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-@TH3WH17ERABB17-Q- Questions. White House Insider's posting twitter account- PART 2

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posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 04:50 AM
I still believe in sessions , I believe he is helping drain the swamp .

They will attempt to muddy his waters.


posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 04:51 AM

originally posted by: carewemust

originally posted by: AnkhMorpork
a reply to: carewemust

“Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering.”
~ Yoda

It's interesting that you found that quote from Star Wars' Yoda. I chose my ATS screen name after hearing Yoda tell Luke "Care, We Must!", in one of the movies around 2007.

I will never say your screen name the same again. You will forever be Yoda voiced.

posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 04:59 AM

originally posted by: MountainLaurel
So much great stuff in the last few pages, every single one of you has made such thoughtful points that really make you think and I appreciate the opportunity to share and consider each others "wisdom"

This morning I listened to Trumps speech in Dava again. Loved it overall, very inspiring and one of the points that I'm pondering is what he said about regulations. For Many very well meaning people, they envision this meaning an unbridled license to pollute and harm the Earth. This is a "scared cow" , as I believe it should be for everyone on Earth, to protect the balance of Nature to the best mankind can actually influence Mother Nature.

Where I believe people are missing the point or solution is believing "regulations" are the solution. lol, I'm trying to find the right words so I'm gonna borrow from our very own crankyoldman the best I can. When people's job's depend on making and enforcing "regulations" they can and have become ridiculous to the point of being oppressive. I've written about this for years now ( in my own scattered way )
I'm sure each and everyone of us can give an example of how this has effected our lives in negative ways.

This is where WE all need to step up and be responsible when not under threat of punishment. BIG IDEA, I know. Just doing the right thing in our own lives is where it all begins, small things like recycling are good for Nature and good for Business, we can DO this without the "Carbon Police" threatening to jail and fine us.

LOL, do you think all these kids coming out of school with engineering and architect degrees aren't going to design a new infrastructure that's AWESOME, they can and they will. The powers that used to be got greedy, they refused to age gracefully and pass the torch, they indulged their most depraved ideology and shoved it down the rest of our throats. The power they believed they gained by hurting kids will be there undoing. The kids, with a little help from their folks will out smart them

But I feel that some of the Laws & "Regulations" are exactly what is holding people back from doing MORE to protect the environment, the earth. Being jailed or fined for working towards power independence & getting off the grid, for wanting small livestock & gardens to live a more self-sustaining life. Heck! It's illegal in some counties to catch rainwater! Not to the mention the astronomical cost of trying to do any of these things (solar energy).

For the most part. People are pretty responsible when given the chance to be.

posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 05:09 AM
F Sessions.

He'd have millions of citizens drug through the probation / prison / parole system for having a bag of weed. Criminalized, tortured, humiliated, gang raped, shanked dead... 'all options are on the table' as they say is how that failed policy operates... that he wants to embolden.

That's Tyranny.

Tyranny that ensures a divide with liberals, libertarians, etc.

It's going to take more than a POTUS with a backbone to defeat The Corruption. It's going to take a unified People.

Trump triggers the bulk of the 'left' enough as it is, and that will persist as a problem. So the last thing everyone needs is a twerp like Sessions further setting fire to that dilemma. Him in there domestic with all that as a priority is like if Giuliani was in charge of foreign policy (a disaster).

posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 05:12 AM

originally posted by: AnkhMorpork

originally posted by: gps777

ID: bc342e
Select news members / journalists are vital to delivering the message (as are YOU).
Imagine if these people were removed.
Total control re: MSM.
They represent a clear and present danger to the enemy.
Re-read past crumbs re: security.
Where is JS?
How do we truly protect those important to us?
[19] immediates [no longer with us].
Self-suicide if actioned.
Real life.

Who is JS? Some media personality that's gone missing?

Redditors think that it's journalist John Solomon..

posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 05:16 AM
SJC Chairman Chuck Grassley January 25th, 2018 letter to Joel Benenson (Hillary For America Chief Strategist)

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posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 05:18 AM
Jan 27 2018 13:09:55
/_Council on Foreign Relations/_


CFR has several levels of corporate membership: founders, premium members and associates. As of 7 June 2013 members were: blah blah blah
Presidents Circle: BlackRock Inc.

posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 05:26 AM
List of notable CEO's resigning to present.

Q asked us to take a look at this, the resignations.

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posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 05:39 AM
a reply to: IgnoranceIsntBlisss

Yea, that's his downfall. On the plus side though, Trump has always said that issue should be left to the states. Maybe sessions is necessary for now. I'm not to worried about it because he seems to be the minority that holds those views.

posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 06:35 AM

originally posted by: Grambler
Ok so I am on phone and can't link it,

But I was watching tucker carlson tonight.

