“Technophilosopher” Martin Geddes: The Q phenomenon, in context

I was alerted to this remarkable essay by Kauilapele, who called it  “astounding.” 

BTW: Though I check qanon.pub near-daily, Q has not posted any enigmatic messages since July 4th, Independence Day. That’s 14 days and counting. The longest absent stretch since late October, when it (he, she, they?) began? Not sure. If so, are we to conclude that we the people must now become Independent and truly start thinking for ourselves? And that it’s time, the Great Awakening is taking off?

It does seem obvious that with his recent journey to England, the EU, NATO, and finally, Putin, Trump himself appears to be pulling out all the stops, in his vow to drain the swamp and disrupt the old globalist order. And isn’t that exactly what Q seemed to be predicting? Was he there to prepare us for NOW? And are we ready?  

Meanwhile, given the splintering that is ramping up inside the alternative, red-pilled community, in this case re: whether Q is real or a psy-op (among others, Douglas Gabriel of AIM4truth never did subscribe to it, and Jerome Corsi, a primary decoder of Q, backed off a few months ago), I found Martin Geddes’ essay utterly riveting, and was hooked from the introductory remarks on.

WWG1WGA: The Greatest Communication Event in History

“Only small secrets need to be protected. The large ones are kept secret by the public’s incredulity.”
— Marshall McLuhan (HT @LionelMedia)

A time like no other in history

Having applied all of my integrity, intellect and insight to researching the matter, my belief is that we are witnessing right now one of the greatest communications events in history. Indeed, it is arguably the singularly greatest. So, what is this event, and why does it deserves this extraordinary description? The answers are to be found in how the (Western) mass media has been trapped by the most exquisitely constructed double bind.

If I am correct (and many share my view), then it portends the imminent collapse of trust in all mass media services and social media platforms. That is because they are implicated in systemic, widespread and longstanding organised crime — that also encompasses much of our political and financial system. If this is unequivocally demonstrated to be so, then the public will unite in disgust at the media’s treacherous betrayal of its journalistic duties.

On the other hand, if I/we are wrong, then the power of social media and propaganda to create and inflate bubbles of insanity — trapping intelligent people of goodwill — greatly exceeds anything we dared to imagine. The information age will be darkened by having divided society, destroying a consensus reality.

That’s one heck of a story too! For our culture shall inevitably further atomise, as our bonds of shared values and mutual understanding break apart. So too may the constitutional boundaries — and consequent rule of law — that help to keep the peace.


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