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2022-06-24 10:21:43 PM  
Original Tweet:

 
2022-06-24 11:17:16 PM  
I wish I could get access to his account. I would have them all wearing pointy pink hats and saying "meep" to each other within a month.
 
2022-06-24 11:20:57 PM  
No f@cking way that's not Putin.
 
2022-06-24 11:46:34 PM  
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2022-06-25 1:24:49 AM  
8chan/8kun is under investigation. Either Ron Watkins is doing damage control and trying to get ahead of the story or he flipped already.
 
2022-06-25 6:29:10 AM  

Rage Against the Thorazine: 8chan/8kun is under investigation. Either Ron Watkins is doing damage control and trying to get ahead of the story or he flipped already.


Why would he care?  He's running in a state proven MAGA friendky - so they will overlook anything.

We're gone - it's just not many people have figured out.
 
2022-06-25 6:29:14 AM  
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2022-06-25 6:30:16 AM  
The media sure thinks it's important to keep telling us about the Qanon conspiracy  🤔
 
2022-06-25 6:31:10 AM  
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2022-06-25 6:32:53 AM  
Just wanted to bring some sanity to the thread.

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2022-06-25 6:35:54 AM  

vrax: Just wanted to bring some sanity to the thread.

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It's geese all the way down.
 
2022-06-25 6:40:12 AM  

mistahtom: The media sure thinks it's important to keep telling us about the Qanon conspiracy  🤔


Sounds like a conspiracy!
 
2022-06-25 6:42:28 AM  
Yeah, man. I just don't trust the lamestream media with all their journalism degrees and accountability. That's why I get all my information from unsubstantiated anonymous posts and twitter screenshots.
 
2022-06-25 6:45:07 AM  

physt: No f@cking way that's not Putin.


It's a congressional candidate named Ron Watkins.  We've been over this before.

I'm not sure why anyone, after watching the crumbling this week, would still continue to insist "outside agitators" like Putin are responsible.  America is filled with assholes wanting to tear the country apart, and you need to realize that ASAP.
 
2022-06-25 6:45:14 AM  

mistahtom: The media sure thinks it's important to keep telling us about the Qanon conspiracy  🤔


Ignoring them won't make them go away.
 
2022-06-25 6:47:21 AM  

bthom37: physt: No f@cking way that's not Putin.

It's a congressional candidate named Ron Watkins.  We've been over this before.

I'm not sure why anyone, after watching the crumbling this week, would still continue to insist "outside agitators" like Putin are responsible.  America is filled with assholes wanting to tear the country apart, and you need to realize that ASAP.


It's both.
 
2022-06-25 6:49:59 AM  

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I always wondered what it would be like to do LSD.

Nope. Not gonna do LSD. Nope Nope Nope.
 
2022-06-25 6:50:04 AM  

bthom37: physt: No f@cking way that's not Putin.

It's a congressional candidate named Ron Watkins.  We've been over this before.

I'm not sure why anyone, after watching the crumbling this week, would still continue to insist "outside agitators" like Putin are responsible.  America is filled with assholes wanting to tear the country apart, and you need to realize that ASAP.


I'm going to go out on a limb and say that there was probably a factor of influence on that desire to tear the country apart. It just seems like the kind of thing people don't just wake up on a lark and decide they're going to do without first having been heavily swayed to do it.
 
2022-06-25 6:51:24 AM  

mistahtom: The media sure thinks it's important to keep telling us about the Qanon conspiracy  🤔


Qnuts in Australia managed to insert a reference to "ritual abuse" which is one of their code-words into our then Prime Minister's Parliamentary speech releasing a report of a Royal Commission into institutional child abuse in Australia. These arseclowns might be incredibly stupid but they are also incredibly influential.

And suffice it to say, they weren't happy about getting caught doing it.

They want to be left alone and ignored by the media. It's not a good idea to allow that.
 
2022-06-25 6:51:41 AM  

Veloram: bthom37: physt: No f@cking way that's not Putin.

It's a congressional candidate named Ron Watkins.  We've been over this before.

I'm not sure why anyone, after watching the crumbling this week, would still continue to insist "outside agitators" like Putin are responsible.  America is filled with assholes wanting to tear the country apart, and you need to realize that ASAP.

I'm going to go out on a limb and say that there was probably a factor of influence on that desire to tear the country apart. It just seems like the kind of thing people don't just wake up on a lark and decide they're going to do without first having been heavily swayed to do it.


The religious right has been gearing up for this for 60 years.  Remember the whole Goldwater quote about the preachers?
 
2022-06-25 6:52:42 AM  

bthom37: Veloram: bthom37: physt: No f@cking way that's not Putin.

