The largest artillery pieces ever made were the Little David mortar made by the United States in 1945 and Mallet’s Mortar made by Britain in 1857. Both had a caliber of 914 mm, which is about three feet. Neither were ever used in combat.
QAnon Doxxing Threat Made By ‘Anonymous’ — A threat has been made in the name of the hacktivist group “Anonymous” to “doxx” i.e. reveal the identities of the anonymous (small a) followers of Q.
We find the fear and panic puzzling. We think Q — who claims to be a government insider with access to high-level information — to be an obvious “LARP” which stands for “live action role player”.
He’s a brilliant LARP but a LARP nonetheless.
So why the panic? He (or they) haven’t hurt anybody. The worst thing done in the name of the movement was that a bridge was blocked in Nevada for a few hours. Again nobody hurt — unlike the myriad pain caused by Antifa and other supporters of Democrats.
This LARP, however, is showing himself to be a better journalist than the ones who claim to do it professionally.
He was ahead of the curve on the recent Hollywood pedophile scandals and the troubles now facing the Mullahs in Iran.
Maybe he does have some inside knowledge about some things and more revelations are coming.
Maybe that’s the reason for the panic.
QAnon Doxxing Threat Made By ‘Anonymous’
Pennsylvania Leadership Conference King of Prussia Meeting — This year’s Pennsylvania Leadership Conference October Briefing is Friday, Oct. 26, in King of Prussia, and will feature political commentator Kathy Barnette, Jonathan Williams from the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) co-author of the Rich States/Poor States report, and Republican Lieutenant Gubernatorial candidate Jeff Bartos.
Americans for Prosperity-PA will present a session on effective activism.
The PLC October Briefing is being held for the first time ever outside of Harrisburg and will take place at the Crowne Plaza in King of Prussia. WFYL-AM is co-sponsoring the gathering of conservative activists which will include a morning briefing, noon luncheon, and afternoon seminar.
The afternoon seminar presented by Conversations on the Culture is entitled Issues that Women Care About and will include a keynote speech and panel presentation.
Announcement of the 2019 Pennsylvania Leadership Conferencefeatured speaker will be made during the briefing. The 30thanniversary conference will be held April 5-6, 2019 at the Radisson Penn Harris Convention Center in Camp Hill.
The Pennsylvania Leadership Conference is the premiere gathering of public policy conservatives each year in the Keystone State. It is the largest and longest-running of the state-based conservative conferences regularly attracting a long list of conservative elected officials, scholars, journalists and activists for two days of speeches, panel presentations, workshops and networking.
Registration for seating at the PLC October Briefing is now open at www.paleadershipconference.org.
Hat tip Kim Kennedy.
Pennsylvania Leadership Conference King of Prussia Meeting
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