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Q from 4chan and 8chan is a dis-info distraction! How do I know!


Q-ships, also known as Q-boats, decoy vessels, special service ships, or mystery ships, were heavily armed merchant ships with concealed weaponry, designed to lure submarines into making surface attacks. This gave Q-ships the chance to open fire and sink them.

They were used by the British Royal Navy (RN) and the German Kaiserliche Marine during the First World War and by the RN, the Kriegsmarine and the United States Navy during the Second World War (1939–45).

I've told you. Now the burden is lifted.

Ultimate nod. I Pet Goat II.


Omarosa is Q

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The sky is falling, yikes !
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A naked man in Fairfax County, Va., rode on the back of a truck going down a highway, causing cars to crash, according to police Tuesday.

An unidentified naked man caused quite a commotion on Route 28 while sitting on the top of a flatbed truck and striking the top of the vehicle. The naked man was originally involved in a car crash that turned violent when he allegedly assaulted another driver involved in the crash, according to police, reported NBC Washington.


What's with all the weird and strange news!
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Today, scientists led by Stephen Hawking are using high-tech scanners to discover if a huge, cigar-shaped 'comet' is in fact, an alien probe.  

Now, one astronomer claims that the space rock, named Oumuamua, could be an alien spacecraft with broken engines that is tumbling through our solar system.

Dr Jason Wright from Penn State University suggests that a broken alien spacecraft  move in exactly the same way as the interstellar comet.


Well this could change everything...  What a way to foreshadow!
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Because they seem familiar to me!

From left to right.

Top left Map. Last Major Hurricane brush Spot.

SnowFlakes. All the Snow.

Buildings on Fire. All the Fires.

Sharks. In the news a lot this December.

Brain split. Division in thinking. left / right etc.

What's next......
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This New York suburb is getting crappier by the day.

Orchard Park residents have a “Mad Pooper” on their hands — one woman has called cops about a delinquent defecator stinking up her lawn, and someone placed an ad warning the foul feces fiend to quit it, the Buffalo News reported.

“To the person/jogger who is pooping on our lawns in the Village of O.P.: STOP!!” the anonymous ad in the Orchard Park PennySaver reads.

Multiple homeowners have been victims and are determined to catch the pooper in the act.


I don't even know what to say
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The following is a guest post by Dr. Kaayla Daniel, author of The Whole Soy Story and blogger at Dr. Kaayla Daniel The Naughty Nutritionist. Thank you Dr. Kaayla for sharing with us!

Soy infant formula should only be used as a last resort.

That’s the word from the Israeli Health Ministry, French Food Agency, German Institute of Risk Assessment, British Dietetic Association and other government health organizations around the world.

The biggest danger is the phytoestrogens (plant estrogens) found in all soybeans, organic, conventional or GMO. Although phytoestrogens are not identical to human estrogens, they are close enough to cause significant hormone disruption, adversely affecting the infant’s developing body and brain.


European men then and now...........



To make sure you get the full effect, put the Soy formula in a BPA bottle, then zap it in the microwave.


BPA plastics chemical found to feminize males


BPA - Boy Parts Annihilated......
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Chinese police have started gathering blood types, DNA samples, fingerprints and iris scans from millions of people in its Muslim-majority Xinjiang province to build a massive citizen database, according to report by activist group Human Rights Watch (HRW). 

The report, published Wednesday, said that officials are collecting the data from citizens between 12 and 65 years old using a variety of methods. Authorities are gathering DNA and blood types through free medical check-ups, and HRW said it is was unclear if patients were aware that their biometric data was being collected for the police during these physical exams.

According to the report, citizens authorities have flagged as a potential threat to the regime, and their families, named “focus personnel,” are forced to hand over their DNA regardless of age.


Any kind of normalization of this bothers me... Or is it... Desensitization!
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Firefighters in Southern California are slowly gaining control of one of the largest wildfires in state history, but residents may not enjoy much relief as experts said the flames are laying the groundwork for the next disaster - mudslides.

The intense fire is burning away vegetation that holds the soil in place and baking a waxy layer into the earth that prevents the water from sinking more than a few inches into the ground, experts said.

With one heavy rain, the soil above this waterproof layer can become saturated, start to slide in hilly areas and transform into something catastrophic.

"Pretty much anywhere there's a fire on a steep slope, there's cause for concern," Jason Kean, research hydrologist for the U.S. Geological Survey, said in a telephone interview.


There really is no end in sight for this location. One thing after another. We've had fires, Potentially mudslides. If we get them I might be asking what's the third item?
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A 'possessed' teenager has undergone a violent 'exorcism' after she was claimed to be possesed by an evil spirit.

A chilling video shows a man performing a 'ritual of healing' on the teenage student in a school in Argentina.

There had been reports several teens at the school had been taken over by demons following a number of 'strange manifestations'.

The haunting video shows the ' healer ' using what appear to be rosary beads and touching the teenager's forehead with his other hand.


Just saw this one! Not sure what to think of it. But we've seen a lot of focus on exorcisms as of late! Really quite odd how they've came into the new's cycles.
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Google has been issued a patent for what has been called an “remote babysitter.” They might give it a cute name like that, but we can all see this for what it is:

a way for robots to take human overseers out of the equation and begin rearing their own legions of human slaves. Or am I being hyperbolically pessimistic? Well, decide for yourself. The remote babysitting system works by employing the now-standard “smart” devices being plugged into more modern homes: internet-connected cameras, doorbells, household appliances, televisions, thermostats – all of these things can now be wired into the internet where Google’s remote babysitter AI can keep track of all their various inputs and determine if there is a problem brewing in babyland.


Going to far google..... Way too far!
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Alabama Republican Roy Moore is refusing to concede in Tuesday's special Senate election, which has been called for Democrat Doug Jones.

