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originally posted by: Millions
a reply to: fiverx313
I'm still on the fence with the Q stuff, but agree with you. Some kind of summary would be good - I said it myself a while back. Why is it needed? Because for this so-called movement to do anything and achieve something, it needs to spread. It needs to pull in other people. It needs momentum. That just isn't gonna happen if we are asking people with a curiosity to dredge through 4 massive threads. That is why its the same 20 or so folk posting here all the time. Passing on what they learned only to each other, while the rest of the world remains oblivious. Is that what Q wants? A small group on ATS unravelling clues to info that Q already knows?! Of course not. There's a much bigger picture here (if we all aren't being led on). So that is the strategic reason for posting a summary.
What's the strategic justification for NOT posting a summary?
originally posted by: Perfectenemy
originally posted by: FauxMulder
a reply to: IAMTAT
Nazi yeti? Is that those new fangled thermos cups?
Seriously, there isn't a conspiracy we HAVEN'T touched on.
There are a lot more darker topics to talk about but Q hasn't mentioned them...yet.
Justin Marozzi's assured biography takes us back to when the Uzbeks ruled. Tamur the Lame, a self-made nomadic chieftain from Kesh, became "one of the greatest conquerors the world has ever seen". Styling himself the Scourge of God, he outdid Alexander the Great and Genghis Khan (to whom he was related by marriage) in carving out a kingdom from Moscow to the Mediterranean and from Damascus to Delhi. Europe was spared only because he reckoned it worthless. And yet, as Marozzi is right to lament, "the ignorance which generally greets his name in the Western world" has meant that if we have heard of him at all it is probably thanks to Christopher Marlowe's 1587 Tamburlaine the Great, a drama that languished unperformed for 300 years.
originally posted by: AnkhMorpork
originally posted by: Greenanon
a reply to: AnkhMorpork
You think Chelsea doesn’t know Webb’s her dad?
Maybe not until more recently.
We're all related to these boodlines. I'm related directly to both the Rotshchilds and Howards of England. I'm almost royalty and no one's tapped me to lead an evil empire!
I think that too much emphasis is placed on it, except maybe as it relates to old money and Europian structures of evil and corruption.