World Affairs Brief, June 29, 2018 Commentary and Insights on a Troubled World.
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“QANON” BEATS THE DRUMS FOR REGIME CHANGE IN IRAN
Here’s more evidence that QAnon, who masquerades as a pro-Trump insider, is actually a neocon globalist trying to influence the Trump crowd to support the coming attack on Iran. Anti-media published this excellent analysis by Caitlin Johnstone
I have been saying all year that the 8chan phenomenon known as “QAnon” is bogus, and as time has gone on the evidence has become overwhelming that it is an establishment psyop designed to herd the populist right into accepting the narratives and agendas of the establishment orthodoxy.
Whether they’re claiming that every capitulation the Trump administration makes to longstanding neoconservative agendas is actually brilliant 4-D chess strategy, or saying that Julian Assange isn’t really trapped in the Ecuadorian embassy, QAnon enthusiasts are constantly regurgitating talking points which just so happen to fit in very conveniently with the interests of America’s defense and intelligence agencies.
A recent “Q drop” (a fancy name for an anonymous user posting text onto a popular internet troll message board with zero accountability) makes this more abundantly clear than ever, with text reading as follows:
“Free Iran!!! Fight, Fight, Fight. Regime change. People have the power. We stand with you.” -Q
Once you’re cheering for a longtime neoconservative agenda to be accomplished in one of George W Bush’s “Axis of Evil” countries, you are cheering for the establishment. Or, to put it more clearly to Q followers, you are cheering for the deep state.
Next, she launches into some pretty good arguments that counter the notion that intervention in Iran is right and proper–just because Trump is doing it instead of the normal neocons.
So now you have conspiracy-minded populist right wingers being manipulated into supporting the same standard Bush administration globalist agendas that Alex Jones built his career on attacking. The support for regime change interventionism in Iran isn’t limited to the QAnon crowd, having now gone fully mainstream throughout Trump’s base, and I’d like to address a few of the arguments here that they have been bringing to me: