QAnon sprung sprung forth as the Alt-Right was gaining momentum via relatively free social media access, and real-life rallies and assemblies which were antithetical to the goals of our ruling class. When an organic, grassroots dissident movement like the AR started winning hearts and minds at an incredible pace, Q was the red herring to lead millions of White middle Americans astray.
Q kept people within the realm of system-acceptable political belief while allowing the average Trump voter a hint of our elite’s dirty secrets. For many, Q’s emphasis on podophiles and human trafficking confirmed what they had already suspected. Confirmation bias is powerful. But for many others uninitiated in the depravities of the current year, gaining forbidden knowledge of an ancient death cult made them go mad with curiosity and rage. Q exploded onto the scene, stealing air from the Alt-Right’s sails, condemning our faction, and herding its adherents into the pen of system-created and system-approved dissent.
This effectively became another off-ramp for potentially radical political energy of the masses of the populist right.
“We enemies of the State must unlearn what we’ve been taught throughout most of our lives. We cannot continue to rely on various third parties’ permission to exist. We must prioritize our own tribe above all else. This involves abandoning System-backed software (and institutions). We need to build our own societies, parallel to the dysgenic hellholes most of us find ourselves in. This effort includes handling our own means of communication just as much as it includes growing/producing good food, being knowledgeable and useful, and striking the enemy where it hurts them the most.”