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-@TH3WH17ERABB17- -Q- Questions. White House Insider's postings -PART- -28-

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posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 01:53 PM

originally posted by: PokeyJoe
a reply to: LanceCorvette

The funny thing about that is that Joe Biden did not lead a goddamn thing during Obama’s 8 years. I don’t remember really hearing Joes name much at all over that time. He damn sure was not out front leading anything.

posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 01:54 PM

originally posted by: LanceCorvette

originally posted by: RenegadeOfTheLight

Face mask U-turn: Walmart, Home Depot, Walgreens and CVS are among stores saying they WILL serve customers who don't wear masks despite announcing face coverings were mandatory

Major U.S. retailers brought in rules requiring masks to be worn by customers
However, the rules appear to be little more than a suggestion with stores powerless to deal with those who refuse
The requirement for customers to wear facial coverings have sometimes brought violent reactions from some patrons who have refused to comply
Companies that had previously announced a 'mask-on' policy now say they won't challenge customers who refuse to wear them and police will also not be called
Retailers are trying to walk a fine line between enforcement and friendly service
Some stores have stated that if a customer refuses to comply they will be served quickly and encouraged to order online to avoid future encounters

More like "Retailers lawyers inform them that denying one's Constitutional Rights and Civil Liberties is going to end badly."

Thanks to all who stood their ground on this one. One way to stop a bully is to stand up to them.

It's an odd situation.

Rather than the government enforcing these mask mandates on individuals, the states are requiring private businesses to do it. That is, the state has shifted enforcement authority of a state policy onto private businesses. That's really unusual. Usually if a customer breaks a law, the business should call the po po.

And the restrictions aren't the usual safety restrictions on the business like employee hand washing, or keeping food at a safe temperature.

Rather, the government wants private business to enforce restrictions on customer behavior. That's unusual.

So the businesses are now put in the position of government enforcers of a state policy, against their own clients.

Which, in my mind, can trigger all kinds of unanticipated and uninsured or planned for liability. Is the business acting as a business, or as the State when it enforces the order and kicks out a patron?

Imna repeat that one: Is the business acting as a business, or as the State, when it enforces a state mandate requiring individual citizens to behave in a certain way?

Here in North Carolina, the governor's order expressly states that LE should not enforce the mask rule. But that businesses can have patrons arrested for trespassing if asked to leave for not wearing a mask. This is a political ploy so that the governor can say, "we have not had anyone arrested for not wearing a mask" even though potentially dozens may be arrested for "trespassing".

And as I saw with the local Aldi that called the police on a 70 year old who refused to wear a mask, it was the local Aldi that got the bad press, not the governor's ridiculous order.

Without rambling too much, it's really an odd thing. Devious.

Do you think this could be trying to set the precedent of privatized/civilian policing? Sure seems like it. Same with that letter from the chief of police in Seattle. How does liability work when civilians are abandoned by those who protect and serve at the request of local/state government?

Ie: If the cops say "you're on your own" to me as a business owner, and my business gets destroyed and looted and I happen to shoot 1 or 10 of them -- how does that fight work? If there is no law and order? Would one be able to fault the local/state government? Can local/state government be charged with homicide?

posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 02:02 PM

originally posted by: RelSciHistItSufi
a reply to: F2d5thCavv2

Cavv, yes it is deliberately ambiguous but it's too much of a coincidence after:

a) Mike Pompeo stressing yesterday "The awakening is happening", and

b) Q4214 encodes yesterday's date in it's timestamp.

P.s. Seems fags on /qresearch are more interested in the Epi-pen/adrenochrome bit, haha.

Hi Rel.

I think It was Thursday 23/7 when Sec Pompeo said 'today the Awakening is happening', not yesterday 24th.

I watched the live feed on Thursday and thought I was hearing things when he said it. Then I left computer for a few minutes and the video had moved down the feed and I couldn't find it again. Spent most of my free time yesterday hunting for it to post here but didn't find it until late last night.

