Eyes on #NewQ! PLUS! Adventures in #Canklestan! #QAnon #GreatAwakening


from Neon Revolt:

Q is back!
Gab is back!
And with that, I’m back!

After a little over a week of posting on MeWe (where we’ve had a lot of fun), I’m relieved that Gab has been resurrected. And I said this in my previous article, but I’ll reiterate here: I’ll be shifting back towards putting all kinds of little posts on Gab (given their free speech guarantee), but I wanted to highlight this image which I ripped from the research boards, because it was so hilarious.

In it, #Anon documents the progressive twitter meltdown of one #CyanidePhil, ex-senior adviser to HRC, and anon’s gleeful reactions. Full size below, naturally.

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I also want to make sure everyone gets a chance to see this #BodyLanguage analysis of Obama, from @Bombards:



Now, I’ve got some catching up to do here, as I held off on making a #NewQ article, just weighing out his pace and the general direction he was going in – as well as to continue work on my book.

I think I’ve mentioned it in passing before; that I wanted to write a book regarding all-things-Q-related, and get it out, into the world to help everyone understand what, exactly, was happening/would be happening/will be happening shortly. I mean, my god, people: this is going to look absolutely insane when things go down. We’re talking riots and civil unrest. Martial law and mass protests. And utter disbelief from the demoralized normies. They will need answers.

And yeah, I’ve been trying to help people reach those answers for the past year, tagging along with this thing-called-Q, publishing article after article, and post after post – all to help wake up the masses and do what I can, in my own way, to help propel this peaceful revolution forward.

And while my Introduction to the QAnon Phenomenon covers the most important topics (imho), it doesn’t explain everything. They could, if they wanted, go back through all 400+ posts on this site, and stitch all the information together from the disparate pieces here, but I’m not sure how many will feel quite up-to-the-task.

It’s my hope that I’ll be able to do a much more thorough job with a book, and help people find the answers they need so that we, as a nation, can move forward and recommit ourselves to truth and justice.

And don’t get me wrong, I’m not claiming to have all the answers. But we’re living through one of the most important times in history, ever.

People are going to write about this for decades to come.

They might as well have a primary source.

My approach to the book is something akin to a “war journal.” After all, we’re information warriors engaged in information warfare, every day – and I think some of you will be surprised (or maybe not-so-surprised) to find out how long I’ve been invested in this. It’s my goal to tell as complete a story as I can, so that, if nothing else, the real story gets told from a boots-on-the-ground perspective. Both longtime readers and new seekers will, I think, take great pleasure in the book and find themselves imbued with a greater measure of hope for the future once they put it down.

Now, it’s not finished yet, and I don’t have a specific release date, but progress has been steady, and I have a sizable chunk completed already. It’s also challenging in that I have to remain nimble and responsive, as new events and revelations unfold with each passing day. History is being written in real-time, and I’m doing my best to follow along and chronicle for those who will need a bit more help, when the time comes.

More details will follow, and you’ll be the first to know when I’m getting ready to release the book.

Well, I’ve talked your ear off long enough, already, so let’s get into Q’s latest drops:

First up, picking up where we left off, Q leaves us with two #Anon-manufactured proofs:

We’re all familiar with all the hate Q (and, tangentially, Gab) has been getting of late. We lived through that all last week.

As for Q’s question about the Hatch Act – I’m no lawyer. I think the Hatch Act is pretty stupid and unintuitive to begin with. Obviously, he knows he’s not in violation of it, but my reading of it, yeah, it would look like Q’s posts could be misconstrued by an opposing force as a violation.

I mean, sure, he’s not saying anything directly against anyone, but context is king.

If I were Q, I would have kept my mouth shut until after the 7th, just to be 100% safe, but obviously, he feels certain enough to begin talking again.

And then, there’s always the option he has to just hand the phone over to #QOTUS, and he can post whatever he wants as Q, since the law doesn’t apply to QOTUS.

