Trump, QAnon and the Return of Magic

Trump, QAnon and the Return of Magic

2020, Conspiracy  -   82 Comments
Ratings: 6.09/10 from 220 users.

Common sense ain't so common anymore. That's the overriding message of Trump, QAnon and the Return of Magic, a lively, but distressing portrait of our current state of disrepair. The film issues a scathing critique of our cultural and sociopolitical climate, which is being driven by harmful and irresponsible rhetoric, social media proliferation, and lack of distinctions between truth and fantasy.

Conspiracy crackpots have always existed, but social media has provided them with a more dominant and attention-grabbing public forum. This has also greased the wheels for larger numbers of followers who are perhaps similarly disenfranchised or susceptible.

At the center of this mayhem is QAnon, a social movement started in 2017 which alleges a widespread operation of child sex trafficking led by Satan worshipping pedophiles. Supporters of QAnon overwhelmingly stand in strong support of current U.S. President Donald Trump, a figure they view as the hero who will stand against the cabal of perverted degenerates. Their mission is bolstered by the president's frequent retweets of their conspiracies and general disinterest in condemning their actions on a public stage.

Unfortunately, QAnon is not an anomaly. Conspiracy movements are gripping the public consciousness like never before. It seems to fulfill a primal human need. The film outlines the motivations behind this disturbing phenomenon.

It begins with the notion of magical thinking - a relatively harmless exercise characterized by fable and superstition. Taken to the extremes in our current environment of unprecedented fear and anxiety, this kind of thinking can deepen divisions and actually place lives in peril. The film reviews the tenants of conspiracy-minded perceptions, including their reliance on symbols and patterns, how they prey upon our basic need to find comfort through our search for meaning, and the social conditions that allow for the easy spread of their misinformation campaigns.

Utilizing reels of footage from pop culture spectacles, news reports and other popular media, the film itself represents a theory of where we have gone wrong as a society. But it's one that's deeply rooted in common sense thinking, and a firm belief in the work of scientists and other evidence seekers.

Directed by: Kirby Ferguson

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82 Comments / User Reviews

  1. gonzalez

    I am a scientist. I liked this video. It is an effort to explain a reality that is growing, For many of us looking at Qanon or other of these things generates a "these guys are stupid or mad". However, that reaction will bring us nowhere. If we do not stop the growth, progress will go down the drain. So the healthy reaction is " why is this happening? and how can we stop this from growing?". The video is in this idea.
    I would add a reason for why is this happening: some people take advantage of nonsense. The republican party to mention one. How can you defend the interests of the minority of rich people and still win elections in which every vote counts the same? This is forcing clever 'evidence seeker' politicians to support these ideas in which they do not believe.

  2. Billie

    During my time spent at AIU obtaining my AS degree in criminal justice I developed a theory. One that I believe would help put an end to most of the violence twords police. Everyone has been searching for ways to improve the relationship between the police and the citizens they serve. Special committees appointed by congress yielded nothing. Top thinker have yet to put a name to this despair. For some reason the police have always been the cause. So, we have tried to fix them. My theory is , we are the problem. I think police officers should be considered there own race. They fit the description of being their own race. They group together, have similar interests and lifestyles. Today's definition of race doesn't always mean from the womb. We as a society discriminate against these people who pledge to protect and have given their lives to do so. If they are considered their own race it would make it illegal to show the hate they insure daily. It would hold those accountable in the courts the same way they do those who commit hate crimes. There is no other job in the world that allows the masses to slander or assault a group of people without consequences. I have felt the hate myself just by driving a retired police car. I've had things throw at my car for no reason. I've feared for my life in situations simply because I was precieved to be the police. The problem isn't the police it's the people who believe it's okay to hate them, hurt them, and even kill them because of who they are. That too fits the definition of racism.

