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Meme Maker Craft Fair!

The Q Tree

Today I would like to get everybody SHARING and TEACHING our knowledge about how to MAKE MEMES!

And if you don’t MAKE MEMES, I’d still like people to share what they DO know about memes – where to get them, where to keep them, and WHAT WORKS BEST!

And maybe even show us some of your best, favorite, and most effective memes.

Q says memes are important – it’s time to take Q seriously and SPREAD THE MEMES.

I personally like a tool called THE GIMP – the GNU Image Manipulation Program:


GIMP is awesome – partly because it’s FREE – partly because it works on all the major platforms – and partly because it has a cute mascot named Wilber. I think Wilber is a coyote, but most people prefer to just think of him as Wilber.

Here is a simple meme I made with GIMP, by just…

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Dark to Light

Since I have such a divergent mind with ideas bouncing all around, I can’t hold a light to Lionel. Damn he is all over the place. It is not his fault because it is hard to keep up with this new media which is exciting and all consuming. What the hell is a TV in this new cyberspace. Damn this life of headphones and keyboard 24/7 with so much to learn and experience in The Q Tree, Qanon, OTH and all the intelligent commentary. There is hope with my new birthday present to arrive: THE CASE FOR TRUMP by VDH. Quite solitude in a recliner, yet I worry that I might miss something in this world. The Great Awakening is in this realm of Darkness and I must see the Light.

Five Basic Rules of Propaganda

Here are five basic rules of propaganda, courtesy of Norman Davies in his extraordinary book “Europe: A History”:

  • The rule of simplification: reducing all data to a simple confrontation between ‘Good and Bad’, ‘Friend and Foe’.
  • The rule of disfiguration: discrediting the opposition by crude smears and parodies.
  • The rule of transfusion: manipulating the consensus values of the target audience for one’s own ends.
  • The rule of unanimity: presenting one’s viewpoint as if it were the unanimous opinion of all right-thinking people: draining the doubting individual into agreement by the appeal of star-performers, by social pressure, and by ‘psychological contagion’.
  • The rule of orchestration: endlessly repeating the same messages in different variations and combinations.