It's a congressional candidate named Ron Watkins.  We've been over this before.

I'm not sure why anyone, after watching the crumbling this week, would still continue to insist "outside agitators" like Putin are responsible.  America is filled with assholes wanting to tear the country apart, and you need to realize that ASAP.

I'm going to go out on a limb and say that there was probably a factor of influence on that desire to tear the country apart. It just seems like the kind of thing people don't just wake up on a lark and decide they're going to do without first having been heavily swayed to do it.

The religious right has been gearing up for this for 60 years.  Remember the whole Goldwater quote about the preachers?


So what you're saying is that it's been a long influence campaign.
 
2022-06-25 6:53:20 AM  

bthom37: physt: No f@cking way that's not Putin.

It's a congressional candidate named Ron Watkins.  We've been over this before.

I'm not sure why anyone, after watching the crumbling this week, would still continue to insist "outside agitators" like Putin are responsible.  America is filled with assholes wanting to tear the country apart, and you need to realize that ASAP.


Well, 5 eyes intelligence says Russia plans to disrupt and influence your elections.  They've done it consistently for years.  Yes, you've got lots of homegrown idiots who don't really need that prompting but it doesn't mean it's not there.  It isn't a one or the other situation you know.
 
2022-06-25 6:54:59 AM  

Mike_1962: bthom37: physt: No f@cking way that's not Putin.

It's a congressional candidate named Ron Watkins.  We've been over this before.

I'm not sure why anyone, after watching the crumbling this week, would still continue to insist "outside agitators" like Putin are responsible.  America is filled with assholes wanting to tear the country apart, and you need to realize that ASAP.

Well, 5 eyes intelligence says Russia plans to disrupt and influence your elections.  They've done it consistently for years.  Yes, you've got lots of homegrown idiots who don't really need that prompting but it doesn't mean it's not there.  It isn't a one or the other situation you know.


This. We've had homegrown idiots for years. Putin just handed them a book of matches.
 
2022-06-25 6:55:27 AM  

Joe USer: I wish I could get access to his account. I would have them all wearing pointy pink hats and saying "meep" to each other within a month.


I have some fun ideas to mess with those whackjobs too.
 
2022-06-25 6:57:08 AM  

Veloram: bthom37: Veloram: bthom37: physt: No f@cking way that's not Putin.

It's a congressional candidate named Ron Watkins.  We've been over this before.

I'm not sure why anyone, after watching the crumbling this week, would still continue to insist "outside agitators" like Putin are responsible.  America is filled with assholes wanting to tear the country apart, and you need to realize that ASAP.

I'm going to go out on a limb and say that there was probably a factor of influence on that desire to tear the country apart. It just seems like the kind of thing people don't just wake up on a lark and decide they're going to do without first having been heavily swayed to do it.

The religious right has been gearing up for this for 60 years.  Remember the whole Goldwater quote about the preachers?

So what you're saying is that it's been a long influence campaign.


I'm saying it's homegrown.  It's always been homegrown, and this need people have to pretend it's an evil outside influence means it's only going to be harder to fight.

Pretending it's that evil Putin pulling the strings, hoodwinking ol' Uncle Bill and convincing him Demonrats are raping babies allows you to not reckon with what his beliefs mean about what he will do given half a chance.

Our society is creating monsters, and it's both voluntary and purposeful.
 
2022-06-25 7:00:18 AM  
Flag everyone who follows it as a domestic terrorist.
 
2022-06-25 7:00:49 AM  

Mike_1962: bthom37: physt: No f@cking way that's not Putin.

It's a congressional candidate named Ron Watkins.  We've been over this before.

I'm not sure why anyone, after watching the crumbling this week, would still continue to insist "outside agitators" like Putin are responsible.  America is filled with assholes wanting to tear the country apart, and you need to realize that ASAP.

Well, 5 eyes intelligence says Russia plans to disrupt and influence your elections.  They've done it consistently for years.  Yes, you've got lots of homegrown idiots who don't really need that prompting but it doesn't mean it's not there.  It isn't a one or the other situation you know.


Qanon is not a primarily electoral grift.  People attempt to mobilize it as such, but that's incidental.  What it is is a primer for genocide.  It teaches people to believe their opponents are the worst of the worst, the lowest of the low, against whom no action can be considered evil as you're doing it "for the children".

There are such blinders, even now, after this past week, on folks.  Trying to stuff everything into the neat box of electoral politics.  There is far more going on in this country than elections.
 
2022-06-25 7:01:43 AM  

bthom37: Veloram: bthom37: Veloram: bthom37: physt: No f@cking way that's not Putin.