    1. AmYLeE

      😆 Oh god 🙈 No, being a cop is NOT a "race", it's a career ❗CHOICE❗. Only a ignorant und severly priviledged white person can say something so ridiculous....all that "Blue Lives' Matter" bullshit is ridiculous. NObody would CHOOSE to live a LIFE of racism&oppression (not work a job, or play a role......a life is 24/7). I don't care what you studied, or how scared you have been 🙄, YOU don't get to make up new definitions for racism. You probably haven't even visited much of the world, let alone be able to claim it's the "only job in the world" where people get "slandered 😆 without consequences". If ANYthing, it's the only job in the world where you can openly show ACTUAL racism, and even KILL minorities, without facing consequences. If cops wouldn't GIVE people a REASON to hate them, then there wouldn't be a's not like people are showing hate for being "protected and served" 🤷‍♀️ And, if the "good cops" would at least turn in the bad&racist&aggressive ones, then NObody would have a problem EITHER. Cops in England don't even carry guns......i have NEVER heard of a cop shooting an innocent person in the german city that i have been living in for 10 years (or shootings concerning police at ALL). NOwhere in the world are so many innocent people shot&killed by police as in the US. The problem isn't people who don't like, or even hate, police, the problem is the history (and present conduct) of the racism, sexism, homophobia, and aggression&violence that the police have&DO display(ed). All it would take would be no more police more shootings and killed black people& more sexual more homophobic more arrests to reach a quote, which leads to a disproportional arrest and incarceration rate of's common sense: if you don't GIVE certain groups and the masses REASONS to hate you, then they won't. It's that simple.

    2. Anonymous

      This is a response to AmYLeE,
      You have been drinking the koolaid the MSM is feeding you and you're just regurgitating the slander.
      First, more white people are killed every year by cops than Black people or other minorities despite the fact that the black population commits a good portion of the crime when considering that they are a smaller proportion of the population.
      Second, yes Billie is out to lunch...
      Third, Your lack of attention to detail and the ease with which you throw around accusations with words like Racism, Sexism, Homophobia is a tell tale sign that you lack the ability to think critically and instead go along with the narrative that divides all of us!
      The next time you are in trouble please call BLM and see if they help you out faster than the police.
      You and other people in this chat that think they are Liberals because they are on the left or adhere to the democrat dictates of our time, when in fact you and the others are the furthest thing from what a real liberal is.
      I am a Liberal socially and a centrist politically, and what I have witnessed over the last 20 years is that the Conservatives are now closer to what were Liberals of the past. The democrats are anything but liberal and I will go as far as to say they encroaching on Fascism.
      Most of the dummies in this chat (lefties) would rather keep their worldview intact and stay in denial about the world around them so they can keep drinking their koolaid that pats their worldview on the back.
      Its time to wake up and and see the facts that are right in front of your face...Both political sides are in this together with the exception of a few individuals that speak their minds and are rooted in common sense.
      Go get your 4th gene therapy injections....because you guys are smart right!?

  3. David Dieni

    As an activist of 30 years, the last 20 have been very disconcerting as I have consciously observed the infantalization of western populations for which the iPhone has played a crucial role in burying the truth and objective causes for the crisis that has unfolded in the west that is bound up in a society founded upon a finite resource in oil, that was unsustainable from the outset and its collapse inevitable, (we now use 6 barrels of oil for everyone we find, while, world oil production is in a permanent 9% decline)and an economic system that requires the impossibility of never ending expansion on a finite planet that is grounded in no science whatsoever, instead we are fed the BS of a magic hand that is insane, yet many subscribe to this ridiculous theory.

    The last thing the population wants to know is the truth because it means taking action and responsibility completely reassessing our way of life that is no longer viable, so the scapegoats offered up via social media, in neo Marxists and immigrants being the cause are swallowed up whole sale, without any evidence to support these claims, while the populace turn to Trump, Obama and Sanders to save them, as Democrats are no less delusional than the Republicans they admonish for electing the lunatic Trump.

