Monday Observations on 8kun, Jim Watkins and Q
As we prepare for the return of 8chan/8kun and Q, I’d like to thank those who have not given up hope for a return of justice and liberty. Your prayers and encouragement to others are critical to the success of this mission. Some people have expressed concern that the inability of 8chan/8kun to return to normal service and the inability of Q to continue posting is a poor reflection on Q, the President, and the integrity of the operation. A review of Q’s operation so far may provide a helpful perspective.
Q began posting on the 4chan board /pol/ on October 28, 2017 and chose that board for specific reasons.
4chan users can remain anonymous, which is why government employees sometimes use this board to drop information about public corruption. Because Q’s operation involves the exposure of powerful, corrupt people, Q must remain anonymous if he wants to stay alive. 4chan provided the anonymity he needed. 4chan is frequented by computer geeks who are adept at bringing together information from articles, videos, public records, and other sources. The presence of thousands of skilled internet researchers is one reason why Q’s operation was launched on 4chan.
Anons have researched posts from intelligence community insiders (both real and fake) for years. People regularly show up on 4chan claiming to be an agent from the CIA or another intelligence agency. They’ll claim to have insider information on an investigation or predict the arrest of a famous person, and usually, they’re never heard from again. Many of these predictions don’t come true because a lot of these so-called insiders are frauds. Dealing with frauds has made the anons of 4chan a jaded lot. You have to provide a mountain of proof before they buy your “intelligence insider” story.
Q knew the anons were skeptics. It’s one reason he chose to post on 4chan. His messages needed to be vetted for legitimacy. He knew anons would intensely scrutinize his posts and if they could be verified, Q would gain the trust of some of the most skeptical people on the planet. Gaining the trust of skeptics was vital to the operation. Q claims to have access to the President. That claim could only be verified through careful and exhaustive analysis.
Once verified by anons, Q could provide vetted information about the real stories behind world events and the facts of history that have been hidden from us. Less than a month after he began posting, Q indicated that 4chan had been infiltrated, and he was moving to 8chan.
Q could (as some have suggested) go back to posting on 4chan if his operation was only about providing information. But his operation requires him to verify that he is the actual person communicating to us. He left 4chan because it was infiltrated with enemies. Maintaining operational security and verifying his identity is critical if his message is to be taken seriously.
Q has chosen to post on 8chan because it provides a platform free of censorship, it provides anonymity, and it allows him to coordinate with anons who research and reply to his posts. 8chan is an ideal environment to carry out such an operation.
8chan has been offline since August 5th, 2019, because tech companies have been threatened and harassed into denying them service. Q and 8 chan have become a threat to the establishment to the point where Silicon Valley has been weaponized against them. I don’t see the inability of 8chan to return to normal service as a poor reflection on their ability to foresee problems and mitigate them. It’s evidence of the extremes that corrupt people will go to in order to keep their secrets hidden from the public.
I’ve read all the comments that have posted on my recent messages. Some readers have proposed simplistic solutions. If a simple solution were a viable option, it would have been implemented already. The problems are far more complex than most people realize. I trust that Codemonkey and Jim Watkins will have 8kun online soon. I suspect (but I can’t confirm) that they have several options for bringing the platform online, and they’re running through their options, one at a time. Rather than being critical of their methods, I would suggest being patient and perhaps, praying for them.
For those who are concerned about Q’s identity when he returns, Q’s tripcode is password protected. It secures his message and verifies his identity. I don’t think there is any reason to worry, but it would be wise to check out his posts when he returns and carefully evaluate whether it’s the same Q.
Many people have commented on the “odd” behavior of Jim Watkins on his recent live streams. I’ve taken a wait and see attitude on this. People have been messaging me for weeks, suggesting that Jim has been dropping coded messages in his live streams. Last night, two things became apparent:
1) Jim’s odd behavior (at least to a degree) is an act. Fearing he would be censored by YouTube, he’s been acting corny because, in his words, “corny people don’t get censored.”
2) It seems likely that Watkins may be dropping coded information on his live streams. If you’re an astute observer, and if you review his previous broadcasts, you might pick up a few things you didn’t see before.
Or Qcumber dance?
“Double meanings work well against sniffers.”
8kun Update October 20, 2019