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  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/16/2018 11:03:59 PM PDT · 1,556 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to Snowybear; Cats Pajamas; TEXOKIE

    I’ve been pushing back on the symbols. I’m celebrating all the Good God given things. I’ve been wearing the heck out of an old comfy pair of red shoes I’ve always loved this summer. Still have rainbows and butterflies all around the house from the grandkids drawing. This year I taught ‘em to draw owls too. That’s right Bagster, sidewalk chalk, crayon and playdoh. Owls.

    We discovered an owl living in the woods around our house right after we bought the house. Found out owls like to hunt, kill and eat snakes. Anything that kills a serpent is a blessing from God in my book.

    Sorry for that little slide. I’m sick of them stealing God’s creations for twisted messages.

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/16/2018 10:46:23 PM PDT · 1,546 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to edzo4; Disestablishmentarian

    Hey guys, I got some math homework. I’m just gonna leave it here at the Qanteen door for y’all to do for me. I’ll check back a coupla times tomorrow to see if you’ve done my homework.

    Oh, and if my homework’s not done, that means you guys just aren’t real - ‘kay?

    (do i need a /sarc on that??? nah, didnt think so)

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/16/2018 5:48:44 PM PDT · 1,327 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to TEXOKIE; little jeremiah; Melian; blu; All

    Wneighbor joins Texokie in some prayer and devotional time. We all knew this would get ugly when the light shone on evil. We all heard the warnings that it could get deadly dangerous.

    I’ve struggled over the last 24-36 hours trying to find words of comfort for my fellow ~beloved~ FreeQs who are having evil being brought forth in their denominations. My heart bleeds for each of you and I am well aware of 3 things.

    First, the God we all serve is the same. We are His children and He loves each of us.

    Second, none of our denominations is without evil in the ranks. You are not alone when the light may bring forth evil in the ranks. No denomination is without it. We stand together.

    Third, the faithful among us have one another’s backs. We as believers don’t paint with a broad brush that this is Catholics, Jews or even Protestants who are evil. We will stand for one another in love. The love of God will overcome this. I believe this is a lesson the faithful learned well and hard from the 20th century. At least I know the faithful in this community did.

    I don’t think I speak only for myself. I know each of you has been in my prayers in extra portion the past 2 days. I also know I’ve forgotten names that I should be pinging with this message. My apologies but I know God hasn’t forgotten even one of you.

    Retiring back to my prayer spot. Priorities.

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/15/2018 11:24:27 PM PDT · 886 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to bagster; ransomnote
    Q is mainstream, now.

    He can't make it too hard, or the normies will give up and go home. Not everybody's as smart as a Bagster. :)

    I dunno if this is a thing, if somebody's already put it out here or if it's just my 'magination. But I been thinkin' today about how we all note the trolls hitting new threads then mostly leaving things alone.

    It occurs to me that newbies interested in figuring out Q are most likely to find a random thread and start at the beginning. Most all threads would give us all we need to get up to speed pretty quick. I think our new thread chart is excellent for this. But...I think the DS zombie playbook is going on the notion that if they mess up our first page of replies with their attacks it will kill off interest for newbies.

    Which gets to the reason why I copied Bagster's line above, "can't make it too hard, or the normies will give up and go home" I think whatever DS trolls we have just believe scrambling the message for a hundred or 2 posts is makin' it too hard for normies. Wipe hands, leave, job done till next thread. Fortunately, I do think the new graphic header is an awesome helper if that is indeed an issue. But, mebbe somethin' to keep in mind on the fresh thread troll infestations.

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/15/2018 7:05:03 PM PDT · 714 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to StormFlag
    DOES ANYONE FIND THIS STRANGE? See below from the article. No offense meant to Haiti, but is Haiti a honeymoon destination?

    Storm Flag, I agree. That was one of the puzzle pieces that just wasn't fitting together for me when I dozed off about 4am. IIRC Haiti was a desired destination for only a small sliver of population in '75. I lived in Austin then and they have a good portion of that unGodly sliver of humanity. A honeymoon couple going to a homosexual destination is weird. 'Cept for the voodoo.