    There are many concerned clinical psychologists that work outside of the system that are not beholden to corporate funding, and it was only a matter of time before studies started filtering through regarding the infantilization of the west to verify this phenomenon, studies that are now piling up one upon the other that are assiduously ignored by a sick psychotic culture in severe denial

    The Infantilization of the Postmodern Adult and the Figure of Kidult
    Jacopo Bernardini, The University of social studies Perugia (Italy)

    Being young today is no longer a transitory stage, but rather a choice of life, well established and brutally promoted by the media system. While the classic paradigms of adulthood and maturation could interpret such infantile behavior as a symptom of deviance, such behavior has become a model to follow, an ideal of fun and being carefree, present in a wide variety of contexts of society. The contemporary adult follows a sort of thoughtful immaturity, a conscious escape from the responsibilities of an anachronistic model of life. If an ideal of maturity remains, it does not find behavioral compensations in a society where childish attitudes and adolescent life models are constantly promoted by the media and tolerated by institutions

    The Terminial Self
    by Simon Gottschalk
    Professor of Sociology, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

    If you regularly watch TV, you’ve probably seen a cartoon bear pitching you toilet paper, a gecko with a British accent selling you auto insurance and a bunny in sunglasses promoting batteries.
    This has always struck me as a bit odd. Sure, it makes sense to use cartoon characters to sell products to kids – a phenomenon that’s been well-documented.

    But why are advertisers using the same techniques on adults
    To me, it’s just one symptom of a broader trend of infantilization in Western culture. It began before the advent of smartphones and social media. But, as I argue in my book our everyday interactions with these computer technologies have accelerated and normalized our culture’s infantile tendencies.

    The Personality Crisis
    Clinical Psychologist John F Schumaker (New Zealand)

    Cultural infantilism (excerpt)
    Immaturity has joined forces, as a cultural consensus, with a growing number of social thinkers warning of the dramatic rise of ‘psychological neoteny’, otherwise known as ‘cultural infantilization’. Bruce G Charlton’s influential 2006 Medical Hypothesis article ‘The rise of the boy-genius’ detailed the cultural evolution of a personality profile marked by delayed cognitive maturation, emotional and spiritual shallowness, and diminished ‘profundity of character’ that manifests itself in a ‘child-like flexibility of attitudes, behaviours and knowledge’.

    While these ‘unfinished personalities’ may have increased adaptability in a mercurial culture of inconstant loyalties, abbreviated attention spans and compulsive novelty-seeking, they also expose society to the rawness and limitations of youth that hamper higher-order judgment and decision-making abilities, and culminate in a ‘culture of irresponsibility’.

  4. David Dieni

    Republicans believe that the democrats are socialist because some said they were

    1. jon

      Open your mind David. The Democrats are the New Nazis. Ray Charles could see this.

    2. David Dieni

      Jon That is nonsensical, it has no evidence and is direct contradiction to impartial expert assessment. If you doubt the veracity or integrity of these experts, you must be specific as to why.

      While the US has been aptly described as an inverted totalitarian regime.

      Inverted totalitarianism
      The political philosopher Sheldon Wolin coined the term inverted totalitarianism in 2003 to describe what he saw as the emerging form of government of the United States. Wolin analysed the United States as increasingly turning into a managed democracy (similar to an illiberal democracy). He uses the term "inverted totalitarianism" to draw attention to the totalitarian aspects of the American political system and argues that America has similarities to Nazi regime.

      The book Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt (2012) by Chris Hedges and Joe Sacco portrays inverted totalitarianism as a system where corporations have corrupted and subverted democracy and where economics bests politics. Every natural resource and living being is commodified and exploited by large corporations to the point of collapse as excess consumerism and sensationalism lull and manipulate the citizenry into surrendering their liberties and their participation in government.

  5. David Dieni

    Indoctrinated and infantile
    We swallow every insane lie
    As denial, blind hope and optimism
    Hold up walls that are our prison

    Data stats, who needs all that?
    They're just a bunch of useless facts
    That only make me feel uneasy
    A little sick, a little queasy

    Its the migrants, no, it's the Jews
    So many scapegoats, now which to choose?
    And don't forget the Neo-Marxists
    Hiding at home in your bread baskets

    Now I haven't studied history
    Or any political economy,
    Don't know shit about psychology
    Or the development of society
    I haven't studied anything at all
    No diplomas hang upon the wall
    But I know all that there is to know
    Because Jordan Peterson told me so
    Now I'm registered with Jobster
    Looking for work as a lobster

    Hold on tight, we're going down
    Slavish fools to knaves and clowns
    No ,money left for the sick and poor
    Its all been spent on endless war
    And edumacation who needs that
    When its all downloadable on an app?

