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We are a Conspiracy Forum, right? I should have started this long ago. We have some great minds on this forum, so let's give it a go, shall we? I will give you a video to start with and a link to find his posts. Then the posts he made today. QAnon Posts - FULL BACKUP this is up to the 18th of Feb. 2018 I will post from then, until today below 793 Feb 18 2018 18:20:01Q!UW.yye1fxo110 FREEDOM_.png FOR GOD & COUNTRY. 794 Feb 20 2018 22:44:40Q!UW.yye1fxoID: b0b86f448338NEW Stay tuned. Everything has meaning or a purpose. @Jack - getting nervous? Phase . Q 795 Feb 20 2018 22:51:08Q!UW.yye1fxoID: b0b86f448399NEW The gun found by the USSS was an intercept we provided. This is not a game. Protect code went live. Code signals clean. We are moving up the timetable. Q 796 Feb 20 2018 22:58:12Q!UW.yye1fxoID: b0b86f448465NEW >>448410 Big post. @Jack thought he was protected. No sleep since drop. Tasked  to remove followers in drip order and restrict. Coincidence? HOT in DC. No sleep. Stay tuned. Q 797 Feb 20 2018 23:02:49Q!UW.yye1fxoID: b0b86f448510NEW >>448451 Coincidence? Q 798 Feb 20 2018 23:11:10Q!UW.yye1fxoID: b0b86f448584NEW AG Sessions. US Cyber Task Force. Important. Q 799 Feb 21 2018 17:20:23Q!UW.yye1fxo452NEW   Patriot 1. a person who loves, supports, and defends his or her country and its interests with devotion. 2. a person who regards himself or herself as a defender, especially of individual rights, against presumed interference by the federal government. Traitor 1. a person who betrays another, a cause, or any trust. 2. a person who commits treason by betraying his or her country. Q 800 Feb 21 2018 17:34:05Q!UW.yye1fxo453NEW SEC_TEST_1_ SEC_TEST_2_ SEC_TEST_3_ SEC_TEST_4_ SEC_TEST_5_ [DEVICE_1_X] [SECURE_COMMS_ACT] [SIG_5:5_READ] https://imgur.com/a/pWRXr [ ] https://imgur.com/a/pcqZp ] (bracket closed when posted) Q SAT_SEC_1_X_GOODSAT_REC_GOODSAT_RELAY_GOODSAT_PING_GOODSAT_SIG_GOODSAT_LINE_GOODSAT_HOLD_CONFHOLD_NOW_CONFSAT_HOLD_DED_1_X_YES DED=Digital Encryption Device Tx to RS and Aco-BezerkSAT_HOLD_DED_1_X_CONF_60DSAT_HOLD_DED_OPT_60D+AUTH_HOLD_REL_GOOD 801 Feb 21 2018 17:49:10Q!UW.yye1fxo454NEW DELTA  CONF. COMMS GOOD. OPERATIONAL. Q 802 Feb 21 2018 21:47:02Q!UW.yye1fxoID: 403fc2458430NEW https://www.archives.gov/files/research/jfk/releases/docid-32403785.pdf https://www.intelligence.senate.gov/sites/default/files/hearings/ciasuseofjournal00unit.pdf Why are the above [public declassified docs] highly protected? Q 803 Feb 21 2018 21:53:06Q!UW.yye1fxoID: 403fc2458475NEW >>458430 Scroll through both docs. Q This is the end of the posts through Feb. 21, 2018 from the following link https://qanonmap.github.io/
breezy posted a topic in General DiscussionCIA Agent Confesses On Deathbed: ‘We Blew Up WTC7 On 9/11’ July 13, 2017 Baxter Dmitry "79-year-old retired CIA agent, Malcom Howard, has made a series of astonishing claims since being released from hospital in New Jersey on Friday and told he has weeks to live. Mr. Howard claims he was involved in the “controlled demolition” of World Trade Center 7, the third building that was destroyed on 9/11. Mr. Howard, who worked for the CIA for 36 years as an operative, claims he was tapped by senior CIA agents to work on the project due to his engineering background, and early career in the demolition business. Trained as a civil engineer, Mr. Howard became an explosives expert after being headhunted by the CIA in early 1980s. Mr. Howard says has extensive experience in planting explosives in items as small as cigarette lighters and as large as “80 floor buildings.” The 79-year-old New Jersey native says he worked on the CIA operation they dubbed “New Century” between May 1997 and September 2001, during a time he says the CIA “was still taking orders from the top.” Mr. Howard says he was part of a cell of 4 operatives tasked with ensuring the demolition was successful. Mr. Howard says the World Trade Center 7 operation is unique among his demolitions, as it is the only demolition that “we had to pretend wasn’t a demolition job”. He claims he had no problem going through with the deception at the time, because “when you are a patriot, you don’t question the motivation of the CIA or the White House. You assume the bigger purpose is for a greater good. They pick good, loyal people like me, and it breaks my heart to hear the shit talk.” [John Kerry Admits WTC 7 Was Brought Down By Controlled Demolition] But even he admits that now, looking back, “Something wasn’t right.” snip http://yournewswire.com/cia-911-wtc7/ PNAC = Project for a NEW American CENTURY Released a White Paper in September of 1997, calling for a "New Pearl Harbor".
breezy posted a topic in SCIENCE FUTURESShara Tibken November 29, 2013 The chip giant is working on "perceptual computing" technology that will sense your emotions and your body language. Here's an inside look. "SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- If the next big wave in devices turns out to be gestures and eye tracking, Intel wants to be ready. Intel is the king of PCs, but it hasn't always been ahead of evolving innovations. Its processors power more than 80 percent of the world's computers and the vast majority of its servers, but Intel has made little headway in smartphones and tablets. To spur interest in PCs again, as well as persuade more mobile device makers to use its chips, Intel has devoted significant resources and efforts to something it calls "perceptual computing." Perceptual computing may sound like a jargony, marketing term, but it does just what it says -- it uses the senses to help technology interpret what's going on around it. Those features, such as gestures, facial recognition, and voice recognition, should all make devices more "natural, intuitive, and immersive," says Anil Nanduri, one of the Intel executives in charge of the company's efforts in perceptual computing. The goal is getting "sensory inputs that make [computers] more human like," Nanduri said. "Once you give computers the ability to assess depth, a lot of wonderful things can happen." Devices will be able to sense emotion and detect a person's biometric data simply using a camera. They'll be able to carry on conversations with users and understand context -- or what "play me some jazz" means -- instead of simply following commands. Computers will be able to pick out individual fingers instead of simply recognizing an entire hand or the fact that a person is present. And they'll create more immersive augmented reality, such as digital versions of children's pop-up books." http://news.cnet.com/8301-1001_3-57614001-92/wave-fingers-make-faces-the-future-of-computing-at-intel/