Since I posted a direct link to my Gab profile here on the page, over 800 of you have followed me on the site.
And what a day to start following, eh?
Don't say I didn't warn you! Because I definitely did.
This post alarmed some of the users of /r/GreatAwakening - and even prompted one mod there to post an essay about how the sub was completely safe from censorship; how the admins would never dare remove us! I was literally reading that post when I hit refresh and the entire sub went down. Oh, the irony!
But what can I say? I call 'em like I see 'em!
So, yes. /r/GreatAwakening was banned from Reddit today. Thankfully, we were able to quickly relocate a ton of people to a reddit-like site called Voat, and get https://voat.co/v/theawakening/ up and running with a great mod team that I trust.
I know this was a bit of a contentious move, but the truth is, trust is one of the most important things the QArmy has right now. Subversives seek to infiltrate and erode that trust - by spreading lies, half-truths, and misdirection. It's why, if you remember, I was targeted early on by @EyeTheSpy, who said I was working for the CIA.
Ultimately, he lead 30,000+ people down a rabbit trail that lead them nowhere, until he was exposed and abandoned by those he lied to.
I've worked hard to cultivate a certain level of trust among the community, and I take that very seriously. I don't view myself as a leader. I view myself as just another #Anon with a particular set of skills.
But I do take my reputation seriously.
So when I throw in my lot with a group of people and tell everyone in the QArmy to direct their efforts over here... decide for yourself if you can trust what I'm saying.
I know that /v/GreatAwakening already exists. I'm also aware of /v/PatriotsSoapbox, and other.
But I don't really know those people.
Understand: that's not an implication of their character. They could be very fine, upstanding people doing their best. But if we're building something and I don't know you, I don't know if I can trust you, long term.
If you only knew the people behind the new /v/TheAwakening, there would be no issue. If you could see the countless hours of work they've been doing behind-the-scenes for months now, the thankless, dirty, day-to-day grind it takes to run the sites needed to keep this movement alive... well, I don't think anyone would have any objections to the creation of this new subverse any more.
So yes, if you trust me, if you trust the work I've done over the past year... believe me, this is the right direction to go for now.
If it ends up Voat can't handle the new server load, or we end up having to move somewhere else, so be it. We'll play it by ear, as best as we can. That's all we can ever do, anyway.
But know these things don't manage themselves. It takes countless hours of unpaid work by dedicated teams of people.
And if you take nothing else away from this, understand this one point:
/v/TheAwakening has the best team around.
If the day comes where we have to move to Steemit or elsewhere, we'll cross that bridge when we get there. Heck, I'd open up a Reddit-clone of my own somewhere if need be. But even then, I would need the right team backing me, because that's just that big of an operation and I wouldn't be able to handle it all by myself. (I don't think it will come to that, but the point is, we have options here).
That's all I have to say about the matter for the time being. I hope you now have a better understanding of why we took the steps we took today, and I think we can all be very proud of our brand new, rapidly-growing subverse - which I encourage you to try and join if you haven't already.
It's quickly becoming the largest of them all, too!
Let's review the latest #QAnon drops:
Did you catch that? The MOAB hasn't been released yet...
And I'm beginning to see Rod Rosenstein as a sort of sacrificial pawn in all this. But that just... What have we had? TWO WHOLE YEARS of a phony investigation... just to get the #LunaticLeftists to support Sessions?
(I mean, we're not exactly talking about people known for their consistent and principled ideology here).
A trail of evidence appearing in major news outlets suggests a campaign to undermine President Trump from within the government through illegal leaks of classified information, and then thwart congressional investigators probing the disclosures. On Monday the Justice Department released a handful of texts and other documents that included two former officials known for their...
Past and present U.S. officials say the template for the leak campaign can be traced back to the Obama administration's efforts to sell the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, which made the press reliant on background conversations and favorable leaks from government officials. Obama adviser Ben Rhodes told the New York Times in 2016 that "we created an echo chamber" that "helped retail the administration's narrative."
"That same configuration," said Michael Doran, a senior official in the George W. Bush White House, "the press, political operatives, newly minted experts, social media validators-was repurposed to target Trump, his campaign, transition team, then the presidency." The echo chamber's primary instrument in attacking the current White House said Doran, "is the Russia collusion narrative."