    Faster than the world's revolving
    Humanity is fast devolving
    While good old Donald is no ones hero
    Why, he's a fiddler just like Nero
    Can't believe it's come to this
    My god we're bloody idiots

    1. Philip Evans

      Stop trying to be cute. Anyone who can afford to do research (watching talking heads is not research) will quickly see truth. Just research:
      *The Sinking of Battleship Maine
      *The Lusitania
      *The "Surprise" Attack on Pearl Harbor
      *The Gulf of Tonkin
      *The Sandy Hook Massacre
      *Operation Northwoods
      You'll get the idea soon enough...

  6. bull

    this doc is bs a typical millennial dumb ass who think reading a wiki page make you an expert

    1. lexan

      might be the dumbest comment ive ever read; definitely top ten nonsarcastic

    2. David Dieni

      dumb, typical are not criticisms, they are the insipid negations of the uneducated, who live in a fantasy world of denial as it absolves them of taking any responsibility for the world we live in.

  7. Mike

    I'm glad the narrator is so supremely smart. He knows everything! And he explains everything so well that even low IQ viewers can understand it. You can tell how smart the narrator is because of the ease and simplicity in all his explanations. I honestly think he's underutilizing his intellect and should make the ultimate documentary - "The History Before The Big Bang, Why and How, And The Four-Dimensional Mathematics To Prove It". And from watching documentary, with this kind of intellect(!), I'm guessing "The History Before The Big Bang, Why and How, And The Four-Dimensional Mathematics To Prove It" would only take this filmaker 20 minutes!
    In other words, I think this "documentary" is listed under the wrong category. It should be in the comedy section.

    1. Ryan

      Classic conspiracy theorist. What, you THINK YOU'RE AN EXPERT, because you have critical thinking skills and can apply logic? Look at you?! In reality, you're the ones who have this false sense of superiority because you KNOW THE TRUTH MAN.

    2. Majic Man

      I concur with your assessment of his mental capacity.

  8. Jesus Doe

    Chicken broth for lunatics

  9. Morgan

    Watch this film with a critical eye. The filmmaker is gaslighting you. Message to the filmmaker: So much good here, Mr. Kirby. You are right on so many fronts. But you're missing the trick, and in the end, you've made a film that gaslights both "Magical Thinkers" and "Evidence Seekers". It's a small sleight of hand - I doubt you did it on purpose - but when you talk about how Evidence Seekers use reason and Magical Thinkers use feeling, you're flat out lying to your audience. EVERYBODY uses emotion to make decisions. Everybody has implicit bias. Everyone's decision-making is influenced by their lived experience and what's acceptable (and unacceptable) for their culture and sub-culture. And few of us really struggle to get outside our inherited viewpoint. While pretending like Evidence Seekers are always acting rationally, you're ignoring this fact, and invalidating what is otherwise a solid argument. By dismissing magic out of hand, you're stating that you would reject the ample evidence for a kind of 'faculty x' that has been suppressed in human being. Magic as you conceptualize it is hogwash. But it's your lack of imagination about what magic might actually be that invalidates your argument. Just because you can't conceptualize it or perceive it, doesn't mean it doesn't exist. From Galileo to John Harrison to Alan Turing, science is FULL of 'evidence seekers' rejecting new evidence based on their FEELINGS and their need for comfort and certainty. Like I said, watch this film with an extremely critical eye.

  10. Tomas Coppinger

    Super video with a lot of truth.
    Are all Republicans just plain stupid or is it that they didn't go to school?

  11. Jodi E. MacPherson

    whats up now????

  12. Howard

    This is an incredibly insightful look at the human condition and I congratulate the author. For those who are heavily invested in 'magical thinking' and conspiracy, it will be dismissed out of hand.

    1. bull

      nah this guy knows nothing about psychology this guy just has a world view which is as limited and mind boggling as a flat earther

  13. Don Russell

    So you hate Trump and religion. You seem young, but know everything about everyone. I give you credit for getting your documentary on this site though. One day you will grow old enough to realize that Kool-Aid is served on both sides.

  14. jen

    hahahahaha the world IS run by a cabal of satan-worshipping, child sacrificing elite. The fact that this films disclaims this is disgusting to all our children who have been sacrificed for sex, slavery, and body parts. When a man can rape a child until it's dead and have a medical team standing by to harvest the organs, I would say that is pretty evil. Wonder how much this guy was payed?

  15. jen

    well, you gave it a good shot, but I don't think you are on the right track cause the other side is not magic, but wanted to be proven wrong...gaslighting at it's finest.

  16. jen

    I don't follow Q but the pedos are real...

  17. jen

    actually this is all true.....wake up guys.

  18. Whoever

    I couldn't watch all of this. It bored me!

  19. Manonymous

    I just came to read all silly, hateful, negative, mindless, robotic tappings of the internet nobody's who think they're experts on this, and every other subject, simply because they've watched or read stuff on the interwebs from their bedrooms in the last seven years or less... and as always and without fail, I wasn't disappointed!!

  20. TC

    Very good video. I've been scratching my head, wondering why seemingly normal people believe the most ridiculous things. I think you have arrived at a very likely explanation.

  21. Jon

    Q is a figment of the Left's tin hat theories, believed by mindless, woke generation who can't think for themselves.

  22. marc

    Pizzagate is real. It's the game of the depraved very rich.
    Calling people conspiracists is just a deflection from the controlled media for the protection of their owners.

  23. Andrew

    this documentary builds a straw man fallacy , aimed to kill curiosity and disconnect intelligent people with PhD's and degrees from whistle blowers in education like new york teacher of the year John taylor gatto , nsa whistle blowers William Binney ,Ed Snowden or investigator Steven Rambam ,and politics like recently passed away Allan Watt - it's full of rhetorical fallacies , your better off with Richard groves peace revolution podcast , great books of western world and last but not least The holy bible with books like wise king Solomon's proverbs .

    1. Andrew

      this documentary seems like it might be made or backed by social media 77th brigade , it's very pc government ,behavioral insight team intervention propaganda for the already brainwashed ,they are worried about the truth catching on to the uninitiated , truth that has substance and validity - but this guys saying nothing there to see ,he's in error.

  24. Khalel

    So I'm a M.T , IMO Q is -was a psyop 2 make de ➡️ feel a false sense of security/winning , JFKjr 2 Tall 2be V.fsca ,pizza & WayF gained credibility because that group of pollis all had connection 2 Epstein , the body trails of ex -clinton guards & assoc was & still don't look good for them these people dark beings ,
    Anyway don't agree but did enjoy
    A different perspective

  25. jon

    What left wing conspiracy BS!! People who believe this crap need to loosen their tin foil hat and stop watching the lame stream media.

  26. AnnaQuimbley

    This "documentary" isn't even a documentary. It offers nothing. It's 43 minutes of a guy complaining about "magical thinking" while lumping everyone he disagrees with as "magical thinkers". It's a waste of time.

  27. maloose

    Excellent work! lots of hard work has gone into this. Spot on!

  28. Davej

    Spot on!

  29. Spencer L

    This documentary is great. Don't be deterred by the sore losers in the comments.

    Seriously what happened, did QAnon post about this site and make all the creeps come out in droves?

  30. James

    Qanon is idiotic but so is this documentary.

    1. Dom

      This guy is so up his own @$$

  31. David of the Jews

    This guy is clearly a mindless, smug liberal. Just one example, “we are evidence seekers” … shows clip of trump asking about Obama’s birth certificate … ignores that two internationally certified digitize forensic labs independently certified that the birth certificate Obama provided on the White House is a forgery. Did this “evidence seeker” ask why that was , whatever the reason it is clearly a forgery? No he didn’t. Just bothered on about more self-entitled smug pseudo-evidence.

