu, the vaccine or the “cure” ? Influeza’s official story has to be analyzed, like any major event.

        Liked by 4 people

  4. This is an outstanding new video from the NRA!


    Americans are flocking to gun stores because they know the only reliable self-defense during a crisis is the #2A.

    Carletta Whiting, who’s disabled & vulnerable to #coronavirus, asks Dems trying to exploit the pandemic: Why do you want to leave people like me defenseless?

    Liked by 7 people

    1. The gun grabbers were getting a bit uppity in that tweet. Meanwhile this 5 million NRA member thing is just the tip of the ice berg.

      Since 1998, there have been more than 230 million background checks. 😎

      Liked by 4 people

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