Dear KAG: 20200707 Open Thread

Cover image: John Singer Sargent, American, Fishing for Oysters at Cançale (1878), oil on canvas, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

One more time, a reminder that the American people can’t be contained behind authoritarian dictates like no fireworks on Independence Day. The people of Los Angeles had something to say about that.

In loving memory of one of Hollywood’s great composers who left us at the age of 91 this week, Ennio Morricone:

Sadly, I had to add this one. RIP to a classically American man.

And a reminder to take the pledge:

“I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter: So help me God.”

And now for the nitty gritty of the Q Tree 5 minute, stand up, Tuesday morning meeting version of the Daily Thread.


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Fellow tree dweller Wheatie gave us some good reminders on the basics of civility in political discourse:

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


From the prophet Hosea, Chapter 8:

Let there be a trumpet in thy throat like an eagle upon the house of the Lord: because they have transgressed my covenant, and have violated my law. [2] They shall call upon me: O my God, we, Israel, know thee. [3] Israel hath cast off the thing that is good, the enemy shall pursue him. [4] They have reigned, but not by me: they have been princes, and I knew not: of their silver, and their gold they have made idols to themselves, that they might perish. [5] Thy calf, O Samaria, is cast off, my wrath is kindled against them. How long will they be incapable of being cleansed?

[6] For itself also is the invention of Israel: a workman made it, and it is no god: for the calf of Samaria shall be turned to spiders’ webs. [7] For they shall sow wind, and reap a whirlwind, there is no standing stalk in it, the bud shall yield no meal; and if it should yield, strangers shall eat it. [8] Israel is swallowed up: now is he become among the nations like an unclean vessel. [9] For they are gone up to Assyria, a wild ass alone by himself: Ephraim hath given gifts to his lovers. [10] But even though they shall have hired the nations, now will I gather them together: and they shall rest a while from the burden of the king, and the princes.

[11] Because Ephraim hath made many altars to sin: altars are become to him unto sin. [12] I shall write to him my manifold laws, which have been accounted as foreign. [13] They shall offer victims, they shall sacrifice flesh, and shall eat it, and the Lord will not receive them: now will he remember their iniquity, and will visit their sins: they shall return to Egypt. [14] And Israel hath forgotten his Maker, and hath built temples: and Juda hath built many fenced cities: and I will send a fire upon his cities, and it shall devour the houses thereof.

As always, prayers for the fight against that which seeks to enslave us are welcome. Via con Dios.

785 thoughts on “Dear KAG: 20200707 Open Thread

    1. Oh wow…so that’s why they had their hands like that!

      I had noticed the lady’s open fingers; the blonde lady on the far right.
      And I’d wondered why she was holding her hand like that.

      But taken together…that has to be what they were doing!

      Thanks, Marica!

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      1. Oh.. Wheatie!!! We are livin…the most amazing time in history!!! Blessed you are by my side!!!😎
        Ps!! I ordered that Dress today!!! LOL!!! Rocket MAN! HA!

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        1. You ordered that dress?
          Hah! 😄👍
          Very cool.

          And YES…we are living in a positively Epic time in history.
          Blessed to have you in my foxhole, dear Marica!

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          1. Oh yeah!!! wheatie!!! I went to a pool party this past weekend!! Mr M ..didnt go.. Wore a Trump T shirt…and Was …called the Mascot!!! LOL!! We Winning!!!

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        2. Oh, ladies. do tell me about the dress and all info, like where it is from. Hope I don’t have to go on twitter, which I can’t do. Is it related to q?

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            1. I thought it might be that one but wasn’t sure. Thank you and for the description, which tells me more about what it looks like than I knew before.

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          1. It’s a T-shirt dress and about $40 — but, y’know, being a guy, I didn’t bookmark the link or anything. If none of the other ladies get you the link, I’ll fetch it out of my browser history tomorrow.

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            1. cthulu, thank you. I’d love to have one. Appreciate the offer if more info doesn’t appear from someone else. Thank you to all who responded. T-shirt Trump dress would be perfect. Like to think of Marica and others of us wearing them at a rally.

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            2. No good deed goes unpunished — while dredging the history I accidentally spilled an extra hundred active tabs into my browser…..cleanup on aisle 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 17, 22, 23…..

              Here’s the link — *


          2. she is wearing a sweater over it, so I can’t tell you a lot about it from the picture. the top looks white and the bottom ( empire waist) looks like a shade of coral/pink to me. there are words all over it and you can see TRUMP clearly and then vertically it says ROCKET MAN…so there must be a lot of Trumpisms on it, but I can’t see more…sorry

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          3. Oops, sorry that was the dress from the other night. Serves me right for answering off the notification bell.

            No, this is white A-line with print on it of Trump 2020 slogans. She has a jacket on over it, so I can’t tell if it’s sleeveless or not.

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            1. FOR ZOE

              Trump Nicknames Graphic T-Shirt Dress



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              Sublimation printed 96% polyester, 4% elastane front panel
              Solid color 100% cotton back/sleeves/rib
              Loose casual fit
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              Trump Nicknames
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              All of the best Trump nicknames!

              Nervous Nancy – Crooked Hillary – Sleepy Joe – Rocket Man – Pocahontas – Low Energy Jeb – Deface the Nation – Crazy Bernie – Wild Bill – Texas Ted – Bush Original –

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          4. Hi Zoe!! I didn’t order the Melania dress as I don’t think I could afford it!!! LOL!! It was a shirt dress that one of the Flynn wives was wearing when they took the oath…as a group! It has all the Trump Trolling nametags on it…Some vertically and some horizontally….Rocketman and Sleepy Joe and Crooked Hillary! When i get it, I will give you a better description!! It should troll lefties pretty well!!! LOL!!!
            Love ya sista!!!


              1. LOL Steve!!! I have too many family Members down for the count right now! RE spurs temporarily hung for a bit!!! 😘🥰😎🤠 Good to c u!!!

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    2. Flynn’s words about a ‘Cyber Army’ come to mind.

      I bet he’s involved with the Q movement big time.

      I have suspected Scavino was involved – since he’s Trump’s closest ally and aid – office right next door to the White House.

      Flynn once tweeted a photo of the famous watches with the reflection of PDJT, didn’t he?

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      1. “This isn’t food! This is what food eats!”

        I find myself in the opposite position. I have to buy food for my pet’s food. Hornworms (which are really caterpillars of some sort) come in bunches of 30, with some food supply, but they will eat that completely long before Darwin has eaten all the horn worms, so I have to buy them food–I just moved them to the container with the food in it, I believe 11 of them (and they’re getting BIG). Similar with the roaches; I have to dump a bit of food into their container too but at least there he eats enough of them they only last a week or so. So yes, “pet food food.”

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          1. No kidding.

            There are some people who own enough reptiles they start breeding roaches or crickets on their own, then they start wondering if the insects are to feed the reptiles, or whether the reptiles are just there to help them keep their breeding project from getting out of control.

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    1. That is an amazing resource. He tells who each person is and provides links on many of them for further research and/or evidence of nefarious activities.

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      1. Read several of them….most highly connected or successful (obviously, common folk never included) and it pretty much proves that there’s never enough money, fame, luxury, etc. once you have a taste of it….it becomes a drug that takes over your soul.

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    2. That is a great thread! Thanks, Butterfly!

      Amazing amount of information there…wow.

      For example, Epstein’s Chief Pilot for 20 years — Larry Visoski — has a daughter who is in Military Intelligence.

      There is a thread attached to the tweet about Visoski, which has a lot about him…including a selfie that he took with Kelleyanne Conway.
      It was from 2016 at an airport, where Epstein’s plane was parked near Pres-elect Trump’s plane.
      But the enemedia will probably try to make a big deal out of it.

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        1. I bet the wealthy ones (blood line families) usually went in their own planes or yachts.

          The ones in the flight logs are sometimes movers and shakers, but sometimes just hired entertainment (actors, singers, writers, directors,) hired artists or decorators, or hired brains (scientists, professors.)

          And, of course, the girls. The ones over 18, or mature enough for a bystander not to be sure if they are 18.

          The flight log people might seem to be rich, famous, and lead glamorous lives compared to the average deplorable. But they are nothing but hirelings (or bar sinister relatives) to the real power brokers. Even an average billionaire from the logs doesn’t have 2% of the wealth that Q says the Rothschilds have. And the great majority aren’t billionaires.

          The submarines Ghislaine piloted into the underwater base were, I’m imagining, reserved for the boys, and for the girls who were too young to be mistaken for 18. To me, that’s the real horror.

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          1. My understanding is the tunnels were used for rituals involving children (much younger than 14!) Shortly before his arrest, Epstein spent millions filling the tunnels with cement.

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            1. Yes. I think the tunnels and stairs under the “temple”/Turkish bathhouse went all the way down to the old WWII Navy surplus minisub base.

              Once they were captured and put on a sub, from that moment on, the kids might have not have seen sunlight again.

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              1. Wow. I didn’t know that,

                Epstein owned another island right next to Little St. James Island, Great St. James Island. Who needs two private Caribbean islands, each equipped with its own private underwater minisub base?

                I mean, I don’t have a problem with that, if it’s somebody on the up-and-up. But Epstein? C’mon. There’s something we don’t understand here. What and who were on Great St. James Island?

                Branson has a private island in the British Virgin Islands. Q posted pics of the Soetoro family vacationing there with him. Big Mike is said to be from the BVI, so that must have been a homecoming for him, going to visit Branson with the husband and the two foster daughters.

                Now Bribe’im is yet another pedo with an island in the VI? I see on the map a small speck named Dog Island near Little St. James. Is that where Dog-faced Pony Soldiers come from? #GropeAndChange #QuidProJoe

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              2. My comment on Biden’s island is from reading Geo Webb’s research… here’s link to a tweet that is part of a THREAD back in Feb 2020… if you scroll through his tweets earlier than Feb you will find more. Webb has reported that youTube deplatformed him and he lost access to tons of research… (some of which covered info on Water Island/Biden…

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              3. Thanks!

                I’m familiar with George Webb from his work on an earlier case, but I’m blanking out on which one that was.

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      1. Defund the Universities became so popular, it was turned into a short thread!

