Monday, January 18, 2010

Q-drops keep falling on my head...

We can't prove the Q Group exists. We can only shine lights on the Q-drops.

Both the referenced and original TwentyTen posting allude to exile-worthy postings from GuitarBill, a CISSP IT professional with a security clearance, who was championing the losing side of parallel 9/11 discussions. Thus, the resurrection from the dead of the GuitarBill alias becomes another Q-dot. Was the money he may have spent at The Stinkin' Rose on beer and dinner for JOSHUA HOLLAND's NSA recruitment sufficient to sway that Executive Managing Editor to overturn the banning decision of AlterNet's Moderator Committee? Or were 2 envelopes passed across the table as well: 1 with cash and 1 with compromising pictures of "A Boy and His Dog"?

To use GuitarBill's words, talk about "flipping the bird at the moderator and placing [himself] above the moderator's authority."

The question isn't "how many times has prophit been banned?", but "how many times has GuitarBill been justifiably banned and resurrected?"

A primer on Q-dots:

  • Google "CIA Mockingbird".
  • The PNAC manifesto "Rebuilding America's Defenses": "Control of space and cyberspace. [C]ontrol of the new "international commons" [will] be a key to world power in the future."
  • "The Pentagon’s War on the Internet": "The War Dept. is planning to insert itself into every area of the internet... The objective is to challenge any tidbit of information that appears on the web that may counter the official narrative..."
  • "The US government has allegedly set up a special security wing (Q Group) with the sole task of distancing Washington from any involvement in the 9/11 terrorist attacks." according to investigative journalist Wayne Madsen
  • GuitarBill's marching orders: "And remember, when you attack the Democratic party and attempt to demoralize president Obama's base, you will feel my boot in your backside.".
  • GuitarBill's reaction in terms of frequency, distractions, spin, negativity, win-at-any-costs personal attacks, proven lies, and crafty-but-purposeful misdirection and how they increase for topics that make the administration, government, and those pulling their strings uncomfortable. The best defense (of lies and crap) is to be offensive.

Nope, I cannot prove that the NSA Q Group exists. GuitarBill can and does.

~TwentyTen