In the QAnon conspiracy theory, practically nothing occurs without having a secret double meaning.
This goes for everything from minutiae like typos in President Donald Trump’s tweets to key events like the dialogue between the United States and North Korea.
Prior to the 2018 summit between Trump and Kim Jong Un, Q talked about a “deal made” between the two nations, and that the CIA’s “strings” had been cut.
The inference was obvious: Trump and Kim had undoubtedly made a denuclearization pact in November 2017, during Trump’s first Asian trip.
But not just that, but it was being retained secret, and the entire Singapore summit was a play to throw the deep state off the trail of what was actually taking place.
“The Art of the Deal”#QPost from 3/8/18
— [intheMatrixxx] (@intheMatrixxx) June 12, 2018
If such a deal exists, it has not been conveyed to the general public.
And now a second summit involving Trump and Kim took place this week in Hanoi, apparently to build on the advances made in Singapore.
Obviously, Q had foretold in a recent drop that it would be “historic” and that everything concerned had been “planned out ahead of time” as component of a great series of events that would come to a climax in 21 days.
QAnon believers Moronically went along with it, stating it would reunify Korea, conclude the long war between North and South, and make the planet a safer and better place, thanks to President Trump.
But in contrast to the love fest between the two leaders in Singapore, this summit concluded in failure as both sides fled Hanoi without a deal, pointing fingers over who was to fault.
And one issue that nobody asked, either prior to or immediately after the second summit, was why would the second summit be “historic” and “planned out ahead of time” if there was undoubtedly a deal?
Why didn’t Q talk about the “deal” that had undoubtedly been made in any of his content?
Why even take the risk of a second summit at all, given that QAnon definitely “revealed” that Trump lived through an assassination attempt by way of submarine-fired-missile on his way to Singapore.
The truth is, Q behaved as if the destiny of the world hung in the balance-throwing up a few images of the location (probably screen grabs from press pool videos), titled “Peace is the Prize,” to verify he was there, along with a series of threatening numbered posts basically called “tests.”
— Mike Rothschild (@rothschildmd) February 28, 2019
And if such a deal had been made, wouldn’t at this point be the perfect time to make it public, with coverage of Michael Cohen’s testimony dominating the news?
Indeed, President Trump may have been termed a conman and a racist who possibly committed a number of felonies, but not one person would care if he ended the Korean War and brought the Kim regime into the modern world.
It appears like a fairly major continuity error for the summit to be “historic” and all component of a show at the same time.
It’s either significant or not significant.
So why did QAnon make such a key mistake? There are several prospects.
One is that somebody else is operating the QAnon account, and expects to take the account in a different direction.
Why else would whomever is publishing currently disregard the previous content about a deal having been made?
Did the deep state sabotage the summit?
Was the Cohen testimony their way of distracting the president to the point of being bested by Kim Jong Un?
Such events would make whatever “deal” was made already moot, right?
Does anyone else believe a deal with North Korea has already been made but they chose to delay the announcement due to press coverage of Cohen instead..-21, maybe 3/19 will be the announcement. #QAnon #MAGA #WWG1WGA #qanon
— John Vineyard (@Jvineyard2011) February 28, 2019
QAnon’s id is still not known, with a range of theories for who is making the content, encompassing everybody from President Trump himself to a small collection of conspiracy grifters.
It’s feasible that multiple folks publish as Q, or that whoever initiated Q is not the same individual as the one presently posting, and that the id has been “handed off” on numerous times.
Even Alex Jones believed that Q’s original id was “compromised” in May, with the deep state taking control of the account in an effort to push propaganda.
There is some proof to be located in Q’s posts themselves, which often veer wildly in tone and style, going from long lists of rhetorical questions to out-of-context images to Bible quotes with little rhyme or purpose.
Q’s initial posts from November 2017 are made in an incredibly different style, utilizing concrete predictions with specific names and dates rather than the current familiar drumbeat of rhetorical questions and riddles that Q utilizes now.
It’s feasible that the reason for this is because all those predictions failed and Q had to change styles or risk losing all credibility.
But it also could be a indication that the id was indeed “handed off,” and that the present writer changed Q’s style.
So the change in storylines could reveal someone else operating the QAnon account.
I think Pakistan’s behavior over the last few days is why Trump didn’t finish the Nork deal.
Was the cabal making a threat to start a war if a NK deal gets made?
Seems like it. All neatly glossed over with the Cohen distraction.
Pakistan has been exposed. #QAnon
— Logic (@OnWithLogic) February 28, 2019
But it may be just as probable that it does not truly matter what Q claims, even if one drop contradicts another.
Such contradictions are an built in part of conspiracy theories. Believers are taught in the art of cognitive dissonance and have little problems trusting two contradictory things at once.
A classic illustration is the concept that Barack Obama was covertly a Muslim and a terrorist sympathizer, while also ordering the mission that slain Osama Bin Laden.
Recently, QAnon pushed the concept that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was being kept alive through “off market drugs,” continuing to stick to it even once she came back to work and started issuing decisions-which would demand a conspiracy so enormous it would take every other justice to conform with it.
Could QAnon believers be conned into believing Trump and Kim already have made a deal, while simultaneously walking away from a failed summit with a effort to make a deal falling apart?
Completely. And needless to say, the Q poster would know that, and have the freedom to publish anything, realizing it’ll be believed.
It’s also feasible that the poster basically screwed up their own continuity.
Q has made quite a few mistakes before, making typos and correcting them with subsequent posts, along with factual errors and publishing bogus images as real.
Obviously, all of these are rolled into the conspiracy, most recently observed when Q published a photoshopped image of comedian Patton Oswalt as if it were real, only to backtrack and maintain the deceptiveness was on purpose when the fake was called out.
— Patton Oswalt (@pattonoswalt) February 26, 2019
In the end, no matter what QAnon posts is not as significant as what Q believers take from it. In the case of the failed Hanoi summit, they will take anything they need to take that furthers their notion that Trump is in control, and (very gradually) eliminating the forces of evil that the last 200 years have kept propped up.
Was it a failure sabotaged by the cabal?
Was it a secret success that we just can not hear about yet? Was it either?
It does not really matter, as long as it keeps the narrative going.
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