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Huh. Interesting rumor

Obviously, today didn’t exactly meet my highest hopes and expectations. But reading “between the lines” or the “tea leaves” or whatever is always a challenge. That said, there are a lot of things that don’t add up. Q drops have often been vague, but enough of them have been “proven” to not just dismiss them entirely as a LARP. Then I come across this.

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We might have to update the painting

Today, Secretary of State Pompeo posted the following pic,

with the caption: “A few final thoughts: The United States of America is the greatest country in the history of civilization.”

Might have to update that pic with the image of a Donaldus Rex God Emperor. Only slightly more than 24 hours of media hysterics before we know for sure how it all goes down (not that the media will actually inform you accurately of any of it).

Meanwhile, there are now up to 65,000 National Guard troops in DC, and more around the nation.

UPDATE: One of the ideas kicked around with some supporting logic is a sort of military “interregnum” between the end of Trump’s first term and swearing in a new president, a period where the military in officially in charge, sorts out, tries, and executes traitors, removes from office compromised people, etc., and either lays out and imposes a new uncorrupted election, or reveals what their evidence is for a legit Trump win. That evidence would need to be explained and made public for the average normie to accept that Trump is the legitimate winner, and it was all a fraudulent win. Not sure what the odds are of this are – maybe 20% or so? I’m nearly sure there will be some sort of military involvement, given that 2,000 National Guardsmen were sworn in as US Marshal Special Deputies. But a whole-hog military-run martial law is a bigger thing.

Media illiteracy

Why you should not trust the media, example 10,592-A. They get even simple, easily checked basic facts totally screwed up.

A news report said Dozens of small boats and a large cutter are cruising the Potomac River and the Anacostia River, with 240-caliber fully automatic rifles mounted to their bows, and heavily armed Coast Guardsmen aboard.

A… what? A “240-caliber fully automatic rifle…” duh fq?

The only place I’ve seen “caliber” used on something greater than 1” bore was the “large gun meaning”, that is the multiple of the bore diameter to get the barrel length (like a 5”/L38, meaning barrel was 38 x 5” = 190” long). I could be wrong, but… yeah, it’s screwed up no matter how you look at it.

I don’t know of any .24 cal full auto production guns.

The navy doesn’t have any ship guns that are 240 mm (5” = 127mm, 240mm = 9.45”)

But they DO have the M240. “The M240, officially Machine Gun, 7.62mm, M240, is the US military designation for the FN MAG, a family of belt-fed, gas-operated medium machine guns firing the 7.62×51mm NATO cartridge….”

Rule # 1 of media literacy – the stories are mostly written by you and idealistic morons with an agenda and little knowledge of the subject.

So many moving parts

Holy smokes. So many moving parts to watch. The head of DHS stepped down a little while back, and the acting DHS head is the FEMA guy, who is a former Marine with serious security and combat experience. The guard has been activated to “deal with suspected violence around the inauguration.” POTUS booted from Twitter and Facebook, most of his normal email shut down. Parler deplatformed in a coordinated way. News of a number of politicians laptops being snagged during the “riots” that made it into the capitol building. Leftists getting more nervous at Trump’s silence than they did at his tweets. The fraud that was laid out in Peter Navaro’s report appear to be confirmed by the ODNI report on election fraud; rumor was it was shown to congress-critters shortly after they voted to confirm Biden as the next president, meaning they’d just committed treason by completing the steal, so they are freaking out – talking impeaching Trump, or removing via the 25th Amendment. People are fleeing Facebook and Twitter, Gab is getting hammered (adding something like 700k-1m new accounts a day).  Trump is doing things and acting like he fully expects to be there for another four years, not doing a “farewell tour.” Big blackout for 5 hours around the Vatican, that happened at the same time as a huge number of roadblocks around it all, with rumors of the anti-Pope Bergolio being arrested. He’s not been seen since. Turns out that at the same time, there were several other notable blackouts around the world, including nearly all of Pakistan. rumors from the direction of China indicate food problems, and hints at energy problems, but nothing concrete that is a red flag of impending major crisis*. Reports of troops moving. Carriers appear to be patrolling our coast. There have been some unusually clear airspace in certain unexpected locations. Thomas Wictor has bee posting interesting thoughts and observations. Pulitzer is continuing to talk on fraud and ballot security.