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/15/2018 3:59:34 PM PDT · 611 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to buffaloguy
    The effective mirror size is the distance between the centers of each mirror. We use this in optical and radio astronomy.

    could this be part of why Q states "think mirror?"

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/15/2018 3:38:54 PM PDT · 603 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to ransomnote; Swordmaker

    I remember when that video of Haitian Senator Bernard Sansaricq came out. It gained no traction and seemed to be filed under pizzagate conspiracy.

    Is he a name that we should file away in Swordmaker’s lexicon for future reference? That video makes a powerful statement/proof.

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/15/2018 2:48:08 PM PDT · 564 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to Cletus.D.Yokel
    FCC has roving "compliance" vehicles that monitor and remind HAMs to start and end their broadcast sessions with their license ID, among other things.

    I've heard of those roving vehicles since I got my license but in rural Texas they weren't a thing. Only know one HAM who retired down here from the Pentagon who had stories of them. That said, we've always been self policing. And since we mostly do storm chasing, emergency stuff and public service communications we go extra miles to help interested parties get licenses and be involved. We are starved for man power. We have a few guys in our group who've tracked unlicensed users themselves and gotten them set straight, either licenses or off the radio.

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/15/2018 2:40:14 PM PDT · 559 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to KitJ
    Thus, getting the basic Technician license would get you onto many repeater networks through club membership. Hiding in plain sight?

    This makes Ol' Nell the fall guy, or gal. Even with Steven Schmidt, no names multiple repeater owner, Nellie’s license is the ticket round the world.

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/15/2018 1:35:02 PM PDT · 524 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to Cletus.D.Yokel
    Giggle part: Did Nellie expense the equipment and license cost back to GPS (these people ARE stupid!)

    Yes, they are. And God is good if such an act as expensing the license and equipment was key to pouring forth a trove of new criminal activity. Ok, we know God is good. But I see a big boom here if my suspicions are correct.

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/15/2018 1:29:39 PM PDT · 520 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to KitJ; Cletus.D.Yokel
    Not just nationwide, but to a lot of places around the globe. Although, as I said previously, the Technician-class license is fairly restrictive on frequencies and power levels, repeaters that connect to the Internet have become very inexpensive and very common (almost too common).

    Thank you Kit, I'm pretty sure it was you who brought this up a thread or two ago and got me thinking about it again. As Cletus questioned in post 479, if folks aren't honest, there's no FCC enforcement on who uses the equipment. There's no reason tech Nellie couldn't have all the fancy equipment (that I can't afford) and do whatever she wants worldwide. Or allow foreign agents the use of said equipment. Truly, under Zero, why did she bother to get the tech license? The capability is there to just use.

    This may not have been a very important piece of information in the big picture, but it has nagged at me.

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/15/2018 1:15:59 PM PDT · 512 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to Cletus.D.Yokel; Andy from Chapel Hill
    Does one really need a license to operate someone else’s equipment?

    Nope.

    Could a foreign agent who just happened to be employed/contracted by Nellie’s employer GPS Fusion use it?

    Easy Peasy

    Who would know?

    I think you see why this bit has been nagging at me so. Big can o' worms. Like bigger than a 55 gal barrel can. MHO

    I just can't figure out past ol' Nell. But Andy from Chapel Hill gave us a big Qlue I think in post 277 with this:

    "McCain’s guy, Steven Schmitt, is the license holder/station operator for several DMR (Digital Mobile Radio) repeaters in the Northern Virginia area." Thanks again Andy.

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/15/2018 1:15:59 PM PDT · 511 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to Cletus.D.Yokel; Andy from Chapel Hill
    Does one really need a license to operate someone else’s equipment?

    Nope.

    Could a foreign agent who just happened to be employed/contracted by Nellie’s employer GPS Fusion use it?

    Easy Peasy

    Who would know?

    I think you see why this bit has been nagging at me so. Big can o' worms. Like bigger than a 55 gal barrel can. MHO

    I just can't figure out past ol' Nell. But Andy from Chapel Hill gave us a big Qlue I think in post 277 with this:

    "McCain’s guy, Steven Schmitt, is the license holder/station operator for several DMR (Digital Mobile Radio) repeaters in the Northern Virginia area." Thanks again Andy.

