It Had To Be Done This Way
By now we have all had enough time to let the new Q drops settle in. They are no less impactful; they are no less profound than they were in the past. Wow, “It had to be done this way.” As many of you know, I am a dejected Q follower who has since come to realize that the drops are worth following. I just stopped following anons who tried to decode them. That being said, what can we derive from these new drops? Why now? I mean, after all it has been 17 or 18 months, right?
Don’t get me wrong, I am so excited that Q is posting again, but why now? Is it the 2nd Amendment ruling by SCOTUS? That doesn’t seem likely. It wasn’t long after the Roe v Wade decision by SCOTUS that we go the first drop…and we got three! What is it about the SCOTUS decision about abortion that would have prompted a break in the silence?
It is the violence. It was always the violence. It was the threat of violence that caused Congress to suspend the objections to the 2020 election fraud. It was the threat of violence or even civil war that probably convinced Trump the best course of action on January 20th, 2021, was to walk away and let Devolution play out. If you recall in my previous article Revolutions, the United States quite literally suffered an attempt at a color revolution in the summer of 2020. We also know that ANTIFA was present in various forms on January 6th, 2021 with intent to infiltrate and perhaps even more violence than occurred. Finally, on January 20th, 2021 it was against the backdrop of ANTIFA violence that I believe Trump shocked the world by quietly walking away from the White House. The seriousness of the violence and the threat of violence cannot be understated. At the heart of all of this, and the attempted color revolution, is ANTIFA.
I will admit, I have not paid as much attention to ANTIFA as I should have. It is easy to just dismiss them as a band of petulant liberals with a preference for neon hair color and bad face tattoos. In some ways, it seems almost too convenient to characterize them this way. Trump and his staff didn’t take the threat ANTIFA presented lightly, so why should we? I suspect that there is more to ANTIFA than what we are led to believe. There is no way that Trump is intimidated by this group.
Politics of Fascism
There is a lot to unpack regarding the United States’ iteration of anti-fascism so let’s just start from the very beginning of fascism. The word fascist is derived from the Latin word fasces:
a bundle of rods and among them an ax with projecting blade borne before ancient Roman magistrates as a badge of authority – Merriam Webster
The most important aspect of the etymology of fascism is the concept of the bundled rods. Benito Mussolini is largely credited with the formation of fascism as we know it today. It is the concept and the visualizations of unity and the “binding together” that Benito Mussolini was trying to create in Italy during the early 20th century. Nationalism was at the core of fascism. This becomes important to remember later. Here is the definition of fascism according to Merriam Webster:
a political philosophy, movement, or regime (such as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition
It is important to understand the context of fascism in Europe during the 1920’s and 1930’s. The stench of the worlds first world war was still lingering throughout Europe and Great Britain. With a vision towards the future while still trying to rebuild what was destroyed, many people were looking for a new way forward. The most common choices among Europeans was some form of socialism or communism. Fascism enters the scene as another option. Here is where fascism fit in Europe during WW2:
Fascism during World War 2 was more closely aligned with socialism and was vehemently opposed to communism. It is why Hitler and Mussolini formed the Axis powers together. If you are like me, I don’t like seeing fascism associated with the far-right. I consider myself to be far right as a conservative American patriot. While our sense of nationalism is shared with fascists of yesteryear, our sense of nationalism is in stark contrast to globalism in America today. Globalism is the true enemy here in the 21st century.
The globalist today like Klaus Schwab, George Soros, Justin Trudeau, Bill gates, and others have successfully convinced many people that an America First agenda is nationalist and therefore fascist. Therefore, to be anti-fascist is to be ant-nationalist and pro-globalist. In fact, any country that seeks to separate itself from the globalist agenda is treated as such. We have discussed nationalism in previous articles before, but we must understand that nationalism is the greatest threat to globalism worldwide! It is why open borders, the destruction of monuments, and rewriting of history (i.e. Critical Race theory and the 1619 project) is critical for their success.
The left-right spectrum of politics in the United States today is not the same as it was in Europe. On the left we have Democrats, Socialists, Communists, and Globalists and on the right, we have Republicans, Conservatives, and MAGA. So, what about fascists? If fascist were to be introduced into America today like it did back in Europe, where would they fit? Let’s consider Ronald Reagans prediction:
“If Fascism ever comes to America, it will come in the name of Liberalism”
Reagan was right that fascism would come to America disguised as something else. Fascism is here but it is called anti-fascism or ANTIFA. Whereas in the past fascism embraced nationalism, it now seeks to destroy it in favor of globalism. While claiming to oppose fascism what ANTIFA really opposes is nationalism of any kind.
The U.S. antifa movement appears to be decentralized, consisting of independent, radical, like-minded groups and individuals. Its tenets can dovetail with the principles of anarchism, socialism, and communism.
Tactics of Fascism
Fascist have always been violent. What are the fascist tactics? Let’s consider what Mussolini did:
After removing all political opposition through his secret police and outlawing labor strikes, Mussolini and his followers consolidated power through a series of laws that transformed the nation into a one-party dictatorship. Within five years, Mussolini had established dictatorial authority by both legal and illegal means and aspired to create a totalitarian state.
What’s that, secret police? Yes, Mussolini had a group of secret police; foot soldiers if you will that were called “Black Shirts.” The Black Shirt’s methods were violent, and their goal was the removal of all opposition.
