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#Q Analysis: A Military/Intelligence Assessment of All Potential Options Regarding the Validity of Q

analysis by “Wiggins”
with introduction by Robert Patrick Lewis

Is Q real, fake or something in between?

This question has been pondered mercilessly over the past year, with one side (well represented by the Mainstream Media [MSM]) discounting all “Q Proofs” and accurate predictions, stating emphatically that Q is nothing more than a “conspiracy theory” promulgated by the “alt-right” and “far-right conspiracy theorists” bent on promoting violence in their support of President Donald J. Trump.

But there is a large swath of the population, steadily growing larger by the day, who not only believes in Q team and the validity of their drops but who have dedicated thousands upon thousands of hours researching those drops in meticulous detail, digging and …

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California GOP Voter Suppression and the Wildfire Connection

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California GOP Voter Suppression and the Wildfire Connection

Robert Patrick Lewis

There has been a lot of talk over the past several months regarding the possibility of voter suppression and voter fraud in the midterm elections that happened last Tuesday.  But how many times have you heard about the California GOP voter suppression that actually occurred?

As we begin to dig deeper into what happened in the months leading up to and the day of the elections, however, it looks like the very people who made the loudest accusations were themselves responsible for voter suppression (see: projection & misdirection).  

Democrats have long tried to argue that any voter ID law is racist and

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The Carter Page Tactics Repeated on Judge Kavanaugh & My Own Battle Against False Allegations

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Tactic (definition): a conceptual action aiming at the achievement of a goal. This action can be implemented as one or more specific tasks. (Wikipedia)

 

Different Tactics for Different Groups & Objectives

What comes to mind when you hear the word “tactic?”  As a former Green Beret, my first thought used to be either The Ranger Handbook or FM 7-8 (Field Manual for the Infantry Rifle Platoon and Squad).  These two books teach the tactical doctrine used by the US Army combat arms, for everyone from an Infantry squad rifleman to a Special Forces ODA (Operational Detachment-Alpha).

The knowledge inside of these two books was drilled into my head for years, beginning in

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What if #Q, #QAnon and #TheGreatAwakening are Real?

What if #Q, #QAnon and #TheGreatAwakening are Real?

By this point you may have heard Q mentioned online, whether in conservative circles or somewhere in your social media feed.  You likely didn’t pay too much attention to it, as many of us have known for a long time that nefarious, shady and corrupt elements exist within our government.  

If you’ve looked into anything regarding The Clinton Foundation you probably made a reasonable guess that she had been likely selling her presidency since her time at the State Department, but perhaps you didn’t go much further down the rabbit hole to see exactly who she was selling favors to, nor what those favors were.  

And though it was rather quiet

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Heroes Finance 101: Understanding Retirement Plans

Gone are the days of our parents and grandparents in which retirement after working for a company for twenty years earned you a gold watch, pension and comfortable golden years.  The removal of pension plans from most major companies has angered many, but if you put yourself in the shoes of the owners and/or managers of those companies it makes sense.

Pension plans were created when the average lifespan was decades shorter than they are today, and while breakthroughs in health and medical technology have helped our society by allowing us to live longer and watch our grandchildren grow up, it’s causing great strain on those financial plans which are being pushed longer than ever anticipated.

I’m a rather stubborn

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