Moore and his campaign are holding out hope as the final ballots are cast in case the margin dips to 0.5 percent or below, triggering an automatic recount.

It's unclear whether that will come to pass, as Jones led Moore by 1.5 percent into late Tuesday night. But it's clear that no winner will be certified until at least Christmas.

Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill told reporters during an impromptu Tuesday night press conference in his state capitol office that the state will direct counties to count provisional ballots, absentee ballots and military ballots.

Those final numbers will be due to Merrill's office by Dec. 22, after which the results will be certified sometime between Dec. 26 and Jan. 3 of next year.


hehe and here we go... Knew something was engineered! It's not over yet!
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This Sophia creeps me out the more I see of it. Some well known and lesser known clips which will likely creep you out too! That awful smile thing it does after it talks. Who even came up with that program for it?

I would have it bear its teeth, might suit its ultimate design reason better!  
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How much would you put at risk to invest in the hottest digital currency in the world? For some people, the skyrocketing value of Bitcoin is worth putting their own homes at stake.

According to reports, a number of investors looking to cash in on the soaring prices have resorted to putting their houses up as collateral to fund the venture.

“We’ve seen mortgages being taken out to buy bitcoin. People do credit cards, equity lines,” Joseph Borg of North American Securities Administrators Association said, via Business Insider.


This is something I've been worried about and why I think the first coins to rise will be a bad investment if people get greedy. Out before the beast. Be smart!
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he federal government collected record total tax revenues of $443,715,000,000 in the first two months of fiscal 2018 (Oct. 1, 2017 through the end of November), according to the Monthly Treasury Statement.

Despite these record tax revenues, the federal government still ran a deficit of $201,761,000,000 for those same two months.

That is because the government spent $645,476,000,000 in October and November.


Even record tax incomes don't help!
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A man biting his fellow passengers on a JetBlue flight forced the plane to divert to Las Vegas, where the man was taken into police custody.

Passengers on the flight say that somewhere over Utah, the man suddenly began biting his seatmates – whom he apparently knew – and hitting others on a Sunday flight from Los Angeles International Airport to New York-JFK.

Doctors on the flight tried to help by examining the passenger, but were also attacked. Another passenger said he jumped in to help restrain the man.


Craziness on plane's starting again...... During retrograde... hmm! There is also a video clip....
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A wealthy ally of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has placed a bounty on the heads of two former U.S. military and intelligence officials as part of what U.S. officials told the Washington Free Beacon is an effort by the Turkish government to threaten and intimidate Americans who they believe are working to undermine Erdogan.

A bounty of three million Turkish lira, or nearly $800,000, was placed on the heads of former Pentagon official Michael Rubin and former top CIA official Graham Fuller for what Erdogan's allies claim is their role in a 2016 failed coup that nearly toppled Erdogan's ruling government.

Both Rubin and Fuller have been vocal critics of Erdogan's, often publicly highlighting his widespread corruption. Rubin, in particular, has been in constant conflict with Erdogan, who once filed a lawsuit against the former Pentagon official in a bid to silence him.


Like they would ever catch them!
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Set to host the Winter Olympics in February, South Korea conducted a series of security drills on Tuesday to prepare against terror attacks ranging from a hostage situation, a vehicle ramming a stadium and a bomb-attached to a drone.

Police and firemen were among around 420 personnel participating in the exercise, held in front of the Olympic Stadium at Pyeongchang, just 80 km (50 miles) from the heavily fortified border with North Korea.

During the simulated drills, members of a SWAT team shot down a drone with a bomb attached that was flying toward a bus carrying athletes.


Drone???? Interesting!!! Because of this.... I wondered when the drone connections would come up! I mentioned something like this connecting winter olympics with drones but this is premature as it's supposed to be a 2018 news item. So possibly foreshadowing.

Either way they are prepping and the narrative continues on!
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DEC 11, 2017: More super unusual energy appearing on ground instruments.

Well I've never seen this before!
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Hundreds of thousands of miles of fiber-optic cable lay on the ocean floors, a crucial part of the global internet’s backbone, and only rarely do ship anchors, undersea landslides or saboteurs disrupt them.

Still, a few voices now call for stronger global mechanisms and even military action to protect the cables against future malicious activity by states, saboteurs or extremists.

“The infrastructure that underpins the internet – these undersea cables – are clearly vulnerable,” said Rishi Sunak, a British member of Parliament and champion of more vigorous action to protect submarine networks. “They underpin pretty much everything that we do.”


Maybe a blackout does not mean what we think it means... Losing the net is a kind of blackout is it not?? Food for thought for the future!
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It has the V in logo MARKING 22!

Him from the Ether / 22
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Shoppers are being evacuated after a bomb threat was confirmed at a Walmart in Mooresville on Norman Station Boulevard Monday afternoon.

According to Mooresville police, all safety personnel are following protocol for the incident. 


Not much else known right now!

Alerting @Cinnamon
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Another pretty major announcement. It might not look like much but this leads to future points, No?

President Donald Trump on Monday will sign a directive aimed at sending Americans back to the moon and eventually to Mars, the White House said.

Trump will sign "Space Policy Directive 1" that orders NASA "to lead an innovative space exploration program to send American astronauts back to the Moon, and eventually Mars," spokesman Hogan Gidley said.

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A dorm display at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst is using Care Bears to help students who feel “grumpy or stressed.”

“Feeling grumpy or stressed? Let the Care Bears help!” the display states above a large, hand-drawn rainbow adorned with bit of advice for students.


I'll take one of each, Thanks!
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Facebook’s former vice president for user growth Chamath Palihapitiya recently gave a talk at the Stanford Graduate School of Business! He made some good points!

Here is the full clip!

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