        Inez Feltscher Stepman (a senior contributor at The Federalist) on how the “appalling failure to take culture, and the institutions that shape it” in public school and higher education with the sobriety that is warranted resulted in the whirlwind our nation is reaping now.

        How Our Anti-American Education System Made Riots Inevitable
        Rioting social justice warriors are remaking the world as they see fit, consistent with what they’ve been taught from K-12 to the highest echelons of learning.
        By Inez Feltscher Stepman
        JUNE 16, 2020

        Inez Feltscher Stepman on how presumably “harmless” campus radicalism spilled over into street violence.

        Campus Insanity Is Migrating To Society, And Republicans Had Better Stop It Before It’s Too Late
        JUNE 12, 2019 By Inez Feltscher Stepman

        +twatter RT
        +LIFELOG x2

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  1. Legoland reclosed everything but 1 hotel is reopening per an email I recevied. So they requiring guests to wear masks the entire stay, even when at the pool unless you are i the water. You have to make a reservation to go to the pool, to go to the restaurant, or just stay in the room. If you dont want to wear a mask you have to give them a note from a medical provider and then…you must wear a wristband your entire stay.
    “Guests who cannot wear a facial covering for medical, mental health or disability reasons – a letter will need to be presented from a Medical Doctor or qualified health care professional exempting them from this requirement in order for these guests to enter into and remain in the Resort.All guests who present a letter from a Medical Doctor or qualified health care professional with regard to the inability to wear a facial covering will be issued a wristband to wear and clearly display during their stay at the Resort. ”

    Too creepy and restrictive!

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      1. Cant enjoy that stay. I looked at Hotel Del Coronado too… Everything is closed, limited restaurant and no room service. Still gave to pay Resort fee, 2 nights… $850. What a joke!

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    1. Creepy.
      Oh yeah…bigtime creepy!

      The wristband thing.
      That’s what the Nazis did to the Jews.

      The Nazis made Jewish people wear an armband or a Star of David badge on the front & back of their clothing.
      This served to mark them as outsiders…and served as a mark of shame.

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        1. I know…and my heart goes out to you, Gil.
          Hugs {{{{Gil}}} 💗

          I never had to deal with anything like this.
          We’re so glad our kids are grown.

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        2. Start with

          Then move on to

          “Theres only so many crafts, Walks, and movie nights.” — but that’s only true under a limited view of “crafts”. If you’re blowing things up or catapulting them, there are plenty of things to do.

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          1. every year my kids’ high school had a turkey throwing contest. (to participate you had to provide a turkey for the local food bank–the school then had 2 frozen ones on hand for the competition). my son and his friends built a trebuchet and launched their turkey halfway across the football field…it was in all the papers…lol
            boys and their imaginations!

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        3. Gosh, I would venture to say most of us did without crafts and movies as children…we used our imaginations and created our own fun. Why make someone dependent on being “entertained” all the time?
          Give him some Scissors , some glue, some old magazines and catalogs and ask him to create a story. Give him some items and ask him to build something with them. Teach him to cook or bake. Give him some buttons and teach him to sew them on. How about musical instruments…a simple recorder or even a harmonica…then just allow him to have fun experimenting and making his own music. Legos! Can keep children involved for hours.
          And, of course, there’s always the old stand-by…a puppy.

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          1. “Gosh, I would venture to say most of us did without crafts and movies as children”

            This and the pool is what a lot of us grew up on. Of course, the pool is closed this summer. GRRRR. And so far, it’s been a PERFECT pool summer.


            When is this going to be over? I’ve never wanted my own in ground pool, but this year, it’s tempting.

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          2. Four of my grandkids are very fortunate, even though they currently live in a too-small apartment.

            They come over to gma and gpa’s farmlet and run free. Old tire swing, a big sandbox, six dogs, two cats, a garden to raid, an above ground pool we put up every spring, and nature’s flora and fauna.

            They play all day, and their imaginations are like those we used to have back in the old days. A shady tree becomes their house and they spend hours hauling whatever boxes, pieces of wood, etc., that they can salvage and creating a make-believe world.

            There is something to be said for extended families living close by. Pooling resources can help the children so much.

            I grew up in the burbs, and the visits to my uncle’s farm and my grandma’s farm brought idyllic memories.

            This covid business is hell on families.

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            1. My mother worked nights in a cafeteria during the harvest season so after breakfast she would go to bed and younger brother and I were completely on our own. One might even compare those summer days to being quarantined!
              We played paper dolls making up elaborate stories with them and next were explorers. We caught bugs or frogs and lizards in a jar and watched them and learned. We had tea parties with old dishes and played cowboys and Indians. Dad provided a huge piece of plywood propped against the garage and odds n ends of old paints and let us paint away. Same with hammer and nails, sand paper and some pieces of lumber. He made a sand box and put a canopy for shade and we spent hours there. Mom gave us measuring cups and we learned the difference between a cup and a half cup and how many it takes to fill a quart jar…all in our own. And, of course, there’s endless games you can do with a ball or two.
              No TV or devices, 15 miles from the nearest swimming pool, no library, no movies…but we were happy, safe and full of life. Wouldn’t trade that for anything!
              In later years I lived and worked in Third World countries in primitive conditions and have been fortunate to do a lot of adventure traveling in the same..and I’ve often thought my interest and comfort began from those early years of imagination and independence.

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          3. We’ve been through a lot of those things already and they are good. I got him a loom craft but I cant figure out the way to crochet the ends, dang chinese instruction writers. Its more of a mental health and isolation problem now. We’ve been on lockdown with closures since mid March.

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            1. Road trips a possibility? There are some county/state parks that are off the beaten path that are lost fees and open for at least a limited amount of vistors.

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              1. Looking at everything. Mr gil has to stay home for work and the dog. Road trips, never a plane, so too far isnt likely. Im exploring. Normally id go north toward santa barbara but past it. CA is not what it was even 10 years ago. Looking east at AZ.

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          1. Heinlein famously opined that young men should be sealed up in a barrel and fed through the bunghole….until it became clear they should be released or the bung should be driven-in.

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        4. are you guys hikers?
          my daughter and her family took a family vacation (she lives here in PA) last summer out west and they hiked thru many of the national parks out there…they flew out, rented a car and drove–they even made it as far south as the Grand Canyon…the pictures were amazing…every evening they bought bottled water, snacks and hoagies/ sandwiches for the next day…

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            1. If you’re out that way, skip the GC and do Bryce Canyon. We thought we’d do a mini sub-vacation* from Vegas to Bryce and Zion and loop around the GC to get back. Did two days at Bryce.

              *The Fiancee and I have gotten in the habit of going “a long way from home” for a vacation, then a “short trip from there” as a sub-vacation. We’ve done Edinburgh as a sub-vacation from London; Saint Petersburg as a sub-vacation from London; Chattanooga as a sub-vacation from Nashville, etc.

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        5. “Theres only so many crafts, Walks, and movie nights.”

          Maybe pick up a used microscope. It may open up some new avenues for him — some major surprises on how things look close up.

          eBay would be a good source for quality microscopes at a reasonable price that are surplus from schools and the government.

          Take a pair of tweezers and collect bugs off of the radiator to examine wings, etc.

          Collect water samples from lakes, ponds or streams. Quite a variety of microscopic life there.

          I did a hay infusion experiment in high school biology class that I still think of now and then from the lessons I learned from it.

          I also recommend “My Family and Other Animals” By Gerald Durrell. Basically about the adventures of a 10 year old in while in Greece who had an extreme interest in natural history, including the use of a microscope in his studies. Also a great sense of humor. One of only two books that had me often laughing out loud while reading it.

          “Wonders of a lifetime
          Right there before your eyes…”
          – M. Pinder (Moody Blues)

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          1. Great suggestions. We loved that book when we homeschooled. We spent many a day at the local state park, wading in the stream, collecting water samples (and leeches!) to examine under a microscope.

            I mean, we spent whole days at a time. I would bring a picnic lunch and that was that. Salamanders, newts, every insect you can think of and so on.

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            1. Great memories (minus leeches) for your kids!

              I’ve spent so much time around water while out in nature that it is quite often in my dreams. Happened again last night. Was walking along a lake with a deep drop off at the shore. I stopped and got on my knees to peer down at the rocky bottom.

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        6. Can you get to South Dakota? It was excellent! Mount Rushmore, Devil’s Tower, Wall Drug (which IS an attraction; the whole town of Wall sort of is). People are almost all normal. I don’t know about hotels, but camping was great!

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          1. Oh if we go to SD Im not coming back. Im seriously looking at movingbto the northwest corner or maybe near keystone. As for a vacation, its too far for a few days.

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      1. Under shari’a law, all dhimmis under an Islamic government must wear yellow belts, or other distinctive clothing elements, to distinguish themselves from the 1st class citizens (i.e. the Muslims.)

        Hitler got the idea of the Jews wearing the star from his friend Haj Muhammad Amin al-Husseini, the infamous Grand Mufti of Jerusalem. Even the yellow color of Hitler’s star came from the Islamic tradition.

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        1. Which is difficult because in the smaller towns they are the only game going.

          That said, I went out for breakfast today with a friend, and no one was wearing a mask. Gov. Chicken Butt Abbott missed the mark when he shut us down again.

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      1. Big companies often don’t mind–or even welcome–regulation, because it keeps the small fry buried.

        That could well be what’s going on here. Walmart made out like bandits because they could stay open. I think a lot of mom-and-pop operations, those that survive, will try to be in a position to claim they sell food and are therefore essential, for the next time.

        And I am sure there will be a next time.

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              1. I bought mostly food I kind of like, not really like. I’ll eat it in a pinch, but I want to make sure I don’t eat it *not* in a pinch.

                If it’s “oh, my favorite!!” it will be gone quickly.

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          1. I know I’m probably going to be spending extra money getting some photos printed, at a brick and mortar that charges twice what Walmart would for that size print. I want to help keep them going.

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            1. STL is dominated by local grocers. Three families who have been in the business for over 180 years, about 110 years, and the BIG chain about 80 years. Yeah, you pay a little more for better quality stuff – and more local stuff – but the benefit to the community is tangible in what they do for the food banks and other legit non-profits.