It's a congressional candidate named Ron Watkins.  We've been over this before.

I'm not sure why anyone, after watching the crumbling this week, would still continue to insist "outside agitators" like Putin are responsible.  America is filled with assholes wanting to tear the country apart, and you need to realize that ASAP.

I'm going to go out on a limb and say that there was probably a factor of influence on that desire to tear the country apart. It just seems like the kind of thing people don't just wake up on a lark and decide they're going to do without first having been heavily swayed to do it.

The religious right has been gearing up for this for 60 years.  Remember the whole Goldwater quote about the preachers?

So what you're saying is that it's been a long influence campaign.

I'm saying it's homegrown.  It's always been homegrown, and this need people have to pretend it's an evil outside influence means it's only going to be harder to fight.

Pretending it's that evil Putin pulling the strings, hoodwinking ol' Uncle Bill and convincing him Demonrats are raping babies allows you to not reckon with what his beliefs mean about what he will do given half a chance.

Our society is creating monsters, and it's both voluntary and purposeful.


Exactly. We can blame Putin all we want, but... At the end of the day, we're gonna have to deal with the fact that these dummies holistically formed their dumb ass conspiracies based on a few nonsensical posts all on their own.
 
2022-06-25 7:02:12 AM  

Aussie_As: mistahtom: The media sure thinks it's important to keep telling us about the Qanon conspiracy  🤔


They want to be left alone and ignored by the media. It's not a good idea to allow that.


Are you meaning to tell us that there are not more pressing matters needing to be brought to people's attention and that we should constantly react to whatever the media tells us to involving the authoritarian astroturf fascism vehicle that they themselves sponsored?

How much Harry Potter have you watched?
 
2022-06-25 7:02:19 AM  
There have been at least 4 "Q"s at this point:
1. Original anonymous 4chan poster
2. Boobieser to adopt the Q "username" on 4chan
3. Q who appeared on 8chan after the 4chan "password" was leaked
4. 8kun Q

Each of these had completely different writing styles despite each successive one claiming to be the same as before. Anyone who puts the slightest amount of stock in this shiat is a Grade A moron.
 
2022-06-25 7:02:34 AM  
The bar has been lowered so far that we need more Republicans that are AT LEAST as smart as George Bush. Ain't that a b?

/Where's James Cameron when we need him the most?

George Bush's "Fool Me Once" Gaffe
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2022-06-25 7:02:40 AM  
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2022-06-25 7:04:55 AM  

bthom37: Veloram: bthom37: Veloram: bthom37: physt: No f@cking way that's not Putin.

It's a congressional candidate named Ron Watkins.  We've been over this before.

I'm not sure why anyone, after watching the crumbling this week, would still continue to insist "outside agitators" like Putin are responsible.  America is filled with assholes wanting to tear the country apart, and you need to realize that ASAP.

I'm going to go out on a limb and say that there was probably a factor of influence on that desire to tear the country apart. It just seems like the kind of thing people don't just wake up on a lark and decide they're going to do without first having been heavily swayed to do it.

The religious right has been gearing up for this for 60 years.  Remember the whole Goldwater quote about the preachers?

So what you're saying is that it's been a long influence campaign.

I'm saying it's homegrown.  It's always been homegrown, and this need people have to pretend it's an evil outside influence means it's only going to be harder to fight.

Pretending it's that evil Putin pulling the strings, hoodwinking ol' Uncle Bill and convincing him Demonrats are raping babies allows you to not reckon with what his beliefs mean about what he will do given half a chance.

Our society is creating monsters, and it's both voluntary and purposeful.


Right. So it's been a long influence campaign. Like I said.
 
2022-06-25 7:13:51 AM  

LordJiro: Mike_1962: bthom37: physt: No f@cking way that's not Putin.

It's a congressional candidate named Ron Watkins.  We've been over this before.

I'm not sure why anyone, after watching the crumbling this week, would still continue to insist "outside agitators" like Putin are responsible.  America is filled with assholes wanting to tear the country apart, and you need to realize that ASAP.

Well, 5 eyes intelligence says Russia plans to disrupt and influence your elections.  They've done it consistently for years.  Yes, you've got lots of homegrown idiots who don't really need that prompting but it doesn't mean it's not there.  It isn't a one or the other situation you know.

This. We've had homegrown idiots for years. Putin just handed them a book of matches.


It's actually just straight out of the literal playbook that Putin is following.  Destabilization is the name of the game.  Putin should have stuck with the manipulation instead of going to war.  He was getting a lot of bang for the buck there.
 