Look at that brilliant bit of correlation - planting the seed of this leading directly back to Obama himself.
After all, it was taken from his playbook!
RCI has found that the anti-Trump leaks fall into two broad categories or phases. Initially, the leaking was an offensive operation aimed at disrupting Trump's agenda, especially through leaks alleging connections between his campaign and the Russians. Its early successes included leaks of highly classified material that led to the firing of National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and the recusal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions from overseeing that probe.
The second phase - which began roughly a year into the Trump administration - has been more defensive, pushing back against congressional oversight committees that had uncovered irregularities in the FBI's investigation of Trump. This phase has been marked by the willingness of press outlets to run stories backing off earlier reported leaks that proved to be deeply misleading - including the roots of the FBI's investigation of the Trump campaign and the relationship between Deputy Attorney General Bruce Ohr and the opposition research firm that produced a central document of that probe, the largely discredited "Steele dossier."
This second phase has also included articles and opinion pieces - some written by journalists who have published classified information - dismissing suspicions of an orchestrated campaign against Trump as, to use the phrase invoked in a recent New Yorker article, a "conspiracy theory."
"Former Obama officials and their press allies can call it a ‘conspiracy theory' or whatever they want," a senior U.S. official - familiar with how Obama holdovers and the media jointly targeted Trump figures - told RCI. "But they can't say it's not true that former Obama officials were furiously leaking to keep people close to Trump out of the White House."
It wasn't a "Conspiracy Theory."
It was a #ComplotAccompli!
And then there's this zinger:
The focus of the ongoing anti-Trump campaign became clear in March 2016 when the candidate identified Carter Page and George Papadopoulos as foreign policy advisers. For reasons that remain unclear, FBI officials decided that Page, in particular, was a Russian asset and that others on the team might be as well. Instead of alerting Trump to this possibility, law enforcement set up a sting operation.
I imagine those "reasons" will be made known to all, very soon.
There's a lot more to this article, so dig in. And I know I complained about the writing style at Sarah Carter's site very recently, but this one is actually pretty readable, despite its length.
New text messages between ex-FBI Special Agent Peter Strzok and ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page reveal others were leaking like mad in the run-up to the Trump-Russia collusion probe, according to new communications between the former FBI lovers obtained exclusively by Fox News.
The Judge is worth listening to in the video linked above, but I think the real meat comes from these bits in the article itself:
‘"Oh, remind me to tell you tomorrow about the times doing a story about the rnc hacks," Page texted Strzok.
"And more than they already did? I told you Quinn told me they pulling out all the stops on some story..." Strzok replied.
A source told Fox News "Quinn" could be referring to Richard Quinn, who served as the chief of the Media and Investigative Publicity Section in the Office of Public Affairs. Quinn could not be reached for comment.
Strzok again replied: "Think our sisters have begun leaking like mad. Scorned and worried, and political, they're kicking into overdrive."
In one passage, Strzok apparently misreads a reference to "rnc" as "mc," and then, realizing his error, blames "old man eyes."
It is unclear at this point to whom Strzok was referring when he used the term "sisters."
Retired FBI special agent and former FBI national spokesman John Iannarelli told Fox News it could be a reference to another government agency.
"Sisters is an odd phrase to use," Iannarelli told Fox News Wednesday. "It could be any intelligence agency or any other federal law enforcement agency. The FBI works with all of them because, post 9/11, it's all about cooperation and sharing."
There are 17 agencies in the Intelligence Community, including the CIA, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the National Security Agency, and the FBI.
Following the text about "sisters leaking," Strzok wrote to Page:
"And we need to talk more about putting C reporting in our submission. They're going to declassify all of it..."
Page replied: "I know. But they're going to declassify their stuff, how do we withhold..."
"We will get extraordinary questions. What we did what we're doing. Just want to ensure everyone is good with it and has thought thru all implications," Strzok wrote. "CD should bring it up with the DD."
A source told Fox News that "C" is likely in reference to classified information, whereas "CD" is Cyber Division, and DD could refer to former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.
It is unclear what "submission" Strzok and Page were referring to.
A source told Fox News that the messages were part of a newly released batch of Strzok-Page communications from Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz, uncovered as part of his investigation into the start of the FBI's Russia investigation.
