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#TheGreatAwakening - Het Q Anon verzameltopic

Geplaatst: di 02 jan 2018, 23:07
door fr3bzy


Bovenstaand 'kunstwerk' is er overigens 1 gemaakt door Podesta. Google tony podesta art als je meer van zijn werk wilt zien (waarschuwing! het is echt demente shit!)

Omdat het toch nog vrij obscuur in een ander topic stond, hier dan alsnog een 'dedicated' draadje over het hele gebeuren rondom Q-Anon & het stoppen van de globale handel in mensen (oa)

Waar is het allemaal mee begonnen?

rond 28 oktober 2017 werden er op 4chan (anoniem imgboard) door ene Q diverse vragen gesteld

Inmiddels is er zelfs al een boek verschenen over het geheel - > ... df?dl=0&m=

Anyhoe, inmiddels zijn er vele aanwijzingen dat het geheel geen LARP (Live Action Role Playing, aka prank/grap) is.
President Trump heeft diverse EO's (executive orders) actief gemaakt welke het aanpakken van de globale pedo / mensenhandel / orgaanharvesting rings mogelijk maken.
En je ziet nu ook dat diverse kopstukken van het toneel verdwijnen.

Zo ook de Podesta Bros. deze schijnen op dit moment vast te zitten in Gitmo (Guantanamo Bay, Cuba)
De afgelopen dagen zijn er ruim 10 vluchten naar Gitmo geweest. Er is dus veel aan de gang, echter zal je dit niet zien in de MSM.

Het geheel is live te volgen via de volgende link, houd er aub rekening mee dat deze site niet echt gebruiks & gebruiker vriendelijk is.


mooi stukje uit het Q Boek
The intelligent and systematic way in which Q posed his questions, caught the attention of many 4chan/pol users. Especially when several things Q hinted at, became true...
1.)“Friday and Saturday will deliver on MAGA promise”, Q says on Oct. 31, mentions “cleaning house (gov’t).” On Nov. 3 he askes “Why did JK travel to SA recently? What is SA known for? Where do the big-gest donations come from?” That weekend the Saudi Arabia purge happens. The arrested Saudi Princes are the people who fund Hillary Clinton, the Clinton Foundation, and own Citi-group (who basically picked Obama’s cabinet). Saudi assets were frozen.

2.)Oct. 31: Q said billionaire George Soros is targeted. Nov 3: Howard Rubin, fundmanager for Soros, is arrested for human trafficking and violent rape.

3.)Unverifiable claim: “Tony Podesta indicted Nov. 3, Huma Abedin 6th.” They were not arrested, but in-dictment does not necessarily equal arrest. About a week later, however, newspapers reported that the Podesta Group was shutting down. Tony goes missing.

4.)Q said on Oct. 31: “Any person stating they won’t run for re-election, has been put in submission.” Ten days later FOX News announced “40 politicians not running.” The number has risen and it’s double the usual.

5.)Q said there could be social media blackouts, “but don’t worry.” Later, Trump twitter goes offline for a while. The 4chan thread has also been under attack, has been flooded with spammers. The thread even went missing (error 404) at some point, was back up the next morning. Q said that the thread was being protected, though attacks would continue, and they have.

6.)Over 840 sealed indictments were issued in the 12 days after Q appeared. Indictments are publicly announced on government web sites. The normal procedure is to name the cases in the format plaintiff vs. defendant (e.g. Waldorf vs. Stattler). Sealed indictments are numbered but nameless, and are usually issued when criminal networks are being targeted. The number of sealed indictments has risen to over 4,000.

7.)Q sent two photo’s taken from an airplane, one from a city and one from some islands in the sea. Anons (anonymous users of 4chan) identify the locations on the photos and their time stamps and they seem to match Air Force 1’s trajectory, meaning the photos were taken from inside AF1 during POTUS Asia trip: Q is on board. (4chan/pol is notorious for their simply impressive “capture the flag” operations targeting Shia LeBoeufs Anti-Trump flag - suffice it to say they know a thing or two about identifying locations!).


