Qanon movement fascinates us — More mass shootings and more calls to put ink on paper banning guns — at least for those who respect the ink on the paper.
We will say it again and again and again. The problem isn’t access to firearms for the sane and law-abiding.
The solution is not to put ink on paper banning guns but to change our culture. We have to inculcate a respect for life. Mass shootings strangely didn’t start until abortion was declared a right. We have to end the nihilism that is practically our state religion. If we are merely the results of random events fixed by a need to survive until procreation, who is to judge mass murder? Yes, we have to teach in our schools, and recognize in our art and entertainment that we are the creation of a loving God and that each of us has inherent worth.
We have to stop telling young men that masculinity is a bad thing. We have to tell them that they are important and necessary to a happy society.
And our media has to stop lying to us and covering up for the corrupt. You all saw this story right? Ha.
Until President Trump made it a campaign issue most had never heard of Juanita Broaddrick. Remember how the old media handled the matter when it would have really mattered?
The Qanon movement fascinates us. We can’t sign on to it — at least not completely — but its record of political prediction is a magnitude better than that of the old media.
And we will note that on July 31, Q cryptically posted this on 8ch.net:
Our thoughts and prayers are that the massively corrupt, incestuous cabal of Hollywood, the media and Washington come crashing down and that we embrace a culture of unity and kindness rather than the one of selfishness, division and hate that they try to encourage.
Qanon movement fascinates us