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  2. This morning’s reminder from the great Dr. Rashid Buttar:

    Dr. Rashid Buttar (6:04): “You’ve never seen the President wear the mask, right? Because he knows to wear a mask is like wearing, it’s like building a fence, a chain link fence to keep mosquitoes out. It’s absolutely the biggest stupidity…

    I think that anybody who walks around with a mask on, is basically saying “Hey, I’m a dumbass”, that’s what they’re saying… because they fundamentally don’t understand what wearing a mask is for and how obsolete wearing a mask is…

    Honestly, that’s what we should start saying, I should start handing out stickers when I see somebody wearing a face mask, ‘Here, here’s a sticker for ya, you know, I’m wearing a face mask because I’m a dumbass…” 😂😂😂😂😂



    I’ve been working on a note to print and hand out to anybody who take one, if TPTB attempt a full-court press:

    To Whom it May Concern:

    My patient, ___(name)___, has been examined by me, Dr. Rashid Buttar, and I can confirm that he is exempt from any ‘face mask’ requirements, because my patient, ___(name)___, is not a dumbass.

    Dr. Rashid Buttar

    P.S. The interview where I explain why masks don’t work, and how you too can avoid being a dumbass, can be found at the following Youtube address: *

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  3. Looks like SD is inching closer to forcing the Big Ugly.

    If Durham’s report is as explosive and damaging as it should be, SD’s actions will be a resource to back it up.

    And if Durham’s report is another clown-show white-wash cover-up, then SD’s actions will expose it and force a confrontation.

    He sounds serious, after the first couple of short paragraphs.

    I hope so!

    Says he began preparations back in late summer of 2018. I don’t even remember when he banned most of us, but I wonder how close that was to late summer 2018, and if there is a connection between the two events?

    Looks like Wolf’s first post here at WQTH was Sept. 18, 2018.

    Here’s is the link to SD’s most recent thread on forcing ‘The Big Ugly’:

    Act or Be Acted Upon…
    Posted on July 6, 2020 by sundance

    SD: “I have been working this since late summer 2018, specifically the evening after I said President Donald Trump was going to fire Jeff Sessions on the day after the 2018 election. (He did) By December ’18 it was seriously underway. “

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    1. “Says he began preparations back in late summer of 2018. I don’t even remember when he banned most of us, but I wonder how close that was to late summer 2018, and if there is a connection between the two events?”

      I had visited SD’s site as a resource for George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin matters several times over a number of years. But I first started paying attention to SD regularly, as a general news and commentary source for Trump vs. Resistance affairs, in the late summer of 2018.

      So my time following SD regularly corresponds almost exactly to the time frame he gives here. And Wolf established this site soon afterward, I believe in September of that year, as you document above.

      And people began complaining of bannings soon afterward. Wolf re-purposed this site as a haven for those who were fleeing the Second to Last Refuge very soon after this site was created.

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    2. Very cool.

      I intend to magnify, amplify, sharpen and direct more strongly whatever Sundance has.

      I agree completely with his strategy! 100%. It is as important as revealing the roadmap and tripwires for it was in 2016.

      Let’s talk Q and CTH for a moment.

      Sundance began to become annoyed with the influence of both the Q phenomenon and the “Trump’s got this” crowd (Brian Cates, Thomas Wictor, etc.) on his site by summer of 2018. Note that this created CONFLICT on the site that led me to create a “Q haven” for Treepers to talk Q. Ultimately, that didn’t stop SD from having to (in his mind) not just discourage, but BAN Q supporters, to maintain what HE NEEDED in terms of not only reducing conflict among commenters, but maintaining a kind of “dread of defeat” that he needs to function optimally. Too many optimists “believing” Trump could never be defeated (because that is where they need to be, psychologically) were spoiling Sundance’s never-ending “this is bad, folks” schtick.

      Very shortly after the 2018 election, on 11/10/18, Sundance booted the “trusty plan” people, as he called the combination of people who were – in one way or another – too trusting that Trump was IN FACT in control.

      In the eyes of Sundance, Trump was definitely NOT in control, was “allied” on all sides with backstabbers, and was being betrayed continuously. In Sundance’s mind – and in mine – Trump was surrounded by both REAL ALLIES and REAL ENEMIES, plus a lot of the FORMER who were really THE LATTER.

      Perhaps I saw the need for MORALE as more essential than Sundance did. But that is not the only reason that I believed, and STILL believe, that the Q program was essential. Still, if SD was thinking that Q belief was messing up his site, then that’s all he needed to kick us out.

      One could say that CTH’s goals and Q’s strategic goals – both short-term and long-term – were not in alignment. This is not unexpected. CTH is very “DOJ-oriented”. Q is far more military in outlook.

      “Camera angles.”

      For the record, I have never “not gotten” Sundance on the grimness of the situation for REAL swamp clean-up, if one views it without a kind of deep faith in Trump and MAGA, nor have I ever disagreed with Sundance’s estimation of the seriousness of the situation. Like many of us – even Sundance – I briefly believed that Mueller might be a “white hat”, helping to bring down the bad guys. Alas, the only person who believed this for a SHORTER time than me, was probably Sundance. Thus, I get that the situation is bad. But I also get that many Treepers needed more hope than Sundance was willing to tolerate.

      Sundance’s value to Trump is computing the downside. It’s rotten work, but somebody has to do it.

      The problem is now TIMING. It is very clear that the goal of the left (and the controlled/collaborating right) has been to delay exposure of their crimes PAST the 2020 election, and – thanks to this virus – they have almost managed to pull it off.

      Sundance has arrived at the only faithful answer on our side. NUKE ‘EM. BEFORE THE ELECTION.

      If Durham can’t, won’t, or in anybody’s opinion shouldn’t start the bonfire of criminality BEFORE the election, Sundance will.

      I will not only strongly support this move, I will offer to help in any way possible, including offering my services as an “insurance executor” for the distribution, so to speak.

      Sundance remembers, like I do, what happened to Andrew Breitbart, in an election year. Yeah, it was plausibly natural. The other side isn’t stupid. They get plausibility better than WE do. But we also have MORE THAN ONE Breitbart now. They can’t stop us all.

      So with that all said, let me finish with this.

      WOLVERINES!!! 😎


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        1. Value only if read and considered by the Trump team.
          Actually, I envision a small group of Internet readers working for the Administration that follow hundreds of sites for general tone and content but also to glean nuggets of information from the citizen journalists.

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      1. “If Durham can’t, won’t, or in anybody’s opinion shouldn’t start the bonfire of criminality BEFORE the election, Sundance will.”


        Then let’s git ‘r done, less than FOUR MONTHS to election day, and who knows how many FFs they have planned before now and then, that will chew up weeks of news cycles at a time.

        Vasquez: “Whatever you’re gonna do, do it fast!” (Aliens, a.k.a. Alien Part II, 1986)

        (video link, with sound, I couldn’t find one that would actually post here)

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      2. Sundance has arrived at the only faithful answer on our side. NUKE ‘EM. BEFORE THE ELECTION.

        I’ve been saying precisely this. At least one person here once opined that this has to wait until after the election. NO WAY. It MUST happen before.

        Can you guarantee the other side doesn’t have some way to fix the election…that Trump &Co. are unaware of? It would be FOOLISH for them and for us to assume that they will win the election, that they can’t be outmaneuvered. (Lest I be misunderstood, I have no doubt Trump would win an honest election.)

        Even if Trump knows that his victory is certain, and knows for sure they can’t cheat their way to a win (quite frankly, I think that level of certainty is impossible, and if one thinks they have it they are deluding themselves), waiting until after the next big event just puts you into the run up for the next one. We’ve been hearing now for FOUR YEARS that we have to wait on something to happen…the Job Lowe report, the election, the funeral for Deep State Fuckhead, etc. and ad infinitum. There’s always a reason we are invited to delay, just a little longer.

        It’s like the tenant who will have the money next week. The sooner you just put your foot down, the better.

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        1. “Even if Trump knows that his victory is certain, and knows for sure they can’t cheat their way to a win (quite frankly, I think that level of certainty is impossible, and if one thinks they have it they are deluding themselves), waiting until after the next big event just puts you into the run up for the next one.”



          It would require balls the size of Jupiter, but…

          What if he *is* that certain of winning fairly, so he has set up a surveillance system to monitor the election and is allowing them to do whatever they’re going to do, expecting them to cheat.

          If they don’t (hahahahahaha!), then Trump wins easily.

          But if they DO, then he declassifies and unloads EVERYTHING, and to cap it all off, and to prove without any doubt their evil intent and actions over the past 4 years, they cheated and STOLE the election.

          For which they will now all be prosecuted, in addition to all of their other treason, high crimes, and crimes against humanity.

          November 4th until January 17th (or thereabouts) is plenty of time to expose the fraud and reveal the actual election winner (Trump) if they are prepared and ready for exactly such an attempt by the dims.

          But I would sure try to avoid it, seems like too many variables and too many things to account for that could go wrong.

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          1. I know I saw this article recently:


            DOD Has Enduring Role in Election Defense
            FEB. 10, 2020

            At the Reagan National Defense Forum last December, Army Gen. Paul M. Nakasone, U.S. Cyber Command commander and director of the National Security Agency, laid out the Defense Department’s role in election security. “We began the ability for us to defend the presidential elections not today, not six months from now. We began it the day after the midterm elections,” he said, “We have not let up in terms of our ability to understand what our adversaries are doing.”

            The Defense Department plays an important role in that whole-of-government partnership, spearheaded by the NSA and Cybercom’s Election Security Group, formed in the wake of the successes of the Russia Small Group during the 2018 midterms.

            David Imbordino, the NSA election security lead, and Army Brig. Gen. William Hartman, Cybercom’s election security lead and commander of Cyber National Mission Force, co-lead the joint Election Security Group. Its purpose is to align the two organizations’ resources, efforts and actions to disrupt, deter and degrade adversaries’ ability to interfere and influence the U.S. elections.

            “The biggest success out of 2018 wasn’t the 2018 midterms,” Hartman said. “The biggest success was we put in place, both organizationally and from a business practice standpoint, a focus on an enduring mission to protect the democratic process.”

