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-@TH3WH17ERABB17- -Q- Questions. White House Insider's postings -PART- - §29§ -

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posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 03:14 PM
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ANATOMY OF A Q DROP, or, "FUTURE PROVES PAST." read slowly...



Yesterday Q+ retweets a Q account noting the CDC's admission of the 6%.

There are THREE drops with 4-6%.

Let us see what fits now that time has passed and Future (the now) can prove the Past (drops).

4-6% [brainwashed] will never wake up even when presented w/ FACTS.

Note ^^^^ brainwashed is in the [target] box. Remove the target box, because we have arrived at the target date - 8-30-2020 (DJT Retweet date) and we get...

"4-6%will never wake up even when presented w/ FACTS."

What are the facts? The CDC which initiated the whole mess has stated FACTS say 6% may have died exclusively from The Rona, and looking at the graphic we can see that few if any were young. Fakedemic. Interesting 4-6 can be flipped to be 94 or 94%, the compliment to 6%.

So we can now see for ourselves, how many will change their actions based on the CDC's admission? Zero. Why?

Who are the 4%?

Ah, the 4% are NOT the population at all, but in fact they are those in charge. Whitmer, Coumo, Newsome, Inslee, Brown and mayors et al. will double down along with their minions.

Now, why the anatomy? Because we have 3 drops with 4-6%, with this drop absolutely defines our reality at the moment. The others, like this one, defined the reality at the time in some way (allowing for digs) but the fruition arrives when we hit the [target] and "Future Proves Past (drops."

*** note, deleting the tweet was brilliant. It garnered way more attention then it would have having been buried in 100 tweets. And... it started the trending of 6%, which, if I am not mistaken, was part of the [target].

Let us continue...


Q#529

Mirrored gives us 25th. (9 inverts to 6 or 6%)

4-6% LOST FOREVER.
HELLO GEORGE.

HELLO GEORGE = George Floyd = died on 5-25

4% brings us right to govs Whitmer, Coumo, Inslee, Newsome, Brown and mayors et al.

Again, the govs and minions post GF death reflect our current moment perfectly.

Let us continue...



The country is not divided, this is fake news. ANTIFA was organized
purely for optics re: division.
It's FAKE!
Estimated 4-6% we consider ‘hopeless' and forever brainwashed.

I don't think I have to spell this one out.


FUTURE PROVES PAST.

Trust The Plan. It's a good one.




posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 03:18 PM
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originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
a reply to: MindBodySpiritComplex

For all we know he was a member of the Temple of Set. Aquino is heavy duty into ancient Egyptian occult rituals along with some of his discussions on ATS. My Uncle served as a linguist on archeological digs for ancient relics over in Egypt and all over the Middle East while the boots on ground provided a distraction for public eyes.
The odd part (or maybe not) is his paychecks & per diem came from the Dept. of Navy. According to him the upper echelons of the compartmentalized Navy intel brass have an extreme interest in occult science.


I remember hearing from somewhere last year that all of Egyptian archeology is funded and controlled by the United States military via the Smithsonian.



posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 03:24 PM
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a reply to: Flesh699

🙄



posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 03:25 PM
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originally posted by: Guyfriday
a reply to: crankyoldman

Wasn't killing Bin Laden Obama's greatest achievement? What if the story about Bin Laden dying in the caves were real, and only a body double got killed in Pakistan?

The questions would be raised all over the place.

I think we have been given something here. That is a carefully staged photo (IMO). Herridge isn't stupid. She gave us some info... without actually 'giving it' to us.



posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 03:26 PM
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a reply to: crankyoldman

Glitch.



posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 03:29 PM
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a reply to: Aallanon

It's actually a good thing that the case is moving towards a final outcome.

They're also throwing Sullivan a bone, rather than censuring him.



posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 03:38 PM
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a reply to: butcherguy
Herridge... exactly. If it was someone else then maybe it was just cheep staging, but in this case.

