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Where did he get his money?
Who flew to his island?
What is on his island?
What is a temple for?
What was below the temple?
Who is Rachel Chandler?
Why did Epstein get such a light sentence for pedophilia?
Who is Ghislaine Maxwell?
Who was her father?
Was Epstein associated with any intelligence agencies?
How does blackmail work?
How did he commit suicide when he was on suicide watch in jail?
Who would want to kill Jeffrey Epstein?
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Sean Morgan 00:02
I'm Sean Morgan and I'm asking the hard questions about alternative topics like Q anon and Coronavirus, get the free ebook at Q and on FAQ calm. Okay, I'm here with my friend Ron. He's actually the owner of Q gear.us. And I'm partnering with him for Q gear that you can see in the description below. But actually, we've gotten some really interesting conversations. And so Ron, would you mind just giving us a quick introduction?
Sure. My name is Ron, I'm, I you know, I've been a truth or for going on 18 years now. I read pilled in 2003. So I was a you know, 911 was my red pill moment. And prior to that, I was hardcore Republican. You know, Bush could do no right. or excuse me, Bush could do no wrong. Clint could do no right bomb, you know, but then 2003 I did a complete change. had that paradigm shift. And you know, I was on board with Trump from the get go. Really from the time that he came down the escalator. I was on the Trump train, not because he was a politician, but because he wasn't a politician. Then about a probe that may or march of 2018. So a couple years ago, a buddy of mine, you know, introduced me to Q and I've been on the Q train ever since. And it's been. It's been a fun ride. But, you know, one of my areas of specialty is red pilling people because I don't come at people with the notion of trying to pound square peg into a round hole. I find that that doesn't do very well. When you're trying to get people to understand knowledge you have to people, people have to figure it out for themselves. And so what I try to do is lead them in ways that to have them ask question And come to their own conclusion.
Sean Morgan 02:02
Actually, you did that for me right before our call you said, you know, Google, Google john Podesta and Chester Bennington. And so I, you know, you didn't say what the conclusion was you just wanted me to find the information out myself and come to my own conclusion. So I did I googled it, there was a side by side comparison, they had the exact same facial structure. So I came to my own conclusion that they were related. But you didn't give me the answer. You had me just go down the path. Right. And
that's the, that is the way that you have to get people to look at information because, you know, think about this. It's the psychology of when you want to when you want to buy something, you don't want to be sold. You want to buy it, you want to make the you want to make that, that purchase on your own based on your own belief system. And it's the same thing in in the information world and not force people to accept Your information, you have to take them to something, you have to get them to think for themselves. And when they see it for themselves and you don't give them the answer, then they have they come to the conclusion on their own. And then at that point, they are open minded to look at things. But until that happens, you cannot force feed people I do many people in the, in the cube movement and in the red pill movement. You know, in particular, too many people are trying to be authoritarian and tell people, what is what. And what I find is is that you close people off doing that.
Sean Morgan 03:34
Ron, can I give you an example of how I did this with my mother, please, I'm all
Sean Morgan 03:40
my mom's actually a very open minded person, but she doesn't like to really, you know, think about these kind of dark things. So it's hard. It's a hard subject to broach. But I gave her a series of questions very similar to the way q does the Socratic method. And I said, you know, Mom, just start with Jeffrey Epstein. You know, who are Was he really? Was he a real billionaire? And if so, you know, was was there really proof of him? You know, making billions of dollars over his career and, and where did he really get his money? And and who were the exact people, you know, that flew to his Island and what is on his island? And why is there a temple on his island? And what would you think a temple is for? And is there anything below the temple? You know, and who is Rachel Chandler? You know, and why did Epstein get a light sentence for pedophilia? The first time he was charged and who is just lane Maxwell and and who was their father and and was Epstein associated with any intelligence agencies and how does blackmail really work? And how did he commit suicide when he was on suicide watch and who would want to kill Jeffrey Epstein? So that was pretty pretty intense, but it was just a series of questions. Well,
you have to do that. And we you know, you know, when you're asking questions, you're control the conversation. But there's a way to ask questions and not be confrontational because I find that most people, when they ask questions, they, they do it in such a way that they're they doing it demeaning, you know, there's a difference with me saying, Hey,
you know, are you aware of? Or are you aware that, that 911 was an inside job?