            The Election Security Group’s primary objectives are to generate insights on foreign adversaries that lead to improved cyber defenses and to impose costs on countries that seek to interfere. It directly supports partners, such as the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI, by collecting, declassifying and sharing vital information to enable agencies’ efforts in election security.

            “[The FBI will] engage with social media companies,” Imbordino said. “That information can enable a social media company to then use their platform, where they have very unique insights that we don’t have, to mitigate and potentially unravel [malicious] social media influence campaigns.”

            When NSA and Cybercom see a cyberattack happening against a certain victim, they communicate that information to appropriate government offices, which, in turn, work with private-sector partners to provide notification and enable future cyber defense.

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            1. Yes, this part always struck me as odd:

              “We began the ability for us to defend the presidential elections not today, not six months from now. We began it the day after the midterm elections,” he said, “We have not let up in terms of our ability to understand what our adversaries are doing.”


              1. why AFTER the 2018 midterms, unless the plan was to lose the House, to just let them have it, for nothing? It’s not like the whole planet didn’t know by 2018 that the dims were engaged in a wholesale COUP attempt, and were cheating openly in elections.

              2. there is no credible ‘adversary’ outside the U.S. that is not acting IN CONCERT with the democrat party, so the ‘adversaries’ — of the United States and the ‘democratic process’ — are, quite literally, the democrats.

              They keep acting as if Russia or China or some other outside actor is engaged in a solo mission to disrupt our elections, as if these foreign entities are not FUNDING and COORDINATING with the democrats, not to mention Deep State compromised RINOs.

              The foreign and domestic enemies (adversaries) cannot be distinguished one from the other, because they are ONE and the SAME.

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          2. “November 4th until January 17th (or thereabouts) is plenty of time to expose the fraud and reveal the actual election winner (Trump) if they are prepared and ready for exactly such an attempt by the dims.”

            Your idea, imo, is useful as a Plan B if everything we do before the election misfires and, somehow, their cheating overcomes our winning.

            But I don’t relish the possibility your post-election plan would be implemented, and think we would be falling into a trap to rely on it as of this summer.

            Too many politically active news consumers are creatures of habit, and still rely on legacy media for their knowledge (such as it is) and understanding of current events.

            Too many people are neither engaged politically, nor regular, current news consumers. Faced with a mentally/emotionally challenging situation that requires knowledge of the world outside their home, community, or video game, they would also fall back on the habit of where they last went when they did pay attention to the news. In most cases, this would be legacy media.

            The legacy media is, virtually in toto, the YSM media, micturating on Trump and shredding the Constitution by the use of guile and premeditated, professionally orchestrated, psychological warfare. In fact, this media is The Enemy.

            In times of (emotional) crisis, people naturally fall back on habit first, to reestablish a comforting sense of the normal, before, if habit is not sufficient to resolve the crisis, turning to things that are new and untried.

            “Habit” refers not only to old methods of communication (cable television, Twitter, phone call to left-wing aunt) and trusted outside guides (NYT, Anderson Cooper, Rachel Madcow, Bill Kristol,) but especially to old habits of thinking, to familiar thought patterns and evaluations.

            In the event of controversy over the election results, too many will turn to the legacy narrative controllers, and there will be too many weeks of anti-First Amendment rioters in the streets, professionally organized, Soros-funded anti-1A groups such as anti-FA and Burn Loot Murder (BLM.)

            All such false narrative, violence, and drama will be very divisive. This is exactly what the Dims, ChiComs, and other Leftists want. Division is their specialty.

            And, even if Trump should prevail, his 2nd term would then start with a burning, divided, emotionally seared country. And a country having survived even more weeks which were less productive economically that they could have been. Exactly the opposite of how he would like his 2nd term to start.

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            1. Very much agreed, I would not want to try to implement that strategy, unless it involved a complete takeover of the MSM — which, frankly, should have already been done YEARS ago at this point.

              The job of waking up the American People is a MILLION TIMES HARDER — infinitely more difficult — when you allow the enemy combatant’s PROPAGANDA TOOL to remain functional.

              I know the ‘story’ is that the American People need to “SEE” for themselves, so things have to get really bad, really, REALLY bad…

              The problem with that argument has ALWAYS been that it’s the same argument a mole or traitor would make, to mollify the patriots and persuade us to do nothing, until it was too late to do anything.

              In other words, if Q was an enemy, he has a perfect plan to keep the angry villagers with their pitchforks and torches completely docile, i.e., don’t DO anything, just ‘trust the plan’.

              That would be a VERY good plan for a subversive enemy, too…

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          3. Maybe I wasn’t clear; I think he can be certain he would win a fair election. I don’t think he can truly be certain that they can’t find a way to cheat that he wouldn’t be able to block.

            That being said, that could include “catch and be able to prove” too.

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        2. If the media will not be honest about THE HOAX – about the Democrat SCAM to take out Trump – to say nothing of all the other Dem sins they ignore – then it is up to US to inform all voters.

          CRONY JOURNALISM is getting CALLED OUT.

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          1. “CRONY JOURNALISM is getting CALLED OUT.”


            We’re way past calling them out.

            They need to be CANCELED out.

            They like ‘cancel culture’ so much?

            They consider themselves ‘canceled’.

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          2. Sunday’s Salute to America speech had some very strong words for the media. I’ve rewatched twice already and am going to watch again when I get a minute. (My newly installed system crashed today taking with it all my work of the past week. Having to start over again. This is not normal, but I’m blaming a very hot office, not anything nefarious.)

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      3. “Very shortly after the 2018 election, on 11/10/18, Sundance booted the “trusty plan” people, as he called the combination of people who were – in one way or another – too trusting that Trump was IN FACT in control.”


        I wasn’t a “trusty plan” people 😁

        I just had an argument that nobody (including Sundance) could defeat.

        And I kept making it over and over again, because it worked, nobody could even challenge it.

        The controversy surrounding Q is with regard to determining whether Q is:

        A) a hostile psy-op being run by the Deep State

        B) a friendly independent psy-op or ‘LARP’ being run by people who support the Trump administration, but don’t have any real access to the administration

        C) a legitimate revelation of intelligence information to the American People by members of the U.S. military intelligence apparatus, working in direct cooperation with and support of the Trump administration

        Since there seems to be no way to prove to anyone’s satisfaction whether Q is ‘for real’ or not, it makes sense to look at secondary indicators.

        If it was an operation independent of the Trump administration, even a friendly one, that’s not the kind of thing any administration could allow to go on, outside their control.

        First, to the extent that people associate Q with the administration, the things said by Q reflect on the administration, and you can’t have unaffiliated people affecting the public perception of your administration.

        Second, an independent ‘friendly’ operation could accidentally expose something before the administration was ready, or otherwise compromise ongoing actual operations, even if they have friendly intentions.

        Those two observations argue against a ‘friendly’ but independent operation.

        If Q was a hostile operation, the administration certainly could not allow it to go on and negatively affect public perception of the administration by association. The administration certainly has the technological capability (via the NSA and military intelligence) to shut Q down.

        But even if they didn’t, even if it was a hostile operation beyond the capacity of the administration to shut it down, President Trump could completely discredit Q with a single Tweet.

        He could do that in 5 seconds, simply say “Q is fake, don’t believe anything this ‘Q’ group says“, and poof, Q’s credibility is destroyed and Q is finished.

        That has not happened.

        That observation argues against Q being a hostile operation.

        So if Q is not a hostile operation, and Q is not a ‘friendly but independent’ operation, what other possibility does that leave?

        No one ever even tried to challenge that post, or variations of it.

        Including SD.

        I wasn’t arguing Q is real or that we should ‘trust the plan’, my focus was to point out to all the Never-Q people that they had NO RATIONAL ARGUMENT to deny Q, that their opposition was PURELY EMOTIONAL.

        Unless they could answer and refute the simple argument I posted above.

        And nobody could.

        And the point is much stronger today than it was back in 2018, because DJT would have to live in a cocoon in order to not have heard about Q at this point, and we know he doesn’t live in a cocoon.

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        1. Yes. Very much agreed. The only conceivable argument is that LOWER-LEVEL Trump re-election officials HAVE denied Q with the phrase “Q is discredited”.

          Which is exactly what one does with “all of the above” – hostile op, friendly op, or OWNED deniable op. So the one thing we do know is that Q is “optionally deniable”, since some in the administration or outside allied groups have chosen to deny it and were not publicly reprimanded for doing so.

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          1. ” The only conceivable argument is that LOWER-LEVEL Trump re-election officials HAVE denied Q with the phrase “Q is discredited”.”


            Yes, but lower level people don’t count.

            Lower level people wouldn’t be privy to the operation, and besides that, the only person with enough credibility (to Trump and Q supporters) to effectively deny Q and therefore destroy Q, is Trump.

            And nobody else but Trump.

            Anyone else is just flapping their gums, either out of purposeful disinfo or legitimate ignorance 😁

            It was a tight enough argument that no one ever really tried to challenge it. It would shut up the Q-haters for a while, until the next day it would start all over again.

            And I would post the same argument, and the Q-haters would all go silent again, because they had no credible counterargument.

            They had no answer.

            And they still don’t. 😁

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            1. It’s never been refuted.

              People just look at me, stopped in their tracks. It’s glorious. Even my brilliant, sadly liberal (corrupted by university) son can’t come up with a counter to it.


      4. [begin quote]
        SD… maintaining a kind of “dread of defeat” that he needs to function optimally. Too many optimists “believing” Trump could never be defeated (because that is where they need to be, psychologically) were spoiling Sundance’s never-ending “this is bad, folks” schtick.
        [end quote]

        I function optimally when regularly exposed to a news and analysis mixture of more optimistic (e.g. Flep, Brian Cates, Thomas Wictor), less optimistic (e.g. SD, scott467, my wife), mixed (e.g. Wolfmoon yourself, Wheatie, DP, Sadie Slays, Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal) sources, and nominally “objective”, “neutral” “reporting” from outside the English-speaking world. All leavened with occasional snatches of false narrative, cant, and Kant from the Enemy, to keep track of what those bastards are scheming.

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          1. I don’t want to be either complacent or demoralized.