The questions that should be raised is that if Bin Laden did die in the cave, then why did Obama string America along with doing the raid?

How many of the SEALs that went in on the raid are still around, and since the raid was down the street from the CIA safe house, what did they have on the situation?

Those are just my thoughts on this, but the real question we should be asking is:
On the document that's hidden it refers to a "model maker" and that this person wanted their identity hidden. So what is "the Bin Laden Project"?



posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 03:50 PM
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a reply to: crankyoldman



"4-6%will never wake up even when presented w/ FACTS."


It has been decades of media manipulation. I did not want to lose trust in government when first hearing some of this stuff. I am sure it will be tough for some.



posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 03:53 PM
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a reply to: Guyfriday

The Bin Laden Project may refer to that Saudi multinational construction conglomerate.

"Model maker" - the guy who designed a mock model of Bin Laden's compound.

media ID: Ryan. Paul Ryan?

ETA: This model

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posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 03:59 PM
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a reply to: EndtheMadnessNow

Or this C-EYE-A production
hatched plan to make demon toy to counter bin laden influence
Your tax dollars at work !
YMMV

....The code-name for the bin Laden figures was “Devil Eyes,” and to create them the CIA turned to one of the best minds in the toy business, said those familiar with the project, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to discuss the project publicly.....


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posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 04:06 PM
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a reply to: EndtheMadnessNow

That model has a very "Adam Savage" look to it. I wonder if this could his trips to the White House while Obama was in office.

If the BLP does refer to the Saudi Multinational Construction Conglomerate, then does that mean that they build the Bin Laden compound?

That media ID: Ryan thing bugs me too.


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posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 04:08 PM
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4-6% of our population is 21M people. I am astounded even now the people who drive alone with a mask on. Or walk their dog with a mask on. I want to ask them if they think c19 is in the air? Some people are totay brainwashed by msm.



posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 04:08 PM
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a reply to: airforcerulessky

Fear is a Hell of a drug



posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 04:14 PM
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originally posted by: CanadianMason
a reply to: imthegoat

Go ahead and defend him if you want but, you have to admit he's a fairly crafty fellow, no?



Not defending anyone bud. I'm just trying to understand your perspective. Its either you have a problem with him and porn, which is whatever, too each their own, or you have a problem with him and freedom (bypassing censorship and all that), and that's en entirely separate issue. I give kudos to those trying to combat censorship at all levels. No government should be allowed to tell their constituents that they're not allowed to partake in pornography. Its stupid -- and no one should be able to tell you what you can and cannot do in the privacy of your own home.

Now, unless that pornography is of the illegal type -- I don't see an issue. 🤷‍♂️

Watching, hosting, or providing hosting for porn does not equate to someone being deceptive, or not a "good person."

Unless you can further clarify -- I'm not longer responding. I laid out my POV, and if I'm not totally wrong, you've laid out yours too, and if so theres no reason to keep it going 👍



posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 04:17 PM
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originally posted by: Creep Thumper
a reply to: imthegoat

I'll be honest and tell you, okay, I accept that he's intelligent, but I will also tell you, unequivocally, that he is a PIG. 🐷


Okay, but why is he a pig? Just curious. I honestly don't even think he's that intelligent. People forget that Ron (Jims son, CodeMonkey) does all the work on 8kun, not Jim. I think people are giving him too much credit by saying he is Q.



posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 04:22 PM
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originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
a reply to: MindBodySpiritComplex
The odd part (or maybe not) is his paychecks & per diem came from the Dept. of Navy. According to him the upper echelons of the compartmentalized Navy intel brass have an extreme interest in occult science.


www.si.edu...
Seems weird:

The First Building

The Smithsonian Institution Building, commonly known as the Castle, was designed by architect James Renwick and constructed between 1847 and 1855. The Castle houses the Smithsonian Visitor Center and administrative offices, as well as the James Smithson crypt.
Organization of the Smithsonian
The chief executive officer of the Smithsonian is the Secretary, currently Lonnie G. Bunch III (the 14th Secretary). There have been 13 secretaries since 1846. The Institution, established in 1846, is governed by a board of regents which, by law, is composed of the vice president of the United States, the chief justice of the United States, three members of the Senate, three members of the House of Representatives and nine citizen members. The chief justice of the United States has traditionally served as chancellor of the Smithsonian.

