Did you get a Snow Squall Alert on you cellphone on December 18th? I did, at 4:04PM. It was strange because there were only a few flurries and little wind that afternoon. I wasn’t sure why the emergency system had kicked in.
The creator of the Where We Go 1 We Go All (WWG1WGA) YouTube channel thinks he might have an idea, referring to Q Post #3705, made on December 17th: “National Presidential Alert System . Why was this created and tested? Political warfare. Information warfare. Q”
A total of 17 posts were made on December 17th, ending with #3717, which reads: “First indictment [unseal] will trigger mass pop awakening. First arrest will verify action and confirm future direction. They will fight but you are ready. Marker . Q”
He points us to the 2011 study by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute cognitive scientists on the social networks. What they found was that 10% of the population is what’s needed to cause a critical mass for spreading information.
Essentially, once an idea is accepted by about 10% of the population that’s typically when it can explode into a mass acceptance.
Interestingly, Fox News host Jesse Watters had just hosted University of Miami Associate Professor Joseph Ucsinski, studying the Q phenomenon who found that roughly 10% of the US population thinks “QAnon is a good thing.”
When asked by Watters if this group was primarily made up of conservatives or liberals, Ucsinski replied, “It’s both and a lot of people assume that it’s a far right-wing conspiracy theory, when in fact there isn’t anything particularly Republican or conservative about the people that follow it.”
As WWG1WGA says, that means about 32 million Americans believe QAnon is a good thing.
“And on top of that,” WWG1WGA says, “you have the entire nation that just watched the President get impeached for something he never even did – tied to something the Swamp’s lead candidate actually DID do and laughed about it at the Council of Foreign Relations!
“I mean, this is the ultimate Red Pill at the perfect time, as we’re reaching critical mass in the Great Awakening and if there was ever a more cut-and-dried way to show your friends how corrupt Washington is,” this is it.
Bringing us back to the Emergency Alert that many of us received on our cell phones on December 18th about a “Snow Squall Warning”, WWG1WGA reminds us that “Where We Go One We Go All” was the motto of the ship featured in the 1996 Ridley Scott film, ‘White Squall’ and which has become the motto of the QAnon movement.
WWG1WGA believes the Great Awakening has just entered a more intense phase and he regales us with many more Q clues and reasons we may have for a positive outlook on our future.