            Plus, people from different points on the Dr. Pangloss/Eeyore spectrum tend to be aware of different topics, visit different websites, etc. So they bring different facts and other claims to the table.

            The linguistic divide is huge, too. I first heard about the novel coronavirus in December on an Asian-language podcast from Asia, I would say at least 1 week, if not 2, before I heard it on Steve Bannon’s War Room Impeachment show, which in turn was much earlier in reporting it than was any other English-language source.

            In an Asian language, I couldn’t understand everything they were saying. But I could understand the numbers, and recognize the word for “death”, and hear the numbers getting bigger every day.

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        1. I didn’t think I was ‘less optimistic’ 😂

          I’m confident that Trump is going to win in a landslide… I just think it’s always a good idea to have a back-up plan, just in case bad actors interrupt the natural course of things 👍 😁

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          1. You? Less optimistic than Flep and Brian Cates?

            Uh, I would say “yes”,…

            …even if you’re confident Trump’s going to win in the end.

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            1. You put me in the same category as SD! 😂

              I understand Flep’s optimism because he cites his sources and reasons logically from them — it’s Cates and Wictor I’m never too sure about.

              They both tend to substitute derision for arguments, which always makes me wonder WHY they are so confident in what they believe, if they can’t articulate it any better than they do.

              I certainly have no problem with mockery and derision, though I try to reserve it for the other side, instead of our own — and not as a substitute for, but in addition to, a compelling argument 👍

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              1. Very good points.

                Cates and Wictor are both very knowledgeable. But they do a bit of hand-waving when it comes to criticizing those on our side who question or disagree with them. So I can see understand your estimation of them.

                I certainly didn’t mean you are pessimistic like SD!

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      1. I actually defected. I had had enough of the fear porn from both SD and the commentors by then. BUT, I came at the whole Q thing from a different angle, too. There was so much information that came out on the chat boards in 2016 and 2017 that is simply disregarded or unknown and SD’s posits reflected that lack of information. If you weren’t hanging out on the chans then, or The Great Awakening, etc., you missed a lot. And all the “good side” leaking of information has dried up with the effectiveness of the canary traps. Those people aren’t risking their jobs, that’s for sure.

        I would be VERY wary of putting too much faith in SD and his approach to anything in this realm. IIRC, he didn’t even question the narrative of Las Vegas when the chat boards had all sorts of analysis of the acoustics of multiple shooters, and the material witnesses who posted video of the incident proving it were systematically eliminated via car accidents.

        At this point, things are rolling, and while the show is horrific, it seems to be unfolding with precision.


        Q !!Hs1Jq13jV6 ID: 4b50f0 No.9600507 📁
        Jun 13 2020 15:15:27 (EST)
        The ‘how’ will be hard to understand for most.
        Focus on the ‘why’.
        The ‘when’ is now.

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        1. He did question the Vegas thing. I remember he rebuked me (again!) about the security guy. He had rebuked me earlier when the Benghazi thing happened because I thought the whole video thing was a three letter agency setup (i.e., that guy who produced it was an asset). Man he got mad at me for that.

          Anyway, I rarely mentioned Q and hadn’t been on the CTH much, but the minute I found the Q Tree and commented, I was banned.

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        1. I was actually doing fine at both for a while — respecting SD and not discussing Q over there, and hangin’ with peeps over here. I suspect (but, due to the opacity of the process) that I got banned over there because I compared the comment numbers on rally threads here and there…..

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    3. SD: “I have been working this since late summer 2018, specifically the evening after I said President Donald Trump was going to fire Jeff Sessions on the day after the 2018 election. (He did) By December ’18 it was seriously underway. “

      Sure…but there were a lot of people who predicted the same thing, even before Sd did.
      It was a fairly common prediction.

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      1. But I WILL give Sundance the following – he BACKS UP his assertions in an extremely well-researched and convincing way. That makes the difference, IMO.

        I like to dump fresh assertions, but I “prove” them much less frequently.

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        1. Well he *used to* do that for the most part, but since I stopped reading him about 18 months ago when he banned us…I don’t know how well he has been doing that since then.

          He’s wrong sometimes, Wolf.

          For example, he asserted that “Q is dangerous”.
          What did he back that up with?

          I’m sorry, Wolf, I’m just not in the Sundance fan club anymore.

          Anything he says can be found in other places…so I don’t think I am missing anything.

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    4. I am actually not a “trust the plan” person, at least not in the way that some imply tht it is all over, signed, sealed and delivered. I don’t think all is won for certainty and I think we have Much to do and actions to take.

      I was banned for being too positive … someone who posts regularly and is evidently is an admin posted a very discouraging comment. I counted, said it was discouraging and pointed out the many things to be upbeat about. Was told I was being turned into a ghost and I could go play with my other friends … a reference to hear or Marica’s blog, probably the latter as I occassionally posted in my OT name there to ensure that PCH knew I was saying Hi. He knew my me by both screen names but toward the end I wasn’t sure if he remembered such things with the strong meds so wanted to make sure.

      Maybe to much upbeat was also discouraging people from action, needed action to win. We can’t be fooled by assuming someone else has it all worked out and its all over but the shouting but neither can we be so discouraged that we don’t act. We must all be politically active and doing our part.

      Anyway, SD’s blog, his choice the audience and commenters he cultivates and develops.

      Read some of the very first posts just a few days ago. Real change. Sad and yet blog’s purposes evole with time. It is now a tool that SD has developed purposefully (and I hope, wisely for his purposes) and SD chooses had to use it. I hope he uses it well as 2020 is critical.

      Would it be stronger had he cultivated his comments section differently? IDK but its not my blog.

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              1. Obviously being mostly dead on the honeymoon would put a damper on things.

                (But then again, sometimes the whole three ring circus of the wedding and reception is so exhausting nothing actually happens in the bridal suite other than sawing logs…but these days, let’s face it, the couple has long since…er…coupled by the time they get married.


  4. I was devastated to learn of the sudden passing of Charlie Daniels. 😪

    There is SOO much to say about this fine man.

    It’s a sore, sore loss for conservative, christian America….but he was 83, he didn’t suffer, he lived larger than life, and he got to celebrate the founding of our Republic one last time before moving on.

    It goes without saying that all of country music is eulogizing him. However IMHO nothing and no one can say more about who he was as a person, what he stood for, what he believed, and both the outstanding quality and content of his character than the last tweets he made prior to the sudden stroke that took him from us.

    RIP Charlie Daniels (1936 – 2020)


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  5. Tucker’s monologue from Monday night:

    Can the Dems lead a country that they despise and want to destroy?

    “These people actually hate America.”
    “These people are liars.”

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    1. Tucker’s last comment: “We cannot let them run this nation, because they hate it. Imagine what they would do to it.”


      We don’t have to imagine.

      Just look at what Hussein the Usurper and his criminal henchmen did to America.

      And they’re still doing it, they never stopped.

      But they’re going to be.

      At the end of an executioner’s rope, for Treason against the United States of America.

      And the democrat party will be more reviled than the Nazi party.

      Toxic and extinct.

      That is the future of the democrat party, and every person who is a professional member of it.

      Even those who are not prosecuted and convicted of Treason will never escape from their association with the God-hating, America-hating, Constitution-hating democrat party of Treason.

      And it can’t happen soon enough.

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      1. I think it may have to do with the fact that his family was attacked by Antifa…at their house.

        So I’m sure he’d like to see them squashed.

        Lately he’s talked like he expects Pres Trump to act like a dictator and send troops into Dem controlled and Dem created, hot spots.

        Then he swings back in the other direction and puts the blame where it *should* be —
        On the Dems.

        So yeah, he swings like a pendulum.

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        1. This is exactly how negatively controlled opposition works. I was wondering WHY ANTIFA targeted Tucker WHEN they did and HOW they did. They wanted Tucker Carlson hyper-vigilant and hyper-reactive on ANTIFA. Very smart tactic. Kinda like making sure some people got ‘RONA.

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      2. He could be going terminal, like THX-1138 (1971 George Lucas film, starring Robert Duvall).

        THX-1138 (Robert Duvall’s character) wants to be free of the dystopian ‘1984-on-steroids’ underground world of the future, and makes a break for the surface (and freedom).

        He is chased by the ‘system’, robots on motorcycles, etc., which eats up ‘credits’ the longer the chase goes on, until the system has to determine whether it’s worth the ‘cost’ to stop him.

        Tucker is making a break for the surface. He’s seeing how far he can go before Faux News terminates him.

        The risk to Faux News is that firing him is going to make Tucker into a superstar, so if they terminate him too soon, he will have time to get up and running somewhere else and influence the election in favor of Trump.

        Certainly Tucker knows this, so he is pushing as hard as he can, trying to force Faux News to terminate him sooner rather than later, knowing they want to, but have to balance the risk of doing so too soon.

        So Tucker is getting the message out either way.

        Heads Tucker wins, tails Faux News loses. 😁

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        1. You have made a very cogent argument which smoothly incorporates LOTS of little points. I sure hope you’re right because it was a week or so ago when he downright trashed DJT. I remember feeling a burst of betrayal, as if the world was cracking. Brief but intense. Your recitation gives me a plausible reason for him doing it.

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          1. Last week a number of personalities made negative comments about our CINC. Quite disturbing. I pushed back on Torba directly. Kind of felt orchestrated and fake all at the same time. Which is something I’m noticing about the “home videos” of supposed “Trump supporters” reacting to panti-fa and now the couple painting over the burn-loot-murder street art. Wolf called it out in a recent post, but I am smelling something very fishy about these videos. Almost like the other side is scripting these videos to plant imagery in the minds of true MAGA people to inspire WRONG responses in the future.

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  6. Article:

    REPORT: Epstein Associate Ghislaine Maxwell Possesses “Stash of Pedophile Sex Tapes”

    ………….From the article:

    The tapes reportedly implicate Epstein’s elite network in sex crimes.

    The Daily Mail…is citing an anonymous longtime ‘former friend’ of Epstein’s so-called madame, who was arrested by the FBI last week as a result of an investigation into her involvement in the now-deceased pedophile billionaire’s sex trafficking and pedophile ring.
    [ … ]

    The anonymous Maxwell associate claims that the pedophile billionaire’s madame has access to tapes of child sexual abuse that Epstein personally arranged in order to secure leverage over his wealthy and powerful peers, to be used in blackmail operations in the event he ever faced criminal prosecution or sanction for his activities.

