I asked if this was a religious thread and you said "Yes", which was a lie. I haven't broken a promise to you or anyone else by continuing to respond here.
It's an interesting question, though. Has the Q following become religious in nature? Are his followers beginning to see him as a holy seer or sainted figure? Is that why so many of them lash out in anger at those who express mere skepticism?
Enough. Of course i don't really believe that, but some folks here sure are acting like it.
OMG, I know you’ve been a good poster in the past but would you just STOP!
We know you don’t care for Q and that’s fine but your obsession is like standing outside McD’s and complaining to everyone who goes in there that you don’t like McD’s. We get it already!
Try to think outside the box here, the messages may or may not have been disseminated correctly but the best thing to come from all this is the impact it is having across all social medias. It is by answering questions and getting Americans involved in all the bad stuff going on behind the scenes in our government, who might have not paid any attention at all.
If you’d go look, it’s having a great impact all around the internet. Even if it only wakes up 10% more Americans to the damage that has been done to our Constitutional Republic, it has all been worth it. It’s not necessarily about the message, although those are important, it’s about the AWAKENING. So for that, it is being highly successful.
God and Country
Whats more religious than that? No go away like you promised, or stay as a known liar.
Accordingly, I have to agree with those who are sensitive regarding gratuitous antagonism.
Even though Q is not a religious topic, it resembles one in some respects. Now, you might not be Catholic—neither am I—but I don't find it necessary to run over to every Catholic thread and piss in their sandbox and accuse them of embracing "Goddess Mythology", etc. Now, I certainly do occasionally "chime in" on Catholic threads, however, when I casually run across absurd claims that Mary was sinless, for instance.
My point is that such shenanigans on my part are kept to a minimum, and not simply used as an opportunity for indulging in derision—especially since the consequences of discussing the topic are unquestionably a net positive...