Aren't you aware that 911 is an inside job? You know, how you couch the question and how you you know, the tone, your tone of voice. It has a lot to do with how it's going to be received. Right. So that's an important component when you're trying to talk to people about you know, about red pilling.
Sean Morgan 05:47
Right. And so, maybe you could get into the whole idea of conspiracy theory and how that's mind controlling itself.
Well, it's not necessarily I don't find it to be it is actually mind control. But what I'm what I look at in terms of conspiracy theory, people are people have been preconditioned to hear the term conspiracy theory and automatically shut down. That is a that is a term. It's really it's been around since the 1800s. A lot of people think that it was a term that was cultivated by this arrow It was created by the CIA to to make people who investigated the JFK assassination to look like they were fools. Now, I don't know for I do believe that, that that term was popularized by the CIA for that purpose, but I don't believe I mean, it's it's, it's in literature going, you know, way back hundred years. So
Sean Morgan 06:50
but when it doesn't
Sean Morgan 06:51
have like an embedded social control in it, because yeah, it's basically saying if you believe in a theory That has to do with, you know, any type of collusion or conspiracy, then you are a whack job and and basically you should be afraid of expressing that to others because you might get rejected by them.
Oh, absolutely. Well, that's the you know, that's the bullying, the peer pressure that's put on by society because if something is not accepted by the norm of society, then you know, you are running against the grain of society. And that is where the basically the rubber meets the road because what happens is, is that people will attack you viciously. And most people are afraid to step out of that, you know, of that comfort zone. They're afraid to be the leader that is willing to persecution and stand up for something. But the key component, in terms of a movement is not the first person to stand up against the grain. It's the second person to come in and stand with that first person, right, there's an interesting video They're all actually I'll send it to you so you can put it in the description. It's about a three minute clip talking about a movement. There's this guy dancing this crazy guy dancing in a park. And he's dancing by himself. And, you know, everybody's kind of looking at him and laughing. But then somebody comes in and joins him. Yeah. And then somebody comes in and joins him, and then all of a sudden that validates what this guy is doing. And the next thing you know, he's, he's saying, hey, come, He's inviting his friends to come in. And then more people come in and more people come in, and then before you know it, the entire park is in this mob dancing this crazy dance. So yeah, the key component to that was the first follower, not the first, not not not the first person to do it. But the first follower that is a that is a very key component. So
Sean Morgan 08:50
yeah, I can give you an example of this on Facebook because Facebook is kind of a barometer of the normies and you know, I have a lot of people from my, from my social network in general who are from the East Coast who are educated. And so we're talking about liberal people, you know. And so I came out of the closet as a Trump supporter. And this was not met with acceptance. You know, this is just a lot of social control a lot of criticism. And, but pretty soon I started getting private messages from people saying, Sean, thank you so much for putting yourself out there. I'm also a Trump supporter. I'm afraid to say it publicly. But I wanted to message you and say, How brave you've been for sharing your views. And it's like, wow, people are so afraid of rejection.
People are afraid of rejection. It's the it's the bully mentality. You know, I was I'm working on an article right now. It's about probably 90% done it You know, and one of the things in there talking about, you know, the bullying was here, let me find it here. I'm looking at this. I want to get the when I get my words right here.
Sean Morgan 10:14
While you're looking here, I'm gonna mention an example of I think his name is john stewart. Whoever his name was Stewart that was on The Daily Show. Yeah, he was doing these comedy skits, making fun of what's his name? The guy that used to be really popular conservative on Fox News, who went off the air and started his own channel.
Sean Morgan 10:43
Yeah, Glenn Beck so so glenn back always had the whiteboards and he was, you know, doing doing history of Jekyll Island and the history of of Obama being indoctrinated by communists. And then, you know, john Stuart is like, Oh, that's stupid conspiracy theorists with all of his Little points on a map and all the different details of history and trying to make all these connections that don't really make any sense. So that is that is total brainwashing that anyone who does research and anyone who finds facts and figures and times and dates and puts them together as some kind of nutcase,
you know, that's right and and there's so there's several different things that people do when they attack. You know, it takes I'm gonna read this it takes a great amount of courage to stand up for truth, even if what is true is not what is accepted as true by the world at large. Because society is a powerful enemy. society does not examine facts society does not use logic, society relies on systemic beliefs, otherwise known as the herd mentality and the herd mentality is the inclination for individuals within a group to follow along with what the herd or with what the group at large thinks or does. This is where, you know, I talked about three stages. Truth. You know, truth passes through three stages, you've got denial, you've got a violent opposition and then you've got widespread acceptance very similar to grief. This is where the second stage of truth comes into view which is violent opposition. If anybody deviates from this they are attacked or bullied, usually, with derogatory terms which included but are not limited to conspiracy theorists toofer tw o f er, tinfoil hat extremist ultra white ring, fringe lunatic paranoid, delusional, and on basically everything thrown at the individual or group who questions what is commonly accepted is done with the express purpose of discrediting the messenger rather than listening to the message. Yet another form of another form is a straw man argument where the attacker will suggest that a person holds a view that the person didn't actually stay in or doesn't believe but it's actually a distorted version of what this person believes. And then that version is attacked.