Each museum has its own director and staff. The central administration of the Institution is headquartered in the Castle.
The Smithsonian has over 6,300 employees and more than 7,000 volunteers.


Smithsonian Fiscal Year 2020/Budget request to congress

One of the key goals of our Strategic Plan is to become “One Smithsonian,” which means to work more collaboratively, efficiently, and effectively to extend our reach and relevance, and have a more profound impact on our increasingly diverse audience. We implemented several Institution-wide projects in 2018 and 2019 to further that goal. The Smithsonian’s American Women’s Initiative began a five-year, pan-Institutional celebration of the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in America. Our Solstice Saturday event on the first Saturday of summer featured free parties, programs, and performances, and extended hours until midnight throughout our museums, research centers, and the National Zoo. On Earth Day in April, we began the One Smithsonian Plastics Reduction Initiative to reduce the Smithsonian’s use of plastics and increase our recycling of plastic waste. We also established the Smithsonian Accessibility Innovations Fund Awards to encourage creativity and innovation that promotes accessibility to the Institution as a whole. In 2019, we will celebrate the Year of Music by exploring opportunities to reach audiences across Washington, DC and the rest of the country while building bridges throughout the Institution and fulfilling our goal of being One Smithsonian.


As an ambassador of goodwill and a research partner, we are involved in research in more than 145 countries by coordinating with strategic allies across the federal Government and working with foreign governments and the private sector. Through our Office of International Relations and our science, art, history, culture, and education units, we work with virtually every Cabinet-level federal agency and numerous other organizations. Another goal of our Strategic Plan is to catalyze new conversations and address complex challenges. Because we combine world-class museums, cutting-edge research, and accessible educational programs, the Smithsonian is uniquely qualified to address a range of relevant topics. That is why we strive to serve and be recognized as a leading 4
advocate for dialogue on global and national issues. We are implementing this goal through a series of conversations with thought leaders, which are posted on our website called Smithsonian Second Opinion at www.smithsoniansecondopinion.org. Thus far, we have examined three topics: immigration, earth optimism, and the arts.


The Smithsonian’s 500 staff scientists also tackle other vital issues of the day, make important discoveries, and share them with the public. For example, scientists at the Harvard-based Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO) continue to explore the universe’s boundless mysteries, from carbon-based planets capable of supporting life to a 5
planet forming in an Earth-like orbit around a young star light-years away from our own solar system. The Giant Magellan Telescope, or GMT, that is being built at the Las Campanas Observatory in Chile, is one such exciting project. It promises to change the way we see and understand the universe. Its array of seven huge mirrors, each one twice the length of an automobile, will work in tandem to produce images 10 times sharper than those created by the Hubble Telescope. Another example of the ingenuity of SAO researchers is the Solar Probe Cup, an instrument SAO designed and NASA launched as part of the Parker Solar Probe spacecraft, which will expand our understanding of the sun.
...
The NMNH also houses the Consortium for the Barcode of Life, an international initiative to develop DNA barcoding as a global standard for identifying biological species. This technique uses a short DNA sequence from a standardized position in the genome as a molecular diagnostic marker for species identification. As the U.S. leader in DNA barcoding, the Smithsonian seeks to increase its research and training capacity to better work with strategic partners in expanding the frontiers of knowledge in this exciting field.


en.wikipedia.org...

