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Q's epistemological profile similar to Jesus'

Both pre-crucifixion Jesus and Q were kingly envoys to the humble people, informing them incognito beneath the jaded noses of wicked elites.

Those who disbelieve in Q because he didn't immediately manifest as conquering messiah obviously learned nothing from Jesus' covert ministry.

When Jesus became too popular, he had to either reduce followers or go to Jerusalem and get assassinated.  That's why he strictly forbade the beneficiaries of his miracles from speaking about them.

When Q became too popular, he had to either reduce followers or cancel the sting operation because the perps were tipped off.  That's why he kept his ops compartmentalized and classified, and his comms cryptic and misleading.

That's why Qanons tend to be honest Christians.  They understand how honest men practice the art of misdirection when fighting evil.  Liars, meanwhile, scoff in disbelief at the "obvious" lies.

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