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Tom Hanks suffers wrath of QAnon on Instagram
« on: July 25, 2020, 07:34:29 PM »
He seems to have used instagram for the sake of a running joke about lost gloves and shoes and the like. Enter Qanon: https://imgur.com/a/tJu3mXp










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Re: Tom Hanks suffers wrath of QAnon on Instagram
« Reply #1 on: July 25, 2020, 07:37:43 PM »
All the icons of pizza. What's the actual deal with pizza gate? Do people think that Tom Hanks is a peodo and that peodos something something pizza?

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Re: Tom Hanks suffers wrath of QAnon on Instagram
« Reply #2 on: July 25, 2020, 07:40:02 PM »
cheese pizza iconography = signifier that the elites use "cheese pizza" as a code word for child porn (according to the theory)

hence

"Pizzagate" - theory that ritual pedophilia is institutionalised in the higher echelons of power and this was revealed via the use of such pizza slang in the democrat campaign person John Podesta's wikileaked emails, also therein implicating Hilary and the conceptual artist Marina Abramovic in the illegal rituals.

QAnon - movement dubbing Donald Trump the Christ who will proverbially drive the moneylenders (pedos) out of the temple (washington DC) and who is planning a great purge to this end

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« Reply #3 on: July 25, 2020, 07:53:12 PM »
I'm too fucking drunk to decipher this thread

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« Reply #4 on: July 25, 2020, 07:57:57 PM »
Yeah I feel ridiculously irritable today and this is one of those things that pushes me over the edge and makes me think, you know what, I don’t give a fuck what’s happening to the world any more, everyone get the hell away from me where are my cigs I’m away for a walk

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« Reply #5 on: July 25, 2020, 08:06:29 PM »
Yeah I feel ridiculously irritable today and this is one of those things that pushes me over the edge and makes me think, you know what, I don’t give a fuck what’s happening to the world any more, everyone get the hell away from me where are my cigs I’m away for a walk

Ah spot on, with no disrespect to anyone posting in this thread, this is all a bit headache inducing!

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Re: Tom Hanks suffers wrath of QAnon on Instagram
« Reply #6 on: July 25, 2020, 08:10:35 PM »
These QAnon sorts sound like bloody Scientolotgists.

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« Reply #7 on: July 25, 2020, 08:56:33 PM »
This is all years old QAnon stuff, come on Cabber grandads, what next? Hanks' fake kitchen? Isaac Kappy? The Crazy Crocos/Sharkey Babas?

Yeah I feel ridiculously irritable today and this is one of those things that pushes me over the edge and makes me think, you know what, I don’t give a fuck what’s happening to the world any more, everyone get the hell away from me where are my cigs I’m away for a walk

Do you do this while talking loudly on your mobile?

Do you have a Tyler Durden-esque nemesis?

Have you ever seen Fight Club?

Mate.

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« Reply #8 on: July 25, 2020, 09:21:43 PM »
There's an actual real pizza place local to me that was used as an actual front for child rape for years, but because it isn't related to celebs or politicians, none of the QAnon dipshits seem to care.

https://www.riverfronttimes.com/newsblog/2019/12/27/dojo-pizzas-loren-copp-sentenced-to-65-years-in-child-porn-case

It was a martial arts themed pizza place, where all the servers dressed in a gi. Sadly, I never went so this story doesn't have much of an ending.

Re: Tom Hanks suffers wrath of QAnon on Instagram
« Reply #9 on: July 25, 2020, 09:32:31 PM »
These QAnon sorts sound like bloody Scientolotgists.
is this like the reformation of scientology?

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Re: Tom Hanks suffers wrath of QAnon on Instagram
« Reply #10 on: July 25, 2020, 09:52:29 PM »
cheese pizza iconography = signifier that the elites use "cheese pizza" as a code word for child porn (according to the theory)

hence

"Pizzagate" - theory that ritual pedophilia is institutionalised in the higher echelons of power and this was revealed via the use of such pizza slang in the democrat campaign person John Podesta's wikileaked emails, also therein implicating Hilary and the conceptual artist Marina Abramovic in the illegal rituals.