    “Not only did Epstein like to capture himself with underage girls on camera – he wanted to make sure he had something to hold over the rich and powerful men who took advantage of his sick largesse.

    If Ghislaine goes down, she’s going to take the whole damn lot of them with her.”

    If the Daily Mail’s source is legit, some of Epstein’s connects in the world of the political and social elite are probably sweating bullets.

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          1. Mossad’s mission is the defense of Israel – and retribution when Israel is attacked.

            I admire the heck out of Mossad/Israel for tracking down the Nazi murderers and the Munich murderers and others.

            I’ll always defend Israel.

            The Law of the Lord proceeds out of Zion – Isaiah 2:3

            Israel was chosen to submit to circumcision of the flesh and soul – to live out the Law/Commandments and be different from the pagans.

            Israel has flaws – but they are no more sinful or dastardly than ‘The Church’ both Catholic and Protestant.

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            1. 916
              Saving Israel for Last
              10 Mar 2018 – 1:04:36 PM
              10 Mar 2018 – 1:02:22 PM

              What about Awan.
              Is Israel involved?
              We are saving Israel for last.
              Very specific reason not mentioned a single time.

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              1. President Trump approves of and supports Israel.

                I’ve been to Israel …. and am glad they have been able to stand against all those rabid barbarians.

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              2. Interesting that we have each interpreted the Q ‘saving Israel for last’ post completely differently.

                I see it as Israel being liberated from the Islamists threat.

                The first part of TradeBait’s comment kind of supports my interpretation.

                …as does PDJT’s alliance with Israel….and the Kushner family friendship with the Netanyhu family.

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              1. I interpreted Q’s “saved for last” comments regarding Israel to mean the problems to be fixed in Israel were, for technical reasons, being given priority after those of Saudi Arabia, the US, and Europe.

                There is some reason we aren’t aware of that the others countries must be improved first, before resources can be spared to correct the corruption in Israel.

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            2. Yep. Revelation 2:9 and 3:9 both mention “the Synagogue of Satan”. That distinction delineates the true Jews from the JINOS (Jews in Name Only, e.g. Soros, Rothschilds, etc.).

              The fake Jews are besmirching the honor and failth of the true Jews, and, by extension, G_D Himself.
              There needs to be a cleanup of the real versus fake in Israel, and I can see the logic for leaving that to last. has a lot on that; might, as well…

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              1. FAITH, not failth.

                Failth is probably was Soros et. al. have, in a manner of speaking…

                Grrrrr… keyboard… or WurstPress…


              2. Criminy, misspelled my correction….geesh…

                Failth is probably what Soros et. al. have, in a manner of speaking…

                Grrrrr… keyboard… or WurstPress…


            3. Just saying Mossad is likely not a monolith. They likely have their share of black hats, white hats and grey hats with others from the out side trying to pull strings for mixed purpose. Just like Israel itself has very divisive political factions those factions are likely represented in their institutions also.

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            4. Georgia and Dep Pat – here is a critical point to understand. Remember that I’m “Never Again” – but I’m probably the wildest card in that fight ever.

              If somebody wanted to GET PAST “Never Again”, who *exactly* would they infiltrate, mislead, and corrupt? Mossad is not perfect, and can be stupid, too – see the last link about getting Eichmann.

              It is extremely helpful to watch movies about ACTUAL Israeli military and intelligence operations, to get a realistic view of the ACTUAL PRICE that “Never Again” entails. Intelligence – even by the GOOD GUYS – is a messy and dirty operation, particularly when taking “active measures” (making changes in the world) is the order of business. Accidents, screw-ups, innocents harmed – it’s all there.

              The “good guys” use techniques like blackmail. It is a simple fact, which I have on excellent authority. But even just the FEAR OF BLACKMAIL is a useful tool. It’s all psychology.

              This is a good *modern* movie to get a feel for the reality of “Never Again”. There is a great movie trailer at the top of the linked article.


              Why was it important to get Eichmann? Because making “Again” inconceivable is a more reliable defense than after-the-fact, like another WWII. To make systematic genocide against Jews inconceivable, make “getting away with it” seem inconceivable.

              This movie shows the very ironic reality of Eichmann’s son in Argentina DATING a part-Jewish girl who was hiding her background – this is what brought him down. This is an ironic time reversal of the same splitting of Germany by the Nazis, which tore German society apart.

              Here is a great TRUE account of getting Eichmann:


              There are problems in CIA. There are problems in British intelligence. I believe the problem is even bigger.

              The Soviets caused a LOT of problems. China is now the big trouble-maker. And maybe others. We may ALL have trouble.

              I trust the plan! 😀

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        1. Maxwell’s career as an Eastern European refugee to Britain, rising to be a “self-made man” as a wealthy, influential titan of British publishing echos that of an infamous Soviet Communist who also fled to Britain and became a publishing magnate there. Paul Johnson documented the rise of that one in, iirc, in his book _Enemies of Society_.

          So I’ve always figured Maxwell for a Red, with the Mossad angle thrown in for misdirection, both to hide their own role, and to promote favored causes of theirs, such as anti-Semitism and Fakestinian terrorism.

          But the Israelis did give him a hero’s burial. So somebody there thought he was working for them. Maybe that’s true. Or maybe for optics the Sovs ran him through one of their splinter cells in the Mossad. Or maybe he was a double agent.

          Putting Maxwell’s story together with that of the guy Paul Johnson identified (whose name I unfortunately can’t recall now,) that of Armand Hammer, and those of Dorsey/Zuckerberg/Brin/Schmidt/Bezos, and what we now know or suspect about Gates, we have to conclude that the narrative of the young, boy genius “fakepreneur” business titan/philanthropist is one that is a useful and oft-deployed tool of Communist-aligned intelligence agencies worldwide.

          We would do well to be on the lookout for it in the future.

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  7. These videos are so good, I just had to post them.

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    BardsFM Flag of United States
    This just gets deeper and sicker each day. What were they actually using the White House for?
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    · 3h
    1993- White House Historical Association letter.

    Epstein and Maxwell donated $10K to refurbish the Oval Office and “certain areas” of the Executive Residence.

    Bill and Hillary have big problems.
    4:25 AM · Jul 7, 2020

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              1. Yeah, I imagine that would do it for you. And more pleasantly than the cheese grater.

                I didn’t think looking at your own picture (does match your self description) would work.

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  9. Not sure I should post the video itself on a family forum, but LMAO.

    Karli Q Medium starMedium starMedium star
    Holy crap the guy is taking a actual crap behind fake news!Face with tears of joyRolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughingRolling on the floor laughing Pile of poo
    Jason Howerton
    9:33 PM · Jul 6, 2020

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  10. TOTALLY agree here. I don’t have a Guidestar account, and I’m not paying for one, but that’s where all the good dirt’s going to be.

    And then the non-profit tax exempt code needs to be nuked.

    Matt Schlapp

    Dear Republicans in Congress the elite are getting tax deductions to fuel violence in our large cities. Immediately start scrutinizing the non profit status of these Marxist non-profits. And lets stop federal funding for schools that teach kids to transform and despise America.

    7:03 AM · Jul 7, 2020

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  11. Check out McMuffin’s word-fare crafting.

    “deceived” people
    “alternative” reality
    “LIKELY” Trump defeat

    Classic propaganda word choices.

    Oh, was wondering who sent the shills today, well look no further than ‘former’ CIA…
    Quote Tweet

    Evan McMullin
    · 19h
    Spend a moment watching the #TakeTheOath videos of many supporters of Trump and the wacky “QAnon” conspiracy theory and understand the the potential for violence on or after Election Day as these deceived people react within their alternative reality to a likely Trump defeat.…
    3:46 PM · Jul 6, 2020

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    1. Such beautiful tiles! Love the colors.
      Many years ago DH visited his parent’s tiny walled- village high up in the mountains of Sicily, where there were cousins still living there. Although the visit was unannounced, it quickly became a party to welcome “El Doctore from America (whom they had heard about). Not much excitement in an isolated village of about 400!
      He visited in some of the ancient attached homes, and while they may have a single light bulb hanging from the ceiling for lighting and all wiring exposed, the interior walls and floors were all beautiful marble. Little did they know how much of a fortune they were surrounded by in today’s prices.
      I suspect most would gladly sell the marble for a nice, cozy bungalow.

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            1. We have a lot of idiots on a main street near my house that throw their fast food garbage bags out their window. I have vowed if I ever see it happen I will follow the car to where they live, note there address and hand select the most nasty stinky bag (s) of untraceable garbage and scatter it across their (preferably) porch or front yard with a laser printed note stating the car model color, license no. and day/time/location of when their crime occurred……

              …but like anything planned and looked forward to, I am still waiting for the opportunity to present itself.

              Obviously I know where the meme’r is coming from, though his thought is a bit extreme 😉

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  12. I wouldn’t bother clicking on the article, but the other side is really selling this idea. They want it SO BADLY! The question is WHY.

    Of course, we all know the answer. The thing is…when the arrest of Maxwell was announced last week, Bitcoin’s stock price dropped like the Titanic going to the bottom of the ocean.

    Somehow, I don’t think the cashless thing is going to happen.

    The New York Times
    The pandemic is propelling a shift toward a cashless society in ways that no other single event has, raising new calculations for merchants and enriching the digital payments industry
    Our Cash-Free Future Is Getting Closer
    The pandemic is propelling a shift toward a cashless society in ways that no other single event has. Experts say that’s not necessarily a good thing.
    6:20 AM · Jul 7, 2020

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    1. i really prefer spending cash…if I don’t have it in my wallet, I can’t afford it…
      if a major appliance goes or some other big expenditure, we go to the bank and withdraw the funds.
      only time i use the card is for on line stuff–and even then–i don’t do that often. I hate that if something happens to my payment and it doesn’t reach them on time, bingo! they charge you incredible fees—

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        1. With all-electronic purchasing, cash transfer, etc., they will be able to control IF you are able to do any transactions AT ALL…

          Not just tracing and analyzing.

          TOTAL CONTROL…..

