A Q Sample

Because it may be of some interest as a curiosity, I share a message from the Qanon forum below. It was written by Q himself, appeared Sunday morning , and is characteristic of Q’s messaging style.

With Q posts in general, there are two objectives a) reveal any hidden clues, and b) answer the questions in a way to produce a coherent message. It may take both to decipher the meaning of a post.

Some things to notice in this sample:

  • There are 13 questions arranged into 8 logical groups.
  • 12 of the questions end in question marks; one does not.
  • 3 words are marked with asterisks: originally, knowing, Pops.
  • 3 phrases are marked with brackets: ‘business partners’, contents unrestricted?, years of being treated poorly by ‘Pop’.
  • There is only 1 declarative statement: Looks can be deceiving.

Here is Q’s post:

How do you inform your target(s) ['business partners'] what you have?
Why would H. Biden have such material on his laptop?
How was the content *originally* received?
Why would H. Biden risk turning over such material to a computer repair shop? [contents unrestricted?]
On purpose [years of being treated poorly by 'Pop'] or simple negligence?
If such information existed on laptop why wouldn't contents be claimed?
Several attempts made to contact to claim?
Messages left?
Why wouldn't H. Biden want to reclaim *knowing* the contents on the drive could bury *Pops* & family.
A troubled life?
A troubled family?
Looks can be deceiving.

The way I read it, Q is suggesting that Hunter Biden engineered the email incident in its entirety, from preparing the content on the laptop through causing it to be discovered. Q doesn’t say why, but hints the incident may be some form of in-the-clear communication to ‘business partners’ or other associates.

Of course, since Q doesn’t actually say any of that in the message, knowing what the message says is actually impossible.

I expect to get grief for posting something related to Qanon, but if you’ve never seen a Q message before, you might wonder — based on this one — what all the fuss is about.

6 thoughts on “A Q Sample

  1. As a lifelong golfer, I see a parallel.

    One round, or even a portion of one, I could hit the ball where I wanted, when I needed to and score.

    Other days, not so much.

    Did “someone” mess with my clubs? Trade out my golf balls? Cast a spell on my brain?

    Or did I just play badly?

    Q is just the innate desire by humans to attach a reason to everything. Stupidity, happenstance or just plain bad luck are not good enough. There has to be an outside agency controlling everything. (God? Soros? Pizza shops? Bankers?).

    And here is the interesting part: self-fulfilling prophecies.

    Someone or something (400lb person in a bed, or a cabal of teens, bad actors, AI bot) is posting like the Oracle at Delphi. Pizza toppings become euphemisms. Democrats eat pizza. Pizza is sold at a Washington restaurant. Top pols from Trump on down associated with pedophiles. (Although, Trump is the only one to praise Epstein for his love of beautiful women “on the younger side”.)

    (I know Q started his postings after pizzagate, but the resemblance is uncanny.)

    Sooo, let’s stitch a sampler with all kinds of colors, words and pictures. Let the impressionable create the meanings.

    So the conspiracy takes hold. After all, we can’t trust a word from the regime. Plus the same regime says all news is fake so we can’t trust the media either. Along comes Q and suddenly we have a trusted but obtuse source of an explanation for “everything”. And prophesied that soon “all Evil will be vanquished. Or at least Democrats and pedophiles.

    Finally, we have millions that work for our government. All have families, most with kids and probably grandkids. They are neighbors, hold backyard BBQ’s, play softball, join PTA’s.

    And yet we have been sold on the idea that they are the enemy.

    Except for “Q”. Naturally. Which is selling a future like Lake Wobegon. “The men are good looking, the women are strong and all the children are above average”.

    Like Mac n’ Cheese. Comfort food for the uncomfortable.

    With Trump as the Messiah.


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