Q posts can be found here: qntmpkts.keybase.pub
My theme: Military Planning at Its Finest
Then he wrote this:
EXPECT TWITTER/FB FORCE NEXT.
AJ [TEMPLATE] WAS DESIGNED TO ATTACK/CENSOR 'QANON' [primary obj].
Alex Jones was a litmus test to see how the government and the public would react to banning one person from all major platforms.
The tactical objective is to silence discussion about Q.
The end game is different (and more sinister.)
That was the goal of Operation Mockingbird.
Facebook also allowed for a diversity of opinions to be shared—opinions that at some point, may need to be controlled.
Instead of 3 networks or 300 cable channels, Youtube provided tens of thousands of channels, each with a different viewpoint (viewpoints that may need to be controlled.)
Wouldn't it be handy if a machine algorithm could be written to handle that work?
Twitter would love to see 10 million Trump supporters leave the platform.
They seem poised to do it by force, if necessary.
They must be allowed to go too far.
That means allowing some people to be banned for no legitimate reason.
Some of us will be booted for no other reason than discussing Q.
That seems unlikely.
The owner of 8chan is all about free speech.
(I would imagine the generals had a talk with him before they set up shop.)