Strap in Tight

Over the past few days I’ve been watching the turmoil in the mainstream Q support group. Losing their virtual gathering space at Reddit was quite a blow. The folks who managed that space tried moving to Voat, a similar service. It’s not working well because there’s an entrenched Q fan group already there who resent the move that came to Voat, but created a separate board for it their discussion.

For the refugees, that’s the least of their woes. You see, there have been a very large number of fake accounts set up already at a lot services. We call them “sock puppets” — multiple accounts all managed by a single person. And when there are dozens of puppet masters running these multiple sock puppet accounts, it gets pretty hairy. It looks to me like a standard CIA operation; they have very many offices scattered around the US with nothing but whole boiler rooms filled with computers and employees, each serving as a puppet master over numerous false sock puppet accounts. Some are using software that allows them to manage hundreds of such fake accounts.

And they have apparently been scoping out the alternative services and setting up long standing sock puppet accounts with a certain type of seniority that allows them to disrupt everything the Q supporters try to do. There was a pretty large group already involved in Voat perverting the earlier attempts to start Q support groups. And now the folks running these perverted discussion boards are acting all hurt about being rejected by the newcomers. It has gotten ugly and combative. This is what’s going on at Voat.

So as a last resort, the mainstream Q support team have started working on an 8chan board for this. The reason is that 8chan doesn’t permit much of that kind of seniority farming. Also, Q is already dropping all of his communications there as the only place that allows him (or them) to remain anonymous. The biggest drawback, of course, is that 8chan is really off-putting to ordinary mainstream type folks, but it’s really popular with genuine hard core autistic nerds. And they prefer a posting environment that is verbally abusive and features racy or degrading images. It’s simply a matter of how they communicate with each other; they think it’s playful.

Fortunately, the folks who actually run 8chan include a large number of military veterans who are sympathetic to Q and Trump (another reason Q communicates only there). You can’t say that about Voat, and you sure as hell can’t say it about Reddit or the other mainstream popular social networks. So the 8chan managers have agreed with the refugees from Reddit to setup a relatively safe-n-sane board just for them. They have filters in place to restrict the kind of stuff that gets posted; it won’t be fun for the autistic nerds.

But it won’t keep the puppet masters away. It’s just more difficult for them on 8chan.

Q has hinted, and some speculate openly, that in some ways the Net could become much, much harder to use for supporters of Trump. Too many of the folks who control how the Internet functions behind the scenes are folks who hate Trump. As noted in several posts here before, this is turning into open warfare between left and right, never mind the hostility between Zionists, imperialists, globalists and nationalists. That’s actually two different levels of conflict going on at the same time, and sometimes overlapping. Yeah, it’s very confusing.

But we are left with having to keep a close eye on things regarding how Big Tech is clamping down on folks who don’t think like they do. There are too many unknowns down that path, so we have to be ready to adjust quickly. If this blog and the fellowship that converges here means anything to you, pray for us, and help us keep an eye on the trends that could affect us. I can’t watch everything; some of you keep track of things that I simply cannot. Let us know by comments here, by posting on the forum, or by email.

This is going to be a wild ride.

About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher
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4 Responses to Strap in Tight

  1. forrealone says:

    Well, 8chan et al is certainly way over my head. I hide here in my little yard and my creatures and take it all in. My only reality check comes from you regards to “wordly” happenings. Even so, my heart guides me even if my mind prefers to rule. Thank you, Father, for holding my hand every single day!


  2. Ed Hurst says:

    I confess I do try to filter out some things I might write about, but which hold no real importance to our mission.


  3. Jay DiNitto says:

    I lurk on r/cringeanarchy for a laugh or two, and I was surprised they didn’t get purged. There’s very ban-worthy language on there, though I don’t know how bad in comparison to some of the other ones.

    It definitely is a wild ride. Internecine wars between elites mean God is moving. I’m not worried and no tears will be shed when it really starts to unravel.


  4. Ed Hurst says:

    It’s the same as any leash law: It’s only there when someone sees a problem with one of the very many loose dogs. Reddit used that leash law on someone they didn’t like. Q and friends are being wiped off the social media, and Trump may be kicked off Twitter any day now. The CIA is underwriting any financial losses these services may have. It makes a good movie.


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