Sean Morgan 13:02
Right? So actually, I posted I posted something on Facebook about a free online course about learning about Q and on. And someone posted as a comment. This is a fundamentalist Christian cult.
Sean Morgan 13:17
And I was like, What? No, it isn't without He's like, he's like, the best again, like,
Sean Morgan 13:23
just take the course it's free, you'll find out it's not like, right, but they just like they just had that label. I mean, if you google Q anon you get far right. All right. You know, maybe you'll hear Christian you'll definitely see calls from like, mainstream, like professional journalists from the New York Times and The Daily Beast and the vice media, and then like, okay, so if those are the authorities, then people just shut down their critical thinking.
Well, and that's exactly right. You know, in talking about conspiracy theories, there was a in fact that This was the actual video documentary that read pilled me was called 911 in plain sight by Dave von Kleist. And in that he used an exceptional example of a raffle. You know, he says, If in conspiracy theory, you've got two words, you've got conspiracy, and then you've got theory and the theory being a hypothesis, you know, basically a suggestion of something that happens now, in a raffle. If I purchase or in theory, if I purchase a raffle ticket, I could win a prize. And as long as I don't purchase a raffle ticket, that when in theory, or that win is actually theory, but the second that I purchase a raffle ticket, the wind no longer becomes theoretical, it actually becomes it starts to come into the realm of possibility. Now, it may or may not be probable, but it is certainly a possibility. Now, if I purchase more raffle tickets, though, my chances of winning are my chances of winning actually increase the more raffle tickets that I purchase. And in fact, the more raffle tickets that I purchase, the more likely and in fact probable my chances of winning become, and conspiracy theories are really the same thing. You know, if there's no evidence to support a, you know, a conspiracy theory, then it's exactly that it's a theory. But if there's a piece of evidence, regardless of how fuzzy or circumstantial the theory enters into the realm of possibility, and the more evidence that you have, the more possible individually probable that theory could potentially be, you know, i plus postulate that the true conspiracy theory is the official stories presented by the mainstream media. Yeah, that is the that is the true conspiracy theory. You know, they are the ones that are peddling.
Sean Morgan 15:55
You know, well Russian collusion is a good you know, a famous example of This. But, you know, if you go really extreme with the raffle example, we're getting into the area of the Emperor wears no clothes like, and I feel like that's where we're at right now where, like all the governors are saying, you're going to die if you go outside and you go to the beach and you run alone on the beach like, and like we're like, the death numbers are the same as the flu.
Like, yeah, actually worse. I put all the numbers of you I was yesterday morning, I put all the numbers up to a current of the people that were have cases against the population. And, you know, surprisingly, there's no data on recovery. There's almost no data on recoveries, there's only data on people that have that have been infected and people that have died. That's it. So well. I mean, I'm a logical guy. So if there's if there's X amount of cases and there's X amount of debt or y amount of deaths, if I subtract y from x, I'm going to get people that are not dead, that have that either have the disease or have recovered one, you know, they fall into one of those two categories. And the death rate the per capita death rate in united states i think was like 91 people per 100,000 people in the United States. I'm it's like nothing more people die from a car accidents on a, you know, than that. It's like,
Sean Morgan 17:34
it doesn't even make any sense to me. Yeah. So what I'm trying to get at with this example is that you could have the mainstream media say, guys, the sky is red, and then like, everyone else is thinking to themselves, no, it's blue. But if they just keep repeating it, repeating it, and anytime someone says the sky is blue, you shut them down. Like that's, that's all that matters, the narrative, you know, like,
and that's called, you're familiar with gaslighting.
Sean Morgan 18:00
Yeah, gaslighting is where they, you know, an example from a movie where someone was turning the lights down a little bit at a time. And then the person said, Hey, is it getting darker in here? And they said, No, no, you're crazy, but they're just a little bit at a time and then by that, then it's nearly dark, you know, by the end of it and it's like, that's what gaslighting is. But yeah, that what's happening to us is worse than gaslighting to me. It's the Emperor wears no clothes, it's like, it is dangerous to go outside and when like, none of the data supports that. It's like
It's okay. I
I have never heard gaslighting described that way. I heard gaslighting described a different way so I'm gonna have to look it up. But the way the way I understood gaslighting was gaslighting was constantly telling a lie, and repeating it over and over with conviction as though it's authoritative. And then ultimately, people will just believe it, even if even if it's not something that even if it's something that they don't believe, if they're told over and over and over, they will ultimately come to the conclusion that okay, well, I guess it's real because they just keep saying it. And these are people that I trust,
Sean Morgan 19:08
right? Oh, yeah, it's a very powerful method. I mean, if you read brave new world and 1984 they talk about these types of methods of propaganda. I mean, it's what the Nazis did
write, you know, I want to I want to read a passage. I found this passage not too long ago, and it it had a significant impact on me because it really gave me a little bit of a paradigm shift. Not necessarily a paradigm shift, but a more definitive way of looking at stuff. Remember, read this, this this three paragraphs, according to conspiracy research, I, let me take a step back. This is this is from the book rule by secrecy by Jim Marrs is according to conspiracy researchers Jonathan bankin, and john Whalen, the American public's attitudes are shaped by a sanitized quote unquote Disney view of both history and current events. The Disney version of history could just as easily be called the New York Times version or the TV news version or the college textbook version. They wrote the mainstream resistance, or excuse me, the main resistance to conspiracy theories doesn't come from people on the street, but it comes from the media, academia and government the people who control the global economy of information. Anthony Sutton, a London based economist, who was a research fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institute agreed that an establishment history dominates textbooks on textbooks, publishing the media and library shelves during the past 100 years. Any theory of history or historical evidence that falls outside of a pattern established by the American Historical Association and the major foundations with their granting power or their grant making Power basically the money. They're rejected, they're attacked, but they're not attacked or rejected based on on evidence. They're they're attacked based on the basis of acceptability of the arguments to being in line with the so called Eastern liberal establishment won't be tied to any book or author that falls outside of the official guidelines. foundational support isn't there, publishers get cold feet and distribution is hit and miss or non existent. You know, when I read that, that really, I mean, that was just a knife. That was a knife that got that I got and it was a twisted knife.
Sean Morgan 21:37
Yeah, this is an example of there's a big reaction to this because we are so sick of being told that white people are bad and men are bad and everyone's racist and all this stuff that someone like Jordan Peterson, who is eloquent, educated, research based science based fact base will just present the facts It's considered heresy in our Marxist feminist type of institutional
thought about this. It is you're absolutely correct. I I'm very fond of Jordan Peterson I think he does an exceptional job of neutralizing excuse me, the bullshit that comes from the left, it's just absolute crap that they peddle. And, you know, they have been peddling it for so long that we just take it, you know, one of the things that I enjoy doing in my spare time is, you know, I love to go around to, I like to vend that gun shows it's a I like guns, you know, and I you know, I find that I I'm in good company at those, those venues, and, you know, the things that I like to do sell guns or anything the things I like to do is I like to I like to make stickers and political stuff and talk politics and I do think Do things that make a little bit of money, but nothing. You know, it's it's related to that. But nevertheless, the point is, is that when I sell my political stickers and whatnot to people, and they're obviously have a leaning towards the right side of the spectrum. So many people say, Oh, well, I don't I haven't I really like that. But I don't want to put it on my car. I know, it might get keyed, my car might get keyed. Right, you know. And I really have, I have to say, I have very little patience for that argument. It's like, you know, well, what about the founding fathers? What did they give up? So that we could have our country? Yeah, I mean, a lot of
Sean Morgan 23:38
it a good example of this. First of all, Ron, I think it's great that you're using your real name, and you're putting yourself out there and saying, This is who I am, and this is what I believe, and I'm putting my name and my face out there. There's nothing wrong with being anonymous, but I will say that when I started this channel, I got such a massive pushback from family and friends. First, they would say none of what you're saying is true. Like I'm a conspiracy crazy conspiracy theorists, then they said, What if the powerful people try to put a hit out on you? So wait a minute, which is it is everything I'm saying untrue? Or is what I'm saying true there really are like children and children being, you know, ritualistically abused and I can stand up for them and hopefully make a difference. Or I could be afraid of being hurt by powerful people. So, so if I'm standing up for what I think is right, even though I might get some type of rejection or punishment or ridicule, but they're afraid to speak out, because they're afraid it's just, it's just a fear factor.
