James Corbett’s latest documentary, ‘A Brief History of Hopium’ is a crowning achievement, parts of which will likely annoy avid Q followers.
Skipping over Bill Clinton, who is literally The Man from Hope, it starts with the Obama Op and the unlikely rise of a one-term Illinois State Congressman. Using footage of the Obama Campaign and Inauguration, Corbett reminds us of how “The religious frenzy that Obama’s appearance on the national political stage caused was, in retrospect, undeniably strange.”
Then, he points out how Trump ran on the very same “Deus Ex Machina” concept.
Corbett then goes in for the kill, absolutely savaging the Q movement, many of its exponents of whom I’ve featured here over the years, like the X22 Report, the SGT Report, Praying Medic and Steve Pieczenik, as examples of extreme hopium – if not a targeted counterinsurgency program and a replay of the Soviet’s Operation Trust.
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Corbett says, “Q also rallied people, time and time again to support the policies, operations and personnel of the very Deep State they were supposedly fighting against. Suddenly, Jeff Sessions, Bill Barr, John Bolton and other longtime members of the political establishment were the Good Guys in this elaborate drama…
“But even beyond the pacification of those who would otherwise be resisting the Government, the ‘Q Army’ of Digital Soldiers provided the very foil that the Deep State needed to move to the next step of their counterinsurgency program: the crackdown on domestic terrorism.
“And now, after years of being told to ‘Get the Popcorn!’ and ‘Enjoy the Show!’ the QAnon movement is slowly beginning to realize that they were had.
“Worse, the very intelligence agencies and military that they had so fervently hoped would swoop in and save the day are the very agencies swooping in to round them up.”
Corbett is not a complete cynic. He says rightly that, “Nothing will change until we stop ‘enjoying the show’ and realize that we are not spectators watching history unfold from the sidelines. We are history’s actors and, propelled by genuine hope, we can and will change the world.”