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The Q, Hussein, Clinton Summer Book Club

The Q, Hussein, Clinton Summer Book Club

Today, I am covering books, books, books. We have learned Q may have been using trip codes and user IDs to point to specific books. On Jordan Sather's twitter feed, I found this treasure.

There’s 1111 COMPLETE BOOKS of information here.

TripCodes alone have a treasure trove:

Ramtha, Last Waltz of the Tyrants, the Prophecy REVISITED Author: Ramtha Found: TripCode CbboFOtcZs Used: 376 times

Alraune Author: Hanns Heinz Ewers Found: TripCode 4pRcUA0lBE Used: 106 times

“I Love Learning; I Hate School”: An Anthropology of College Author: Susan D. Blum Found: TripCode 2jsTvXXmXs Used: 9 times

Barbelo: The Story of Jesus Christ Author: Riaan Booysen Found: TripCode xowAT4Z3VQ Used: 429 times

Behold a Pale Horse Author: William Cooper Found: TripCode UW.yye1fxo Used: 620 times Notes: Interview with Bill Cooper

Restoring the Republic: A Clear, Concise, and Colorful Blueprint for America’s Future Author: Devin Nunes Found: TripCode hjgxl/kbbQ Used: 1 time Notes: TripCode only used once, but 2 TripCodes point to this book. Note the author.

Restoring the Republic: A Clear, Concise, and Colorful Blueprint for America’s Future Author: Devin Nunes Found: TripCode ZTY0ZjM1M2UwOWM5 Used: 1 time Notes: TripCode only used once, but 2 TripCodes point to this book. Note the author.

The Devil’s Chessboard: Allen Dulles, the CIA, and the Rise of America’s Secret Government Author: David Talbot Found: TripCode ITPb.qbhqo Used: 229 times Notes: Sounds like it reveals the beginnings of the Deep State. Imagine there’s a ton here. Anyone want to start in and report back?

The Scholia on the Aves of Aristophanes: With an Introduction on the Origin, Development, Transmission, and Extant Sources of the Old Greek Commentary on His Comedies Author: John Williams White, PhD Found: TripCode ITPb.71B/. Used: 1 time Notes: Quote on cover is interesting: “And out of olde bookes, in good feith, Cometh al this newe science that men lere”

The Third Way: The Nazi International, European Union, and Corporate Fascism Author: Joseph P. Farrell Found: TripCode LytbJwNsQ6v Used: 1 time Notes: Probably dives into how the Nazi’s play into all this.

Dysgenics: Genetic Deterioration in Modern Populations Author: Richard Lynn Found: TripCode a22Tubbaks Used: 1 time Notes: Any doctors want to dive into this one?

There’s 1100 UserID’s that ALSO have correlating books that they link to.

Here are the highlights:

The Spinning Magnet: The Electromagnetic Force That Created the Modern World Author: Alanna Mitchell Found: 37 times on multiple UserID’s thus far. Notes: Suspect there’s some good reading material here if anyone wants to dive in and give a synopsis.

U.S. imports for consumption and general imports: TSUSA commodity by country Author: United States. Bureau of the Census Found: UserID 004550

The Jesus Book (Illustrated): Messages for the 21st Century Author: Linda Dillon Found: UserID’s e5c60e & 5b7dc4

Council on Foreign Relations: Annual Report Author: Council on Foreign Relations Found: UserID 07b0b9 Notes: Myron Fagan discusses the importance of the Council on Foreign Relations in this lecture from 1967.


Think Like a Grandmaster – Page 42 Author: A A Kotov Found: UserId 27f5c8 Notes: Grandmaster, as in Freemason Grandmaster, but looks like a book on Chess. Some (like this one) are pointing to SPECIFIC pages. Anyone want to dive in and read a page to report back what you think Q is pointing us to?

Investigation of the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy …, Volume 22 Author: Unknown (CIA?) Found: UserID 1c461b Notes: This is the one most are talking about. Of interest, but there is SO MUCH HERE. Think there is yet more to find. “Keep your eye on the ball.”-Q

All work is being logged in this spreadsheet. It’s setup for anyone to be able to edit the Title, Author and Notes columns on the UserID tab. The rest of the tabs are locked down, as there’s formulas that are driving the links and counts. Everything else will update accordingly once the Title, Author and Notes have been added to the UserID tab.

