I am not deep into all the Q stuff, but if it was as dangerous as advertised, people would be dead. If it was just a wacky kooky conspiracy theory with no basis in reality, there wouldn’t be such a push to shut it down.
I can think of plenty other conspiracy theories that have far less evidence but have been pushed relentlessly by our garbage media (Russian collision, for example) with real-world consequences.
And no, don’t try to equate that weirdo who fired a gun inside or Comet Pizza–hurting nobody–to the violent left-wing and black supremacist mobs actually terrorizing dozens of major American cities.
So this tells us that the elites are afraid of the stupid silly totally not true Q thing. They’re obviously not afraid of Antifa or BLM because if those movements actually threatened their hegemony, they’d have been brutally put down yesterday.
But tell me again how “the alt-right” (whatever that means) or “white supremacists” (the three that aren’t federal agents) are the biggest threats to “our democracy” (whatever that is).
All I know is that so-called conspiracies tend to explain things better the official story. I wouldn’t be surprised if dinosaurs never existed, we never went to the moon, evolution is a lie, and the Earth is flat. And honesty, I don’t care about any of these things one way or the other. I’m not invested in them. Whether or not dinosaurs existed doesn’t affect me. I just resent being lied to.
So yeah, seeing as how our elites behave and how they are now pushing to sexualize children, it would not surprise me at all if the world is run by a cabal of rich, vampiric pedophile Satanists. And Epstein didn’t kill himself.
Anyway, the Russian collusion thing wouldn’t have surprised me if true, but that one has been demonstrably proven false.
America is one messed up place, but the writer in me is fascinated by its downfall because all of this is great imagination fuel. The truth is truly stranger than fiction. Always has been.
The positive reviews keep coming in for The Last Ancestor.