In 1846, the regents developed a plan for weather observation; in 1847, money was appropriated for meteorological research.[24] The Institution became a magnet for young scientists from 1857 to 1866, who formed a group called the Megatherium Club.[25] The Smithsonian played a critical role as the U.S. partner institution in early bilateral scientific exchanges with the Academy of Sciences of Cuba.[26]

Megatherium Club


The club was named for the Megatherium, an extinct genus of giant ground sloth.

The leading spirit of the club was marine biologist William Stimpson, who hosted its earliest meetings in his home. Members dubbed the place "The Stimpsonian." By 1863, though, Stimpson and others had taken up residence in the castle of the actual Smithsonian.

Club members were encouraged by Spencer Fullerton Baird, the institution's assistant secretary. And they attracted a variety of learned speakers to their meetings, including Louis Agassiz, John Torrey, and John Cassin. But they were eventually thrown out of their castle suites by the institution's secretary, Joseph Henry, who disapproved of the way members held sack races in the Great Hall and periodically serenaded his daughters.

Membership was transitory as individuals undertook independent studies abroad, sometimes for years at a time. Formal meetings ceased about the year 1866 when Stimpson moved to Chicago to oversee that city's Academy of Sciences.

Just freeballin here.

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posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 04:27 PM
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originally posted by: Guyfriday
a reply to: EndtheMadnessNow

That model has a very "Adam Savage" look to it. I wonder if this could his trips to the White House while Obama was in office.

If the BLP does refer to the Saudi Multinational Construction Conglomerate, then does that mean that they build the Bin Laden compound?

That media ID: Ryan thing bugs me too.


There is a partial sentence mentioning "SEAL 6 Team member who" (can't make out anything more) behind the paper.

"media ID: Ryan"

I believe there is one or more SEAL Team 6 members living/deceased named Ryan (first or last name?). Something to do with Extortion 17.?



posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 04:35 PM
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originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
a reply to: MindBodySpiritComplex
The odd part (or maybe not) is his paychecks & per diem came from the Dept. of Navy. According to him the upper echelons of the compartmentalized Navy intel brass have an extreme interest in occult science.



Bingo: smi thsonians defense contracts



IN AN ALEXANDRIA OFFICE, miles from the Mall and the familiar Castle, is a side to the Smithsonian Institution few know exists. Behind a door marked "Manpower Research and Advisory Services Smithsonian Institution" works Dr. H. Wallace Sinaiko. He is a Smithsonian researcher working under a $190,000 a year contract with the Office of Naval Research. His subject: psychological studies on how to enhance recruitment, re-enlistment and quality of life in the volunteer Navy.

[...]


Carmichael's activity on the HEF was in a personal capacity, and not as a Smithsonian official. However, one letter evaluating a CIA project for HEF was written on Smithsonian stationary, and Carmichael's appointment book cites numerous meetings with HEF personnel at his Smithsonian office.

The CIA under Project MKULTRA was working on its own bird study related to biological weapons. In 1977 the Smithsonian was asked by a reporter about possible links between the CIA's project and the Smithsonian's. On Aug. 23, 1977, Smithsonian officials met with a CIA attorney to inquire about the Smithsonian's possible role in CIA-sponsored work, according to an internal memo. They were told that "there was no official Smithsonian role" although "someone associated with the Institution served as a consultant to the CIA-front organization which passed as a research funding agency."

That information was released in a 1977 Smithsonian statement, but the unnamed "someone" associated with the Smithsonian was Leonard Carmichael, it's former Secretary.

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posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 04:40 PM
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a reply to: crankyoldman
An excellent post for those of us who need the graphics and logic pointed out to us.

Thank-you (again) C.O.M.!



posted on Aug, 31 2020 @ 04:58 PM
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a reply to: MetalThunder

No, I didn't predict that I'd be discussing the topic myself, forcing the issue, as you say. I said we'd be hearing a lot more about the guy in this thread. So far, so good. It would be more helpful if you'd just dig into him instead of hurling ad hominem insults at me. Try as you may, my armor is thick.

Right back at ya.




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