A number of internet researchers and reporters have asked me to evaluate some of the imagery and files that are being distributed by one George M. Nasif through his Twitter, Facebook, and website. Nasif claims to possess vast amounts of proprietary DOJ, diplomatic, intelligence community, and law enforcement records, in addition to donor credit card payments and a variety of classified emails. Nasif, who promotes himself as a network security specialist has significant presence and engagement on SM. His Twitter network alone has over 17K followers and its growing. Continue reading The Rise of the Shadow Data Brokers
On August 1st, 2019 (yesterday), Yahoo News published an article that names fringe conspiracy theories like Qanon and Pizzagate as domestic terrorist threats.
In said article there was an official-looking document, allegedly from the FBI. The document in question, reads as follows: Continue reading Calling the FBI
The case of the Awan brothers is a curious one indeed. They all performed IT or IT-related services for the members of the House of Representative; while Hilna Alvi was employed as a staffer. None of these individuals ever had background checks done on them. Continue reading The Curious Case of the Awan Brothers
Mr. Paddock was arrested and the charges brought forward. According to the legal complaint, Bruce faced 19 counts of sexual exploitation of a child and 1 count of possession of child pornography.
Bruce appeared to have had some 236 CDs with thousands of images of children, some of them under the age of 12, plus some 600 images in his pc. According to one source*: Continue reading Brother Paddock
A false flag is a covert operation event, usually perpetrated by a group belonging to or allied with our own government. It is designed to control populations through fear via a manufactured enemy; and often results in a mass-casualty deaths. Some of these events use crisis actors as victims, which means that there are no real casualties, though it is staged to seem like it.
The false flag formula follows a few simple rules:
Drills. There are always military drills, or police drills or fire brigade drills on the day of the event at a nearby location. This is no small feast and actually takes some major planning and coordination. Continue reading How to Spot a False Flag
Qanon and their band of grifters often tell people that ‘nobody is making money off Qanon’, and that ‘patriots don’t do it for the money’. In fact, is one of their main mottos; but as it turns out, they are all doing it for the money and profiting off other people’s research and hard work. This can be said for my friends at SaneStreams, and I can vouch personally of my own research having been used by somebody else without due credit or permission at all. Continue reading Qanon: the Qult and the legend – Part 7.1
A lot has been said about ‘the 4am talking points’, and how Qanon super-secret-Intel were able to find the information before it became news. On the one hand, we have the explanation given by UnirockTV’s pastebin. The pastebin was a copy of an email UnirockTV says he received from one of the alleged ‘Qanon bakers’. In said email, the baker explains how easy it was for skilled computer people to simply hack into the ‘cloud news’ where most of the pre-packaged news were going to be served as talking points the following morning to the general public. Continue reading Qanon: the Qult and the legend – Part 6
11- The Excuses As a follow-up from Part 4, I was going to do a ‘damage control’ section with all the many excuses given by the ‘main Qanon accounts‘ to account for when nothing at all happens after building up expectation and key dates for weeks and, sometimes, even months. But then I realized this to be fairly pointless exercise and an unbelievable waste of time. … Continue reading Qanon: the Qult and the legend- Part 5
10- A history of failed predictions and lies Below are some examples (not all) of lies and failed predictions pertaining to Qanon. The first 10 are a recap of what it has been debunked so far in previous posts. The rest is listed in no particular order, just as I found the information or remembered something specifically: 1- The IG report was not ‘secret’ knowledge from … Continue reading Qanon: the Qult and the legend – Part 4
8- A history of violence The Qanon community claim themselves to be a non-violent research group that thinks for themselves, and definitely not a cult. In fact, every time a threat is issued, whether is a violent threat or a doxing threat, they all claim that is just a ‘couple of people‘ and definitely a minority of deranged people. The Qanon community claim themselves to be a non-violent research group that thinks for … Continue reading Qanon: the Qult and the legend – Part 3
This is akin to Pavlov’s experimenting with dogs and conditioning their behavior. Humans, it transpires, are easily malleable and can also be conditioned under very similar circumstances. We are, after all, also animals. Political animals, perhaps, but animals, nonetheless. And so Qanon played on this repetition for the full effect of its conditioning:
Trust the plan Continue reading Qanon: the Qult and the legend – Part 2
1-The personal aspect: Elemi, you don’t know anything about Qanon I discovered Qanon back late October, purely by accident. Perhaps the same day the LARP started or maybe a day or two later. I can’t recall. I do recall seeing some videos on YouTube about it all done by Tracy Beanz (who previously hosted a relatively unknown talk show named “TD Uncensored With Tracy Diaz”); though at … Continue reading Qanon: the Qult and the Legend – Part 1
It is clear to me that some people are unable or unwilling to accept facts, even if they dance around naked in front of them. When confronted by solid scientific evidence that goes against one’s beliefs, people tend to experience a type of cognitive dissonance that leaves them paralyzed and blind to facts. So instead of embracing the possibility that things might exist outside our own limited … Continue reading The art of discrediting without facts: the case of invisible entities
People on both sides of the political spectrum have very different perceptions of the life of Mr McCain. There are those who are rejoicing at his death, and while is not my place to question their reasons, it is my place to question their relentless attacks to his surviving family members. Is a son responsible for the deeds of his father? I see too much hatred. Too much of a mob mentality. A herd on either side that is easily swayed and divided by the newspapers and underground movements Continue reading The Justice of Q: is John McCain really dead?