QAnon - movement dubbing Donald Trump the Christ who will proverbially drive the moneylenders (pedos) out of the temple (washington DC) and who is planning a great purge to this end

I like the idea that those in the higher echelons of power would be trading child porn rather than just actual children. Cheese tacos for child trafficking, tell your mates and let’s get Taco Bell ended.

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Re: Tom Hanks suffers wrath of QAnon on Instagram
« Reply #11 on: July 25, 2020, 10:44:41 PM »
You're right, "cheese pizza" is specifically about pornography i.e. materials, not about trafficked children. I thought it was all pretty convincing until now. Consider me blue-pilled.

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Re: Tom Hanks suffers wrath of QAnon on Instagram
« Reply #12 on: July 25, 2020, 10:54:52 PM »
I never seen 'cheese pizza' as a term for child porn before Pizzagate.

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« Reply #13 on: July 25, 2020, 11:13:47 PM »
Back in my day it was a Dairylea triangle

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« Reply #14 on: July 25, 2020, 11:19:14 PM »
I never seen 'cheese pizza' as a term for child porn before Pizzagate.

4chan slang afaik

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« Reply #15 on: July 25, 2020, 11:23:57 PM »
Back in my day it was a Dairylea triangle
cheesy old bollocks

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« Reply #16 on: July 25, 2020, 11:29:13 PM »
My takeaway from conspiracy theorists in general is that they tend to be right about 10% of the time, and it takes some extra work to figure out where. With Pizzagate, they were wrong about 90% of it, but there absolutely was a kernel of truth in there that's now become widely-acknowledged. They were going on about Jeffrey Epstein long before he became mainstream news (I remember them mentioning him specifically at least as far back as 2013-14), and some of the people they implicated did turn out to be involved (most concretely, Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew).

More anecdotally, I know a moderately successful female child star in LA whose parents took them out of the industry in the late-2000s after one too many incidents with agents trying to get them to travel to similar-sounding events in mansions or on islands with a bunch of celebrities at the age of 14-15, with the threat that it would be "career suicide" not to take them up on it. Not to mention Bryan Singer's "legendary" parties; go to a gay bar on Santa Monica Boulevard any night of the week and you'll find a half-dozen people who know a thing or two about those and the well-known people who attended them. Even if you accept that half or more of those lads are full of shit, it's hard to ignore that this kind of stuff does happen among the rich and famous with relative impunity.

I suppose my point is that while they may be wrong about Tom Hanks or whoever else posts weird shit on Instagram, that's not to say that this kind of stuff isn't or couldn't be happening. I've had enough first-hand experience to know that most celebrities are really fucking weird. Something happens to them on the way up that particular ladder, and there exists an entire culture willing to support whatever comes of that.

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« Reply #17 on: July 25, 2020, 11:51:27 PM »
Calling them right about Epstein you'd also have to call the justice department right as they were investigating him too? Like, "The Lolita Express" wasn't well hidden.

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« Reply #18 on: July 26, 2020, 12:01:32 AM »
Back in my day it was a Dairylea triangle

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Re: Tom Hanks suffers wrath of QAnon on Instagram
« Reply #19 on: July 26, 2020, 12:09:27 AM »
Calling them right about Epstein you'd also have to call the justice department right as they were investigating him too? Like, "The Lolita Express" wasn't well hidden.

you believe that Hanks has something to hide?

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« Reply #20 on: July 26, 2020, 12:16:05 AM »
My takeaway from conspiracy theorists in general is that they tend to be right about 10% of the time, and it takes some extra work to figure out where. With Pizzagate, they were wrong about 90% of it, but there absolutely was a kernel of truth in there that's now become widely-acknowledged. They were going on about Jeffrey Epstein long before he became mainstream news (I remember them mentioning him specifically at least as far back as 2013-14), and some of the people they implicated did turn out to be involved (most concretely, Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew).

More anecdotally, I know a moderately successful female child star in LA whose parents took them out of the industry in the late-2000s after one too many incidents with agents trying to get them to travel to similar-sounding events in mansions or on islands with a bunch of celebrities at the age of 14-15, with the threat that it would be "career suicide" not to take them up on it. Not to mention Bryan Singer's "legendary" parties; go to a gay bar on Santa Monica Boulevard any night of the week and you'll find a half-dozen people who know a thing or two about those and the well-known people who attended them. Even if you accept that half or more of those lads are full of shit, it's hard to ignore that this kind of stuff does happen among the rich and famous with relative impunity.

I suppose my point is that while they may be wrong about Tom Hanks or whoever else posts weird shit on Instagram, that's not to say that this kind of stuff isn't or couldn't be happening. I've had enough first-hand experience to know that most celebrities are really fucking weird. Something happens to them on the way up that particular ladder, and there exists an entire culture willing to support whatever comes of that.

These people don’t need to speak in weird codes to be able to hide in plain sight, though. Nothing like that has emerged through the Epstein case, so I doubt prince Andrew asked him for a cheese Pizza in Woking, and the codes it sounds like they spoke in was far more prosaic - stuff about “showing him a good time” delivered with a nudge and a wink to a girl who had been sexually abused by other clients in the past, probably before they were well-rehearsed being explicitly told that it’s time to do fucking now.

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« Reply #21 on: July 26, 2020, 02:15:37 AM »
These people don’t need to speak in weird codes to be able to hide in plain sight, though. Nothing like that has emerged through the Epstein case, so I doubt prince Andrew asked him for a cheese Pizza in Woking, and the codes it sounds like they spoke in was far more prosaic - stuff about “showing him a good time” delivered with a nudge and a wink to a girl who had been sexually abused by other clients in the past, probably before they were well-rehearsed being explicitly told that it’s time to do fucking now.

Right. Like I said, 90% of it is obfuscating bollocks, unsubstantiated claims and most likely a lot of their targets are relatively unremarkable. But I've heard enough first- and second-hand accounts to believe there is a kernel of truth to the idea that some seriously grim shite goes on in Hollywood. My own guess is it's not that any of these people were especially "evil" to start with - not borne of an Illuminati bloodline or whatever they might suspect - but simply that they're constantly offered (or even encouraged) to do things, and there's an immense pressure to conform, and everyone else is doing them anyway.

There's absolutely a sense of impunity to it too - you've got to remember, these people are obscenely wealthy, associate almost exclusively with the obscenely wealthy and are constantly surrounded by obscene wealth. With that comes a certain sense of impunity, to the point where most of them don't seem to even turn up on time to jobs they're being paid tens of millions of dollars for. They have very little in common with us except for vital functions.

Unlike yer QAnons, though, I don't want to speak ili of people when I have nothing but anecdotal evidence, but there's a whole litany of famous people I'd be not at all surprised about if it publicly transpired that they'd been "up to no good".

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« Reply #22 on: July 26, 2020, 02:46:14 AM »
They were going on about Jeffrey Epstein long before he became mainstream news (I remember them mentioning him specifically at least as far back as 2013-14)
He was originally arrested for child prostitution in 2008, so it's more surprising that more people weren't talking about his relationships with the rich and powerful.