At the pace of 3 per min (20 sec per entry), we’ve got approx. 5 hours of data entry work ahead of us to gather the Titles and Authors on the remaining 900 UserID’s.

YUGE credit to Tracy Wegs for pointing us to this.

This is the link to pull the Google Sheet if you are interested in pursuing this further on you own:

Well, well, well, it seems some others in the political circles have been referencing books to read over the summer.

A subscriber to the Project Weeping Angel blog wrote this to me:

"Is it coincidence that Obama posted on Facebook a summer reading list in the same post that he mentions taking a foreign trip plus recently we have the Clintons traveling and Bill Clinton had a book he was reading. Are they sending messages to each other?:



Let's explore Hussein's Book list:

Barack Obama

July 13 at 9:37 AM ·

This week, I’m traveling to Africa for the first time since I left office – a continent of wonderful diversity, thriving culture, and remarkable stories.

I was proud to visit sub-Saharan Africa more times than any other sitting President, and I’ll return this week to visit Kenya and South Africa. In South Africa, the Obama Foundation will convene 200 extraordinary young leaders from across the continent and I’ll deliver a speech to mark the 100th anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s birth. Kenya, of course, is the Obama ancestral home. I visited for the first time when I was in my twenties and I was profoundly influenced by my experiences – a journey I wrote about in my first book, Dreams from My Father.

Over the years since, I've often drawn inspiration from Africa's extraordinary literary tradition. As I prepare for this trip, I wanted to share a list of books that I’d recommend for summer reading, including some from a number of Africa’s best writers and thinkers – each of whom illuminate our world in powerful and unique ways.

Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe

A true classic of world literature, this novel paints a picture of traditional society wrestling with the arrival of foreign influence, from Christian missionaries to British colonialism. A masterpiece that has inspired generations of writers in Nigeria, across Africa, and around the world.

A Grain of Wheat by Ngugi wa Thiong’o

A chronicle of the events leading up to Kenya’s independence, and a compelling story of how the transformative events of history weigh on individual lives and relationships.

Long Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela

Mandela’s life was one of the epic stories of the 20th century. This definitive memoir traces the arc of his life from a small village, to his years as a revolutionary, to his long imprisonment, and ultimately his ascension to unifying President, leader, and global icon. Essential reading for anyone who wants to understand history – and then go out and change it.

Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

From one of the world’s great contemporary writers comes the story of two Nigerians making their way in the U.S. and the UK, raising universal questions of race and belonging, the overseas experience for the African diaspora, and the search for identity and a home.

The Return by Hisham Matar

A beautifully-written memoir that skillfully balances a graceful guide through Libya’s recent history with the author’s dogged quest to find his father who disappeared in Gaddafi’s prisons.

The World As It Is by Ben Rhodes

It’s true, Ben does not have African blood running through his veins. But few others so closely see the world through my eyes like he can. Ben’s one of the few who’ve been with me since that first presidential campaign. His memoir is one of the smartest reflections I’ve seen as to how we approached foreign policy, and one of the most compelling stories I’ve seen about what it’s actually like to serve the American people for eight years in the White House.







Watch Bill & Hillary Clinton on Commercial Airlines:

This is an article found in the Washington Examiner

Bill, Hillary Clinton surprise passengers by flying commercial to New York: Watch

by Naomi Lim | July 09, 2018 01:24 PM

Former President Bill Clinton and ex-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton surprised onlookers at a Washington-area airport on Saturday by taking a commercial flight to New York.

The Clintons, who spent years traveling aboard Air Force One and using private chartered aircraft, stopped to take photos with fellow passengers and staff before taking a Delta flight from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport to John F. Kennedy International Airport.

This is the very interesting Synopsis on the book:

Tell me in the comments, what you think about all these books. What is the significance of each. Next, if you are willing and able, leave your commitment in the comments to select one of these books to read, and send your book report to A compilation of all these books will make for a fascinating study and video to further understand what the mockingbird media has been hiding.

Q 1489: They are losing control.









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