Discussion in 'Φ POLITICS' started by tag, Oct 1, 2018.
(from the boards and elsewhere)
WeatherMen III - ALL4FLOYD - In Pursuit of Truth Presents - 6.21.20
Another excellent video by Sir Patrick Mack.
IPOT is great! Love the upbeat jazzy tone of the music in today's video.
5..4..3.. - In Pursuit of Truth Presents - 4.14.20
17 At Camelot Castle, John Mappin Interview
This particular video has been forwarded to me by several people, with high recommendations.
An interview with John Mappin, who is the person who raised a Q flag over his Camelot Hotel
This is a very thought-provoking interview that covers a wide range of topics.
Trump retweeted Tracie Beanz today.
He's been doing this more and more lately.
Retweeting Q - related people.
All Hands On Deck - In Pursuit of Truth Presents – 12.8.19
The Guardian theguardian]global/video/2019/nov/11/hong-kong-protester-shot-at-close-range-by-police-video
This morning Sir Patrick Mac starts off right away going over the Q posts 3651 - 3666
The diagrams shows the flow chart of what we see in BOTH MSM and AMSM
If Drudge Report has been compromised, who else has also been compromised? (Alex Jones??? Cenk??? )
If you’re like me, you’re probably curious about the Watters World piece mentioned in Q 3665. I don’t have a TV. I have to come at this from round-about, work around ways.
Discussion of this post starts about 29:56 in the video.
Sir Patrick Mac does a “montage” of this interview along with his own commentary, and raises some interesting points.
I want to also point to the comment below the link in Q 3665.
In my opinion, this is the whole point of this Q mention. To generate awareness.
To generate awareness of the information, the content, the substance, if you will, shared within the Q posts.
All of this is to help people with the cognitive dissonance of what they are being told to believe relative to the reality, which if Q’s information is accurate, is about to become much more visible to the general public.
Also interesting to note is that President Trump Tweeted the opening segment of last night’s Watters World. Again, putting more eyes on the segment as a whole.
Here’s a copy of the whole segment. If you want to download to archive offline…
Jesse asks, Is Q Trump himself? (ha)
Whoa!!!! At the very end, connecting Yossi Cohen to “Y”. Very interesting…
What the Frick?
I didn't intend to feeling it would certainly be a circus with no merit. But, after taking a cursory look, I became riveted with the hearing for many reasons and sat watching the spectacle almost without moving.
I had every intention of seeing right through Yavanovitch's performance as with her predecessor. She was so good at it, tag. At first the quiet, sweet, girlish voice reminiscent of Blasey Ford's testimony sounded to be almost a carbon copy ploy. I was expecting to stop viewing in disgust within a short amount of time.
Soon, Yavanovitch's real voice came though interspersed with the girlish voice only on occasions when a disarming effect was called for. Her diplomatic skills were so well honed! She is woman who can strongly project exactly what she intends to project with an almost impenetrable facade. Her witness role of a poised, honest, competent, principled, dedicated survivor of dangerous violent political injustices and wronged employee who had been mistreated, fired, and smeared by the crazy mean dangerous orange man was amplified by her story that at the exact time she learned she was being targeted for removal by the three amigos, she was hosting an honoring ceremony for the young Ukranian anti-corruption activist who had recently died after acid was thrown on her. This revelation emotionally succeeded in propping up her claim she felt extremely threatened by the situation she had been unjustly forced to endure. (apologies for the run on sentence)
A coupling with Nunes, Jordan, Stephanie, Ratclliff, et al's, process wars with the cartoon-like Schiff sitting comically in his chair towering a foot higher than everyone else's created a comedy/drama better than the best Perry Mason episode.
I anxiously await the exciting conclusion containing those revelations.
This GBN is new, I've never seen it before. It joined Twitter this month.
Global Breaking News
Grassroots Startup Providing Breaking News From Around The Globe.
Interesting developments in Iran...
The news says they are burning down the Central Bank in Iran.
Here's another tweet from someone else.
I went to see of AP or Reuters had covered this yet and this is the most recent article I could find on Reuters,
Iran's protests against gasoline price hike turn political: media
I'm listening to that Barr talk before the Federalist Society that you shared yesterday, right now.
Barr speaks at the Federalist Society's National Lawyers Convention
Learning some history I didn't know and gaining a new appreciation for Barr.
He gave what I feel is probably a historic talk at Notre Dame last week, too.
He raised some interesting points and issues in this talk.
I've downloaded the transcripts of both talks for further study.
Attorney General William P. Barr Delivers Remarks to the Law School and the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture at the University of Notre Dame
Attorney General William P. Barr Delivers the 19th Annual Barbara K. Olson Memorial Lecture at the Federalist Society's 2019 National Lawyers Convention
Evidently Trump had this pinned to the top of his Twitter page for a while yesterday.
It's quite funny.
To offer a better sense of Marie Yovanavich, I'll share these last two articles from John Solomon.
The real Ukraine controversy: an activist U.S. embassy and its adherence to the Geneva Convention
The 15 essential questions for Marie Yovanovitch, America’s former ambassador to Ukraine
I didn't watch any of the Impeachment hearings.
I think her job was to appear sympathetic for the MSM media to play a narrative of an abusive Trump, the typical Orange Man Bad narrative.
Probably appealing to people's emotions.
It seems she lied in her testimony both in the star chamber hearings and in the public hearings.
First off, I can see how your description of Lindsey Graham as Flimsy Lindsey works.
Lindsey Graham was a close associate of John McCain, and therefore most likely involved to some degree in much of the McCain criminal activities.
I remember coming across a comment somewhere that when McCain died that essentially liberated Graham.
He appears to me to be a good-hearted human being.
So, I give him the benefit of a doubt.
That said, I think he has agreed to cooperate in the ways that he has as part of a deal.
This is why I think we see him fluctuating and at times less than enthusiastic.
He probably has many pressures on him from deep state, criminal cabal operatives, as well as the pressure from the patriots.
He's not quite RINO, I don't put him in the category of Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney.
I feel he has some allegiance still to the Military-Industrial-Complex agenda.
He's walking a finely balanced line, and sometimes he's not so balanced in his walk.
Ergo.... your descriptive fits -- Flimsy.
tag, I watched the entire Yovanavich hearing today.
As I was watching, I could not help having a knee jerk essential feeling the persona she was portraying was honorable and honest. Do you know if I am understanding this correctly? That she is the person referenced by Tom Fitton as the "Former ousted Obama holdover Ambassador to Ukraine" who is responsible for the unmasking and surveillance of Sara Carter, John Solomon and all those in the list below contained as a link in a Q post today?
If so, that sweet voice and honest sympathetic demeanor was essentially contrived like Blasey Ford?
More nonsense masquerading as sense?
Please let me know your feelings on the concept of Flimsy Lindsey, too, when you have time.
This made me laugh!
I can see your point of view.
I'm playing with how to express something I've observed over time.
I think this comes from information theory?
Each of us uniquely has a body of information we've built up for ourselves, through our lives and such.
I think this affects how any one takes in any information.
In a general sense, what may be nonsense to someone else, may make sense to me.
And visa versa.
Now, when you are talking about the far leaning left ideologies of Dems, what you say makes sense to me.
And it may be utter nonsense to someone else.
This is probably because of the basis of information I already carry within me.
Since I've been interested in understanding that mindset and in the process have learned a few things that help me understand better, not wholly, but better than before I learned.
It's a topic that interests me. So, I'm not likely to dismiss it as nonsense.