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Re: #TheStorm - Het Q Anon verzameltopic.

Geplaatst: wo 03 jan 2018, 13:03
door fr3bzy

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Geplaatst: wo 03 jan 2018, 13:14
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Geplaatst: wo 03 jan 2018, 20:43
door koewacht
Mooi om dit te brengen fr3bzy , ik volg dit al een tijdje . Google ook zeker dit ... 7_present/

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Geplaatst: wo 03 jan 2018, 23:05
door Toxopeus

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Geplaatst: do 04 jan 2018, 00:04
door Toxopeus
Matt Viser‏Geverifieerd account @mviser

Steve Bannon is, among other things, calling the president’s son “treasonous.”

President Trump says his former top adviser has “lost his mind."

Paul Manafort is suing Bob Mueller.

Bill and Hillary Clinton’s home in Chappaqua is on fire.

It’s only the third day of 2018.

Re: #TheStorm - Het Q Anon verzameltopic.

Geplaatst: do 04 jan 2018, 14:56
door fr3bzy
latest Q posts
[J-Go_dX)-2-8. JA go with docs dump

Everything has meaning.

Who is AMB Matlock?



Rod r out! POTUS new paper


EO signed today



Lock routed CA IP and tag.

Secured and fixed.

Previous pw was let go.

Safeguards in place.


Re: #TheStorm - Het Q Anon verzameltopic.

Geplaatst: vr 05 jan 2018, 00:59
door fr3bzy ... SKBN1ET1XM

Egypt detains 75 people in human trafficking probe
Reuters Staff


CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian prosecutor has ordered the detention of 75 people following an investigation into suspected human trafficking, state media reported on Thursday.

A 14-month investigation by the Administrative Control Authority, the country’s anti-corruption body, found that the group was made of government officials, Egyptian citizens, and foreigners, state news agency MENA said.

Authorities arrested the defendants in raids across the country, from the capital Cairo to the northern city of Kafr el-Sheikh.

The probe showed that they were involved in “bribery, profiting from public office, forging official documents, and human trafficking” among a host of other offences.

Egypt passed legislation in 2016 to crack down on a growing smuggling industry along its northern seaboard. The law imposes prison terms and fines on those found guilty of smuggling potential migrants or acting as brokers or middlemen.

It also imposes prison sentences on those who provide shelter to trafficked migrants, and gather, transport or otherwise facilitate their journey.

Reporting by Ahmed Tolba and Haitham Ahmed; Writing by Nadine Awadalla, Editing by William Maclean

Re: #TheStorm - Het Q Anon verzameltopic.

Geplaatst: vr 05 jan 2018, 01:18
door fr3bzy ... alese.html

Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj

Three Indian girls and seven Nepalese were rescued from Kenya trapped in Human trafficking.

The High Commission of India in Nairobi rescued three Indian girls, who were trafficked from India to Kenya. Seven Nepalese women were also rescued in a joint operation by the High Commission of India in Nairobi and Kenya police.

It has been learnt that girls were trafficked by a racket, which worked out of Punjab.

"We have rescued three Indian girls from Kenya. The girls were victims of an organized crime syndicate that indulged in trafficking of girls. Seven Nepalese girls were also rescued. Their Passports and phones were taken and they were held captive in Mombasa," External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj posted on Twitter, shortly before leaving for a tour to Thailand, Indonesia and Singapore.

In a series of tweets, Swaraj appreciated the efforts of Suchitra Durai, High Commissioner of India to Kenya, as well as Karan Yadav, first secretary at the High Commission of India in Nairobi. "We thank the Kenyan Police for their help," she posted on Twitter.

All three Indian women were flown back to the country. The Ministry of External Affairs shared the details with the Punjab government to register case against the traffickers.

Re: #TheStorm - Het Q Anon verzameltopic.

