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    Default No more Q, anon

    This is pretty huge:

    “Humanity's greatest advances are not in its discoveries, but in how those discoveries are applied to reduce inequity.”
    — Bill Gates

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    The QAnon Candidates Are Here. Trump Has Paved Their Way.


    The conspiracy theorists accuse Democrats and even fellow Republicans of being beholden to a cabal of bureaucrats, pedophiles and Satanists. President Trump has cheered them on.


    https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/14/u...andidates.html



    .....the QAnon digital soldier oath. The oath is lifted from the pledge taken by senators at their swearing-in, with one small addition tacked on at the end, the letters “WWG1WGA.”

    Though the precise origins of the oath are murky, it spread from hard-core QAnon followers and into Republican ranks in a matter of weeks, illustrating how adherents of the conspiracy have enmeshed themselves — and their theories — in conservative circles.


    There appear to be vague references to the oath on social media and internet message boards going back to early June. But it took off on June 24 after a so-called Q drop — that is, a post by the person purporting to be Q, the originator of the movement who claims to be a high-ranking official with access to top-secret information. The post was on 8kun, a new message board that has quickly become a home for all flavors of conspiracy theorists and extremists, especially QAnon followers.
    Under the subject line “Digital Soldiers: Take the Oath and Serve Your Country,” the user laid out the text of the oath. The user then added: “Take the oath. Mission forward. Q.”


    It quickly gained traction outside QAnon circles. Among the most recent people to take the oath was Michael T. Flynn, the president’s first national security adviser, who is expected to soon begin campaigning for Mr. Trump. He posted a video on Twitter over the July 4 weekend with guests reciting the oath and intoning the phrase “where we go one, we go all.”


    His lawyer said Mr. Flynn, whose case on a charge of lying to the F.B.I. remains in limbo, was interpreting the works of a 16th-century poet, though she did not specify which bard he was referring to. Soon after the tweet, Mr. Flynn made his Twitter account private, limiting who could see the video.

    Continue reading the main story

    How far QAnon candidates can go remains an open question; the vast majority of Republican voters have shown little inclination to buy into the movement’s wildest claims. Yet some of its themes are now a regular feature of conservative political discourse, and even candidates who only espouse parts of QAnon’s racist, anti-Semitic and violent conspiracies could pose real threats if elected."

    “It is really more like flat-earth adherents who have a different way to interpret the world, which colors everything they see,” said Alice E. Marwick, aprincipal researcher at the Center for Information, Technology and Public Life at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.


    No matter how many of the candidates win, their mere presence on the political scene is helping to further spread a conspiracy that, at its core, sees the government as a dangerous enemy."

    Good on Twitter....but the horse is already out of the barn.

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    They are a bunch of conspiracy nutters but Twitter allows antifa twitter to stay up and they literally advocate for violence a direct violation of TOS.

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    The second I saw Lewk posted here, I knew he'd mention antifa. How do I know? It's the main talking point of "conservatives" who don't want to openly agree with QAnon, but realize QAnon is on their side and therefore feel the need to whatabout.

    FYI, QAnon folks repeatedly coordinate the sending of death threats to their opponents. That's separate from their conspiracy nonsense.
    Hope is the denial of reality

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    He has also been called out of his habit of writing off people in his camp as fringe but then lumping everyone he is against into one unified collective. The simple attempt of painting someone who is against fascism as a member of some sort of super militarized group thats equally as organized as Q-Anon is a win for him.
    "In a field where an overlooked bug could cost millions, you want people who will speak their minds, even if they’re sometimes obnoxious about it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki View Post
    The second I saw Lewk posted here, I knew he'd mention antifa. How do I know? It's the main talking point of "conservatives" who don't want to openly agree with QAnon, but realize QAnon is on their side and therefore feel the need to whatabout.

    FYI, QAnon folks repeatedly coordinate the sending of death threats to their opponents. That's separate from their conspiracy nonsense.
    Anyone who makes threats on twitter should be removed. Be they QAnon nutters or antifa. Agreed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ominous Gamer View Post
    He has also been called out of his habit of writing off people in his camp as fringe but then lumping everyone he is against into one unified collective. The simple attempt of painting someone who is against fascism as a member of some sort of super militarized group thats equally as organized as Q-Anon is a win for him.
    Right wing racists are regularly called out as racist garbage by other right wingers. But left wing racists are rarely called out for it for by the left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewkowski View Post
    Anyone who makes threats on twitter should be removed. Be they QAnon nutters or antifa. Agreed?
    That's already the case. QAnon as a whole got banned for coordinating those attacks.
    Hope is the denial of reality

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewkowski View Post
    Right wing racists are regularly called out as racist garbage by other right wingers. But left wing racists are rarely called out for it for by the left.
    you're limited source of news and bias is showing again.
    "In a field where an overlooked bug could cost millions, you want people who will speak their minds, even if they’re sometimes obnoxious about it."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ominous Gamer View Post
    you're limited source of news and bias is showing again.
    Name some anti-white racists who the left wing recently called out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewkowski View Post
    Anyone who makes threats on twitter should be removed. Be they QAnon nutters or antifa. Agreed?
    Including anyone who retweets those threats? Agreed. Trump should be banned from Twitter.


    PS while you're here, there are other threads you should be replying to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewkowski View Post
    Name some anti-white racists who the left wing recently called out.
    Reddit was called out for it by its own members only a few weeks ago. The movie Get Out was accused of it. Terry Crews is pretty good at calling people out on it.

    Basically, you're an idiot.
    "In a field where an overlooked bug could cost millions, you want people who will speak their minds, even if they’re sometimes obnoxious about it."

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    haha "radio silence".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ominous Gamer View Post
    Reddit was called out for it by its own members only a few weeks ago. The movie Get Out was accused of it. Terry Crews is pretty good at calling people out on it.

    Basically, you're an idiot.
    Terry Crews got called a coon and an uncle Tom by the left for doing so. But yeah let's see, name a sitting senator or congressman on the Democrat side that called out anti-white racism.

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    Lewk, before you prove your "anti-white racism" claims, answer the other questions first. I dare ya.

    http://theworldforgotten.com/showthr...290#post217290

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lewkowski View Post
    Terry Crews got called a coon and an uncle Tom by the left for doing so. But yeah let's see, name a sitting senator or congressman on the Democrat side that called out anti-white racism.
    anyone want to translate how this little cretin is moving the goal posts? Is he suggesting that the claimed racist clap backs against Terry Crews nullify his stance? Or that only congressmen are allowed to have opinions?

    Lewk, since we appear to be moving the goal posts, how many of the GOP congressmen directly spoke out against Ted Yoho?
    "In a field where an overlooked bug could cost millions, you want people who will speak their minds, even if they’re sometimes obnoxious about it."

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