And then Jim Jordan had a busy day on FOX News:
.@Jim_Jordan: "We're still waiting to get all the documents from Rod Rosenstein and @TheJusticeDept, that's why we pushed so hard."
2:03 AM - Sep 13, 2018
WATCH: @SandraSmithFox spoke with @Jim_Jordan about @RepMarkMeadows sending a letter to Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein alleging Strzok-Page texts reveal a "media leak strategy" #nine2noon
11:43 PM - Sep 12, 2018
And those daily carpet bombs Q referenced?
Here's the start of the next salvo:
On Wednesday night Freedom Caucus Chairman Jim Jordan (R-OH) and Freedom Caucus founder Mark Meadows (R-NC) joined Sean Hannity to discuss the latest Peter Strzok - Lisa Page text messages that show a coordination between the FBI and DOJ in their efforts in 2017 to detroy the sitting US President Trump.
Rep. Mark Meadows: There are dozens of other documents that will support the fact that Peter Strzok and Lisa Page had ongoing relationships with multiple reporters and that they were feeding them information to spin a narrative against this president... We know that James Comey leaked, we know that Andrew McCabe leaked, we know that Peter Strzok and Lisa Page leaked. We also know that the reporters who they leaked to know that they leaked. And look we got names. We also have the reporters' names.
Now if only we could get the #LunaticLeftists to watch Hannity!
Reddit has finally banned r/greatawakening, the main QAnon subreddit - and then it banned /r/The_GreatAwakening, the backup subreddit where users fled. QAnon, the web of conspiracy theories - which involve Donald Trump, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and politicians and government officials stretching all the way back to Kennedy era - originated on 4chan through Q, an anonymous person purporting to have a high-level security clearance, then quickly spread to Reddit, Facebook, and eventually offline.
A subreddit devoted to , a conspiracy theory that has captivated far-right social media, has been banned by Reddit. On Wednesday, the company banned r/greatawakening for "repeated violations of the terms of our content policy," a Reddit representative said.
There were no genuine "content violations."
There were people who were strategically undermining the sub, in order to give Admins an excuse to ban it. Big League Politics unearthed at least one front of the attack:
Reddit has banned the second-largest pro-President Trump subreddit, The Great Awakening, as tech platforms increasingly ban Trump-supporting and conservative forums. Top Reddit moderators made Big League Politics aware of the fact that "The Great Awakening" was banned Tuesday night at 11:45 PM. The subreddit has been down all day.
Top Reddit moderators have provided Big League Politics with information showing that left-wing operatives including an employee of CBS have been involved in posing as Trump supporters to post offensive anonymous content on Reddit in order to get pro-Trump subreddits flagged. BLP will be rolling out that information today as this censorship purge goes into high gear.
The CBS employee has been identified by top Reddit moderators as Gary Phillips, who serves as digital media administrator for CBS Studios International in Los Angeles.
Phillips runs a private subreddit in which he makes clear his liberal ideology, and plans his covert actions against Trump subreddits according to copious information reviewed by the editorial staff.
More than 30 covert left-wing actors have been identified coordinating with Phillips, including activists linked to Media Matters and the ACLU.
Right after Moonves, too.
High-powered "60 Minutes" executive producer Jeff Fager is leaving CBS "effective immediately" amid sexual misconduct allegations, but the network said his abrupt exit is not directly related to the claims made against him by Pulitzer Prize-winner Ronan Farrow in The New Yorker.
Coincidentally enough, Warren Buffet also used a domino analogy just a couple days ago:
Sending signals, perhaps?
One thing I want to know.
When's Oppenheim going down?
Everything will fall.
Probably even this site.
I hope not, obviously, but probably.
We have to be prepared for that possible eventuality. And I'm doing everything I can to prepare for that.
Q then responded to these posts in kind:
My first reaction, and I posted as much on Gab, as to just shake my head at the actual number of subscribers to /r/GreatAwakening.
Reddit's been cucked for a long time, and there was no doubt they were screwing with the numbers. Some may remember what Cannibal-Exec u/Spez (look in my Gab if you missed that post) did to /r/The_Donald, where they capped the total number of subs around 650,000 in 2016.
And then users went into the publicly available advertising data (because ad buyers want to know what size audience they're trying to tap - and the reddit admins couldn't censor that without committing FRAUD) and they found out the actual number of subscribers at the time was closer to 6 million.
