Skip to comments.Q Anon: (5/12/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration
Posted on 05/12/2018 11:01:25 PM PDT by ransomnote
This thread is a friendly collaborative place for FReepers to analyze information and share opinons. FReepers have a wide variety of reasons for investigating Q Anon content; this is not the appropriate place to criticize or badger those who choose to use some of their time in this manner.
If you are new to Q Anon, the three links below provide overviews to help answer the questions, "Who is Q?" and "Why read Q drops?".
Is Trump Staging a Counter-Coup? [Q explained?]>
Note: The above thread has been locked for disruptive comments, but post #1 includes a strong, concise Who/What/Where overview.
Q Anon: A Freeper's post re the "new Parallel Construct that Trump has created"
First post to Q ping list. Please read and let me know if you want off or on it
You can locate Q Anon threads by searching the key word "Qanon" using the search window in the upper right of Free Republic's forum page.
If you haven't seen it yet, President John F. Kennedy's excellent speech regarding secret societies, as well as comments about the press, is located at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdMbmdFOvTs
A helpful FReeper passed along the following Youtube link to a good source for concise reviewes of Q drops, Praying Medic:
Praying Medic also has a a Twitter account:
Q "drops" (i.e., posts) can be read with their original formatting on various websites. Sometimes the Q drop websites come under cyber attack or stop updating. This week, I've been using the following link:
Q drops (i.e., posts) often use unfamiliar acronyms. Swordmaker maintains a list of acronymsto help FReepers understand Q drop text. The master list of acronyms is stored on Swordmaker's profile page. It's really great to have a convenient place to find definitions and explanations of terms used in the drops. Here is the link:
Within our threads, Swordmaker posts updates featuring the latest terms added to the lexicon - you can find his updates on threads by looking for this silver Q graphic:
SkyPilot has been collecting Q Anon information into one interesting, detailed, "story of Q" post which I'll place here:
Here's a handy link for those who would like to read what people on Twitter are Tweeting about Q Anon:
Click to read what Tweeters are saying about Q Anon
For those who want a little uplifting video which outlines the big picture that we are now striving for, here's a video from 2016 in which candidate Donald Trump outlines what he wants for Americans and America and his promises if elected.
This Video Will Get Donald Trump Elected
If you'd like to communicate your support for President Trump's efforts to "red-pill" Americans, you may want to use the link Hoosiermama posted which provides you with and email page - you can send the president an email. Here's the link:
Email support for President Trump
ThanQ, JM! Very loving reminder to cherish our relationships.
Husband sent me an interesting thread connecting old timers to the possible Trump campaign moles.
Thread by @CarrollQuigley1: “1/ I’ve got a good one for you. Ed Cox (Nixon Staff) is married to Nixon’s daughter. Ed Cox sent Carter Page to Trump. Ed Cox is a Director [ ]”
By Jack Ewing and Stanley Reed
May 9, 2018
FRANKFURT European companies moved quickly to invest in Iran after it agreed in 2015 to mothball its nuclear weapons program in return for an end to economic sanctions.
Automakers like Daimler and PSA Peugeot Citroën linked up with Iranian partners to sell vehicles. Siemens of Germany struck a deal to deliver locomotives. Total of France began a project to explore offshore natural gas.
Yet even before President Trump pulled out of the agreement with Iran, many companies had already tempered their expectations and limited their investment. Now their prospects look murkier as European leaders try to determine whether there is a path forward without the United States.
Officials in Europe want to protect its companies by finding ways to shield them from American sanctions while they continue doing business in Iran.
The United States, however, has not struck an optimistic tone. Steven Mnuchin, the Treasury secretary, has already said licenses that allow Boeing and Airbus, the American and European aircraft giants, to sell to Iran will be revoked.
The objective is to put and maintain maximum sanctions on Iran, Mr. Mnuchin said.
With a population of about 82 million and substantial oil reserves, Iran represented a largely untouched market with the potential for fast growth, a rare opportunity for Western companies with global ambitions.
While players like General Electric and Boeing lined up orders, many American companies, including oil giants like Chevron and Exxon Mobil, had to watch from a distance; even with the deal in place, they were still effectively blocked by sanctions imposed by the United States from working in Iran. European businesses did not have the same restrictions.
For Europe, Iran was a particularly promising example of the kind of fast-growing emerging country that helped lift the region out of a severe debt crisis in recent years. German companies, for instance, have thrived by selling factory machinery, power grid infrastructure and construction equipment that growing nations need to build modern economies.
Despite its potential, however, Iran has largely been a disappointment for European investors. In a dysfunctional economy, many failed to gain traction in a huge bureaucracy rife with political power struggles.
Companies have also been stifled by a reluctance of foreign banks to provide financing, and fears fully justified, as it turned out that the nuclear détente would not last.
Although exports from the European Union to Iran increased by about one-third last year to 10.8 billion euros, or about $12.8 billion, the country still ranked only 33rd among the blocs trading partners, behind the likes of Kazakhstan and Serbia.
