Evidence emerges that the QAnon movement might be the result of a giant prank being played on the Right Wing.

By | 2018-08-07T07:20:41+00:00 August 6th, 2018|Categories: Front Page, News|Tags: , , , , , , |13 Comments

Yeah, it certainly would not be hard to play a prank on these morons.

Courtesy of Buzzfeed:

The QAnon conspiracy theory is vague, complicated, and nonsensical, and it’s been building support online since October 2017. It started with a post on 4chan’s “Politically Incorrect” messageboard called “Bread Crumbs.”

The author of “Bread Crumbs” claimed he was a member of the federal government with a Q clearance. Q clearance is a security authorization at the Department of Energy that would grant someone top-secret access to national security information, among other things.

The post was screenshot and posted to Reddit’s conspiracy subreddit and, voila, QAnon was born — “Q” for the security clearance, “anon” for anonymous.

A month after the 4chan post, a manifesto titled “The Book of Q” was posted to a Google Drive.

Since then, the theory has bounced around a million social media sites, shifting and changing as more and more users share it and alter it to fit their needs.

Here is the gist of what the followers of “Q” believe: 

According to Q, nearly every president before Trump was a “criminal president” who was part of an evil global organization of Satanist pedophiles. It also claims members of the US military who are not working for the global pedophile cabal supposedly approached Trump and begged him to run for president so that they could purge the government of the deep state operatives without a military coup.

Q claims Trump is not under investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller, but that Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are. And Trump is actually working with Mueller.

Q regularly drops clues that followers call “crumbs,” which are meant to predict things. For instance, he claimed John Podesta would be arrested or indicted Nov. 3, 2017 — which, of course, didn’t happen.

There were also other “crumbs” predicting events that never happened, but there were a few that seemed to prophesize incidents which DID happen, and much like people who believe in Astrology it is just enough to keep them convinced. 

However Buzzfeed uncovered some evidence that seems to indicate that the QAnon movement is not just horseshit, but horseshit purposefully served as “breadcrumbs” by Leftist pranksters. 

While it’s almost impossible to prove who started QAnon, there is some evidence that it was meant to be a prank all along. And more importantly, it’s looking more and more likely that QAnon is actually a prank by leftists or anarchists to make the far-right look deranged.

Last month, an Italian leftist activist collective called the Wu Ming Foundation pointed to a book they published in the ’90s that is shockingly similar to QAnon.

In 1999, Roberto Bui, Giovanni Cattabriga, Federico Guglielmi, and Luca Di Meo, writing under the name “Luther Blissett,” published an Italian novel called Q.

It follows the journey of an unnamed Anabaptist religious radical across Europe during the 16th century. He joins various movements that emerge following the Protestant Reformation. The whole time he’s being pursued by a spy for the Roman Catholic Church named Q.

The book sparked all kinds of debates about what it’s actually about, but its authors said it was meant to be autobiographical. “We often described it as ‘playbook,’ an ‘operations manual’ for cultural disruption,” they said.

Basically, Q is a handbook for activists who want to disrupt society.

The authors who make up the entity once known as “Luther Blisset” say the coincidences are hard to ignore and believe their book quite likely inspired pranksters to take what they did to the next level. 

Now before you discount the theory that this might just be a huge prank, keep in mind that your alternative choice is that there is a legitimate secret mole in the government who started posting legitimate clues on 4Chan of all places and that Donald Trump is some kind of baggy suit wearing superhero who has come to rescue all of us from a secret government cabal now referred to as the “deep state.” 

Oh, and did I mention that one of the most popular theories about Q’s identity is that John F. Kennedy Jr. faked his own death and went underground only to emerge many years later as, you guessed it, the enigmatic Q. 

So are you thinking that there is no way so many people could be this easily fooled?

Then just watch this.

And I think we’re done here. 

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  1. Anonymous August 6, 2018 at 1:38 pm

    QAnon’s Newest Hero Is a D-List ‘Vanderpump Rules’ Star Isaac Kappy
    Isaac Kappy accuses stars like Tom Hanks and Seth Green of being sexual predators, but he’s the one under investigation for disturbing behavior.

    …Kappy was introduced to the Infowars audience by Alex Jones as a “pretty big movie star” and he calls himself a “Hollywood whistleblower,” accusing a long list of Hollywood stars, without evidence, of being pedophiles. Kappy, who claims to have followed QAnon posts since they started to appear on anonymous internet forums last October, says he’s seen from the inside how Hollywood is run by predators.

    “I’ve had people that have actually seen the blackmail material for a lot of really big people, that you know their names, world-wide,” Kappy said on Infowars.

    …Since then he’s been pitching pedophile allegations at QAnon believers, regularly tweeting QAnon slogans like “Where We Go One, We Go All.” In return, Kappy’s baseless accusations against celebrities like Tom Hanks have been embraced by QAnon believers.

    His allegations made via Periscope livestream have become fodder for countless conspiracy YouTube videos, including ones that dominated search results for Hanks until YouTube stepped in.

    “Isaac Kappy is a HERO! Get his back!” enthused one user on the QAnon subreddit. “He’s woke AF!! BOOM!!!”


  2. Anonymous August 6, 2018 at 3:10 pm

    All I know is that the pee pond swears by it, so it has to be false.

    • Anonymous August 6, 2018 at 4:32 pm


      False and stupid.

  3. viv August 6, 2018 at 3:21 pm

    Those people voted for Obama. How sad that they have come to this.

    • Meghan August 6, 2018 at 3:30 pm

      Wow. You really went out of your way to miss the point. Impressive.

  4. Lewsiffer August 6, 2018 at 4:05 pm

    Woah, this is the most I’ve read about this, thanks for sharing this madness! My husband and brother mentioned it a few weeks ago but I’ve dodged it so far, but wow, what a buncha nutbags!

  5. whatevs August 6, 2018 at 6:32 pm

    Or put on your hazmat dry suit and head over to the Pee Pond. They’ve fallen for it hook, line and sinker, with “Howie Roak” leading the way and MaMcGrizzie a shambling after.

  6. whatevs August 6, 2018 at 6:53 pm

    Well, well, well, looks like you can’t take an ill-advised dip in the pee pond after all – Error establishing a database connection. Guess they didn’t pay their rubles for the domain?

    • Anonymous August 6, 2018 at 7:20 pm

      Know your enemy (they aren’t), so to speak, I visit there from time to time to see what’s up. They’ve been having this problem for a LONG time now, and it makes me laugh. I work in IT and someone is having a lot of fun doing it. Does that make me a bad person? I cannot click on the videos Gryph provides because no way in double hockeys can you make me watch that. I know what’s coming, and then I swear. A LOT.

  7. anon August 7, 2018 at 8:46 am


    “There are several theories about why someone with same-sex attraction might lobby for anti-gay causes, explains Dr. Justin Lehmiller on his blog Sex and Psychology.

    One is that due to controlling parents, they were never able to explore their sexuality in a healthy way. Another is religion: “For these individuals, perhaps their religious identity is more central to their sense of self than their sexual identity (at least most of the time).”’


  8. anon August 7, 2018 at 9:16 am


    “The pundits are starting to worry that QAnon supporters — who believe in outlandish claims outlined in anonymous internet posts that Trump is engaged in a good-versus-evil struggle against a global pedophile cabal — will be used by Democrats and the media to make all Trump voters look crazy.”

    • Tinfoil R Us August 7, 2018 at 1:00 pm

      LOL not really a stretch is it?

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