So, there’s a layer of plausible deniability built in there.

Anyway, I think you get the point. Moving on:


The #SaltLeft HATES our memes. I came across this unintentionally hilarious article on the NYT today:


They go into all this detail to trace the origins and explosion of #JobsNotMobs across the web – as though Patriots somehow aren’t “allowed” to organically grow and spread hashtags on their own – and my reaction to it all was just sheer laughter.

Newsflash, #LunaticLeftists! POTUS LISTENS TO US!

They’re literally trying to shame us into not using memes.

Well, I’ve got just one thing to say to those clowns:

Sometimes… I think Q doesn’t understand the average citizen’s knowledge of how things work.

Like… filing FOIA requests.

That site… It’s a usability nightmare.

Oh sure, it looks nice, but once you get beyond that, well…

I thought, gee, I’ll go an file this FOIA request myself. Seems simple enough!

Oh, but how wrong I was. The first thing they ask is to choose a correct agency.

If you don’t choose an agency, and you can’t move on to the next step.

You’ll note: Q didn’t mention any particular agency in his request.

You’ll also note: there are over 100 different FOIA agencies to choose from when making this selection.

Well, I literally went through every letter in the alphabet and reviewed all the choices, and not a single one of them looked correct. Dept. of Defense? No. Appraisal Subcommittee? No. Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board? No, that doesn’t seem right, either.

I would have to assume this letter to Don came from the Senate… but I don’t see ANYTHING Senate-related in the entire list.

So yeah, Q. No idea how to complete this task correctly here, buddy.

Anyway, I picked one agency that seemed most fitting and filed the request anyway.

The site says it can take up to 17 days… But I’m hoping Q sees this and helps expedite it – even if I filed this incorrectly.

God, I hate governmental websites and bureaucracy. It’s like being trapped in the DMV, except you’re surrounded by robots instead of… well, soulless golems from the deepest recesses of an Alabama Wal-mart.

Never forgetti ur pocket spaghetti.


You know, I was re-reading #FBIAnon posts the other day, and I came across this post:

FBIAnon posted this over two years ago, and I think it largely remains true today, still. The best memes are organic, and are born out of this wild, anarchic exchange of ideas. It’s hard to “force” a meme, and just slapping text on an image doesn’t mean it will go viral.

Like, frankly, the meme Q posted in this drop is just… it’s not that great. It’s not particularly “sticky” and I doubt many people have seen it before.

Don’t get me wrong, the contradiction it points out is notable. But that’s all it’s doing – pointing out one contradiction, and thus, only accessing one domain of communication.

But I see A LOT of memes like this on the boards. People are trying to get to a quality idea, but it’s not quite there, yet. They don’t communicate across multiple domains simultaneously, and they don’t have enough of that X-factor to fly across the internet at fiber-optic speed.

Sure, a meme like this will circulate in some Conservative circles, among people who already agree with it, and backwater Facebook circlejerks – and it may hit some others tangentially… when a Grandma posts it to her timeline WITH AN ALL CAPS DECLARATION OF LOVE FOR AMERICA LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT – much to the chagrin of her grandkids who, while still “friends” with her, decide to finally put her on “mute.”

And I suppose that happening over and over and over has some sort of aggregate effect…

But these aren’t hilarious killshots.

The NPC meme?

That was a killshot.

The #JobsNotMobs hashtag?

That was a killshot.

Labeling Loretta Lynch “Cankles” and getting everyone to start calling her that while also photoshopping her legs into tourism photos and calling it “Canklestan.”

THAT was MOST DEFINITELY a nuclear killshot.

I almost want to shake Q and go “What do you want from us, man?!”

I don’t want to become Q’s version of “Occupy Democrats,” spinning talking points for some political agenda over and over and over, unquestioningly toeing the party line.

Why… that just sucks all the fun out of it.