I had said he first mentions 'an Awakening' @18:12, but I think it's probably a few seconds earlier, more 18:07/8 or thereabouts. Then when he said it again at the end of his address @23:56 .. . I said out loud to myself 'what did he just say? Did he just say that?' lol. Had to replay it a few times this morning to check I hadn't dreamt it before posting here lol.

posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 02:07 PM
a reply to: imthegoat

My opinion only, not legal then I'm tuning out anyone can PM me but I'm taking over this thread too much:

They will never give up power. This whole mask thing, we're going to see it again and again, and similar such things, now that they know they can get away with it, and get away with it bigly. They've been building up to this.

Example: someone goes on a rampage and shoots a bunch of people. They want to take guns away from the 99.9% law abiding citizens. Logically that makes no sense but ...

You're not sick but instead of making the sick wear masks or isolate, we're going to make the 99.9% not sick people isolate and wear masks. We're doing it to protect others. If it saves one life. Also we're going to cut off access to your food supply if you don't comply (and I feel like this is why my local grocery is not actively enforcing the mask rule - they recognize their role in our system as critical to everyone).

Same logic. Now substitute "get a vaccine" and you'll see where this argument is headed. That's why I and so many are against masks "you don't do it for yourself, you do it to protect others" because the same logic, once accepted, will apply to the covid vaccine. Then the annual flu vaccine. The HPV vaccine, taking guns away, then knives, and so on.

You're not getting the vaccine to protect yourself, but to keep from spreading it to others. Have you heard that one a million times in response to "I don't care if I get the virus I don't want to wear a mask"?

In the meantime if the business is non-compliant, here comes the health department to shut it down. Someone's dreamed of owning that business. Worked years and decades to build it. Lovingly picked out the logo, the colors on the wall, the cute uniforms, the menu, whatever. Enforce our mandate or *poof* it's all gone.

So I don't think it's to implement private policing, rather it's to let private businesses know who holds the power over that business' being open or closed. For next time. For when we need to present our covid-vaccination passport to get our food, clothes, hardware.

Legal opinion: The government and police are under no obligation whatsoever to do anything at all, at any time, to protect a citizen from a crime. Zero. Doesn't matter if the police force has ten officers standing in front of your business when it gets robbed. Zero obligation.

Reasons are, not to get into the weeds, courts will not tell executive agencies how to allocate resources (where to put the cops on the street, what equipment to buy, sort of thing); and there's no state constitutional obligation to even have police forces.
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posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 02:10 PM

originally posted by: PokeyJoe
a reply to: crankyoldman

How do people like this get into positions of power to begin with? Are these voters that brain dead? Abolishing prisons?!?! To be replaced with what? Hugs? This whole abolishing police and now prisons thing is absolutely insane. What are they going to do with all the bad guys? Or are they under the deluded opinion that all crimes are the result of “muh white supremacy?” Can nobody take responsibility for their own actions anymore? Is every one of society’s ills the white mans fault?

I know crazy times. It's like 2020 rang in and a sudden pole flip happened erasing common sense & rational thinking.

posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 02:27 PM

originally posted by: CanadianMason
a reply to: doobydoll

That was one of the best posts I've seen here since the start of this Q thing. Please keep bringing us your insights! ABsolutely amazed with this thought process of yours.

Thank you CM.

But it isn't me, it is Spirit that guides my thoughts when I meditate. All I did was follow Spirit's guidance, and share it.

Spirit amazes me too. Every day.

posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 02:39 PM
a reply to: doobydoll

Hi Dooby! Yes, I received your reply, thank you for all of the information. I haven't had the time to try anything so I figured I would reply with my experience afterwards.

In other news, this started making it's rounds. Is it starting??

Demi Moore

posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 02:51 PM
a reply to: Justoneman

I get the feeling that you have to pretend to not notice Juanita is actual a Joe who hasn't had the guts to go all the way.

No, you don't have to pretend anything. You just have to look past the body and see the person's soul. It's not that hard.

posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 02:55 PM
a reply to: Justoneman

I thought about this issue a little more deeply last evening.

I think it comes down to a core difference between American free-speech and Canadian free-speech.

In America, the individual is all-important, while in Canada, we are more of a communitarian society. Minority groups are all-important.

I might be wrong. I really don't know.

posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 02:58 PM
Ya'll remember Archbishop Viganò:

‘Heresy, sodomy, and corruption’ are trademark of ‘deep church’

Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò has pointed out three elements that have become what he calls the trademark of the deep Church: “heresy, sodomy, and corruption.”

