The Q Phenomenon & Pope Francis… 

From The American Thinker…

Q first appeared in October 2017 on an anonymous online forum called 4Chan, posting messages that implied top-clearance knowledge of upcoming events. More than 3,000 messages later, Q has created a disturbing, multi-faceted portrait of a global crime syndicate that operates with impunity. Q’s followers in the QAnon community faithfully analyze every detail of Q’s drops, which are compiled here and here.

The mainstream media has published hundreds of articles attacking Q as an insane rightwing conspiracy, particularly after President Trump seemed to publicly confirm his connection to it. At a North Carolina rally in 2019, Trump made a point of drawing attention to a baby wearing a onesie with a big Q.

If you’re unfamiliar with Q or only know it through the media’s attacks, I’d like to provide a brief introduction to this extraordinary phenomenon. I’ve followed Q since the first drop, and I’ve grown increasingly impressed by the accuracy, breadth and depth of Q’s messages. Q followers were prepared long in advance for the easing of hostilities with North Korea, the deflation of the mullahs of Iran, and the discovery of Ukraine as a hotbed of corruption for American politicians. They knew a great deal about Jeffrey Epstein’s activities before the public did and anticipate even more shocking revelations to come. As Q likes to say, “Future proves past.” As Q’s predictions come true, they lend retroactive credibility to the entire enterprise.

Q’s followers believe that Q is a military intelligence operation, the first of its kind, whose goal is to provide the public with secret information. Many Q followers think the Q team was founded by Admiral Michael Rogers, the former Director of the National Security Agency and former Commander of US Cyber Command. Some suspect that Dan Scavino, White House Director of Social Media, is part of the team, because the high quality of Q’s writing has the luster of a communications expert.

Q is a new weapon in the game of information warfare, bypassing a hostile media and corrupt government to communicate directly with the public. Think of Q as a companion to Trump’s twitter. Whereas Trump communicates bluntly and directly, Q is cryptic, sly and subtle, offering only clues that beg for context and connection.
Here’s the way it works: Q posts messages (also known as “drops” or “crumbs”) on an anonymous online forum, which are discussed, analyzed, and critiqued by the board’s inhabitants. (The forum has changed a few times after massive online attacks.) Hundreds of social media accounts then spread Q’s latest posting to worldwide followers who share their research, analysis, and interpretations of Q’s latest information…

The “fake news” decried by President Trump is losing credibility and audience by the day. Q has exposed the 4 A.M. drops that provide the daily talking points to media personnel, so they can all parrot the same propaganda. Q has also named various journalists whom he says take bribes.

[It is painful to learn that] “those you trust the most” (in Q’s phrase) are deceiving you. Beloved celebrities, religious leaders, doctors, educators, innovators, and do-gooders are all in on the hoax…

[Deborah Franklin, author of above article in The American Thinker lists various sayings of Q including the following…]

We know what happens in the end. God wins. Many times, Q has asked us to pray. He’s quoted the famous Biblical lines of Ephesians 6:12, “For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.” We’re living through monumental times. It’s comforting that Q believes that if we work together, God wins. End of extracts…  Note: Deborah Franklin is the pen name of a writer who fears professional retribution.  Source


So, with “religious leaders” listed among those who are “in on the hoax”, what is the likelihood that Pope Francis might be implicated in the Q phenomenon?  Remember, as one commentator on YouTube notes: The term “conspiracy theories” was invented by the CIA in order to make people who question the JFK assassination look foolish. What is really foolish is to believe that there are no conspiracies.

Personally, I don’t know what to think about the Q phenomenon – what do YOU think?

18 responses

  1. I’ve followed Q from afar, I don’t go on the Chans but keep abreast of developments through Praying Medic and a couple of others. I’m intrigued and hopeful but ultimately agnostic about the whole thing. My gut tells me Q is President Trump and a few trusted advisers playing head games with their globalist enemies while dropping crumbs/clues to stoke the zeal of their base.

    I’ve decided that I will make up my mind to accept or dismiss the phenomenon after the 2020 election. If I don’t see mass arrests and heads rolling after Trump is safely ensconced in a second term, then I will presume the whole thing was an elaborate larper psy-op.

    As for our Holy Father, with or without Q, I believe our pontiff is seriously compromised. Assuming Q is true, I suspect that his mitered head will find its way to the chopping block during the Storm.

  2. I’ve seen references to “Q” in various places, but never looked into it. I was surprised to learn that Q has only been around since October of 2017 – quite a following for such a short shelf-life!

