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gotta love the "patriot act" no charges, no lawyer, no disclosure, you just legally disappear never to be heard from again.
originally posted by: Cutepants
a reply to: butcherguy
Usually when people say they ran down the stairs they don't mean they literally ran, as that's dangerous even for a young person.
originally posted by: Aliensun
a reply to: purplemer
You keep mentioning this QAnon name, you had me interested until you presented the little list in this thread. One must wonder how one source can have so much knowledge about all of these various conspiracies. The only possibility that I can come up with is that somebody on the intern is compiling and inventing those conspiracies and putting them out as coming from the very top echelons of the alleged dark state. I can't imagine such a tell-tale informer lasting more than a day or two after revealing such various highly secret data. So I call this QAnon business a total hoax.
originally posted by: darkbake
I agree with Neo, it is baloney, those ankle bracelets hidden by casts he mentioned are indeed a thing promoted by Qanon. My respect for Neo is going up this week as I noticed he is not falling for this.
This conspiracy theory reminds me of PizzaGate. I can see why it would be fun to role-play a little and participate in making up theories like this, but don't take it too seriously. At the very least, make note of what Qanon says and take it into account when he's wrong later down the line.
With that being said, I am willing to learn about and discuss topics brought up by Qanon.
originally posted by: visitedbythem
originally posted by: neo96
a reply to: purplemer
Whats strange about ?
A couple of years ago they put my whole arm in a cast for a broken finger.
Doctors are idiots.
That was especially strange when your doctors switched your cast to the other arm...........
To the astonishment of many, President Trump decided to send the Arizona 850th Military Police Batallion for a nine-month mission to Gitmo base in Cuba today.
The official statement of the Arizona National Guard says that “this is the second deployment for the 850th Military Police Battalion in the last 10 years in support of overseas contingency operations.”
This may seem like a random act, but given that there are currently only a handful of detainees left in Guantanamo base (55 is the official figure), sending a whole battalion does sound like overkill.
Furthermore, with Vice-President Pence visiting just a fortnight ago and Secretary of Defense James Mattis making the first visit by a Pentagon Chief in 16 years on 21 December, the internet is rife with speculation that new prisoners will soon be transferred to Gitmo again.
During his visit, Mr Mattis did not tour the detention facilities but held meetings with the officers and offered Christmas wishes to the soldiers present.
The last defense chief to visit Guantanamo Bay before him was, in fact, Donald Rumsfeld, who went there in January 2002, only a few weeks after the first detainees arrived from Afghanistan.
The detention centre, which was set up to hold suspected terrorists shortly after the 9/11 attacks, was high on Trump’s list during the Presidential campaign, when he stated: “We’re going to keep, as you know, Gitmo, we’re keeping that open."