thoughts on Q

Q is a unique letter. Not a lot of words use it. As such, it’s worth a lot of points in Scrabble, so that’s cool.

Then there is also this Q phenomenon thing.

Supposedly Q is someone close to, or may in fact be, Trump. At the minimum, he is a government agent with ‘Q’ level security clearance. At least, that’s the story.

Much debate has been had over whether Q is legit. The way I see it, there is a pretty good chance that we will never know for sure.

I actively follow Q’s posts, but I don’t necessarily believe anything I read in them. He has his benefits though. His posts are getting more and more people to take a look at what is actually happening in governments around the world.

I don’t see how multitudes of people actively looking for government corruption could be a bad thing. He has a solid method of ‘red pilling’  people by making them research things themselves and thereby causing them to confront the false reality that the ‘Deep State‘ has built.

If you are already ‘red pilled‘, Q offers some glimpses behind the curtain of what may be being done to fight corruption (possibly).

As to his predictions, or ‘prophecies’ … Meteorologists make prophecies everyday. They call them weather forecasts. They are never completely correct, and sometimes completely wrong all together. I view Q predictions the way I view weather forecasts: “Here is a possible outcome, but maybe not.”

In the end, Q may just be a troll who spends way too much time on the internet and watching InfoWars. So, Q may be legit, or he may not be, but he does get people to ask questions.

The question that comes to my mind most often when reading Q is, ‘What the hell is he talking about?’ If, like me, you don’t have the time to fully research and investigate everything, the you need an interpreter (a Qterpreter?). For that, I recommend the work done by NeonRevolt. He has excellent analysis of Q’s posts and helps you pick up what Q is putting down.

So, there are my thoughts on Q. I wanna believe, but a lifetime of skepticism and cynicism keeps me from fully embracing Q as truth. That being said, I find his posts interesting and the analysis that others do on those posts to be equally as interesting.

Evil Wulf


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