    On the subject of so-called conspiracy theories, Catholics should recall the many papal exposes of the hidden conspiracies of the Freemasons against the Church and against Western Civilization, exposes beginning not long after this evil sect surfaced in 1717 in London. So if Catholics are going to reject these theories without investigating them, then I suppose they are also rejecting papal wisdom, papal warnings and papal documents. Conspiracies do exist, and have existed since the dawn of recorded history.

    (One variation of the rejection of conspiracies is characterized as the “Reds under the bed” mentality, which several bloggers, including a priest, have exhibited over the years.)

    On the subject of Pope Benedict’s resignation, I recall that Michael Matt of The Remnant, after Donald Trump was elected, publicly asked the US Justice Department to investigate whether Obama was involved in the mysterious resignation of Pope Benedict, and cited the immediate restoration of credit card transactions for the Vatican after his resignation – transactions which had been suspended since the beginning of 2013.

    As to whether Pope Francis is a member of the “Deep State,” or just its useful idiot saturated in Marxist lies and stupidity, I prefer the latter explanation. Speaking of Francis and Q, I believe Q predicted early in 2018 that it was not going to be a very good year for Pope Francis. Sure enough, the McCarrick scandal exploded later that year.

    Finally, as early as 1798, John Robison was exposing the details of the conspiracy known as the French Revolution:

    Also on the French Revolution Masonic conspiracy, Abbe Barruel wrote a book the same year called “Memoirs Illustrating the History of Jacobinism, ” translated into English the following year.

  3. To be honest I think we do not know the half of what goes on, whether in our security services here or in US or global politics. And to be even more honest, I think if we did know we would be scared to get up in the mornings!
    There is a very dangerous underworld, or over world, that has enormous power and perhaps very few scruples about what they do. We can pray for peace and justice then gather our children or grandchildren in our arms and hope for a better world for them to inherit.

  4. Dear Editor,
    Are Q-Anon alleged ‘Masonic-Satanic-Communist-Jesuit-Jewish’ secret plots and conspiracy theories going to be discussed at the upcoming Catholic Truth Scotland conference?

      • I’m quite interested in the phenomenon of all this 4Chan/Q-Anon stuff now being taken up in Traditionalist Catholic circles.
        If this kind of Q conspiracy (Pizzagate etc) is being discussed as part of the conference then I’m sure you’d shift a few more tickets among the type of people who probably spend a little too much time on the internet, I’d certainly be interested.

        • Plus Sanctus,

          Our Seminar is designed to allow maximum audience interaction with our panel. So, when we have our Panel Meeting, which is arranged for February, we will be considering, among other things, the questions and comments likely to come from the audience. That is why we left the Seminar thread open, for bloggers to ask the kind of questions which you have (naturally) asked on this topic thread. It’s worth noting, too, that we will be catering for those who are happy to ask for the microphone to put their question to the panel (or a particular panellist) as well as those who prefer to put their question in writing, so anyone who wishes to make a comment or ask a question on any relevant topic, will have the opportunity to do so. All will be heard (or read!)

          In other words, we will be noting that there is an interest in the Q phenomenon, and panellists will be aware that it would be useful for them to have an opinion to hand!

          We await your ticket order!

          • Editor,

            Interesting bit of ironic trivia about “Q”: the apostates (mostly Jesuits – what a shock) who formed the “Jesus Seminar” some years ago endorsed, among other screwball nonsense, the theory that all the Gospels were drawn from the same non-extant manuscript, which they called “Q.” Q, of course, unlike the internet counterpart, doesn’t exist, but served as a way to undermine Divine Revelation.


            • RCA Victor,

              Why are they all picking the letter Q? That seems strange.

              It’s also odd to say “Q” (unknown entity) wrote anything, let alone Holy Scripture, LOL!

  5. This is the first time I have heard of this phenomenon and am puzzled as to what to make of it all.

    I was tempted to write it off as some batty hoax, but then if the activity of this person(s) marginalises the media and politicians then it must have some merit!

    • RCA Victor,

      I’ve read some of those 841 comments under the American Think article and the verdict seems to be fairly evenly spit between “Q believers” and sceptics. I’m getting more confused by the nano-second!

  6. It certainly is true, for the average person who has never lifted the public square rock to see what is crawling underneath, that this whole Q-Anon phenomenon appears to fit right in with the old “Spy vs. Spy” comic strip in Mad Magazine:

    However, as I pointed out above, those who are skeptical should carefully read the condemnations of Freemasonry issued by numerous Popes…not to mention the two books I also posted above.

    • RCA Victor,

      I agree – there are plenty of papal condemnations of Freemasonry to show that so-called conspiracy theories are all too often not theories at all.

      Loved your cartoon!

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