On Conspiracy Deniers; On the Mother of all Conspiracies

Before I refer you to an even larger — imagined? channelled? intuitively known? — in any case, assiduously analyzed, dot-connected, and summarized —  sweeping panorama of what appears as a gigantic virus/election “sting” (or conspiracy theory?) or “TRAP,” the unfoldment of which is still unrolling across our mental landscape, with the 2020 election “defeat” of President Trump as “BAIT,” you might want to absorb this essay. Very well done. I was going to excerpt from it here, but every single paragraph says it all in its own way. Simply stunning. Thank you, Tim Foyle.

On the Psychology of the Conspiracy Denier

A Closer Look at the Class that Mocks

Okay, one excerpt, this one Foyle’s view of various other causes that surround and buttress the context of his understanding of the utterly foundational root of those stuck in “conspiracy” denial: failure to outgrow the original, natural, psychology of the human infant.

Okay, back to the mother of all conspiracies (sting, trap).  I received this video first from a friend of mine late yesterday, with a comment: “I don’t know if you’ve seen this. Mel Q pointed to this guy, saying the Force is Strong in this Anon. Much more involved Plan than most people realize …” And today I notice that it’s all over my Telegram feed.

This guy picked up on what someone else discovered, that the numbers in Q posts that we tend to assume are dates were, instead, chapter numbers, of a DOD manual called The Law of War, written in 2015 and updated in 2016. (Q launched his/her/their enigmatic drops in late October 2017).  So, for example: a Q reference to 11.3 doesn’t refer to the November 2020 election, but to an event, in this case, referenced in a chapter called “The End of Occupation.” Intrigued?

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3 Responses to On Conspiracy Deniers; On the Mother of all Conspiracies

  1. John says:

    Hi Ann,

    Thank you so much for sharing that video from Majic Eyes only. I seem to remember him from quite a few years ago when Sara Westall had a couple of guys from the Chans on. It was before Q (or perhaps right at the begining, i can’t remember.

    I really liked what he had to say and i thought his reasoning was entirely well thought out. My wife is enjoying it now.

    Thanks again


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