Not “Q”anon—Qanon—Kanon—Canon, The rule of law—Sharia law

Qanon—I think people are saying it wrong. It’s a word in other languages. Can you guess which ones?

Is it any coincidence that qanon (qanun) is a word primarily of middle eastern usage? Of course it was borrowed from the Greek about 1000 years ago, but today it’s primary use is elsewhere—with the Q spelling.

In Azerbaijan (98% Muslim) Qanon means blood. In Uzbek (88% Muslim) qanon means law, or canon. See HERE for some other interesting Arabic connections, like sharia.

Maybe qanon is a clue in plain sight? Who else would love to divide the great whore of all the earth more than that?

As for the alternate spelling, there is no “o” sound in Arabic, but the “oo” as in boots. hence the u in qanon; qanun

And I thought it was just a cool spelling for my last name, hijacked to rouse the gullible.

A massive study analyzed every major contested news story in English across the span of Twitter’s existence—some 126,000 stories, tweeted by 3 million users, over more than 10 years—and finds that the truth simply cannot compete with hoax and rumor. By every common metric, falsehood consistently dominates the truth on Twitter, the study finds: Fake news and false rumors reach more people, penetrate deeper into the social network, and spread much faster than accurate stories”


Author: jimoeba

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37 thoughts on “Not “Q”anon—Qanon—Kanon—Canon, The rule of law—Sharia law”

      1. I found the irony amusing.

        As for the Q Anon’s membership – believers who then act on these beliefs – they are quite real, just like religious believers or antifa activists or the woke thought police.

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        1. It’s funny how ignorance abounds and “thinking for yourself” is regurgitating things they’ve heard or read from reliable, anonymous“sources” Facebook is full of them.

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            1. The internet reminds me of Japan when western culture made its way there—they had no immunity to it whatsoever. I’m not sure how it currently is overseas, like South Africa or Western Europe, but Americans have no immunity to this new technology. Even tv news has them in a stupor of thought. It’s why I recommend quiet so often to reset.


          1. I’m not surprised. Seventy plus years of public education has indoctrinated people to become obedient followers and to regurgitate what they’ve been told.

            “One time when I was around ten, I went home from school, went in the backyard, and my father was there. And he said, ‘Well, Ralph, what did you learn in school today? Did you learn how to believe, or did you learn how to think?’”
            —Ralph Nader

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        2. Antifa did not exist except as a whipping boy for all Trump’s delusions. If there is a real Antifa today, they are not ANTI-FAscists, they are people who decided to make Trump’s worst nightmares become a reality. It was he who gave them life. May they give him a horrible death-in-life.

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          1. Antifa has a rather long history, Ron, certainly a common term used by my German friends to identify those who were against the neo nazis showing up at their punk concerts back in the 80s. The term was also used in the early 2000s to define those who regularly showed up to disrupt various speakers – especially clan and other White supremacist recruiters. Antifa was the term used to describe those hooded figures who showed up dressed in black and caused property damage and instigated rioting during otherwise peaceful protests… like Seattle’s 1999 WTO protest that turned into the Battle for Seattle. That’s why the Pacific Northwest continues to this day to be the heart of the antifa movement.

            But there’s no doubt about the resurgence of this deplorable group under Trump’s watch that has intentionally shifted from the mostly non violent and peaceful protests historically associated with anti fascism to today’s goons and those who wish to use public violence – the tools of imposing fascism – in the name of being anti-fascist… like throwing liquid cement into the faces of reporters who dare to question and later report on this tactic of violence and undermine the claim of their peaceful intentions.

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            1. No Ron here, lol. I guess I been out of touch with the news for the past 40 years. The first time I ever heard the word Antfa was out of Trump’s mouth, equating them to his favourite bogeymen MS-13. The way he spoke they seemed another figment of his vivid delusional mind.
              Thanks for the info.

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          1. If you want to participate here your going to have to tone it down. I’ve had a few militant types come here and I won’t have it. If you need to self soothe, please seek help elsewhere. If you can be civil, welcome aboard.


    1. It wouldn’t surprise me at all if the uber religious right conspiracy buffs were rallying behind an Islamic bot that pushes their preconceived buttons.

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      1. Well, no idea what the Q really stands for, but the original spelling I saw was Q-Anon, which I took to be either Quesrions-Anonymous, or Qonpspiracies-Anonymous. I like my ideas much better than yours.

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  1. This is interesting, I’m not convinced but the new thing out of Qanon is that Jewish space lasers caused the wildfires in America. This would seem to support your post.

    I myself think it’s a bunch of nerds that took Q from Star Trek and pushed it on republicans because they are easy targets. I think they did it to make some quick cash.

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  2. My take is that they have been pronouncing and spelling their operation all wrong. I think it’s supposed to be Q-Acon.
    Before I deactivated my Twitter account late last year I used to look up their hashtags just for the sake of amusement. Late last year I stepped away for a few months in an effort to clear my mind of all the nonsense of social media and return with a focus of using it a lot less. After a while I found that I had actually lost interest in Twitter which is the one service I figured I’d keep. I decided I want to close my account. So I attempted to reactivate my account without luck. I couldn’t figure why and then discovered Twitter closes accounts that have been deactivated for over a month. When I discovered this I was thankful the saved me the trouble.

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