2022-06-25 7:16:10 AM  

mistahtom: Aussie_As: mistahtom: The media sure thinks it's important to keep telling us about the Qanon conspiracy  🤔


They want to be left alone and ignored by the media. It's not a good idea to allow that.

Are you meaning to tell us that there are not more pressing matters needing to be brought to people's attention and that we should constantly react to whatever the media tells us to involving the authoritarian astroturf fascism vehicle that they themselves sponsored?

How much Harry Potter have you watched?


Umm, none. Never seen any of it.

You can think that this conspiracy theory bullshiat doesn't influence some very powerful people if you want. But you're wrong. Calling it out is what strips it of its power. That's exactly how it's playing out where I live thanks to journalism like this. Yes the media has a responsibilty to highlight how stupid all the conspiracy is (eg pointing out that Q-anoners believe that Trump is still running a secret government which is the real government but they reject that he's responsible for any of the bad stuff they blame Biden for, that kind of thing), not just reporting it in a neutral fashion, but ignoring it is more dangerous than reporting it.

And the "there are more pressing matters" schtick ignores the reality that the media reports LOTS of different things. It's always a dumb argument to run but particularly in this case.
 
2022-06-25 7:17:18 AM  

Scythed: Anyone who puts the slightest amount of stock in this shiat is a Grade A moron.


Which describes every single QAnon follower.
 
2022-06-25 7:23:50 AM  

bthom37: Veloram: bthom37: Veloram: bthom37: physt: No f@cking way that's not Putin.

It's a congressional candidate named Ron Watkins.  We've been over this before.

I'm not sure why anyone, after watching the crumbling this week, would still continue to insist "outside agitators" like Putin are responsible.  America is filled with assholes wanting to tear the country apart, and you need to realize that ASAP.

I'm going to go out on a limb and say that there was probably a factor of influence on that desire to tear the country apart. It just seems like the kind of thing people don't just wake up on a lark and decide they're going to do without first having been heavily swayed to do it.

The religious right has been gearing up for this for 60 years.  Remember the whole Goldwater quote about the preachers?

So what you're saying is that it's been a long influence campaign.

I'm saying it's homegrown.  It's always been homegrown, and this need people have to pretend it's an evil outside influence means it's only going to be harder to fight.

Pretending it's that evil Putin pulling the strings, hoodwinking ol' Uncle Bill and convincing him Demonrats are raping babies allows you to not reckon with what his beliefs mean about what he will do given half a chance.

Our society is creating monsters, and it's both voluntary and purposeful.



Russian troll farms are real.  Ignore them at your peril.

We all know about the local idiots. We know what they're capable of.

But the IC and security experts all concur that Russian trolls have been amplifying the signal and even starting some of the viral propagandist lies that have run through MAGA, and even the left.  They fan the flames because that's what they do.  They make things worse.

You can google it at your leisure.  Read expert books and writings on the topic.  Talk to people who are in the know.  Etc.

Again, we know we have homegrown idiots.  Addressing the external component of the disinformation they're consuming is the next step.  Walking us backwards doesn't help anything.  We're not blaming everything solely on Putin, as if MAGA would disappear and every podunk rube who believes in shedding vaccines or baby-eating Dems will suddenly become an enlightened progressive if Putin were gone.  But his people are making things worse for sure.

Fact.
 
2022-06-25 7:25:13 AM  

Joe USer: I wish I could get access to his account. I would have them all wearing pointy pink hats and saying "meep" to each other within a month.


How benevolent. I'd try to go straight to flavor aid.
 
2022-06-25 7:28:27 AM  

Joe USer: I wish I could get access to his account. I would have them all wearing pointy pink hats and saying "meep" to each other within a month.


What's wrong with that?

/meep
 
2022-06-25 7:32:55 AM  

Joe USer: I wish I could get access to his account. I would have them all wearing pointy pink hats and saying "meep" to each other within a month.


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2022-06-25 7:34:47 AM  
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2022-06-25 7:40:03 AM  

lordjupiter: bthom37: Veloram: bthom37: Veloram: bthom37: physt: No f@cking way that's not Putin.

It's a congressional candidate named Ron Watkins.  We've been over this before.

I'm not sure why anyone, after watching the crumbling this week, would still continue to insist "outside agitators" like Putin are responsible.  America is filled with assholes wanting to tear the country apart, and you need to realize that ASAP.

I'm going to go out on a limb and say that there was probably a factor of influence on that desire to tear the country apart. It just seems like the kind of thing people don't just wake up on a lark and decide they're going to do without first having been heavily swayed to do it.

The religious right has been gearing up for this for 60 years.  Remember the whole Goldwater quote about the preachers?

So what you're saying is that it's been a long influence campaign.

