Q Drop 4653 – Media Hits the Panic Button

Coronavirus Skeptics Gather On Eve Of Protest March
BERLIN, GERMANY – AUGUST 28: Querdenker Q buttons lie in a bin for sale next to copies of the right-wing magazine Compact at a gathering of coronavirus skeptics on the eve of a planned protest march on August 28, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. Tens of thousands of protesters from a wide range of backgrounds, from people who doubt the danger of the coronavirus pandemic to conspiracy theorists to right-wing extremists, are expected to participate in tomorrow’s protests and march. The march is being organized by Querdenker 711, a Stuttgart-based group that sees the pandemic as a conspiracy. Many Querdenker followers also sympathize with the QAnon movement. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

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[Past 12 hours]

  1. https://www.justsecurity.org/72339/qanon-is-a-nazi-cult-rebranded/
  2. https://www.alternet.org/2020/09/expert-on-genocide-and-anti-semitism-lays-out-the-frightening-parallels-between-qanon-and-hitlers-nazis/
  3. https://www.newsbreak.com/news/2058065696143/in-qanon-nazism-wants-a-comeback-anti-semitism-expert-reveals-parallels-between-qanon-and-nazism?
  4. https://www.salon.com/2020/09/10/in-qanon-nazism-wants-a-comeback-anti-semitism-expert-reveals-parallels-between-qanon-and-nazism_partner/
  5. https://www.thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/2020/09/the-frightening-parallels-between-qanon-and-hitlers-nazis/

Sensitive subject?
Over the target?

QAnon Hit Piece by Vice

It seems that Vice.com has decided to take a swipe at QAnons, in a new article: Terrorism Experts Say QAnon Conspiracy Theory a Threat to National Security

It is based on this paper, from two eggheads at the Combatting Terrorisim Center at West Point: Combating Terrorism Center at West Point The QAnon Conspiracy Theory: A Security Threat in the Making?

The West Point Paper

Take out “conspiracy theory” and they are basically describing the newspaper business in the 1800s and early 1900s. Today, we call them citizen journalists. Comparing citizen journalists to jihadis is an Olympic-grade leap in logic. The assumption that news-gathering requires a “centralization of intrerpretive duties” tells us that this piece came from a corporate hack, who has likely never done an independent thing in his/her life.

God forbid anybody should do their own research and then want to share it on social media, without the blessing of corporate-owned media.

“In February 2020, Omega Kingdom Ministries, in effect a QAnon church, was established” – Never heard of it. Are all QAnons secret members? (sarcasm)

So far, QAnons do their own research, share it, and some of them go to church. This is what they are calling a threat to national security.

In the West Point paper, the links between the “criminals” named and QAnon are mostly weak, and I love how there is no comparison of the corporate-owned media’s statements to BLM and Antifa violence.

Here we have, “Some people did something, so anybody who talks about QAnon must be bad.” Uh-huh, and Jesus was a sinner because he was surrounded by sinners. Faulty logic.

The authors of the West Point paper:

  1. Amarnath Amarasingam is an Assistant Professor in the School of Religion at Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada. He is also a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Strategic Dialogue, an Associate Fellow at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation, and an Associate Fellow at the Global Network on Extremism and Technology.
  2. Marc-André Argentino is a PhD candidate in the Individualized Program at Concordia University, Montreal (in Theological Studies, the Centre for Engineering in Society and the Institute of Information System Engineering). Marc-André is an associate fellow at the Global Network on Extremism & Technology and an associate researcher at the Centre d’Expertise et de Formation sur les Intégrismes Religieux, les Idéologies Politiques et la Radicalisation.

Sorry, Vice, but you used a paper written by eggheads that fails to establish that its authors have any concept of what life is like outside of the university walls. This is junk journalism.

BOTTOM LINE: QAnons & followers are exercising their right to free speech, and it seems that some folks don’t like it.

40K+ Censored YouTube Videos; 729 Deleted Channels


“we show what they hide”

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altCensored.com is an unbiased community catalog of 40542 such videos, including those removed by YouTube or self-censored.  Of 5550 monitored channels, 729 have been deleted and 1596 are being archived in case of deletion.

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Facebook quietly drops “fake news” flag on report revealing COVID-19 escaped from China lab

The fact-checker assigned to debunk the story was professionally tied to the same Chinese bio-lab from which the virus is claimed to have escaped.

April 24, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) — Facebook has finally removed the “fake news” warning it had attached to a New York Post article published earlier this year that suggested that the coronavirus escaped from a Wuhan, China biolab.

According to Steve Mosher, president of the Population Research Institute and an expert on China, Facebook has yet to offer an apology for the unwarranted “fake news” label the social media giant had pinned to his February 22 op-ed, “Don’t buy China’s story: The coronavirus may have leaked from a lab. ”

“After we raised the alarm, Facebook uncensored that Steve Mosher oped about the origins of the Wuhan virus,” tweeted New York Post opinion editor, Sohrab Ahmari. “But the company didn’t apologize to the NYPost or offer explanation/accountability.”


The two-month-long drama has cast a spotlight on Facebook’s fact-checking methods and raises serious questions about whether the judgement of its “experts ” is sometimes compromised due to conflicts of interest.

Journalist Sharyl Attkisson previously reported that the lead fact-checker on Mosher’s story, Danielle Anderson, has ties to the Wuhan biolab.

“You cannot make it up,” tweeted Attkisson. “The ‘fact checker’ Facebook is using to censor a documentary discussing possibility that coronavirus came from Wuhan labis [a] scientist who worked at Wuhan lab with Chinese communists.”



Full story: Facebook quietly drops ‘fake news’ flag on report revealing COVID-19 escaped from China lab

YouTube Bans Videos Promoting Vitamin C

What will you do if they outlaw vitamins A/C/D?

YouTubeBansVitC https://twitter.com/QAnonNotables/status/1252385906486468610


In the last few months, I have been stocking-up on Vitamin C and chaga.

Last month’s order from Ann and Chaga: (10% off coupon)


This month’s order from Vita Shop: (Vitamin C, Chaga Powder)


If you are feeling adventurous, you might want to try Clif High’s chaga cocktail recipe:

I would post the link to Clif’s tweet, but Twitter has banned him, since he started talking about what people were doing to beat COVID-19.  To find out more, please visit his YouTube channel.

Patriots are Charging the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) with Hate Speech

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Here’s the article in question: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/…

Here’s a summary of the case: https://www.swciv.com/blog/2020/2/6/r…







This is one of the ugliest elections that Canada has ever seen

First, PPC party leader Maxime Bernier wasn’t invited to the Leaders’ Debates, and now, media outlets who aren’t approved the the Trudeau government are being denied access to not only the debates, but campaign events, as well.

The People’s Party of Canada is the only party defending the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, this election.

You can watch the October 7th Federal Leaders’ Debate on CPAC, at cpac.ca/leadersdebates or here: