posted on Dec, 14 2018 @ 01:01 PM
originally posted by: scraedtosleep
a reply to: daskakik
I'm surprised you havn't mentioned this yet.
I have been thinking it for some time now.
I thought , "If I was working for the deep state then q boards and threads would be an excellent source of information on my enemies movements ,
plans, and tactics."
It's all spelled out for anyone to see.
The deep state wouldn't even have to decode it themselves . The qs do it for them.
Thats why they can only give very minimal hints. The purpose for communication is to reach out to the public in a way that doesnt violate oaths, in
order to let the public know something is being done, and in some cases they can let us know some of what is being done. This operation is vast in
scale. More truth will be revealed in future declassified documents as usual.
So now when some actions do take place openly, and some changes take place publicly, instead of being like "wtf is going on? i have no context for
these actions," the public will be like "oh i guess Q was right". They knew they couldn't arrest "pillars of community" all over the globe without the
And then some of the drops are directed towards unknown persons and we dont have to worry about that. You all just assume as a matter of fact that the
deep state can easily decode everything Q drops. Why? I do not know, but many pro and anti Q people seem to assume it. If Q believed they could decode
it then it contains nothing of importance. Maybe Disinfo of taunting messages. Then just when they relax, he sends a message that turns out to be real
and they pay a dear price for ignoring it. So they dont know WHAT to expect. There are many possibilities for what Q does and why, some of you guys
just have very...um... primitive, imaginations. Military ops are not carried out with such limited considerations.
Operation Overlord, with all the headfakes and bluffs involved, was not accomished by such limited forms of thought.This is comparable to Operation