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« Reply #23 on: August 01, 2020, 11:57:26 AM »
This seems to be seriously picking up steam. Hanks's instagram page and any YouTube video referencing him getting hundreds of comments by the hour, and it's not just the nutty conspiracy types you'd expect but a broad cross section of regular folks leaving "pedo" on his pics or the pizza icon thing. One of my usually level-headed friends has bought into it too. Part of it hinges on the theory that becoming a Greek citizen allows you to be a paedophile because it's considered a disability there, which is completely untrue. Look at the comments on this video by Jim JefferiesFeels like the world has gone mad.
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Re: Tom Hanks suffers wrath of QAnon on Instagram
« Reply #24 on: August 01, 2020, 04:50:47 PM »
This seems to be seriously picking up steam. Hanks's instagram page and any YouTube video referencing him getting hundreds of comments by the hour, and it's not just the nutty conspiracy types you'd expect but a broad cross section of regular folks leaving "pedo" on his pics or the pizza icon thing. One of my usually level-headed friends has bought into it too. Part of it hinges on the theory that becoming a Greek citizen allows you to be a paedophile because it's considered a disability there, which is completely untrue. Look at the comments on this video by Jim JefferiesFeels like the world has gone mad.

Escalating attacks on public enemy number one, Thomas Hanks, the same week that court documents are unsealed about a child sex trafficking operation that recruited young girls from Donald Trump's Mar-A-Lago lair.

There's no way that the QAnon psy-op is not tied to the Trump inner sanctum somehow.

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Re: Tom Hanks suffers wrath of QAnon on Instagram
« Reply #25 on: August 01, 2020, 05:12:01 PM »
Thomas the Hanks Engine

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« Reply #26 on: August 01, 2020, 05:32:30 PM »
He should post a picture of a child next. That'll really confuse everyone.

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Re: Tom Hanks suffers wrath of QAnon on Instagram
« Reply #27 on: August 02, 2020, 12:17:52 PM »
I've long hated Tom Hanks because I just find him so DULL and emblematic of American big budget mediocrity. He's the McDonald's of acting. If it turned out he was actually walking around gunning down joggers, sacrificing children, taking photos implicating himself and then posting it online, I would be quite impressed!

Seriously though, this Q Anon shit may annoy me more than any other conspiracy theory in history. I'm not even against conspiracy theories (though many are stupid and I hate how people who believe in ONE theory tend to then believe in a hundred others). But this Q Anon shit was debunked years ago with Pizzagate being a bust AND Hilary never being arrested as foretold, yet these imbecilic followers still believe the "predictions" and "information" spread by some geek on Chan boards who is almost certainly a sadistic troll or government stooge employing a very basic psy-op. The fact that I'm seeing more and more people buying into it (and combining it with being anti-vax, flat earth and any number of other shit) makes me despair for humanity. More than I normally do. I genuinely feel these people are lost and are a detriment to society. An active danger in some cases, as we're seeing with cunts refusing to wear masks or believe that COVID-19 exists.

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« Reply #28 on: August 02, 2020, 12:24:47 PM »
I've long hated Tom Hanks because I just find him so DULL and emblematic of American big budget mediocrity. He's the McDonald's of acting. If it turned out he was actually walking around gunning down joggers, sacrificing children, taking photos implicating himself and then posting it online, I would be quite impressed!

Seriously though, this Q Anon shit may annoy me more than any other conspiracy theory in history. I'm not even against conspiracy theories (though many are stupid and I hate how people who believe in ONE theory tend to then believe in a hundred others). But this Q Anon shit was debunked years ago with Pizzagate being a bust AND Hilary never being arrested as foretold, yet these imbecilic followers still believe the "predictions" and "information" spread by some geek on Chan boards who is almost certainly a sadistic troll or government stooge employing a very basic psy-op. The fact that I'm seeing more and more people buying into it (and combining it with being anti-vax, flat earth and any number of other shit) makes me despair for humanity. More than I normally do. I genuinely feel these people are lost and are a detriment to society. An active danger in some cases, as we're seeing with cunts refusing to wear masks or believe that COVID-19 exists.

Agree with that, I can't think of a Tom Hanks film I'd want to watch bar Catch Me If You Can. Even then I'd say thats a LDC film.

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Re: Tom Hanks suffers wrath of QAnon on Instagram
« Reply #29 on: August 02, 2020, 12:35:14 PM »
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