posted on Aug, 5 2018 @ 03:26 PM
“It seems to me that the SAP programs, now being on multiple private servers, and possibly even cloud servers creates this scenario: If having it
outside of approved arenas means life in prison or death penalty, how is the DOJ going to sell, "HRC et al, had a program that is, as defined by law,
a death penalty action, she is now being taken into custody." This will be bonkers, even if the evidence is put into every home, the world will go
I think this is a very real concern and we should all pause a moment to temper our expectations with what is realistic.
In all cases, anyone accused of a crime will have to be either put on trial in a courtroom or subjected to a military tribunal.
In a courtroom trial the high profile defendants would have the best attorneys money can buy. It would turn into a farce of technicalities and
legalisms that would stretch on for years.
Tribunals have been suggested as a way to streamline prosecution, but I think the general public would find that very hard to swallow. Insertion of
the military usurping the legal process would seem too much like a military coup or the actions of a dictator. Prosecution of political figures would
have the appearance of political motivation.
Given the wealth and political standing of some of the accused, overwhelming evidence would be required to bring them to justice. Some of the crimes
suspected are too shocking to even be discussed in the general ATS forum. Keep in mind the old saying, “extraordinary claims require extraordinary
We live in a time where audio and video recordings can be faked.
Computer evidence is too technical and insubstantial for the average person. Remember, the average person is busy with their own life and gets their
news in sound-bites or headlines.
The job of Q, it seems, is to raise awareness, not just in the followers, but in the general public. It is a formidable challenge, given the control
of the msm. But I believe it is a part of the plan equal in importance to the actual evidence of crimes. For the evidence to be effective, the
people have to be ready.
The esoterically inclined might say that the world of thoughts, ideas, and perceptions has to be changed before trickling down to change physical
Even if Q is successful, it still comes down to a real world bottleneck.
Trials or tribunals.
What kind of evidence will the public accept?
Either way it’s going to be messy and imperfect.
We need to be realistic about our expectations.