And that kills the meme anyway. There’s a reason you don’t see the thousands upon thousands of “memes” that are D.O.A. every day on the boards. They’re weak and they don’t hold anyone’s interest. In essence, they communicate poorly.

A good meme is a thing of beauty. It’s rare. It travels far precisely because it is so rare!

Like this? This is a good meme:

It’s edgy. It’s surprising. It’s shocking. It calls Commies out. And the expression on Trump’s face provides some good juxtaposition to the verbal beatdown below. It’s hitting multiple domains here, and I’m willing to bet many, many more of you have already seen it, when compared to how many saw Q’s meme up top.

Understand: I’m not against memes being on point.

I just want them to be good.

And I would love to have that Midas touch, and produce memetic gold every single time.

But I’m not sure this can be commoditized the way Q seems to think it can be. Not without severely sacrificing quality, anyway.

Another kind of “eh” meme, to be quite honest. One domain, again – mere juxtaposition between the text and the image. It’s not hitting on anything funny, or anything shocking, or profound.

And, hopefully, some people will be picking up here what I mean when I say “domains.” Dilbert creator Scott Adams has often talked about bad jokes versus good jokes, and he’s actually broken down the different domains of humor so that he can hone his own jokes for his comic strip.

Those domains are:


(I would add Contrast in there, because juxtaposing two ideas always makes things more pronounced).

Bad jokes tend to hit on just one domain of comedy. So a bad joke might just be kind of clever, or kind of gross.

But a good jokes hit on multiple domains. A good joke might be Clever and Bizarre, and Cruel all at once. If you can hit all the domains, you’ve got a real winner.

The NPC memes?

Those are Clever, Bizarre, Cruel, and Recognizable.

It hit FOUR domains.

How many domains does Q’s meme in this post above, with Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson hit?

Well… It’s recognizable.

It’s not particularly clever, or cute, or bizarre, or cruel, or naughty, or recognizable.

Let’s go back to the meme from before:

It’s Bizarre, Cruel, Naughty, and Recognizable. It also gets bonus points for being short and to-the-point.

What about #Canklestan?

Definitely Clever.

Definitely Bizarre.

Definitely Cruel.

And Definitely Recognizable.

Undoubtedly, this just started off as a simple word-game. “Kekistan” is something of a running joke among Anons, so to shift that into Canklestan means it’s already off to a good start. But to then turn it into an image, and make her bloated extremities tower over a landscape, well… that’s just a stroke of genius!

Which is why you laughed when you saw it. (It’s okay. I laughed, too).

Guys, Q wants memes. That’s fine. I’m saying “Let’s give him GOODmemes.” Memes that get the job done! I literally just gave you a checklist for how you can “plus up” your own memetic efforts. I’m tired of seeing bad memes, anyway.

The bonus to all this is that the Left, because of their ideology, is stuck in all these ideological strictures that prevent them from freely exploring these domains. The Left can’t put out a meme demeaning Loretta Lynch’s bloated hooves because that would be “misogynistic.” Of course, it isn’t. But to the Left, to make fun of one woman’s body is to make fun of ALL women’s bodies. Meanwhile, we can laugh and laugh and hoot and holler at memes like that, because we are free.

What I’m trying to say is that… #TheLeftCantMeme. We can. So let’s give it our best.

Bad memes won’t change minds and sway votes.

Good memes will.

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Did… did people not know this?

Oh come on.

This has been known for ages.

These last two Q posts get a big, fat #WompWomp from me. However…

This post gets a big #BOOM!

BONUS POINTS: #CPL might be getting roasted in all of this, too!

“Indeed, the evidence appears to support the position that Julie Swetnick and Mr. Avenatti criminally conspired to make materially false statements to the Committee and obstruct the Committee’s investigation,” the letter reads, beginning on page 22 and proceeding into page 23.