    What the hell, let’s do another example: “we are evidence seekers” … “believes that surgical masks and cloth coverings can prevent virus spread in spite of all research showing that is not what science says and it is magical thinking like believing you can carry water with a mesh strainer … no, no, it’s really there, it is just invisible water. The mesh strainer works and therefore we must subjugate people. From an “evidence seeker”, science believer cultist that also does not call out the communist and socialist and diversity magical thinking that is WAY more prevalent and being pushed on the liberal side.

    I lost interest in this hot mess, but the irony is that mr “evidence seeker” here totally ignores the fact that the real reality that is called a conspiracy, Jewish power and dominance over the whole western world, you know, the one even mr evidence here call out as the only ones really affected by all this. Or are we supposed to believe the magical thinking that somehow a tiny little community just coincidentally is able to magically dominate all the aspects of society and fully control both parties and the whole government of the USA? Thinking that Jewish domination and control is not intentional in spite of all the real and clear fact and evidence all over the place … now THAT is magical thinking.

  32. Rachel

    There is so much stuff that you have either missed or just ignored,

  33. Tony M

    Such cr*p. Worse than Q.

  34. boydjaco

    I used to listen to Alex Jones until the same shit he spewed about republicans he started spewing at democrats. Thats when I knew it was for money!!!

  35. Observer

    Some appear to believe that because one 'conspiracy theory' turned out to be true that validates all other theories they choose to believe.

    That's not how evidence works.

  36. Jimmy

    Go Biden and Kamala Harris 🎉🎉🎉👏👏👏

  37. roland

    this guy is an absolute moron wow

    1. Observer

      You shouldn't be so hard on yourself.

      Where there's life there's hope.

    2. LH

      Agreed. His stupidity is counterproductive to what actually exists & this documentary is a joke.

  38. Jason

    Is this guy retarded?

  39. JMFD

    Wow the trumpanzees and 4chin incels are out in force on this one. It's come to be that the low voted doccos are the good ones with all the pathetic right wing brigading.

  40. Jerubbal

    The only good thing about this documentary is when you acknowledged it as your own opinions. It is pretty obvious there is no objectivity to all your theories in the name of science and dismissing all other thoughts as 'magical thinking'. Whether you believe there is God or not does not negate the existence of God. Similarly, whether or not you believe in the existence of satan or evil does not rid the world of their influence. I hope you wake up to the truth one day after uncovering one big lie that leads you to question your own theories.

    1. Observer

      Just because you choose to believe the things you do doesn't mean any of it exists either.

      Yet you choose to condemn those who don't follow your fantasy too.

      Can you see how you're no different to those you attempt to belittle?

  41. andy

    horrible documentary..........

  42. David

    I thought it was important to sit through your documentary so that we could better understand the thinking that goes on in the minds of those that need to push forward the narrative. Your fatal flaw was off-handedly dismissing all alternative thought as 'conspiracy theories' . That of itself is very dangerous and dismissive. Putting the Technocracy in charge of fact checking has proven the point. Fortunately, there are lawyers in the world that have taken on the fact checkers that have removed the ability to debate. Their case is solid, I have read the evidence. The reality is history is full of conspiracy. The problem 'your people' are going to have should they follow your plan, is when the rest of world wakes up to the simple arithmetic they can do using CDC data, they will discover 1) there never was a pandemic based on the traditional definition, 2) As Dr. Fauci has admitted the PCR test is 100% inaccurate beyond 33 cycles of amplification which explains our current state of the Casedemic caused by the Testdemic 3) which explains why the test is being done to 40-45 cycles but those testing positive are asymptomatic because they are not infected 40 But the fatal flaw in your argument are all of the peer reviewed, published studies veryfying that mask wearing, social distancing, and barring gatherings are designed to keep people fearful, for when they are they will do exactly what you want them to do which again has been thoroughly studied and published in the journals. You forgot the last group; those that look at a scenario, exam the facts, and make up their own minds

  43. Iggsy81

    This is great. Shame there are so many triggered trumptards in the comments, it would have done you some good to watch it through!

  44. Moroccan for trump

    your docu is full of buls***

  45. Steve Rogers

    He said he was an everyday liberal, which is pretty obvious but he doesnt have a clue about Q anon.