If what appears to me to be happening – and this is far larger than just this election – then there will be a truly titanic ship in geo-politics and economic over the next few years. Power taken from oligarchs and given back, more or less, to the people and their legitimate delegates. Nationalism will return, and international conglomerates and cartels will be broken up. manufacturing will be on-shored for more things as people realize sovereignty is more important than saving a few bucks. Regime Change will be the flavor of the week for a while. Some population’s migrations will slow, halt, and reverse, other will speed up. Examples: I’d expect a lot of south Americans to stop going to the US over time as conditions improve at home. Chinese and Jewish citizens outside China or Israel are likely to have a hostile climate and will seek to emigrate back to the homeland. Rising nationalism will encourage a lot of economic migrants from Africa to re Europe to return home. Trump’s seat at any and every bargaining table on trade, military affairs, or other deals will be the size of any other five nations – NOBODY will want to screw with him, he will be the God Emperor, because he’s the man, the Alpha. He’ll be the dealmaker. He won’t get carved on Mt Rushmore – he’ll get his own mountain, and it’ll be YUGE.


*crisis can go from officially moderate to REALLY BAD quite quickly, especially if the political leadership becomes aware of a major change in the opposing political situation. If the food & power situation is as bad as some things indicate, and a bunch of Chinese nationals caught up in the election fraud forfeit all assets when Trump is declared winner, and the trade-deals tariff screws really start to twist down on them, xi may not be long for power. indeed, if the CCP cannot get their shit together in a timely way, the Taiwan government in exile may return, rather than mainland China seizing the island.

Happy Rubicon Day!

On this day, 10 January, in the year 49 BC, Julius Caesar defies the Roman Senate and crosses the Rubicon, uttering “alea iacta est” (the die is cast). [Please note, although this is the most common translation, it might be better translated as “cast the die”] His actions stunned the Roman Senate, who were certain that he would respect tradition and not cross. This may because they were cowards and expected others to be as fearful as they, or bad military intelligence, but they had determined he was too powerful and decided to have him eliminated once he was separated from his loyal legions. Continue reading Happy Rubicon Day!

Faith and Elephants

Some things are hard to explain in a way that anyone will believe you, least of all those you’d most want to understand. No, I mean really hard. I’ve been an information junkie my whole life, I’m reasonably intelligent, and I spend a lot of time each day reading and following things as they develop. As a result, I not only know a lot, I am also aware of how much I do not know – I’m aware of my “known unknowns” as it were. So how can I explain to anyone how I can be so certain of Trumps win? I can’t. Continue reading Faith and Elephants

Someone willing to say it

OK then. This is interesting. The guy is Patrick M. Byrne, former CEO of He’s claiming that he arranged a meeting at the request of the FBI to facilitate a meeting between Hillary Clinton and a Turkish government representative to make a bribe of $18 million on 14 Jan 2016, in Salt Lake City. Then he was told to forget about it, because the higher-up in the FBI knew Hillary was going to win, and she’d hunt down anyone who knew anything about it. Yeah, I’d be scared if I were him, too.

Why is this coming out now? I think it’s a part of an orchestrated reveal by Trump of the corruption at the highest level sin the FBI, the CIA, and other branches of government (including, especially, the Bidens!), to reveal so much corruption that people will be thirsty for blood, to bring heat on government and let him have another 4 years. from here until early January I’d expect things to escalate fast.