Anon did a big dig on this subject, and his post is worth reading in full, but he first referenced this article (for the necessary background information):


And here’s the Judicial Watch post Anon highlights, wherein the Obama administration was deliberately using “Catch and Release” to strategically move illegal aliens all around the country (on the taxpayer’s dime) before releasing them again:

Immigrants entering the United States illegally through the southern border are quietly being relocated to different parts of the country on commercial flights, high-ranking Homeland Security officials told Judicial Watch this week. In the last few days alone, groups of illegal aliens boarded planes at airports in Texas and Arizona accompanied by a taxpayer-funded government escort in civilian clothes to avoid drawing attention. The first flight originated at Valley International Airport in Harlingen, Texas and was bound for Minneapolis. The second left from Tucson International Airport and arrived in Salt Lake City, Utah, federal sources said. In both locations the illegal aliens appeared to be in their late teens and were escorted by a Health and Human Services (HHS) chaperone. Judicial Watch reached out to HHS for comment but did not hear back from the agency.

Explains why Trump kept mentioning the Catch and Release program by name, and why he officially ended the program in April:

Regarding the significance of 11.11, this seems to be the prevailing theory on the boards:

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It’s hard for me to take anything regarding [RR] being a bad guy seriously at this point. I’m just not buying it.

In fact… I think the attempt to get rid of Mueller early – by accusing him of sexual assault – was an attempt to make sure someone, anyonestays in charge of the special counsel investigation. If the Dems could use some scandal to take out Mueller and put their own guy in, don’t you think they would? Someone RR potentially had no say over.

Replace Mueller, and the investigation stays alive.

The forty-five spaces in between the killbox might be the most interesting thing about this drop… but I’ve yet to see a compelling theory as to what it could mean.


Again, I ask… did people not know this?!?

Called this out days ago. This wasn’t a joke. This was the mask slipping from a dejected Hillary who knows her time is drawing nigh:



And if you’ve been following the drops, you know Q has been giving shout outs to A LOT of Q-Patriots online. I’m just going to directly link to the twitter posts he linked:

Something that’s bugging me, Q.

You know what the (((triple brackets))) mean in common internet parlance, right? You’ve got to. You’ve been on the chans long enough.

I mean, you’ve been using them for months, but clearly they mean something different to you than they mean to everyone else.

It would be good if you could specify your intended meaning with them, because right now, they’re communicating something FAR different from your intended meaning.

That said, yeah, Amazon and WaPo are owned by Bezos:

And Bezos works with the Clowns/Deep State:

Aaaand, it looks like he’s trying to get even cozier with the clowns:

I always have liked this clip from Flynn, though. It’s good for everyone to know exactly what we’re engaged in:



Voting starts Tuesday. DON’T FORGET. Let’s turn so many states Red, Don Lemon’s head pop on air, John Carpenter-style:

Oh yeah, THIS happened, too:

I would like to see Abrams locked up for this (presuming she’s guilty), following a full investigation, after the election. Knowing who supports here – Steyer, Soros, and… “#BlackListAnon’s” favorite person in the whole wide world – Franklin Leonard – is enough for me to know she’s rotten to the core.





Lots of #QPatriots in the house.

26 mentioned on the 4th alone, if you’re keeping track…

Which is… notable, I think, because Q came back on the 1st, which was 23 days after his last post.

It then follows that:

1 = 23
2 = 24
3 = 25
4 = 26…

Making 11.11… day 33…

Yeah, I think there’s some numerological stuff going on here. Some “counter-symbolism” being employed. I’m not sure the full extent or intended meaning yet, but yeah, that’s not a coincidence.

Voter Intimidation is a felony.

If you see anything like what Q described above, you can contact your local authorities, or you can call the U.S. Department of Justice Voting Rights Hotline, toll-free, at 800-253-3931.

Remember what Q said?

MOVIE 1 [Full]: The ‘START’
MOVIE 2 – Coming this FALL.

Looks like we just found out the title of “movies” two and three.

Enjoy the show!

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