In a new wide-ranging interview with Vatican expert Marco Tosatti (read full interview below), the Vatican whistleblower speaks about the deeper significance of the case of former Cardinal McCarrick in relation to the “doctrinal crisis” the Church is facing.

Viganò says that a “gay lobby” has “infiltrated into the Church and that is literally terrified that good pastors will shed light on the influence that it exercises in the Secretariat of State, in the Congregations of the Roman Curia, in the Dioceses, and over the entire Church.”

Let’s not forget that the legitimization of homosexuality is part of the agenda of the New World Order – to which the Bergoglian church adheres openly and unconditionally – not only for its destabilizing value in the social body, but also because sodomy is the principal instrument with which the Enemy intends to destroy the Catholic priesthood, corrupting the souls of the Ministers of God.

Very interesting interview.

posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 03:08 PM
a reply to: queenofswords

PM for you.

posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 03:09 PM
All the cliche's aside...Biblical..Water. This is Bad.


posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 03:14 PM

originally posted by: PokeyJoe
So, I just officially saw my first Joe Biden TV ad. It’s on Fox during a baseball game. The entire thing was Biden talking about wearing a mask, and different pictures of Joe Biden in a mask. That’s it. That’s the whole message. This has been the most surreal, bizarre Presidential campaign season so far. And it’s only going to get much much worse as we head to November.

I assume it is this one:

Couple of funny things.

At about 15 secs they had to frankenword him, as there was no clear audio of him saying what they wanted. Which is hilarious, as they could have just altered the piece as it is just VO over image.

At one point he says "unvarnished" the image shown is a table with the varnish scratched to hell.

The piece is mostly geared around him already President, presupposing the masks are forever, rather then suggesting how he will end the masks.

It is horrible. This is an official campaign vid and it is brutally awful, as are the others on his channel. The most absurd campaign point is "making healthcare more affordable." How stupid are people?

posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 03:16 PM

originally posted by: OsirianObsidian

Soon to be trending "#3GorgesDam". Now 50 ft above capacity. The PRC just acknowledged the dam "buckling" (confirmed via satellite photos), but assured it is still safe? Dams upstream are breaching. More rain in the forecast. 140+ million downstream, 25% of #China's food supply.

When I hear “buckling” ... that’s a damn (pun intended) far cry from safe.
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posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 03:29 PM

originally posted by: Sabrechucker
All the cliche's aside...Biblical..Water. This is Bad.


Aside from China moar watch the water...
Nearly one-third of Bangladesh under water as monsoon floods affect millions of people.

Famine to follow and in China's case they only have USA and Russia to turn to which means USD$ for America. I heard the 3G Dam was never clamped down into the bedrock so an earthquake could easily degrade and collapse it, sending a biblical flood. Don't know exact locations but China had 5 earthquakes in one day recently.

posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 03:31 PM

originally posted by: LanceCorvette
a reply to: imthegoat

PM for you.

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posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 03:36 PM
a reply to: EndtheMadnessNow

Yep, and they have burnt bridges with both Russia (by trying to take that city from them) and the US (which they just had state sponsored hackers get busted, a military intel guy hiding out in the San Francisco consular office, and that seed thing they seem to be doing).

I can see the US helping them out, provided they ask us first, if the situation goes biblical. Russia might help them out if it means some kind of gain on their part. If the Chinese Government collapses like their great gravity dams they love so much, then Japan might even lend a hand at helping them rebuild provided it can ensure a more stabilized region.

posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 03:38 PM
a reply to: EndtheMadnessNow

What's worrisome is I don't see them paying for food from the US or Russia. I do see them marching south and "taking" some though.

posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 03:49 PM
a reply to: crankyoldman

China is not the enemy, it is a hidden faction within China that is.

That's exactly what Steve Bannon, et al are claiming on their show recently.

Pandemic: War Room

posted on Jul, 25 2020 @ 04:07 PM
a reply to: saladfingers123456

...there is a higher spiritual power

Belief in a Supreme Being is an Art Form, if rightly understood; such can, indeed, open doors. Just knock, and it shall be opened.

Freemasonry: Belief in a Supreme Being

Don't get me wrong. We do not recruit; we only want people to think for themselves, and come to their own conclusions.

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