Faith is a funny thing

When I read Friday afternoon (12Dec2020) that the Texas case against the states of GA, PA, MI, and WI got denied at SCOTUS, I had only a very brief, very mild “well, that sort’a sucks. Not what I expected.” They had what sounded like rock solid arguments and undisputed facts, and the SCOTUS is the court of original jurisdiction so they almost have to take it (or so I thought). It had a couple of dozen other states and attorneys general and interested parties joining in with amicus briefs, and even the president said he would “intervene” (in the legal sense, sort of like an amicus, but actually joining as an official litigant). Then *poof* and it’s denied. WTH? But what was odd, and it even struck me as unusual at the time, was that my disappointment was only a few seconds, and very low-key. I mean, Joe Biden taking office as President would be a huge catastrophe, and the normal deadline for the electors voting is getting really close, and I was calm that what had looked like the best shot going a few minutes before had vanished like a morning mist. And I was like “meh. Plot twist.”

Very odd indeed. The phrase ‘Faith is a funny thing’ came into my mind, and I suddenly understood the peace and calm a deeply religious man has in the face of adversity. When you know, absolutely KNOW, that someone smart and good has a plan, a really good plan, a plan that you have seen enough of (even if indirectly) to know it exists, and even though you do not know the details you have total confidence that they are on the case and it will all work out in spite of the plot twists and weird shit you never saw coming, it’ll be OK. It was like reading a book, a thriller, by a really good author, who puts in all sorts of plot twists, Easter eggs, unexpected dead ends, double- and triple-agents, hidden meanings, and cliff-hanger chapters as you cut the action to follow another character. You know it’ll all come together in the end, and you are just excited for being on the ride.

I can see how a deep faith would provide a man with the same sort of calm acceptance. They they don’t need to know what the plan is, just that there is a plan, and the guy calling the shots is good; it’ll all be OK in the end, even if it kind of sucks for you personally along the way, it can be confusing as heck sometimes, and people look at you funny. You do what you can, and even if you don’t know what all others are doing, you know, deep down, that it will all work out in the end. Yeah, the cliff-hanger last chapter is tense, and it looks dark, but…. it’ll all be OK. Maybe you will call me a “conspiracy theorist.” Fine, I can call you a “Complicity Theorist.”

I don’t know if this guy’s testimony about Zuckerburg’s money will make a difference.

I don’t know if Col Waldron’s testimony (starts about about  6:10) will make a difference.

I don’t know if Lou Dobbs revealing four names connected with Smartmatic and Dominion and the CCP will make a difference.

I don’t know if Brandy Vaughan’s death after she came out against one of the vaccines is connected or will make a difference.

I don’t know if WA State candidate Culp’s suit to audit the vote will make a difference.

I don’t know if the extensive reporting on easy hacking of voting machines will mean anything.

I don’t know if the Senate report on Hunter Biden, Burisma, and corruption will make a difference.

I don’t know if Chinese guys bragging about their influence on the US government will make a difference.

I don’t know if WikiLeaks revealing ties between Dominion and Hillary Clinton and John Podesta will make a difference.

I don’t know exactly how Trump will use his 2018 Executive Order authorizing military response to cyber warfare attacks.

I don’t know how this massive leak of CCP members around the world will come into play.

But I know it will all come together with quite the exciting conclusion.

Got popcorn?

Stealing an election a fraction at a time

Imagine running a race, say a cross-country 5k. You cross the finish line first in record time, stagger off to get a drink and catch your breath. When you go over to the score-board you see that your time was switched with someone else, and they are handing him the 1st place trophy. You think to yourself “what the heck?!” A few people standing around say “yeah, he crossed first.” You look at the guy and he’s not winded at all, no sweat stains either. You KNOW he didn’t finish the race first, and likely didn’t even run it all the way. You protest, but most of the fans at the finish line don’t say anything, and a few of the other guy’s family are loud, in your face, and adamant that HE CROSSED FIRST! He goes home with the trophy.

Serious question: Who won the race? You  crossed first, he holds the trophy and the score-card records his time as the winning one. Continue reading Stealing an election a fraction at a time