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/15/2018 12:28:55 PM PDT · 478 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to generally
    Another theory is that it involves the FBI cyber division. The FBI’s largest cyber office is in Arkansas.

    I thought we thought AR F_I were black hats. Don't have source for that on my phone. Read it on one of our threads. Is cyber office separate from the guys who are black hats? IIRC the black hat reference was the LR guys.

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/15/2018 12:25:23 PM PDT · 475 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to Cletus.D.Yokel
    What if the equipment (or upgrade) was for another, higher level HAM operator and she just “housed” the equipment at her place in VA?

    Winner winner chicken dinner! Here's your beer...have to take it in text, can't post pictures from muh phone.

    We were a family HAM group. Uncle was an extra with all the equipment bells and whistles. We worked emergency nets and there were times us techs gave him a rest and used the equipment. It's not rocket science. Folks in the path of tornados and Katrina survivors didn't care about which license we used.

    Here's the thing, we were all aware communications were public. Big gossip group. Everyone in our county ARC knew everyone else's business and that of the contiguous county's HAMS.

    Yes. I grok the encoded capabilities of DS. It's just another big "These people are STUPID" moment. I think the only thing clandestine about this plan was possible going "old school" to try and sneak around white hat intelligence. I estimate more than 75% of my HAM friends have military background tho. Can't get much by that group of HAMS.

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/15/2018 12:06:34 PM PDT · 458 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to generally; bagster
    Watch the water. Q

    I fell asleep last night researching the number of billionaires and private islands. It appears we have around 1500 billionaires worldwwide. But something else struck me that I fell asleep before posting. It's not all billionaires owning private islands, there were several articals listing Hollyweird people who own private islands. There's a connect the dots line.

    At the time I found the articles I was fighting to keep my eyes open. I don't know the entertainment industry, don't watch much TV, and only watch kid movies with grandchildren so many names were unfamiliar. I'm guessing our entertainmentfags would know them all. Ping to Bags.

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/15/2018 11:54:40 AM PDT · 448 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to Andy from Chapel Hill
    The legality of such monitoring is unknown to me.

    Me too.

    McCain’s guy, Steven Schmitt, is the license holder/station operator for several DMR (Digital Mobile Radio) repeaters in the Northern Virginia area.

    This is the scenario that makes most sense to me. If Nellie-girl is coordinating a packet net then she can reach all over the nation/world with her tech ticket. IMHO that is something that could have gone undetected for a time. It's obviously in the open now but I have to wonder how long it took to find this net. My experience with my HAM radio is that there are no secrets. I listened to our county judge talk about a skinny-dipping day with his wife down at the river one morning. No secrets! Someone, somewhere can decode those packets.

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/14/2018 11:42:38 PM PDT · 228 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to TEXOKIE

    Xkeyscore; i can see I don’t like this but don’t have the knowledge to understand the thing.

    But I have another thing nagging me. Nellie Ohr and that HAM license. Another FreeQ brought this up yesterday or the day before. Nellie has a low level license. I’ve got the same level. My youngest daughter passed the exam and got her license at age 11. Love my baby but she was not a good student. Sometimes I was just thankful for an all C report card from that one. Point being, easy test, not many bands, no far reaching capability. It’s just not useful for much except very close local communications. It’s line of sight communication between antennas..or repeaters. There is something we aren’t catching about the significance of HAM Nell.

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/14/2018 11:14:41 PM PDT · 206 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to No_Doll_i

    From Q 1876, I don’t get any of this:

    Think XKeyscore + PRISM specifically.
    Was such tech kept from ‘elected’ officials?
    Was such tech kept from ‘elected’ directors?
    Why was NO SUCH AGENCY created?
    Think SIGINT.

  • Q Anon: 08/14/18 "Trust The Plan"

    08/14/2018 11:10:16 PM PDT · 203 of 2,001
    Wneighbor to Defiant

    With RICO they’d need all that old AR data for Rudy too. That makes more sense. Thanks.