Reddit's been a patient on its deathbed for a long time, barely kept alive by our own complacency.
Time to throw off the silicon shackles once more, and head for greener pastures.
Which, for the time being, is Voat.
Reassuring amongst all the censorship (and promises of censorship), to be sure.
Odd that he finished that with "12 moves ahead," when he could have said, you know... 17.
So that makes me think the 12 is a very specifically chosen reference to something...
Just a quick word association makes me think...
Quorum of 12...
High Twelve International...
The twelve founders of B'nai Brith...
But I'm not sure any of those fit.
L is also the 12th letter of the alphabet...
And the L looks like how a Knight moves in chess...
So it's also possible this could be another chess reference...
I even broke out Springmeier's Pagan calendar to see if there were any evil holidays that lined up with 12 days from now (and it was close, with the Autumnal Equinox falling on the 23rd this year)...
But... If we go back to Babylon here (because, remember, when we're talking about #TheCabal, we're talking about the an ancient Babylonian Mystery Cult here), Babylonians measured time in base-60... which, if you don't know what that means, don't worry.
For our purposes, it means that for the Ancient Babylonians, there were 12 hours in every day.
In which case, this could be read as a direct snub at #TheCabal. If Q is 12 moves ahead, that means every "hour" of the "day," every waking moment the Cabal works to perpetrate their evil, Qteam is already there, ready for them at every turn.
I definitely think that's the coolest interpretation I could give you. Of course, I'm open to seeing if "12" pans out a bit differently here.
The other possible interpretation is that, if Kavanaugh's confirmation happens on the 20th, that's a Thursday. I'm fairly confident we won't be seeing the FISA pages declassified until after Kavanaugh is confirmed. But that would be... Friday, the 21st.
We need to control the news cycle, people.
That leaves Monday, the 24th...
Which is 12 days after the 12th.
(Can you hang in there two more weeks?!)
Bloomberg links refuse to embed because they have their site misconfigured. So here's an ugly text link: https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-09-11/sessions-is-said-to-be-open-to-probe-of-social-media-giants.
Fox News, on the other hand, embeds just fine:
President Trump is speaking forcefully about fixing a growing problem affecting our national discourse. He says we may need to regulate the giant tech companies that control vast swaths of our information landscape, due to their bias. The president tweeted this week: "Google search results for ‘Trump News' shows only the viewing/reporting of Fake New Media.
And I can't wait for Silicon Valley to get POSITIVELY REKT by Trump and Sessions. If I had to pick a date for good FB puts, I would choose October 26th for myself, maybe at a 150 strike. That's after earnings, and puts a fair bit of time for Sessions to work his magic... but that's just me (and that's not financial advice).
And yet again, you can see the "carpet bomb" strategy at work here today, with this leaked video demonstrating Google's very obvious bias:
The video is a full recording of Google's first all-hands meeting following the 2016 election (these weekly meetings are known inside the company as "TGIF" or "Thank God It's Friday" meetings). Sent to Breitbart News by an anonymous source, it features co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, VPs Kent Walker and Eileen Naughton, CFO Ruth Porat, and CEO Sundar Pichai.
Despite all claims to the contrary by the paid PR mouthpieces Google hires to lie at us, it's pretty clear how deeply the culture of #LunaticLeftism has embedded itself in your company when execs are CRYING in front of the whole company at Hillary's loss.
Anon was kind enough to give us a pretty thorough breakdown of all the key moments in the video:
Of course, leaks like that prompt responses like this:
Brad Parscale, President Trump's 2016 digital campaign manager and 2020 re-election campaign manager, called for an investigation into tech giant Google in a recent tweet following a leaked video published by Breitbart News showing a high level of dismay from Google executives and employees at the election of President Trump along with a number of statements such as "history is on our side" and the "moral arc of history bends towards progress."
Expect to see many more people calling for such investigations and advocating regulations/trust-busting.
And before we go, I definitely do not want to forget to report on the newly released Executive Order Trump just signed:
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (50 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.) (IEEPA), the National Emergencies Act (50 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.) (NEA), section 212(f) of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952 (8 U.S.C.
So it's not just human trafficking now that will freeze your assets. It's foreign election interference, too.
It's looking more and more like Soros is about to be taken to the cleaners, and let me tell you, it couldn't happen to a more deserving fellow.
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