German-Iranian economic relations are lagging their potential, Volker Treier, head of the exports department at the Association of German Chambers of Commerce and Industry, said in an email.
After Mr. Trumps decision not to extend a moratorium on sanctions, Mr. Treier said, the moderately positive development in business with Iran comes with a big question mark.
In the end, expectations may simply have been too high.
After sanctions were lifted, Airbus of France signed a deal to remake Iran Airs aging fleet with more than 100 aircraft, including a dozen super jumbo A380s.
So far, Airbus has delivered just three jets, none of them super jumbos, a company spokesman said on Tuesday. Two of the three have been leased.
In 2016, Daimler signed an agreement with Iran Khodro, a vehicle maker based in Tehran, to distribute Fuso brand trucks. Demand has been limited, however, because of Irans weak economy, Daimler spokesman Florian Martens said Tuesday.
Even the Iranian oil industry was having trouble attracting foreign investors the only significant deal the country signed after sanctions were lifted was with Total for an offshore natural gas development.
Whether Total can stay in the deal is open to question. Although Europe may yet carve out protections for companies from the region, the company fears the imposition of so-called secondary sanctions by the United States against non-American businesses and individuals as part of the decision to pull out of the nuclear accord.
Patrick Pouyanné, Totals chief executive, recently said that the company would argue that because it had signed its Iran deal before Mr. Trumps decision, Total should benefit from a grandfather clause and would ask for a waiver from the United States to continue. Total also might turn its share over to its minority partner CNPC, a Chinese state-owned oil company.
European Union officials said on Tuesday that they were making plans to blunt the impact of Mr. Trumps withdrawal presumably helping insulate companies like Total.
We are working on plans to protect the interests of European companies, Maja Kocijancic, a spokeswoman for the European Commission, told reporters on Tuesday.
It was unclear, however, what those measures might be.
France, for example, hopes to engage in more detailed dialogue with the Trump administration to press for waivers for its companies. But it was too soon to say whether Mr. Trump would be swayed, according to two people with knowledge of the situation. It was also not immediately clear whether Mr. Trump would recognize the grandfather clause arguments favored by Total, the people said.
Mr. Trumps decision to pull out of the deal with Iran may not automatically prompt governments to choke off trade.
Having ripped up an international deal, the president may have trouble recruiting allies and cutting off exports of Iranian oil, the countrys most valuable product.
Irans crude exports have risen to about 2.4 million barrels a day in recent months, after being around 1 million barrels a day in the months before sanctions were lifted.
It is going to be hard to get people on board, said Richard Nephew, a former State Department official who was the lead sanctions expert in the Iran negotiations under President Barack Obama and who successfully persuaded other customers of Iran to stop buying its oil in the years leading up to the eventual nuclear deal.
Mr. Nephew, now a senior research scholar at Columbia Universitys Center on Global Energy Policy, forecast that of Irans major customers, Japan and South Korea would most likely cooperate on sanctions because they are worried about Washingtons negotiations with North Korea.
He said European customers, however, would probably be slower to come around. And China and India, which in some months have been buying more than 1 million barrels a day from Iran, may continue to buy Iranian crude in the same quantities.
All told, the impact of renewed sanctions would be an estimated loss of 300,000 to 500,000 barrels a day of Iranian exports, Mr. Nephew said. That would be a significant amount, but much less than the 1.4 million barrels a day or so that Mr. Obamas sanctions achieved.
In the meantime, Iran is running its oil industry at full tilt, analysts say. It is obvious that they are anticipating potential new sanctions and running full speed before it happens, said Antoine Rostand, president of Kayrros, a Paris-based market research firm.
But the sanctions would nonetheless create major complications. Iran has quickly pumped up oil production in existing fields, but these will eventually become tapped out. It wont be able to bring new fields online without partners and capital.
Still, giant oil corporations have not given up on Iran.
We continue to be interested in exploring the role Shell can play in developing Irans energy potential within the boundaries of applicable laws, Royal Dutch Shell said in an email on Tuesday.
The same principle applies to other investors, provided they are big enough and wealthy enough to handle the risk, said Andreas Schweitzer, managing director of Arjan Capital, a firm in London that advises companies on investing in Iran.
Those who want this 80-million-person market and have a long-term strategy, he said, will go there with or without Mr. Trump.
Of course I’ve noticed.
Serving evil is the quickest way to unimaginable monetary wealth. Money is the root of all evil after all. This is why so many pursue that course...they are generally successful for a time and you dont have to do it the hard way - by actually creating wealth, as our president did.
Grand Central Station is festooned with Acorns... the insignia of American entrepreneurs who inherited or married NONE of their wealth.
Its a long trip from the tough little acorn to the full massive oak. Just like creating real wealth. Thats how America was built. Too many are always into the fast path, like Bill and Hillary in this century.
"Why are Senate Republicans dropping out? Not by choice and were offered a choice (rest assured they will vote pro Trump).
Thanks much, for the pings!!
