Q Will Never Win
Finding Vindication Through QAnon is an Impossible Task
At the end of the movie “LBJ” the President stands in the Oval Office with his staff and gives them a pep talk. As his speech winds to a close he tells them “John Kennedy gave people hope. Now we’re going to give them results.” He means to take the fallen President’s agenda and see it put into action. The hope was a good thing, but without results it is meaningless.
I say this as I like to imagine the leaders of QAnon gathering around a Zoom meeting and talking about how their missing leader gave people hope, but now they are going to do that, mixed in with some fear, as for results. They have no plan to give anyone results because they can’t. QAnon was always about Trump and Q saving the day and now that’s clearly never going to happen.
In my travels through QAnon land I often come across messages from the supposed thought leaders of the movement telling their followers that they need to be patient, that they need to accept and understand that things will happen Q/Trump want them to happen and not one second before. That the inscrutable timing of “The Plan” is something that not even they know, but they do know that we must continue to trust in it no matter how long it takes for something to finally happen. The latest of these screeds was posted by Awakened Outlaw on Telegram.
The opening paragraph of this message seems to be supportive. It tells the reader that the writer gets it, you must bear the burden of knowing about the horrors of Hillary Clinton feasting on children while nobody else does. You want her to be arrested (Which she would have if Q had let her cut a deal in QDrop 276) and so do I, but these things take time so we gotta be cool and wait a bit.
It’s from here that Outlaw gives up on being supportive and tells his followers to suck it up, buttercup. That dealing with the horrible truth sucks but we all need to wait till QAnon is big enough to allow for The Great Awakening to happen. He’s pretty much telling his readers they need to convert more people to the movement if they want to see any results.
The problem with this line of reasoning is that it’s not reflected in reality at all. Americans believe all sorts of crazy stuff. A majority of Americans think Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone in the assassination of President Kennedy and the polling on this has been consistent ever since it first happened and yet none of the supposed conspiracies have been uncovered. To this day nobody has been convicted for the crime of assassinating JFK. 90% of all Americans want background checks for gun purchases and yet when Republicans blocked the latest attempt to pass a law to institute them after the shooting at Sandy Hook they were not punished and instead the Republican Donald Trump was elected President and had a GOP controlled House and Senate to work with.
The idea that there needs to be some sort of mass consciousness required to allow for there to be action against the Deep State is a con designed to excuse the lack of results from Q. Having to wait for enough people to embrace QAnon is a fool’s errand because nobody could ever know the exact demographics of who is buying in and who gave up. What’s needed to get anything done is evidence which is something QAnon doesn’t provide.
Outlaw then makes a claim that the Deep State would do bad things if we arrested them. This is a ridiculous claim to make. QAnon accuses the Cabal of slaughtering thousands of children to drink their blood while running a world-wide criminal cartel that runs guns, drugs, and anything else they can make a buck off of on top of the human trafficking and now we’re worried they’ll hit us with another 9/11 if we arrest them? They already hit us with one of those. If you’re trying to say Q is supposed to disable these mass casualty events to make the arrest go smoothly then what is he waiting for? We’re over four years since Trump was President and Q had the might of the federal government to get the job done. QAnon never holds Q or Trump to account for their failures because that would ruin the fun of QAnon.
Outlaw then sticks the landing by declaring these people are the problem. Your doubting of The Plan is what’s making it so hard to have The Plan finally come to fruition. If you would quit complaining and get back to believing maybe we’d have a shot at saving the world before 2030. He takes his followers justified concern over the obvious lack of progress in arresting all the bad guys. They see that millions are getting vaccinated every day in America and they worry about things going wrong and are told it’s their fault these things are happening. Their doubt is why grandma is willingly being chipped by Bill Gates.
Now dear QAnon follower if you’ve made it this far, I want to let you in on a secret. There is no LBJ coming to give you results. I know this from personal experience. If you’re just getting into this stuff due to QAnon you’ve been around for three years at the most. If Pizzagate is what “redpilled” you then you’re in the game for four years. If Lady Gaga’s meat dresses and other outlandish acts made you look into what was going on you’re on year thirteen. 9/11? That’ll put you at an even twenty years. The assassination of JFK? That’s nearly sixty years of searching for answers. Nothing has happened. Nobody’s been arrested, no mass protests, no nationwide movement to demand truth.
All that happens with conspiracy theories, even the ones that get accepted by the general public (Like the JFK assassination) is that it becomes a bone of contention for people to complain about, an argument at a bar. Instead of debating LeBron or Jordan people argue if it was Oswald or the CIA. It’s a rabbit hole that has no bottom and also no rabbit. The people telling you to shut up and keep believing know this as well as I do. How long will you let them sucker you for? When will hope no longer be enough and you’ll start demanding results?