The storm after the calm
Apr 10, 2018
On October 5, 2017, the first day of the feast of Tabernacles, President Trump posed for cameras in a group picture and explained cryptically, “Maybe it’s the calm before the storm.”
When asked to explain “the storm,” Trump just said, “You’ll find out.”
A few weeks later, Q began posting on the anonymous posting site, 8chan. Q first referenced “The calm before the storm” in post #38 and #48, both on November 2, 2017 but gave no indication as to what it was. But on November 21 Q explains the movie by the same title, saying,
Act II, Scene IV.
Good guy (pilot of helicopter).
Bad guy (pilot of plane).
Targets (on ground and in home).
Upon receipt of the ‘go’ code –Good guy flies during a blackout window provided by unknown agency w/unknowns (ordinary people by the look of it) to a select location (re: highly classified mission) who was given the ‘go’ order by ‘x’ to execute (delivery – (3) for care_). Bad guy intercepts message due to rogue operator embedded in tactical observation unit and takes out Good guy by top down invisible attack.
Encore: What has since occurred by Targets?
So this is an “Encore,” a repeat of the same story, only in reverse. (It is “Act II.”) In the first run of the movie, the bad guys won, and the good guy was taken out by an invisible attack from above. The last statement is:
“Encore: What has since occurred by Targets?”
The “Targets” are the good guys who failed in the first mission, because they were “targeted” by the powers-that-be. So what has occurred since then? How have things changed? It appears that the good guys are now better prepared and have positioned their own people in key positions of power—often by posing as bad guys who support the Deep State.
On January 21, 2018 Q posted: “FEAR THE STORM.” (post 541). This was just a few weeks after Geoffrey Berman had been appointed US Attorney in New York. He is the one who is at the heart of yesterday’s raid on Michael Cohen’s office and home.
If Q had Berman in mind, then he may have been connecting the “Storm” to “Stormy Daniels,” who became the excuse for the search warrant.
I have a theory.
The “Storm” is the general war going on for the future of the USA that will affect the world. The heart of the “Storm” is specifically Stormy Daniels, the porn star who now claims that she had a sexual encounter with Donald Trump in 2006 and was paid $130,000 by Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen to keep silent.
News stories involving such explosive material are seldom more than a report of cover stories for public consumption. There is always something underneath that is not being said. In light of Trump’s cryptic statement last October, it seems highly coincidental that she would call herself Stormy Daniels and that she would surface a few months later.
Trump claims that “it never happened.” Was he lying? Why, then, was she paid $130,000 to keep silent? On the surface, it seems that Trump himself is lying.
But if this was part of a long-term strategy by elements in the intelligence and military community, it may be that this was a setup from the beginning—sort of a “sting” operation against the Deep State, while making the Deep State believe that they really had something on Trump.
My theory is that at some unknown point in time, one of the white-hat good guys approached Trump and recruited him to run for president. He would be their front man and visible face, so to speak—as virtually all presidents have been for more than a century.
When Trump agreed to this, these people behind the scenes recruited Stormy Daniels to be part of the plan, arranging a meeting between her and Trump in front of security cameras to make it appear that they had had a sexual encounter. That way, Trump could later say truthfully, “It never happened,” while at the same time there was strong circumstantial evidence that it did happen--because it was set up for that very purpose.
Ten years later, in 2016, Trump’s lawyer, who was in on the plan, paid $130,000 to Stormy Daniels, supposedly to pay for her silence. The paper agreement, of course, was not signed by Trump, so technically, she was not legally bound to remain silent. That seems like a very unlikely mistake—in fact, a terrible mistake—on the part of Trump’s otherwise brilliant lawyer. But was it really a mistake, or part of a carefully devised plan?
In my theory, let’s say that when the time was right, Stormy Daniels contacted certain Democratic leaders, who passed on her story to their cohorts in the Deep State. Everyone is ecstatic about this new revelation, thinking they can finally bring down Trump. Of course, they have to hope that everyone has long forgotten the many sexual escapades of former president Bill Clinton. But then, Americans have short memories, as they all know.
So finally, Stormy Daniels goes public after being promised free lawyers and more than enough money to replace the $130,000 that she might have to repay Michael Cohen for breaking her silence. The interview is assigned to Anderson Cooper, a long-time CIA agent, on March 8, 2018. He does not realize that porn stars are actors and actresses, too.
Anderson Cooper was recruited under the CIA’s “Operation Mockingbird,” a long time ago, an allegation which he himself does not deny.
But Cooper does not know that he has been set up by Trump backers as a big sting operation known as “The Storm.” He thinks he is helping to overthrow Trump, when in fact, he is being exposed as an agent for the CIA. This will implicate him in numerous crimes when the CIA itself is exposed as being behind the takeover of the US government after the Kennedy assassination in 1963. Cooper will lose all credibility when the CIA’s role in creating ISIS is exposed.
The storm is now upon us in full fury. How it will end is not yet clear, but Q seems to think that everything is going according to plan. “Trust the plan,” he says. He further tells us to trust all of the directors of the agencies whom Trump has appointed, but with whom Trump seems to be at odds. Publicly, they work against Trump, and Trump fumes against them. But Q says that all of them can be trusted—except, of course, for Robert Mueller, who (presumably) will go down in flames before this is over.
How long will it take before we start seeing high-profile arrests that have been promised?
No one can say for sure, but Q hints at it, saying, “April showers.” That is a reference to the saying, “April showers bring May flowers.” In other words, the events in April ought to come to fruition in May. He has already said (on April 3, 2018, post #998) that the “Pope will be having a terrible May.”
Perhaps the Pope will not be alone.
At least in theory.