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10 Jun 2022, 10:48 am

QAnon represents a science fiction dystopia. And that’s giving it too much credit…..



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10 Jun 2022, 11:07 am

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I liked it better when these guys were peddling the idea that barcodes were the mark of the beast. I always though dog pawprint tattoos were the mark of the beast.

Face tattoos.


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10 Jun 2022, 12:46 pm

old_comedywriter wrote:
funeralxempire wrote:
I liked it better when these guys were peddling the idea that barcodes were the mark of the beast. I always though dog pawprint tattoos were the mark of the beast.
Face tattoos.
That's how they receive their microchips.



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10 Jun 2022, 12:59 pm

Jeez, what doesn't have the mark of the beast these days?



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10 Jun 2022, 1:03 pm

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Jeez, what doesn't have the mark of the beast these days?
It depends on whom you ask.  The answers run the full range from 'everything' to 'nothing'.



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10 Jun 2022, 1:48 pm

I actually believe we need more "beasts" to get rid of these conspiracy theories......



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10 Jun 2022, 3:49 pm

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Martin Armstrong has an annoying habit of being right. Is it just fake or a "Psychological operation" like Operation Trust. If so who created it?
Q is All Fake!
Just look at Operation Trust which was a counterintelligence operation of the State Political Directorate (GPU) of the Soviet Union. They pretend to be part of the opposition to actually mislead people and disrupt the opposition to ensure they will become disoriented and easily conquered. Operation Trust was established by GPU’s predecessor Cheka, It was in full operation between 1921 to 1926. They created fake anti-Bolshevik resistance organizations just like the Q today. This was the strategy to identify real monarchists and anti-Bolsheviks. In Russia, this Q equivalent was called the Moscow Municipal Credit Association (see New Lies for Old).
If so who created it?
If so who created it?



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11 Jun 2022, 6:47 am

↑ Martin Arthur Armstrong is a convicted felon who spent 11 years in jail for cheating investors out of $700 million and hiding $15 million in assets from regulators.

In 1985 Armstrong was found to have violated Commodity Futures Trading Commission regulations by failing to register as a commodity trading advisor, failing to deliver required disclosure documents to clients, and failing to maintain proper records.  In 1987 one of Armstrong's trading entities, Economic Consultants of Princeton Inc., was charged with failing to disclose a commission sharing agreement, and another of his entities, Princeton Economic Consultants Inc, was charged with misrepresenting hypothetical performance results and omitting a required disclaimer in advertisements.

In 1999, Japanese fraud investigators accused Armstrong of collecting money from Japanese investors, improperly commingling these funds with funds from other investors, and using the fresh money to cover losses he had incurred while trading.  United States prosecutors called it a three-billion-dollar Ponzi scheme.  Allegedly assisting Armstrong in his scheme was the Republic New York Corporation, which produced false account statements to reassure Armstrong's investors.

Armstrong was indicted in 1999 and ordered by Judge Richard Owen to turn over fifteen million dollars in gold bars and antiquities bought with the fund's money; the list included bronze helmets and a bust of Julius Caesar.  Armstrong produced some of the items but claimed the others were not in his possession; this led to several contempt of court charges brought by the SEC and the CFTC, for which he served seven years in jail.  Armstrong admitted to deceiving corporate investors and improperly commingling client funds, and was sentenced to five years in prison.

He was released from federal custody on 2 September 2011 after serving a total of eleven years behind bars.

The man is not to be trusted.  Ever.  At all.  Full stop.



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11 Jun 2022, 1:33 pm

Anybody who believes in that QAnon junk……needs to have his/her head examined.



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11 Jun 2022, 8:41 pm

kraftiekortie wrote:
Anybody who believes in that QAnon junk……needs to have his/her head examined.


You believe in it. You believe it is some kind of enemy or followed by people to be opposed. It could be something to induce exactly that reaction from you. Ever get the feeling you are being played.

Many in finance know the real story behind Martin Armstrong. They used to write to him in prison.



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11 Jun 2022, 8:53 pm

According to a Vice documentary I watched, Q is likely to be a online viral mind manipulation technique deployed by ex-CIA staff who were vindictive against Hillary Clinton and tried to manipulate the 2016 election.

The CIA have conducted mind control experiments since the 1960s (these have been posted on another thread).

It's like some type of mass hypnotism where on face value normal and reasonable people look at the conspiracy theories and laugh. Yet erstwhile normal folk get sucked in. Something akin to a stage hypnotist taking a member of the audience and convincing them they are chicken.



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11 Jun 2022, 9:31 pm

cyberdad wrote:
According to a Vice documentary I watched, Q is likely to be a online viral mind manipulation technique deployed by ex-CIA staff who were vindictive against Hillary Clinton and tried to manipulate the 2016 election.

The CIA have conducted mind control experiments since the 1960s (these have been posted on another thread).

It's like some type of mass hypnotism where on face value normal and reasonable people look at the conspiracy theories and laugh. Yet erstwhile normal folk get sucked in. Something akin to a stage hypnotist taking a member of the audience and convincing them they are chicken.


You realize that's a conspiracy theory. Of course it's not a conspiracy theory when we do it. When Mattias Desmet pointed out mass formation (sometimes called mass hypnotism) was being used to sell the covid narrative all the fact-checking sites when into overdrive debunking mass hypnotism. So does mass formation (hypnotism) exist or not? Of course mass hypnosis is real when we accuse a group of falling for it. Just another glitch in The Matrix. I already have a thread on mass formation here Mass Formation (Hypnosis)

Just the opposite of what Marty Armstrong (and others say), viral mind manipulation technique deployed by current CIA staff to mislead Trump supporters. Based on the structure of Operation Trust.



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12 Jun 2022, 9:50 am

flamingshorts wrote:
. . . Many in finance know the real story behind Martin Armstrong. They used to write to him in prison.
Judging by the kind of life Mr. Armstrong has led, it may be safe to assume that most of those letters contained variations on the theme of, “Where’s my money, b***h?”