Anon post from another board, encouraging!:
"Only if the people discover how corrupt the heroes and god-like idols of the Democrat Party are and the Democrat Party is essentially burned toast by the mid-terms.
Remember, most of the 40 plus Congressmen and Senators who have decided not to run in 2018 are Republicans which mean new "unknown" candidates will be up against established Democrats in many cases.
Q has said that the time will come when they will be afraid to walk the streets. That would cause a red wave.
I do find it interesting that some conservative pundits are hinting that California might be in play for Republicans in the mid-terms. I don't see it yet. Unsealed indictments may give the red wave some much needed energy."
CA in play, that would be huge!
Still not sure about Corsi. This vid after the rally in DC in March has been scrubbed from the net.
The details can still be read at this site...
Oh the loop! Makes sense now. Thanks!
Here is a synthesis of ideas around the mission of Q and what is happening. None of the thoughts are original, I just happened to stitch them into based on my life experience. So here is my 2¢ worth of free opinion:
Q repeats several phrases:
-Dark to LIGHT
-Future proves Past
-This is BIGGER than you think
-ARE YOU AWAKE?
-The choice will always be yours
I enjoy listening to Dan Bongino. He has talked about some of his experiences as a Secret Service agent. One idea that he mentioned is if a conspiracy is neat and tidy and wrapped in a bow, its probably a setup. Real life isnt clean and neat but quite often messy. If you begin with all the Q posts beginning last year and scroll through them, topics change, focus is placed in different areas from Mockingbird to the previous administration to ANTIFA to the legal system to child trafficking to sex cults to any number of things. In a recent post it (the target of Qs strategy/actions) was even described as an octopus living in a pyramid.
There have been rabbit holes around what [P] means. Who or what is P? Thinking bigger or biggly, I offer a concept that a very dear priest taught us many years ago which Im fairly certain Q wasnt thinking about when it was posted. Ever since the Garden of Eden, most of mans motivations can be traced back to 4 Ps Pride, Pocketbook ($), Power, Pleasure. From the fall from Grace, mankind has been plagued with people oppressing people motivated by the 4 Ps. What if Qs strategy is on a much grander scale (WW) to take down structures that have been put in place as a result of mans inclination toward the 4P motivations? Im talking about a level higher than the illuminati or Rockefellers or other master controllers. That would explain why on the surface there are many apparent disjointed efforts to bust a sex cult as well as a U1 swindle and apparent WW3 setup. Wait, what? It truly is THE age-old fight of good vs. evil! Another idea our priest friend told us was that God unites, Satan divides. This is true based on recent discussions within the Q thread on FR as well as the Corsi / AJ discussions. We tend to focus on personalities involved instead of the root cause God vs Satan. If Satan can distract or deflect a conversation or action hell use whatever he can to accomplish that. STAY UNITED. Trust the Plan! Free will is unique to mankind. Its our choice, and always will be. One choice available is to wake up to reality (Red Pill) or remain in darkness. Check out between 8:53- 10:01 on this 1984 video interview with Yuri Bezmenov (posted a few days ago on this thread):
Someone described U.S. diplomacy as a baseball game. Up to now the audience would enjoy a slow-moving game get singles and advance the runners with bunts with an occasional double or triple or an exciting home run. Home team and visitors would change sides and give the appearance of progress. Trump joins the game and out of the box he starts swinging for the fences. In regards to NK the official team (DS) criticized him for not understanding how to play the game, he doesnt understand how real diplomacy takes years, even decades to make progress. Its complex and he doesnt know what hes doing. Then it was Hell get us into a nuclear war, then it was Yea, well weve been here before. Weve seen hostages released but nothing comes of it. The point being, no matter what he does, the messaging is always aimed at dividing us. As a quick side note were invested in a dairy stock that is a real disruptor for the dairy industry. I have to laugh because similar conversations are going on about the stock as conversations are going on about Trump. People are applying regular stock rules to this disrupter and it isnt working. The point is, when a disrupter enters the field, you cant apply the same rules that have worked in the past. Performance will always exceed expectations because a disrupters blaze their own trails. Trump is blazing the trail now and he is playing by a different set of rules.
Finally, there will be a day when what we are currently witnessing will be history. I am reminded of the great movie The Ten Commandments. Moses led the Israelites out of bondage and slavery and once they had their freedom it took less than one generation to fall back into their 4P behavior. I really wonder what the future will look like and hopefully we will learn from the past (future proves past). WWG1WGA.
48 = DH ???
Don't recall Q mentioning UN much if at all. Donald Trump has dismissed the United Nations as a "club" for people to "have a good time".
Reminder about Agenda 21, the UN's action plan for 'sustainable development'. This United Nations program lays out a comprehensive plan of sustainable development locally, nationally, and globally in every area where humans affect the environment. Basically its the UNs plan to establish control over all human activity, including mans reputed contribution to climate change. The UN is at the hub of a global network working to submerge the independence of all nations in a world government controlled by the elites - think property confiscation and depopulation (wholesale institutionalized murder) to 'save' the planet.
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