Geplaatst: vr 05 jan 2018, 01:27
door fr3bzy

LOS ANGELES — An upscale Southern California oceanfront resort has been accused of human trafficking violations and exploiting its foreign interns, a majority of whom are from the Philippines and other Asian countries.

Hospitality industry labor union Unite Here Local 11 (Unite Here) on Dec. 22 filed a complaint in the US Department of State on behalf of the resort’s former interns — Falak Rashid, 23, and her fiancé Wahid Rahman, 24 — against Terranea Resort at Rancho Palos Verdes, California.

According to the complaint, the couple from Kolkata, India, were “lured with false or misleading promises to the United States to participate in a bogus ‘internship’ program,” together paying thousands of dollars and taking on debt to participate in what they were promised would be an educational experience in the culinary arts. Instead, they were reportedly put to work as ordinary employees.

The case alleges that the luxury resort has been substituting entry-level line cook positions—designated as “Cook III”—with immigrant workers on J-1 visas, which offer cultural and exchange opportunities in the United States through programs like summer work travel, student exchanges, and internships among others.

Most workers from PH

Most of the J-1 visa workers were from the Philippines, the complaint said.

Jon Tuason, a US citizen who grew up in the Philippines, was recruited by the company while a culinary school student in the Philippines and became an intern at Terranea in 2015.

Tuason told The Los Angeles Times that he spent approximately five months in the room service kitchen before being allowed to transfer to the cold kitchen. He spent the rest of his internship making salads and peeling fruit.

“I felt like a manufacturing machine,” the Times quoted Tuason as saying. “I knew it was going to be hard work—I was expecting that. But I was at least expecting to learn something from it.”

Some interns, like Rahman and Rashid, come from India and other Asian countries.

Unite Here asserted that by 2017, the resort had employed around 45 interns across its kitchens, replacing much of its entry-level cook workforce. The interns were said to have had the same tasks as regular Cook III workers, but had to pay large placement fees, were paid less, and did not receive benefits or raises.

Loss of visa threat

“We believe that the threat of losing a visa pressures people to stay quiet and raises serious concerns with the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act and Fair Labor Standards Act,” Unite Here spokesperson Andrew Cohen told the Asian Journal.

“Though this is not a typical trafficking case, these laws protect against the types of abuses Wahid and Falak say they experienced at the Terranea,” Cohen said.

Jessie Burns, a spokesperson for Terranea, told the Times that the allegations were baseless, adding that the resort had been offering culinary internships through the visa program since 2011, with over 160 students having completed the yearlong program.

“We are very proud of the students who have trained and who have gone on to launch their own culinary journey,” the Times quoted Burns as saying. “Some of our interns have successfully opened their own restaurants, and become sous chefs and chefs at other resorts.”

That was the hope of Rahman and Rashid—both recent culinary graduates from the International Institute of Hotel Management in Kolkata—who saw the internship program as a way to further their career and bring them closer to their goal of opening a restaurant back home.

Terranea Resort boasts of a 41.3-hectare estate of natural beauty, nearly 600 guest rooms and suites, and eight dining options that “range from gourmet cuisine to casual fare—all set against the Pacific Ocean.”

Skype interviews

The couple found out that they were selected for the program set to begin on Aug. 15, after completing a few Skype interviews with representatives from the program sponsoring the International Educational Exchange (IEE) agency, and representatives from the resort.

The complaint said Rahman and Rashid were promised a valuable educational experience through working in a variety of kitchens and departments, learning various cuisine, and learning about the resort’s operations as part of their internship placement plan. They were also promised opportunities to take part in cultural experiences like trips to places like Disneyland.

The plan also ensured that they would not be filling a labor need.

Rashid and Rahman said they were instead quickly put to work making pizzas, flatbreads and salads for customers. A knife safety video, an explanation of how to read kitchen tickets, and a summary of recipes were the only training materials they received. Any additional guidance they got was primarily from other interns.

