Note: We have a Frequently Asked Questions (QAnon FAQ) page too!

Study Q’s posts.

Read for yourself.
Think for yourself.
Trust yourself.

Ask yourself:

  • If Q is fake, why doesn’t the mainstream media encourage you to study Q for yourself so you can be better equipped to talk about topics Q addresses, like #Obamagate, child trafficking, voter fraud, arson, Nazi ideology, false flags, and racism?
  • If Q is dangerous, why are there millions of peaceful people who love studying Q’s posts?
  • Where are the Q posts encouraging violence?
  • Why are Q’s posts being censored instead of discussed openly?
  • Why the fixation on talking about Q but not quoting Q?
  • How qualified are you to form an educated opinion about something you’ve only learned about via secondhand sources that oppose that thing?
  • If the MSM is correct that Q is violent, why do none of Q’s posts encourage violence while dozens of them urge peace?
  • If Q generated awareness of corruption and inquiry into the origins and workings of child trafficking organizations, would that be a bad thing?
  • Why would any good person oppose honest inquiry, freedom of thought?
  • If Barack Obama has nothing to hide, why are there multiple investigations still ongoing into his administration’s surveillance of Donald Trump and other prominent Republicans starting in 2015 if not earlier?
  • Why does the MSM hate Trump so much?
  • Why do so many elites call for a one world government?
  • Why is questioning the official narrative shamed?
  • What’s so dangerous about thinking for yourself?
  • Who’s responsible for the way you view the world?
  • Who’s responsible for the way you feel about your health?
  • Who’s responsible for fixing problems in society?
  • Who’s responsible for how you think?
  • Who should have control over you?
  • How can you know what is true?
    Is it okay to ask uncomfortable questions?
  • Is it okay not to know all the answers?
  • It it okay to think for yourself?
  • Is it okay to find sources you can trust?
  • Is it okay to question authority?
  • Is it okay to question everything?
  • Are you real?
  • Is love real?
  • Is God real?
    Are we alone in the universe?
  • Is there a purpose to life?
  • Did we live before birth?
  • Will we live after death?
  • Is any of our ancient history different from what we’ve been taught?
  • Are any scientific truths different from what we’ve been taught?
    How is power maintained?
  • How is control maintained?
  • How should we learn?
  • Who should teach us?
  • Why are we here?
  • What happens when we ask questions?
  • What happens when we study?
    Is there such a thing as pure evil?
  • Is there such a thing as pure good?
  • Are humans, generally speaking, good?
  • Are humans capable of pure evil?
  • Are you good?
  • What do you want in life?
  • What is your goal?
  • What are your hopes and dreams?
  • What are your fears?
  • What if everyone spent most of their time trying to help other people?
    What if the MSM is lying when it says racism is a major problem in America?
  • What if the MSM lying when it says white supremacy is a major problem in America?
  • Who owns the MSM?
  • What do they believe?
  • Why?
  • What do they want you to believe?
  • Why?
  • What should you believe?
  • Why?
    What sources should you trust when forming your beliefs?
  • What kinds of questions should you ask when forming your beliefs?
  • Upon what should you base your beliefs?
  • Does the truth change depending on who believes it?
  • Does the truth change depending on what is said about it?
    If you’re wrong about the world, does that make you evil?
  • If you’re wrong about the world, could it be because you’ve been kept from awareness by people who get money and power over you by keeping you in the dark?
  • How does it feel after you learn truth that changes your mind?
  • How do you know what you know?
  • What would cause you to change your mind?