Re Q Post #2185 from qntmpkts.keybase.pub
1) This asks us to compare dates of articles to the date of the (original) drop:
a) @Thurlock1248 reply with blurry meme = Sep 10, 2018 4:15pm,
b) Sky News tweet with link to newstory article = Sep 8, 2018 09:33am,
c) Sky News article referenced in tweet posted in UK = Sep 8, 2018 22:35 (13 hours 2 mins after the tweet),
d) The Q Post #2146 = Sep 10, 2018 18:23, 2hrs 8 mins after @Thurlock2148 tweet.
So, Sky Tweet was 13 hours 2 minutes before the Sky article it shows was published?
I believe this is the second time we've been told of a tweet referencing an article but being posted before article published. What is Q trying to
Let's think about the practicalities and alternatives here:
i) Sky created a holding document of the article at the same time as the tweet but this was blank and populated with the published article at 22:35?
This wouldn't work though because Joe public would read the tweet at 09:33, click the link, and see a blank document.
ii) Sky creates a Tweet at 09:33 referencing the pre-created holding blank document BUT the tweet is held in a holding bay, or shadowbanned, until the
holding document is populated with the article at 22:35? This would work but would need an automated "release" once the holding document is
iii) If option (ii) is what's happening then is this a step in the 4am talking points process? Sky creates the tweet which effectively instructs the
sky journalist to create an article about the subject matter. In effect this is giving the journalists marching orders through tweets only visible
2) "Attempts to Snowden II" NSA FAILED":
a) It has previously been suggested that the Snowden first release was done not purely to give the public info but to allow the deep state to learn
how to access and abuse NSA systems,
b) Is this line in the post therefore saying that they tried the same trick again but failed?
edit on 16-9-2018 by RelSciHistItSufi because:
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edit on 16-9-2018 by RelSciHistItSufi because: (no reason given)