I'm saying it's homegrown.  It's always been homegrown, and this need people have to pretend it's an evil outside influence means it's only going to be harder to fight.

Pretending it's that evil Putin pulling the strings, hoodwinking ol' Uncle Bill and convincing him Demonrats are raping babies allows you to not reckon with what his beliefs mean about what he will do given half a chance.

Our society is creating monsters, and it's both voluntary and purposeful.


Russian troll farms are real.  Ignore them at your peril.

We all know about the local idiots. We know what they're capable of.

But the IC and security experts all concur that Russian trolls have been amplifying the signal and even starting some of the viral propagandist lies that have run through MAGA, and even the left.  They fan the flames because that's what they do.  They make things worse.

You can google it at your leisure.  Read expert books and writings on the topic.  Talk to people who are in the know.  Etc.

Again, we know we have homegrown idiots.  Addressing the external component of the disinformation they're consuming is the next step.  Walking us backwards doesn't help anything.  We're not blaming everything solely on Putin, as if MAGA would disappear and every podunk rube who believes in shedding vaccines or baby-eating Dems will suddenly become an enlightened progressive if Putin were gone.  But his people are making things worse for sure.

Fact.


As I stated above, he's just following Dugin's extremely influential playbook, 'Foundations of Geopolitics'.

Within the United States itself, there is a need for the Russian special services and their allies "to provoke all forms of instability and separatism within the borders of the United States (it is possible to make use of the political forces of Afro-American racists)" (248). "It is especially important," Dugin adds, "to introduce geopolitical disorder into internal American activity, encouraging all kinds of separatism and ethnic, social and racial conflicts, actively supporting all dissident movements-- extremist, racist, and sectarian groups, thus destabilizing internal political processes in the U.S. It would also make sense simultaneously to support isolationist tendencies in American politics" (367).

https://tec.fsi.stanford.edu/docs/aleksandr-dugins-foundations-geopolitics
 
2022-06-25 7:45:38 AM  
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2022-06-25 7:48:47 AM  

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2022-06-25 7:56:31 AM  

Veloram: bthom37: physt: No f@cking way that's not Putin.

It's a congressional candidate named Ron Watkins.  We've been over this before.

I'm not sure why anyone, after watching the crumbling this week, would still continue to insist "outside agitators" like Putin are responsible.  America is filled with assholes wanting to tear the country apart, and you need to realize that ASAP.

I'm going to go out on a limb and say that there was probably a factor of influence on that desire to tear the country apart. It just seems like the kind of thing people don't just wake up on a lark and decide they're going to do without first having been heavily swayed to do it.


agreed. Q was started by a gamer for the lulz, it was quickly monetized by right wing grifters, amplified by foreign troll farms, seized on by the religious right and it has become the perfect derpstorm it is today.
 
2022-06-25 8:02:47 AM  

Mike_1962: bthom37: physt: No f@cking way that's not Putin.

It's a congressional candidate named Ron Watkins.  We've been over this before.

I'm not sure why anyone, after watching the crumbling this week, would still continue to insist "outside agitators" like Putin are responsible.  America is filled with assholes wanting to tear the country apart, and you need to realize that ASAP.

Well, 5 eyes intelligence says Russia plans to disrupt and influence your elections.  They've done it consistently for years.  Yes, you've got lots of homegrown idiots who don't really need that prompting but it doesn't mean it's not there.  It isn't a one or the other situation you know.


Very true, not like the Russians and the republicans haven't worked together before to disrupt an election
 
2022-06-25 8:12:12 AM  
Hellraiser 1987 Ending Scene, Whats your pleasure sir
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2022-06-25 8:22:17 AM  

Joe USer: I wish I could get access to his account. I would have them all wearing pointy pink hats and saying "meep" to each other within a month.


I thought the 'chan' style boards had no accounts -- your post just gets a number?  Like anyone could show up and pretend to be Q?
 
2022-06-25 8:26:59 AM  
https://mobile.twitter.com/fr_brennan/status/1540624479214247936

If true then implicates the server admins which as we already know was probably the case and points yet again to Ron Watkins.
 
2022-06-25 8:28:05 AM  

Mr. Tweedy: vrax: Just wanted to bring some sanity to the thread.

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I always wondered what it would be like to do LSD.

Nope. Not gonna do LSD. Nope Nope Nope.


That's not really LSD, that's more adderol and lots of pot. LSD is fine if you're young , relatively 'for reals problems' free and with good friends. It's more seeing music, static art becoming animated, surroundings becoming fluid, looking at something you've seen a hundred times before but never noticed so many details, patterns becoming kaleidoscopes. As far as the sensory part of it goes.
 
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