The couple further said they did not receive promised help in finding housing. Rather, they were put in touch with a current employee who suggested zip codes and cities to search through on the internet and mentioned a building other J-1 interns stayed at but had no vacancies. Upon arriving in the United States for their internship, the two were forced to spend their first night at another hotel, according to the complaint.

Buying own supplies

The complaint said the couple were required to buy their own supplies, such as specific branded knives, and shoes. All in all, the couple’s expenses for the program exceeded $12,000, much of which required them and their families to borrow money.

Unite Here is seeking reimbursement for Rashid and Rahman, and that the state department conduct an investigation of Terranea’s internship program.

Other J-1 visa program participants have complained, saying they were paying to receive culinary training only to be put to work in the kitchen, Cohen said.

“Permanent kitchen staff also complain that they have to show the J-1 interns how to do basic parts of the jobs just so the kitchen can function,” he added.

“We unfortunately see all kinds of abuses of temporary workers. It’s common for companies to exploit the vulnerabilities these programs can create, and while there have been well-documented cases of J-1 visa holders being exploited, it is very unusual to see these many J-1 interns in a single hotel,” Cohen said.

The resort found itself in another class action lawsuit early last year for failing to pay workers for full hours worked, pay meal and rest breaks, and reimburse for kitchen supplies.

Back in 2011, Terranea settled a $1.1-million class action lawsuit that said the resort was not paying minimum wages or overtime as required by law.

(Editor’s Note: The author writes for Asian Journal, a news partner of

Re: #TheStorm - Het Q Anon verzameltopic.

Geplaatst: vr 05 jan 2018, 23:41
door Toxopeus

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Geplaatst: za 06 jan 2018, 04:00
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Liz Crokin: The Hillary Clinton Sex Tape Will Finally Prove That Pizzagate Is Real | Right Wing Watch ... e-is-real/

Liz Crokin: The Hillary Clinton Sex Tape Will Finally Prove That Pizzagate Is Real
Kyle MantylaBy Kyle Mantyla | November 3, 2017 10:43 am
Liz Crokin, a right-wing “journalist” who has dedicated her career to exposing the supposed fact that leading government, entertainment and business leaders are involved in a massive satanic pedophile cult, posted a video on the Liberty One TV network earlier this week in which she asserted that a sex tape featuring Hillary Clinton will soon be released and will prove once and for all that the “Pizzagate” conspiracy theory is true.

Citing an article from Newsweek about a Russian internet troll who claimed to have worked for a propaganda agency that produced a fake Clinton sex tape that was designed to be released during the 2016 election in order to help Donald Trump, Crokin insisted that a real Clinton sex tape does exist and that the Newsweek article was just an effort to condition people to dismiss it as fake once it is released.

Asserting that it was no coincidence that Newsweek posted this article since the magazine is an arm of the “deep state” and employs known pedophiles, Crokin said that a genuine sex tape featuring Clinton, her top aide Huma Abedin and an underage girl was discovered by authorities when they seized the laptop owned by Abedin’s husband, Anthony Weiner.

Crokin claimed that there were so many videos featuring high-level political figures doing horrible things to children found on Weiner’s laptop that when NYPD officers watched them, “it made grown men cry.”

It is only a matter of time before all of these files are released, Crokin said, “and if and when this happen, let me tell you, no one will be able to deny that Pizzagate isn’t real. Nobody will be able to deny that the likes of the Clintons and John Podesta and many, many politicians and many members of Congress are involved in the satanic rape and torture of kids.”

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Geplaatst: za 06 jan 2018, 20:23
door fr3bzy ... d_nn_tw_ma

An example of a child sex doll.U.K. National Crime Agency
Sex robots are nothing if not controversial. Some say they perpetuate pornographic representations of women and fuel misogyny by suggesting that consent isn’t required for sexual activity. Others call them a boon for people who have trouble with conventional sexual relationships — and couples with mismatched sex drives.