Fear is a powerful, powerful emotion. It causes people to do a lot of things.
Have you ever seen the documentary?
I love documentaries. By the way. Have you ever seen the documentary by Aaron Russo called freedom to fascism or America freedom to fascism. Yes.
Sean Morgan 25:07
Aaron Russo also made that movie with Eddie Murphy.
Yes, Trading Places. And Bette Midler the rose but that's a long, long time ago. That was 70s 80s. But he the the freedom to fascism one he did in I think it was like 91 or 92 or it was in the early 90s. But what I guess what they had done is they they put out a they put out there was somebody that was putting out a $50,000 reward for anybody who could provide to them a written statue, the US code that were that required people to pay federal income tax. It was a and, and they had several IRS agents. Take them up on it. The ultimately I'm obviously giving it away a little bit here but ultimately what came to happen is is that these IRS agents that took them up on this they migrated over to the Aaron Russo side and they're like not paying any income tax because there is no law on the books. My point is is talking about fear so the reason that we pay income tax is fear for reprisal from the government.
Sean Morgan 26:21
Yeah, exactly. They they have a lot of weapons at their disposal like they can put a lien against your property they show up with force with guns and take away your livelihood your reputation your family and all that stuff. So it is fascism it is it is you know might makes right and
absolutely we have
Sean Morgan 26:44
to actually wrap up this segment but we can come back and do another another 30 minutes episode after my next call. And so we're gonna we're gonna you know, if any of you want to see the the gear, the cue gear that Ron makes, just go to the link below to gear.us And you can get a discount
he's got i can i plug it bro Can I can I plug it real quick I want to so so I started Q gear not because I'm trying to make a lot of money I mean I'm I want to be compensated for my time. But the purpose of I started Q gear was several fold number one is I am a Patreon of many. Right now I'm a Patreon of about 15 channels. And I also I also want to offer people such as yourself to if they if you have designs that you want to sell, but you don't want to sell them on Teespring which goes the the mindset of Teespring is the exact same as the mindset of people like you know, YouTube or whatever. I mean, they're not really our friends. I want to offer a Patreon alternative to Teespring. Secondly, is I want to offer a basically a repository or a directory of of people who are Out there in the movement Who are you know YouTube channels Twitter webs web pages news websites just a whole list of directory of people who are you know out there fighting the fight so you know, a lot of a lot of times what I find myself as I'm, I'm looking at one or two people you know, I have about five or six that I followed on a consistent basis. But here I have right now I have about 150 people who are actually in the movement and they may not all be related, they all may not be Q followers, but they all talk about issues that Q talks about. So there's that and you know, basically if you buy a T shirt from me or whatever, you know that the the money that you're spending there is going out to support people like you because I am a Patreon of you as well.
Sean Morgan 28:46
Yes, yes. And also what's cool is Teespring only ships to Europe and America. So if you want, you know, like I have people who follow me from Australia, New Zealand and different places, so you can order from the link below. Be able to get shipping to where you live. And he has Australia flag Q gear and British flags Q gear.
I've made several things that are specifically designed for the Australian market and and you know what, there's a note in there too or there's a place on there that if you want something or you have a design Are you just having a picture or something? Send it to me, man, I'm always looking for new stuff. Most of the most all that stuff on there is mine. It comes from my head. I do glean a little bit from people that are out there on the internet. I don't like the you know, I am a patriot, but I don't like the cheesy, busy patriot looking stuff. I like stuff that's concise. I like stuff that's clean. I like stuff that you can wear that in public and be proud. Oh, and and also I offer offer things that are subtle. It's like where people if they know what they're looking for, they'll see it but if they don't, they won't know that you're a key person, you know, so there's a lot of different there's a lot of variety on there. And I can pretty much make anything so if you got something You'll want to hit me up and you know what I can pretty much do at all. Awesome, Ron.
Sean Morgan 30:05
Well, let's let's record a new session soon, and I'll talk to talk to you after an hour.
Already. Appreciate it. We'll talk a little bit by
Sean Morgan 30:16
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