Judge Anna von Reitz
Several people have sent me links to an excellent recent post on YouTube by Q Anon, telling us about a gallant “Plan” by agencies and military personnel to counteract the fraud and criminality which has infested our world and our government. I can only hope and pray that everything “Q” references is 100% true and effective.
That said, no matter how well-organized or motivated such an internal clean up and clear out effort is, our loyal military and agency personnel need our support and a fully functioning civil government to back them up and pay their expenses.
I have also seen—and discussed with a friend this morning– numerous posts from people ranting about “why haven’t the arrests been made” yet.
If only 1 percent of the population of this country is knowingly involved and participating and benefiting themselves from this fraud scheme, that’s three million criminals that have to be addressed at some level of questioning and prosecution.
So how is a million man (including ALL enforcement and police and National Guard and related organizations) Army supposed to arrest, incarcerate, and prosecute three million criminal cases?
Military tribunals and resources alone can’t possibly handle that kind of volume of inquiries and prosecutions. Sure, they can take out the ringleaders and dismantle the infrastructure supporting the problem, but in order to do the actual housecleaning necessary requires the rest of us to get off our duffs and hold up our end.
We have to get our house in order. We have to assemble our States of the Union, reclaim our assets and resources, restore our lawful court system, and “boot up”. No sitting around the television set and waiting for Superheroes to come rescue us, even though there are heroes doing their best for us.
We are the answer we need. And also the answer our military and agency heroes need, too. Remember that they depend upon our civil government to direct and finance their operations.
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