Now some experts are further stoking the sexbot debate by arguing that the devices could become a deterrent to child molestation. They envision a future in which pedophiles are prescribed childlike sexbots (CSBs) so they can act out their urges without victimizing anyone.

There’s wide agreement among experts that neither child sex dolls nor CSBs should be freely available for purchase. But some experts say the time has come to conduct scientific research to gauge their possible use as a deterrent for pedophilia, a psychiatric disorder that causes sexual attraction to prepubescent children and that is now treated with psychotherapy or, in some cases, libido-curbing drugs.

The aim would be to examine whether, when used under clinical supervision, the devices could provide a safe outlet for individuals who are sexually attracted to children.

“We don’t know the answers yet,” says Dr. Ron Arkin, a professor of robotics at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta and an expert on human-robot interactions. “But recidivism in child sex offenders is a major problem in society that needs to be addressed, and there’s a possibility that technology may be able to help with that.”

“Child sex dolls are already a reality, and in the near future childlike sexbots will exist, so we have to decide what to do about this issue,” says Marc Behrendt, a philosopher at ULB University in Belgium. “Do we ban them completely, or do we investigate on a small scale whether this technology could be helpful in preventing attacks?”

Robots Show They Can Foresee Their Own Future
With child-sized silicone sex dolls already being made and shipped globally by firms in China and Japan, Behrendt thinks it’s just a matter of time before child sex dolls are given artificial intelligence and the ability to talk and move.

Laws may be one barrier to the use of CSBs as deterrents, though. In several countries, child-sized sex dolls are outlawed as child pornography. Similar laws have yet to be enacted in the U.S., but last month, U.S. Representative Dan Donovan (R-NY) introduced legislation that would ban the importation and distribution of child sex dolls and child sexbots.

“During my 20 years as a prosecutor, I put away animals who played out their disgusting fantasies on innocent children," Donovan said in a written statement. "What I saw and heard was enough to make anybody sick. Now, as a legislator in Congress, I’m introducing a bill to ban the newest outlet for pedophiles: child sex dolls. They don’t belong in our communities.”

Norwegian customs officials confiscate a sex doll. Ola Mjaaland / NRK
Donovan, of course, is hardly alone in his abhorrence of pedophilia and his concern about child sex dolls and sexbots.

“I’ve spoken to adults who were abused as children, and they don’t support the use of CSBs,” says Dr. Kathleen Richardson, a professor of ethics and culture of robots at De Montfort University in Leicester, England and director of the U.K.-based nonprofit Campaign Against Sex Robots. “They say that pedophiles who offend are so cut off from their own humanity that giving them a machine wouldn’t address the underlying problem.”

According to Richardson, there’s no evidence that adult sex dolls or sexbots have curbed demand for prostitutes. And 85 percent of the men arrested for possession of child sex dolls in the U.K. in recent years were found to possess more familiar examples of child pornography.

At the University of Montreal, researchers led by psychologist Dr. Patrice Renaud are exploring the behavior of men with pedophilia by watching them navigate a virtual park filled with computer-simulated pre-adolescents.

Renaud and his subjects don virtual reality goggles and walk through the realistic-looking park and discuss the scenario — as a way to help the men learn coping mechanisms that curb their desires.

But realistic as the park is, Renaud says encounters with childlike robots in an actual room would be more effective as a tool for helping the men learn to control their urges in the face of temptation.

He says the bots could be programmed to display realistic fear to amplify the realism, adding that combining the encounters with cognitive behavioral therapy and electrical stimulation of the men’s brains could help them develop the empathy they need to avoid perpetrating sexual assaults on children.

“Pedophilia is difficult to treat as you can’t change this sexual preference,” Renaud says, “but you can try to help these people understand how to deal with it.”

For all his enthusiasm for employing CSBs in his research, however, Renaud is among those who are skeptical about the broader use of child sexbots. “I’m not sure we should take chances with that,” he says. “Maybe some individuals would have the self-control to stick to robots, but for others the experience may push them further to seek out real children.”