Now I am not big into the crytic puzzles q has been putting out, but I saw something that caught my eye.

I believe I saw something q said about the white house o r something where he spelled the word whtie.

So in the first two minutes of tuckers show, he is focussing trumps proposed immigration plan.

He brings up a talking points graphic discussing it.

He mentions that the 1.8 million that would be given amnesty are mostly not white (he is arguing trumps plan is not white supremacy)

The graphic says though "how many beneficiaries a whtie"

Maybe it was just a spelling error, but I thought people in here would find it interesting.

I love Tucker Carlson (even back when he wore bow ties, lol) but I am wondering if Q's "whtie" simply meant Trump would be wearing a tux at the Davos reception with a white bow tie. There's a photo of him on this thread (pg 48) in Davos where he is actually wearing a tux with a white tie.

Q is showing more proof that he's an insider close to the president?

posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 06:36 AM
a reply to: IgnoranceIsntBlisss

I agree to an extent that are way more important "crimes" to be dealt with, but also immediately had the distinct feeling that going after the pot smokers was a diversion. It worked wonders to get the msm & others all worked up.

I have the thought that JS is perfect in this role right now. He is unassuming, almost comical in his looks & his voice.

It makes it very difficult, even for folks who like him, to take him seriously. Have you heard his "stern voice"?

That he is seemingly not achieving anything of any importance, never shows himself to defend his position when attacked with "fire him!" comments, only makes me believe that he knows exactly what he is doing, that he is working hard on "unseen" issues, and as Q says: TRUST SESSIONS.

posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 06:50 AM
a reply to: gps777

So there is a list of 19 people who will ALL be killed, under the guise of suicide, if select individuals are harmed.

Damn that is the stand off....

"Self-suicide if actioned"

"[19] would cease to exist immediately upon the harm of select individuals"

And apparently these 19 individuals are "news members/journalists"? 19 throws me off because of the whole 22 missing 3 = 19 riddle from before.

17 more?

Sounds very serious and plenty of room for some research on conservative media members but I'm confused that they would be the sacrificial trade in this chess game.

posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 07:00 AM
a reply to: gps777

And the council of foreign relations has what seems to be all the big names in the corporate world. Life and 5 year term membership. I feel dumb not knowing much about this group but obviously huge names.

David Rockefeller - Honorary Chairman

Corporate Members - Soros Fund Management, Many Banks/Financial Investment Companies, Basically Most big companies you know. Coke, Catepillar, Lockheed, Credit Suisse, etc.

"US nonprofit think tank"


posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 07:17 AM
a reply to: erikthegreen

John Solomon hasn't tweeted since January 11th and doesn't really have any presence in news for a while. It would make sense.


Will have to look back to Q posts...

posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 07:28 AM
a reply to: erikthegreen

B on Twatter makes a good point. A good number of corporate members appear in red which means they do not have a wikipedia page.

Council Link

Some of those include:
Rothschild North America Inc
Thiel Capital LLC

Might be what Q is pointing to. I think there is a lot to take away from that page but those could be some useful connections to look into. BS companies made to get a corporate seat and have the ability to influence US foreign policy? Besides the 2 above, there are about 10 more listed.

Look at Thiel Capital's it just my browser or is that a blank site.


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posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 07:35 AM
Fortean Times 363 February 2018 page 8

A white rabbit spotted travelling solo on the London Overground to Hackney and a 254 bus to Holloway baffled social media last October, and prompted reports of further bunny sightings.
One user responded: "I have seen that bloody rabbit in Hackney, was sure I was hallucinating". (Sydney) D. Telegraph, 3 Oct 2017.

posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 07:36 AM
a reply to: erikthegreen


New Media Investment Group.


403 forbidden...hmmmmmmm

posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 07:48 AM
I think what Q intended us to see on the list of resignations are highlighted in red all suicide or murder not resignations could be something maybe not interesting none the less

posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 07:51 AM
a reply to: erikthegreen

So it looks like a big corporate pay to play.

The Abraaj Group has some interesting connections. Executive Board member Wahid Hamid


He has some known Obama connections.

Obama Scholars

Also, Abraaj has connections to Kingdom Holdings, the investment firm owned by bin Talal.

Emerging markets-focused private equity firm Abraaj Group said it divested its share in Careem as part of Kingdom Holding's buy in. Read more at


posted on Jan, 27 2018 @ 07:55 AM
a reply to: coldlikecustard

I can only guess. Definitely seems like its the whole Rothschild/Soros/Saudi influence....

I had never heard of the CFR so its nice to learn something new either way.

The list of members is crazy though...
Lots of Hollywood
Jimmy Carter
Robert Gates

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