          Already trying to do this in their “poster country” Sweden…

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  13. are they THIS stupid–it was explained last time how his rallies work–first come, first served—but they insist they can make the venue look empty. this is why they’ll never win…they’re dumbasses!
    A liberal-leaning group and individuals are using social media to encourage Trump opponents to reserve tickets for the president’s upcoming reelection rally in Portsmouth, N.H., in an attempt to make the venue appear empty.

    “Get your tickets and don’t go,” one Twitter user wrote Monday.

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      1. but they still think they’re actual tickets–like a concert venue…it’s not…first come, first served. they could request 400 million tickets and if only 30,000 showed up for a 30,000 capacity venue–it would be a sell out. these are not difficult concepts…lol
        well ok…maybe difficult for mentally challenged liberals

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  14. I didn’t realize that Chinese students account for nearly a THIRD of all foreign students in America. POTUS’s new rule about colleges and on line courses kicks them out–why should they be allowed to be HERE if their courses are now on line?
    “Trump has just kicked out all Chinese University students by hiding it in a sea of ejected international students. . . . Universities can either help Trump get re-elected by returning to in-person classes or going bankrupt and cutting off money from the Democratic Party.”

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  15. After he issued a statewide mask order, the Ector County GOP censured Gov. Abbott for violating several principles of the state party’s platform and the Texas Constitution by “creating law via executive order.”

    Ector County GOP Censures Governor Greg Abbott Ahead of State Convention
    On July 4, the Ector County GOP voted overwhelmingly to condemn Governor Abbott’s executive orders in hopes that other county committees will follow suit ahead of the state convention.

    On Independence Day, the Ector County Republican Party Executive Committee voted in approval of a resolution censuring Governor Greg Abbott.

    The Odessa-area Republican committee confirmed the resolution in a 10-1 vote, with four other members who abstained or were unavailable.

    The resolution condemns Abbott for violating several of the core principles outlined in the state party’s platform, including “strict adherence to the original language and intent of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitutions of the United States and of Texas.”

    An earlier version of the resolution had been presented a few weeks ago but the group held off on considering it.

    “It wasn’t quite the time,” Tisha Crow, the Ector County GOP chair, told The Texan. “We hadn’t gotten to this point where people were so angry about the overreach.”

    But Abbott’s latest executive order issued on Thursday mandating face masks for Texans under the threat of a $250 fine was the “straw that broke the camel’s back,” according to Crow.

    “And it’s not about masks at all. You can substitute many things for that term,” said Crow. “It’s not about the mask. It’s about liberties and it’s about someone infringing upon those illegally. [Abbott] is pushing through mandates he does not have the legal authority to do.”

    +twatter RT
    +LIFELOG share *

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    1. So many loved Gov. Abbott up until a few days ago.

      Now he has revealed himself as a mole, a sleeper, one of those who Q says would appear to be an ally and supporter until a critical moment.

      Say goodbye to any presidential aspirations, Abbott.

      You’re DONE.

      It’s going to be an incredibly difficult argument that ANY professional politician should be our candidate in 2024, for exactly this reason.

      Even ‘heroes’ of our ‘team’ turn out to be enemy combatants, over and over again.

      If anyone is in politics long enough to make it to the presidential level, how can they have escaped becoming corrupted, while hiding it, just like Abbott?

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        1. Yes, I never trusted Perry either. His country bumpkin “aww, shucks” routine is either legitimate or a persona.

          If it’s legitimate, then he shouldn’t be anywhere near critical decision making on a national level.

          And if it’s a persona, if he’s faking, if it’s a put-on, then he shouldn’t be anywhere near critical decision making on a national level.

          So either way…

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        2. Plus it was a very weird thing he did, stealing Ashley Banfield’s signature glasses right in the middle of the presidential campaign, as if his handlers decided he wasn’t being ‘marketed’ properly.

          That’s not a man being himself, that’s somebody who doesn’t even know who he is, doing what consultants tell him to do… or at least that’s how it appeared to me at the time!

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  16. perusing OT and there’s a notice from their ad-rem about many being in moderation and they attribute it to the use of proton email and how WP doesn’t like it…and there was a discussion of it.
    anyone here use it? it has a monthly fee–but supposed to prevent a lot of spying…
    just curious…


    1. ProtonMail is built by people from CERN in Switzerland. Switzerland and CERN both may be “spy central” by some accounts. So they are providing a “privacy” product that probably does help a little with some kinds of privacy.


      In order to store your emails, you have to install a tool (made by them) onto your computer as a “bridge” to allow your local email program (like Thunderbird) connect to their servers over an encrypted link. And it’s all proprietary software so you have no idea if they “peek” at your email (or other things on your computer).

      For them, if they are using their tool to get “compromat” from the secrets of their customers, the privacy marketing pitch is a lure. Kind of like all the VPN companies being suspiciously located in particular countries. I’m not saying they are all run by spy agencies. I’m just saying they _could be_ all run by spy agencies. 😉

      Probably the same for any other online email service. looks interesting, but you can’t download your mail. TBH there probably isn’t a single perfect email service. You just need to find the one that makes sense for the level of risk you are dealing with.

      If you like an aggressive spam filtering service and aren’t too worried about what agencies are reading over your shoulder, might be fine.

      I won’t trust the Goolag because of cancel culture.

      If you are fine with your mail staying in the cloud, and you want extra good encrypted end-to-end email, Tutanota might be perfect.

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    1. THIS WAS NOT JUST THE PRESS – it was the powers that be behind the press – Øbastard, Hillrotten, $0r0$, Gates, Red Chyna, Big Pharma, the Globalist cabal…. a long list of evildoers

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              1. last evening hubby and i played chipmunk hockey–ever heard of it?
                I had my broom and hubby had the snow shovel…we chased the dang chipmunk into a corner–or so we thought…he moved left and I chased it. he moved right and hubby was there blocking the way. we thought we could scare it enough to stop coming up on the deck and stealing the bait out of the traps…
                clever and quick..he zigged and zagged right past hubby!
                I literally fell down laughing at the look on hubby’s face!

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              2. No, cannot say I have heard of that game – seems to me – this is something you and hubby cooked up to make ‘chasing critters’ more fun and profitable – LOL

                You two are quite the pair – perfect for each other – youse guys are – LOL

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              3. let me be clear–the chipmunk is in NO REAL DANGER…lol…we are not aiming to kill it, and we certainly didn’t even scare it…it was back on the deck this morning…lol…smacking the bait box trying to get pellets to spill out…

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              4. OooooK! You know I love the chipmunks even though they raid the bird feeder regularly – they stuff their cheeks – and return later in the day – put out a little ‘chipmunk feeder’ – maybe – they are so tiny – don’t each much – one peeked in my window – dunno for what he was looking – but I think it was ‘Chipper’ – there are at least two babies who are in ‘training’ – lol

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  17. via Ace of Spades

    The Morning Report – 7/7/20
    —J.J. Sefton

    “Good morning, kids. Tuesday, and for the first time ever, I am getting a definite sense that American Blacks are finally seeing the multi-generational abuse they have suffered at the hands of the Democrat Party. It is beyond tragic that it has taken the senseless, horrific shooting deaths of their children – at the hands of other Blacks – to make the scales begin to fall from their eyes. Actually, as appalling as these slayings are, including this one in where a car rolls up to a man holding his daughter’s hand as they cross a Bronx street, and is gunned down in broad daylight, it has been the constant drumbeat of “Black Lives Matter” since the incident in Minneapolis which rings hollow and hypocritical in the extreme to the families of Black on Black crime that I believe is engendering a sea change politically and culturally that may well prove one of the most significant in decades.

    The generational helplessness, hopelessness, dissolution and in fact genocide of American Blacks, is solely the fault of the Democrat Party. Yet the concomitant big lie that it’s the fault of Republicans, America as founded, white people and “systemic racism” force fed on all of us by the brainwashing mills that are our schools, the media and a Republican Party that allowed themselves to be blood-libeled, never had any real pushback – until the coming of Donald Trump. Is he the second coming of the Great Emancipator? Who knows? But year after year, decade after decade, Republican politicians had ample opportunities to speak the blunt truths about all of they above. All they did, as they always do on every damned issue, was to accept the Democrat narrative (and in so doing further reinforce it as emmes truth) utter mea culpas, promise to change their evil ways, and then reach across the aisle in shaking down the taxpayer for more welfare, graft and bureaucracy.

    At first, I found it galling in the extreme that Trump’s magnificent Mount Rushmore speech was smeared as “divisive” by the Democrat-Media Complex as well as quite a few flunkies and traitors among the cuck-servative set. But, as the saying goes, you take the most flak when you’re right over the target. How could defending the greatest nation and society (warts and all) that has and will ever exist in history, be divisive unless one believes the exact opposite? As I stated yesterday, no other president or Republican leader in my lifetime, with maybe the exception of Reagan, ever defended the nation so forcefully and eloquently when it was under direct assault from internal enemies as Trump did.

    Given the circumstances, I think it would be in Trump’s and indeed the nation’s interest for him to deliver an equally blunt and honest speech about what is going on in our cities, the calling out of “Black Lives Matter” as the terrorist organization that it is, and the slow-motion genocide of American Blacks at the hands of the Democrat-Socialist enterprise. That’s another reason why the Mount Rushmore speech was smeared as divisive; to prevent Trump from dropping the mother of all truth nukes on this big lie.

    …Black Lives Matter falsely pretends that black people are mostly endangered by police, when in reality, in some of the most dangerous neighborhoods in the country, they’re protected by police officers.
    And those police officers are increasingly black.

    Black Lives Matter declared war on the police on behalf of criminals. The death toll in black lives is shocking. And the toll in the lives of black children is even more heartrending. When the police leave, the criminals take over, and the hospitals and morgues pile up with the black victims of gang violence.

    That’s the BLM Effect.

    Supporting Black Lives Matter means not only supporting criminals over the police, it means enabling the mass deaths of black people and black children that inevitably follow in the wake of the riots.

    If you support Black Lives Matter, you’re killing black children.