    1. Bob

      Obviously an Illuminati film ..... lots in this films have be proven but he makes jokes of it .... it’s a war good versus evil.

  46. noob

    This guy is just making up new terminology for people who trust in fact and people who trust in faith, also just taking clips from popular movies to try to explain his opinion and touch common ground with a wide audience, just like all the other sit @ home youtubers that feel like making a documentary one day...

  47. User-1

    Some of the points made make much sense, but I am concerned that narrator is trying to tie science into this convoluted thinking of things. Science exists in large part from reproduced observations. Observations from many observers also produce facts. Trying to say the scientific observation and language is "magic" is selling the method short.

  48. Mark

    More Child Liberal BS

  49. John Christoper

    A balanced, incisive documentary on how emotion and the "unknown" permeate our beliefs and behavior. If you want to understand how conspiracy theory and "magic" have infiltrated our lives and politics, this is a must watch.

  50. Paul Simpson

    Got through about five minutes before the bullshit meter went through the roof. nice try.

  51. John

    Theories are just that: theories. They are an essential part of thinking in all realms of endeavour. The term "conspiracy theory" is just another derogatory label that the woke community likes to hang on people and ideas that threaten to awaken them from their sublime state of virtuous wokeness.
    A quick look at the rest of the videos should show you you have found a nest of wokeness.

    1. Mmmkay

      You obviously don't understand what a theory is. It's "the theory of gravity" and "the theory of evolution", but both gravity and evolution are facts. "Theory" is not the opposite of "fact". A theory is the whole collection of facts about a specific topic. So the theory of gravity is a collection of everything we know about the fact of gravity. Get it?

    2. Dork Rock

      Q is not a fact, because it has not been proven. Therefore, it is a theory. Calling something a theory only says it has not been proven. It's not derogatory, so why are you so insecure about it?

  52. denis

    I Can't believe I am sitting through this bullshit documentary. Full of crap, fear mongering, anti Trump and like the commentary writer says "Full go Jack Shit

  53. Al

    Even if there is no Qanon, it's highly unlikely that human trafficking isn't a very real thing. Qanon wants the corruption exposed starting with the most detestable, ending remaining pedophilia trafficking rings that haven't been exposed yet they too will be exposed and stopped. Just think. What if it was your child?

    1. Dork Rock

      Like Trump and Epstein

  54. Judy

    I could not stomach even finishing this bullshit documentary. It's an obvious attempt to dissuade anyone from looking into any suspicious events. It's too bad that you have to live your life in such ignorance. Maybe one day you will wake up. That's how it works - you discover one big lie and that leads you to question everything!!

    1. Sue

      I agree 100% Thanks you your truth Judy. It is mine as well.

  55. Karmy

    There is no QAnon except in the media's disdainful portrayal of the movement. Reading the title told me all I needed to know about who did this documentary. Someone who has absolutely no clue as to who or what the Q movement is about. Obviously Q is too close to the truth which is why the media is trying to squash the movement. Too late, it is worldwide.

    1. Anon

      EXACTLY! What a farce this “documentary” is! Another FAKE piece of propaganda!

  56. G Fleming

    They are tenets not tenants.

  57. Anon

    Oh Look! Everything about pedos and globalism must be fake because soy boy narrator said so. How stupid do you really think we are. You are THE Fake! KEK

  58. ellie

    Kirby, I'm sorry you've never realized that most of life exists in the realm of 'magic', the invisible, the inexplicable. God bless Trump, his staff, his family and all those behind "Q" who reveal the truth and are trying to restore sovereignty to humanity.

  59. led

    hahahahaha way to funny good comedy thanx

    1. mikem

      its flushed out
      open the doors

  60. Jeffro

    I really hate “documentaries” like this. Lumping all conspiracies together as if none have ever been carried out, ignoring facts in order to make some theories seem insane, and promoting scientific rigor while displaying none whatsoever. I’m astounded that this is even being legitimized by being posted here.
    P.S. I don’t subscribe to QAnon. I think they could easily be a conspiracy to de-legitimize any and all conspiracy theories. Pretty convoluted I know.