Their methods became harsher as Mussolini's power grew, and they used violence and intimidation against Mussolini's opponents - Wikipedia
Here is more on the violent tendencies of fascism:
Fascism rejects assertions that violence is automatically negative in nature and views imperialism, political violence and war as means that can achieve national rejuvenation. - Wikipedia
What I am suggesting is that ANTIFA is actually globalist fascism based on their methodology and their violence. ANTIFA can call itself whatever it wants, but their actions define them as fascist. While claiming to be anti-fascists they are actually more fascist because of their violence.
Violence by U.S. antifa members is not new. For example, in 2012 antiracists linked to ARA attacked a meeting of the Illinois European Heritage Association, consisting of white supremacists from the National Socialist Movement and people from other groups. Brandishing items such as hammers, baseball bats, and police batons, the attackers entered a Chicago-area restaurant and assaulted meeting attendees. Five attackers received prison sentences for their roles in the melee.
I am also reminded of a Q drop #4365:
History repeats itself (today).
RE: IRREGULAR WARFARE
RE: TACTICS DEPLOYED v AMERICA
Compare & Contrast
Then v Now
Then: methods of violent intimidation deployed by SA
Now: methods of violent intimidation deployed by Antifa?
Then: battles raged in the streets [book burning, flag burning, destruction, hate, anti-police, etc]
Now: battles raging in the streets controlled by [D] party sympathizers [anti-republic]?
Then: physical assaults of political opponents
Now: physical assaults of political opponents?
Then: voter intimidation in National and local elections
Now: voter intimidation in National and local elections [coming 11.3]?
Then: project anti-fascist platform: reality: conform/obey strong-arm tactics deployed to silence opposing views
Now: project anti-fascist platform: reality: conform/obey strong-arm tactics deployed to silence opposing views?
Then: radical anti-capitalistic platform (socialism)
Now: radical anti-capitalistic platform (socialism) push?
Then: force economic destruction as recruiting [division] tactic to drive enlistment rate
Now: [D] party gov/mayor(s) close state(s) force economic hardships [C19]?
Then: SA carried out unchecked street violence against Jews and Nazi opponents
Now: [D] gov/mayor(s) carried out unchecked [deliberate non_prosecution orders 24-hour release] of Antifa rioters arrested [street violence – block-by-block takeover(s)]?
[D] gov/mayor(s) release of violent criminals [many thousands] from prison(s) under guise of C19?
Use of propaganda by Nazi Germany
Use of propaganda by MSDNC / Social Media (control of narrative – terminate opposing message (censorship-kill))
Assault on America.
Ask yourself, why are [D] party leaders refusing to condemn the violence?
Ask yourself, why are [D] party leaders refusing to seek a unified republic?
IT WAS NEVER ABOUT THE VIRUS AND ALWAYS ABOUT THE ELECTION
Was the Nazi party ever truly destroyed (eradicated)?
Did the belief carry-on [re-deployed]?
Background of Soros?
This Q post is perhaps the best evidence yet that ANTIFA are the Black Shirts of the Democrat Globalists. But there is more. It is clear to me that what ANTIFA stands for is the eradication of any opposition to globalism…specifically our sense of nationalism and America First agenda. ANTIFA is a threat to our Republic that Donald Trump did not take lightly. The threat was not the actual participants in ANTIFA but the ideology it represented and the sources it revealed.
ANTIFAs Role Today
ANTIFA violence has preceded and maybe even triggered major actions by both the Trump Administration and Q.
Think about it, shortly after the violence of the summer in 2020, actions were taken by President Trump based on report issued by Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliff. It is widely speculated that there was foreign support for the riots and that there were Mandarin speaking organizers breaching barricades in DC. What was Ratcliff’s determination? Was ANTIFA infiltrated by foreign nations from China? Ukraine?
We know that ANTIFA had a role in the January 6th breach of the Capitol. There was violence and there was bloodshed but not nearly to the degree we saw in 2020.
And that brings us to the recent SCOTUS decision on Roe v Wade. Thanks to an unprecedented leak by a SCOTUS staffer, the country has been bracing for a violent riot by ANTIFA and others. What we got was nothing of the sort. Could the leak have softened the blow? Perhaps, but maybe it is because ANTIFA has lost power, funding, and public support ever since 2020. Maybe the most violent and prominent members of ANTIFA have been “mapped” and taken care of.
In response to some footage on Twitter of the recent protests, the following Tweet illustrates my point:
Could the reason that Q started posting again is because ANTIFA’s role is almost over? Is the reason the Q post says, “It had to be done this way” is because ANTIFA is almost done? I think it is possible. The problem with this line of thinking is that it suggests that somehow ANTIFA is in control of the timeline and events. That Trump and the Patriots are reacting to conditions on the ground rather than controlling them. I cannot ascribe to that.
We know that ANTIFA has been successful in attracting the most radical globalists here in the US. One could argue they attracted the most violent anti-American radicals among us. Having failed in a color revolution they continue to attract the globalist fascist, dress them up in black, and put them on display for all to see. What if that was by design? What if ANTIFA was infiltrated and guided by those loyal to Trump and America?
What if I were to suggest to you that ANTIFA’s role has ALWAYS been to lure, map, and take out violent, anti-American globalists in this country? Is it possible that ANTIFA was never meant to be an actual threat, but a means of “smoking out” the violent actors among us?
You know, it would be just like Trump to use the violence of ANTIFA against the very globalists fascist who created it; infiltrating ANTIFA to enact certain measures to save our Republic AND lead us to the violent actors and those who financed them. Maybe this is one of the ways it had to be done.
“I would rather die with Christ and hope in my heart and be called a fool then to stand over the dead corpse of the Republic and say, I told you so.”