    As Trump himself once said (which the usual suspects were aghast at) when courting the American Black vote, “what have you got to lose?” With rivers of blood running in the streets of Democrat-controlled inner cities, and the prospect of them turning into torrents as police departments are abolished, the question to American Blacks is look at what you have to gain: life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Mostly life.”

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    1. I posted this yesterday, but Candace is ALWAYS worth a repeat… this one is a keeper!

      Candace Owens Retweeted
      Jul 5
      “If we don’t have enough voices admitting that we have a culture problem in black America that is being fostered by a media which coddles us — and if we are no longer able to discern between what is right and what is wrong, there’s no hope.” –

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      1. Help! I don’t know how to link to the periscope… when it is embedded in the tweet. I tried coping link while playing, that doesn’t work. Anyone know?

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      1. All of these murders, beatings, robberies.

        How many are either done by braini-washed moose-lame immigrants OR by inner city kids high on drugs given to them by their moose-lame immigrant “minders” … or should I say “mind controllers”?

        I’ve seen this done.
        The young men are lterally drugged to enslave and control them.

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    🍺𝐁𝐞𝐞𝐫 𝐚𝐭 𝐭𝐡𝐞 𝐏𝐚𝐫𝐚𝐝𝐞🇺🇸⭐️⭐️⭐️@Beer_Parade
    Pop quiz…

    How come there was no “flu season” or “flu epidemic” this year?

    Here’s an idea: Repackage it as “Covid 19” and have the fake media push it 24/7 in an attempt (along with the Democrat Party) to force “mail in voting” (in a weak attempt to steal the election).

    followed by a Meme; “It’s over, Stan. COVID is here. Soon, only 99.98% of us will remain.”

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    1. More like 99.99998%, but a great post in any case.

      Same fake science as Gore-Bull Warming, the “Ozone Hole”, the “Population Bomb”, “The Quiet Crisis” (Udall), “Silent Spring” (Rachel Carson, bad/fake/fraudulent science about DDT), and a host of others.

      As Upton Sinclair famously (and presciently) noted,

      “It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it.”

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  19. H/T CITIZEN817

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    1. When I saw that picture of Melania, with the Amber Waves of Grain and the Flag behind her, what went through my mind was the song, indeed hymn, “America the Beautiful” and the words “GOD shed HIS Grace on Thee”…

      Such unassuming grace, and faith, and patriotism (especially from one who emigrated to the US; although in her case, she must have an intense and special understanding of what a privilege and blessing it is to be an American) amongst first ladies, indeed, many people, is very rare indeed.

      And the Demonic left hate her for it.

      Which only makes their anguished yells, catcalls, and unfounded criticisms all the more obvious, and all the more futile.

      We are truly blessed to have VSGPDJT and Melania as our POTUS and FLOTUS, i.e. first couple. May GOD Bless them, strengthen them, protect them, give them wisdom, discernment, power, and help to achieve HIS Perfect Will…

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  20. H/T DORA

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  21. SecOpsMonkey expands his “Ghislaine Maxwell is NOT in Brooklyn theory:


    Remember when I said she was likely taken down the previous week and NOT July 3rd as stated? My hunch just based on the flight activity as I saw very similar things happening when Epstein didn’t kill himself. There were a flurry of flights down to close proximity “International” locations – some of which are published and known agency blacksites from previously outed rendention flight stories. Upon researching the court documents – I find them to support this theory.

    According to the court documents, it was four days earlier on the 29th in which she was taken into custody.

    She was indeed in New Hampshire; but the story about the FBI rolling up the driveway 15 deep in the morning to arrest a woman who was on the lamb just sitting in here living room wearing sweats and reading her book while having a coffee – I am not buying – as they do not want this lady to escape under any circumstances and 15 federal Chevy Suburbans rolling up your driveway are going to get your attention in the country – just ask Nate Cain. As you can see from the aerial shot(s), that house is surrounded by dense woods. Out the back door and 50 feet, she would be out of sight for any supposed airplane circling the area. (Not to mention the obvious floor to ceiling glass windows overlooking the road where the feds supposedly drove up).

    More than likely, the take-down would have been a very early morning op around 0300-0400 hrs (with a near full moon on the 29th) and teams would have come in around the entire house through the woods, full gear with NVGs, and they would have breached, flash-banged and had her apprehended within 15-20 seconds. They would have then exfilled her immediately with a clean-up team to gather additional evidence after she and the operators was already down the road.

    Let’s take a closer look at this million dollar home. According to the “The Insider” and Zillow, this million dollar home had an address of 338 E Washington Road, Bradford NH. They show pictures of very nice home up on a little hill surrounded by woods. However, looking at the Zillow listing and google maps shot, this house JUST sold in 8 months ago in December 2019 doesn’t look anything like the pictures. I will chalk that up as being an old google satellite image (pre 2017) and assume this house was built in recent years around 2017. The more perplexing question becomes how does a person who is running from the law hide out in a house that someone just bought in 2019? The house, according to several realtor and news sources was bought by Granite Realty, LLC. and they paid cash. Clearly she was receiving help to stay off radar.

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    1. Also FTA:

      As for the arrest date, I have a PACER account and was able to pull the records. According to the two case filings, she was taken into custody June 29 in New Hampshire; and while in custody she was officially arrested July 2 via a court order by a NYC Judge and transferred into the Southern District of New York system via a US Marshal.

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      1. This is case in point, none of us should ever trust what is released for public consumption at face value.

        Here, just enough of the facts that are a matter of public record were broadcast to spook the rest of the ring into doing stupid stuff. JMO, but I think the monkey is on to something here. The real story is ALWAYS far more interesting.

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    Video: The Russian Origins of Black Neo-Marxism
    Monday, July 6, 2020

    This new Glazov Gang episode features Gary Gindler, a conservative columnist at Gary Gindler Chronicles. Gary discusses The Russian Origins of Black Neo-Marxism, revealing how a white American of Russian origin became one of the founding fathers of the communist revolution in America.

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    1. I really like these ‘reaction’ videos, LOL!

      Seeing someone who has never even HEARD some of my favorite music, and seeing the effect it has on them, the first time.

      And remembering the impact it had on me, the first time that I heard it. Sort of like a classic movie that you put on for someone who has never seen it before, and you wish you could erase it from your own memory, so you could see it again for the first time, and experience again the first time 🙂

      This girl does a lot of ‘reaction’ videos to songs she has never heard, to a number of songs I happen to like. There are a lot of Pink Floyd songs that I really like, but if I had to pick just one, this might be it.

      And it’s fun to see someone else experience it for the first time 👍

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      1. I have been listening to Pink Floyd for so many years that I almost never even think about the group’s name — but it occurred to me, that if I wasn’t familiar with the group, I would wonder about the name ‘Pink Floyd’ 😂

        The group’s name is taken from the first names of two Carolina blues musicians, Pink Anderson and Floyd Council. 👍


  23. H/T MIKE

    Sorry folks, I’m still thinking about Charlie’s passing, so I thought i would share a song with some of Charlie’s finest fiddle playing.
    Here he is weaving seamlessly around the late greats Toy and Tommy Caldwell, George McCorkle, et. al., AKA the Marshall Tucker Band.
    Charlie was pretty much an honorary “Tucker Boy”, If you like his work here, you can get you some more by listening up their album “Where we all belong”, with Charlie on several tracks but prominently on ” 24 hours at a time.”
    Can we still say, “the south’s gonna do it again!”
    Damn right we can. F**K these Marxist punks!

    Long Hard Ride by The Marshall Tucker Band from the album Long Hard Ride

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  24. And Panama pops up again. [but nothing is happening] It really is world wide.

    More charges in the global #Odebrecht scandal!

    Luis Enrique Martinelli Linares and Ricardo Alberto Martinelli Linares were arrested & charged for their roles in facilitating bribes from Odebrecht to a (former) high-ranking government official in Panama.

    Quote Tweet

    Justice Department
    · 11h
    Two Defendants Charged for Their Role in Bribery and Money Laundering Scheme Involving Former High-Ranking Government Official in Panama

    9:25 AM · Jul 7, 2020

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    Brian Cates //Flynn & Breitbart’s Army! Retweeted
    @CBSEveningNews edits out Atlanta’s mayor saying cops are blameless for the weekend’s tragic black-on-black killings

    CBS Edits Out Atlanta Mayor Saying Cops Blameless for Weekend Killing
    Mr. Secoriya Williamson probably said it best when addressing the Fourth of July murder of his 8-year-old daughter, Secoriea Turner in Atlanta: “They say black lives matter. You killed your own.”

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    1. Wondering why so many peeps are wearing masks? [The BORG!]

      Wondering why so many peeps fell for this HOAX the FIRST TIME… ? [The BORG!]

      Wondering why so many peeps STILL believe the ‘official story’ wrt 9/11… ? [The BORG!]

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    1. To mask, or not to mask; that is the question.
      Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer
      The slings and arrows of outrageous Karens,
      Or to take arms against a sea of idiots,
      And by opposing, end them?


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    2. Sheeple
      Sheeple who need sheeple
      Are the most credulous sheeple in the world,

      They’re children, needing other children
      And yet letting their grown-up pride
      Hide all the greed inside,
      Acting more like children
      Than children.

      Lib’rels are very special sheeple,
      They’re the emptiest sheeple
      In the world.

      With those persons, those very deranged persons
      A feeling deep in your soul
      Says you were daft,
      Now you’re out of control.

      No more hunger and thirst
      But first be a person
      Who needs sheeple.
      Sheeple who need sheeple
      The most gullible sheeple
      In the world!

      (Apologies to Jule Styne, Bob Merrill, and the rest of the known and unknown universe)…

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        1. No!!!!! (thanks for reminding me). She can just bask in the “Streisand Effect” whenever she emits an opinion or statement of Gore-Bull Warming, or anything political…

          She could probably spend some time writing a new musical, say, a Vegan one… call it “Lentil”….
          (do you know this tune? No, Hummus few bars and I’ll follow along…)….

          There’s a YouTube with her, and Michel LeGrand on a French TV show, and shes fumbling her way through “What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life”, and Michel is heroically saving her from herself (couldn’t remember the words at all; at least had the tune right)…

          Maybe the song “I’m Five, I’m Five, I’m A Big Girl Now I’m Five” was autobiographical after all……. 🙂

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