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originally posted by: Perfectenemy
Sorry if it got already mentioned but i think the SNOW WHITE [1,2, and 5] offline clue is referencing the 7 supercomputers that are supposedly spread around the world. Codename: Bashful, Doc, Dopey, Grumpy, Happy, Sleepy, Sneezy. If they get taken all out then the Deep State loses a good chunk of there vast intelligence network.
For all the religious people i got another clue. 1 of 22 are the exact amount of chapters in the Bible. Maybe 1,2 and 5 are referencing something else as well. Q loves using double or even mutiple meaning clues.
While it is common to associate mainframe computers with IBM, the reality is that several manufacturers produced mainframe computers from the late 1950s through the 1970s. The group of manufacturers was often referred to as "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs". In that context, Snow White was IBM and the seven dwarfs were Burroughs, UNIVAC, NCR, Control Data Corporation, Honeywell, General Electric and RCA. IBM will likely be a major player in the emerging generation of mainframe computing.
Other texts suggest Strzok and Page intended to subvert rules governing preservation of their discussions about FBI matters. In April of 2016, Page texted:
Page: so look, you say we text on that phone when we talk about Hillary because it can’t be traced…
this thread makes flat - earthers seem like normal people.
originally posted by: JinMI
For a bunch of folks with 'far out' 'imaginations,' someone seems to feel mighty threatened.
Worth taking note.
originally posted by: jadedANDcynical
a reply to: crankyoldman
a reply to: burntheships
7th floor related:
One night we went into the State Department building at 2 o'clock in the morning and used additional equipment to positively identify the listening device that had been concealed inside a chair rail molding on the wall of a 7th floor conference room.
Which reminded me of this
But few rooms have changed so much so fast as his dining room, where he often eats his lunch amid stacks of newspapers and briefing sheets. A few weeks back, the President ordered a gutting of the room. “We found gold behind the walls, which I always knew. Renovations are grand,” he says, boasting that contractors from the General Services Administration resurfaced the walls and redid the moldings in two days. “Remember how hard they worked? They wanted to make me happy.”
While Rex Tillerson is on his first overseas trip as Secretary of State, his aides laid off staff at the State Department on Thursday.
Much of seventh-floor staff, who work for the Deputy Secretary of State for Management and Resources and the Counselor offices, were told today that their services were no longer needed.
These staffers in particular are often the conduit between the secretary’s office to the country bureaus, where the regional expertise is centered. Inside the State Department, some officials fear that this is a politically-minded purge that cuts out much-needed expertise from the policy-making, rather than simply reorganizing the bureaucracy.
One revelation in the documents came from an interview with an unidentified person who suggested that Freedom of Information Act requests related to Clinton went through a group sometimes called "the Shadow Government."
"There was a powerful group of very high-ranking STATE officials that some referred to as 'The 7th Floor Group' or 'The Shadow Government.' This group met every Wednesday afternoon to discuss the FOIA process, Congressional records, and everything CLINTON-related to FOIA/Congressional inquiries," the FBI's interview summary said.
That group, according to the summary, argued for a Clinton document release to be conducted all at once "for coordination purposes" instead of on a rolling basis as would normally be the case. But the "Shadow Government" did not get its way, and the agency in charge decided for a rolling release, the FBI summary said.
From posts I made earlier in the thread.
This thread reminds me of the original Fukushima megathread; I hope this one does not eventually suffer the same fate.
originally posted by: Millions
As a long term conspiracy theorist, even I am having a hard time with this latest Q message, mentioning the destruction of America, world war 3, etc. This is about as extreme as it gets.
So how will your average guy in the street react to this? In all honesty, I think there's a good chance most wiil roll their eyes at how ridiculous it all sounds and dismiss it as conspiracy nonsense.
This battle is far from over. A lot of work still needs to be done. And as long as these traitors are taken down, I suppose it doesn't really matter if the general public get to hear the full story (world war 3, assassination of scala, etc). Its just so extreme that the full story may actually harm the ability of many people to accept it.