QAnon, information osmosis and reality purification
The Trump administration’s # QAnon program is an “information osmosis filter” that removes “information pollutants” from our “reality model.”
Clean water is wonderful. I must admit I’m quite a fan of carbonated bubbles in mine: I prefer a bottle of sparkling mineral water over wine as a treat for a meal. That said, what I have in mind now as I type this is “Thames Spring” – or, in other words, tap water in London.
Clean information is also “delicious”. The equivalent of “public water supply” is the mass of mainstream media. The problem we face is that it is not “drinkable”. Indeed, the flow of false stories is positively harmful, poisoned with tainted propaganda and poisonous hoaxes.
In the 19th century, the Victorians took pride in clearing London’s water, and today the river is relatively clean. Modern filtration and treatment ensure that my tap water is safe to drink. One of the technologies that can achieve this is (reverse) osmosis.
The principle of osmosis is that a solvent liquid passes through a membrane to equalize the concentration of a substance dissolved therein – without pressure being exerted on it. Reverse osmosis applies pressure to one side to achieve an uneven concentration. A classic use of reverse osmosis is the desalination of sea water.
So, how can one remove the polluting propaganda dissolved in the solvent of mass media? Well, we seem to have an osmotic-like system with QAnon, which is used to perform “purification of reality” for a society that is secretly socially constructed to be divided.
The “pressure” comes from the Q drops, which have received a lot of attention and traction from the public. Prof Joseph Ucsinski, an associate professor of political science at the University of Miami, recently appeared on Watters World on Fox and gave two interesting data points:
From their polls, about 10% of the U.S. population has a positive sentiment regarding QAnon. (And therefore consciousness is necessarily important, and this is not a “fringe phenomenon.”)
Those people are evenly distributed on the left and right. (And therefore, this cannot be an “extreme right” phenomenon.)
This pressure is being exerted on the mass media through the echoes of Trump administration’s Q themes. A remarkably level-headed and informative American Thinker article summarizes it as follows:
In recent weeks, Trump’s focus on Q has accelerated, with the President retweeting 20 followers 20 times in one day. Trump included Q fans in his ads and used one of Q’s signature phrases (“These people are sick”) at his meetings. The president’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, also retweeted Q followers.
The Q drops also contain many mentions of Iran, and the strategic background of scandals involving the Obama administration (such as Uranium One), along with the media cover-up. Trump tweeted “The world is watching” about Iran, a very common Qism, especially in the same context. Given the recent events in Iran, if the Q drops are indeed a product of the Trump administration, these drops would be very newsworthy.
We’ve also had Trump:
- Put an “accidental” extra Q in a tweet.
- Have a “Q” “accidentally” appear behind him
- Place yourself “by accident” in a political ad like the tail of a Q.
- Capitalize “accidentally” Tweet a Q crypto tripcode
- Have soldiers “accidentally” stand around his helicopter to form a “Q +” (since POTUS is Q +).
… Among hundreds of other “proofs” of a Q-POTUS link.
This “pressure” is intended to overcome the public’s “disbelief” problem. The idea that the mass media has ALL infiltrated and controlled by a global criminal cartel seems ridiculous. Surely someone would tell me if a “rival” publication lied to me? Still, we only need to check out one QAnon article to see how “dirty” the media is.
Take this from the British Guardian newspaper:
- “Ridiculed ridicule” assumes a position; there is no pretense for an equal-hand investigation.
- “Prominent conspiracy theory” tells you what to think by calling upon their own authority; this Q thing can’t be true, even if things like the Hillsborough disaster went from “conspiracy theory” to “fact.”
- “Right-wing hoax” has no substance – where is the evidence that it is “right-wing”; who is the “hoaxer” and how was this proven?
- “The conspiracy theory is yet to gain traction in the UK” but who says because we are aware of 10% in the US?
- This fits the pattern described by Jon Rappoport as the mechanism of mass mind control:
In other words, there are only two supposed areas. The first is a neutral certainty [of the “official conviction”]. It almost sounds like science. Then there’s the crazy Loonsville [like “QAnon”], where insane fantasies float around. The right choice is obvious.
Importantly, we can see how this Guardian article lies by omitting, misleading the reader to misrepresent reality in Loonsville. No evidence has been reported of any Q-POTUS connection, with Q being central to press corruption or the refusal of the press to discuss Q with the President. You are told what to feel and think, and you have refused the necessary information to make your own decision.
For fun, you might want to contrast the Guardian article with this video, which highlights how the mass media misinforms the public that “elite pedophilia” is Loonsville, and then contrasts with Epstein’s revelations:
The genius of the QAnon operation is as follows: if the press ignores it, it confirms the “Q hypothesis” that they are “fake news”. When they deal with it, they are forced to report it incorrectly, which shows the accusation of “fake news”. The “polluting” beliefs are gently pulled from society by people who realize the media is lighting and cheating them. They mass media are not independent voices, but hiss with one forked tongue.
This only works because there is a “membrane” in this “information reverse osmosis” system for “reality cleansing”. It is constructed through “holes” of “plausible denial”. Each individual Q-POTUS link can be explained, although some with extremely great effort. People should choose to deal with the evidence and logic rather than being changed in change.
Therefore, the QAnon system is naturally nonviolent and rooted in free will. We are not ‘distilling’ the false beliefs of the public by sending them to re-education camps! There is also no “Trump Daily” high pressure information pump that works unlike the MSM; it is not necessary and would only be seen as another polluted source of propaganda.
Because the media has been so saturated with lies for so long, the reality of many people “tastes” because they are so used to consuming polluted information. Q is the “one way filter” to help them disinfect their understanding of the world and demand “pure” news. The “Q question” is the last piece that brings their polluted beliefs into contact with the cleansing “membrane”.
To summarize, the “Q question” is why the press collectively refuses to ask the President about QAnon and whether his administration is involved. People who now believe that “Orange Man Bad” will always be able to find another talking point from the lies the media has fed them, but cannot find an answer to this simple question in their (polluted and inverse) cosmology.
In the philosophy classic of Plato’s cave, we are asked to distinguish the real external reality from the dancing shadows in the cave. With the current divide in society, we have a debate among friends and family about “who is in the cave and who is outside?”. The “Q question” is the touchstone for this and immediately brings both belief systems into contact with the “membrane”.
This is the minus doubt that exit from the Cult of the Official Media Narrative allows. There are no legions of “ex-QAnon” people; no recovery groups; no “deprogramming” courses. That’s because the ‘Q belief system’ is grounded in a ‘purified’ reality freed from #FakeNew’s propaganda pollutants.
To believe otherwise is to limit yourself to the absurdity of arguing that the president asks why he is promoting a so-called debunked conspiracy theory “… will have the added effect of making the questioner look like a fool.” By reductio ad adsurdam, you know this is not a #WINNING logical proposition: it doesn’t ask the “Q question” that makes you a fool!
The QAnon “information (reverse) osmosis” engine works well to clear the public’s beliefs. More and more people are realizing that they should only swallow non- # FakeNews information sources. The resulting ‘purification of reality’ gradually removes the gap in society between people with ‘polluted’ and ‘clean’ belief systems.
I expect the outcome of QAnon to be delicious (preferably with carbonated bubbles).