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QAnon has no ideology

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At first glance, the QAnon movement would appear to be pro-Trump and very right-wing. However, that aspect is just a vector into the mind-control aspect. The same people behind QAnon have also infiltrated left-wing movements like Occupy and NODAPL (The anti Dakota Access Pipeline movement).

These schemes have all had the same goal: inflicting mind-control on a population, subjecting them to a PSYOPs Alternative Reality Game (ARG) for the pure enjoyment of the malignant narcissist puppet masters. They use a narrative as the basis for the game, but really those at the top of the power pyramid have no sincere interest in the purported cause. It turns out, for whatever reasons, the QAnon narrative has had the most success in spreading the ARG virus, so they use that narrative as the basis for the game.

An ethical ARG, such as the Microsoft Halo ARG, sets guard rails to keep the players safe and keep the game fun. QAnon has no such guard rails. An unethical ARG with no guard rails is how you end up with someone storming into a pizza parlor, loaded for bear, terrifying patrons, looking for a non-existent basement, expecting to find trafficked children there, who were on the menu, then finding nothing and getting arrested.

Courtesy Steven Hassan - 

In the QAnon cult, like other mind-control cults, people that feel very high up are often in fact not, and they are not privy to the inner workings of the PSYOPs. This was certainly the case of very high-ranking members of the NXIVM cult, who eventually broke free and exposed the leaders.

The 'Pizzagate' gunman was left high-and-dry by the QAnon leaders. He was not part of the true inner circle. He was arrested and sentenced to four years in prison. He was simply a core devotee, serving the QAnon masters, spreading the ARG virus, but not at all doing service in curbing child trafficking or "stopping democrats" or any of the purported "right-wing" agenda of QAnon.

The FBI has designated the QAnon movement as a potential domestic extremist threat whose messages could lead to “violent acts.”
“The FBI assesses these conspiracy theories very likely will emerge, spread, and evolve in the modern information marketplace, occasionally driving both groups and individual extremists to carry out criminal or violent acts.” 

This is because the ARG has now managed to radicalize a particular segment of its followers who are preparing for violent confrontations and feel justified in such because of the PSYOPs brainwashing. Anything is justified if you're saving the world and protecting children. 

See QAnon: a timeline of violence linked to the conspiracy theory.

Also for more info on the QAnon scheme, see: QAnon - Don't call it a conspiracy theory which includes a link to a great 90-minute TEDxMidAtlantic video on the subject.

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