QAnon – is it real, doing what and who are they?


“Q” is a mysterious and anonymous online figure. Q began posting on anonymous Internet message boards around October of 2017. The person or persons behind the Q persona claim to possess a top-level security clearance and evidence of a worldwide criminal conspiracy – including the Clintons, globalists, Satanic cults, sex trafficking rings, drugs, money laundering and parts of the Democratic Party operatives.

Q is identified as the core inner circle, where Q+ or QAnon are those identified by Q, though unknown by QAnon, to assist in the communication applification. In this space, you have normies (people not in the know) and non-normies. The main motivations of the Q phenomenon are two-fold:

  1. The Great Awakening – is to prepare the groundwork for the normies to take the shock of the truth that is about to come out. The truths are so self-evident that it will change everything you ever thought about the governments around the world and what they are nefariously hiding and doing to the normies they are sworn to serve.
  2. The Storm – refers to the actual exposing and takedown of these nefarious activities by “bad actors.” The takedown will be so widespread it may affect many lives – as it touches business, cultural icons, international agreements, academia, and government officials – that many of the normies have looked up to for livelihoods.

This is a rather tall order agenda. Though this Q phenomenon sounds like a noble cause (good vs. evil), when looking at this agenda critically, one could take a contrarian view that this is a coup d’état in the making. Q is often said to be far-right-wing actors amplifying a white supremacist agenda. Both sides deny each other nefarious accusations. It seems that whoever is in charge gets to decide who is good or evil.

A growing list of media figures, politicians, websites, and social media accounts that have amplified QAnon by either evangelizing its tenets to their followers or neutrally presenting the conspiracy theory through their influential platforms. The consequences are that some have taken it to an extreme. A man is facing terrorism charges in Arizona for using an armored vehicle to stop traffic on a bridge near the Hoover Dam with demands and letters is said to be inspired by QAanon. The FBI said conspiracy theories like QAnon are domestic terrorism threats.

President Trump’s “Make America Great Again” rally in Tampa, Florida on July 31, 2018, saw many attendees bearing QAnon shirts and signs, and even had the President approvingly point to someone carrying a QAnon sign. QAnon believers commonly tag their social media posts with the hashtag #WWG1WGA, signifying the motto “where we go one, we go all.” Trump has amplified QAnon Twitter accounts over 25 times – even using the motto once in a Trump rally.

If you are looking for the Q posts you can look at the dozen or so sites that routinely published their posts – here is one and here is another. A couple of analysts that regularly publish Q interpretations can be seen here and here. Note that News Forecasters does not endorse any of these sites – we merely post here for your information.

The speculation regarding the motive and the identity of the poster, range from the poster being a military intelligence officer(s), to Donald Trump himself, to the posting campaign being an alternate reality game by Cicada 3301. Because postings are anonymous and do not allow registration by users, any number of individuals may post using the same handle. The poster uses a frequently changing tripcode to authenticate themselves.

The Italian leftist Wu Ming foundation has speculated that QAnon has been inspired by the Luther Blissett persona, which was used by leftists and anarchists to organize pranks. “Blissett” also published the novel Q in 1999. In September 2018, Jack Posobiec, a correspondent for One America News Network, claimed that QAnon was started by two pro-Trump Twitter trolls and that the letter Q was chosen due to the Blissett novel.

News Forecasters believes that perhaps at this point, the who is probably not that important. The point is that the Q phenomenon is real, whether it was a started by Internet trolls or an anonymous set of well-intended deepstate “good guys.” By now most likely Q and QAnon have been infiltrated by government intelligence agencies and is now being used as a psyops program. This psyops program would be used to identify those that could be used as assets of these government intelligence agencies.

News Forecasters has no inside knowledge or is making a judgment on whether the Q phenomenon has only good intentions. It also does not mean that Q followers are bad people – in the face of today’s malfeasances politics, it is no wonder there may be many groups (staying secret to avoid censorship) trying to be patriots to their country to build a better tomorrow. But let’s assume for a moment that the Q phenomenon is real and they are the protectorates of the patriot state. 

A “Q” (with any significant influence) sitting in a bunker sending out anonymous cryptic messages will simply not be accepted by the public as credible – even if for the good of the public – it has no standing (i.e. vigilantes). Historically it is relatively difficult that a secret group or even a grassroots effort will rise up to save (cleanse) an existing country (or a government status quo) from pending disaster of the current government’s “bad actors.” This is not to say it could never happen.

A revolution, with secret actors to take down a government happens all the time – this is very different. Instead, as we have already stated, it will be treated as domestic terrorism attempting a form of a coup d’état – if it should go into an active state. Sorry to say, but secret “good guys,” Superman or Batman only happen in movies.

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