The New World Order’s Pied Pipers
If you’ve ever seen the quirky 1960 comic film Never on Sunday, you may remember Melina Mercouri’s character, Ilya—a free-spirited, happy-go-lucky prostitute living in a seaside village in Greece. An erudite tourist from New York arrives, and, attempting to give Ilya some culture, takes her to watch a Greek tragedy in a large amphitheatre. He’s mystified when she cries while the rest of the audience smiles, and laughs at the tragic ending, when everyone else is crying. He soon learns why—Ilya invents her own storyline, which always ends happily. She informs her American companion, that the characters aren’t really dead and that in the end, “They all go down to the seashore!”
Ilya’s happy spin on classic Greek tragedies reminds me of QAnon’s ongoing storyline with its ever elusive fairytale ending, that has entranced thousands of Trump supporters who believe the anonymous poster “Q” is a high level military intelligence person or team allied with Trump.
THE PIED PIPER QANON
Even though Trump conceded to Biden, and Sleepy Joe has been awake enough to sign dozens of Executive Orders, none of which bode well for We the People, a number of intelligent people I know believe that Trump will be back as our President this year. In fact, the Q folks have predicted March 4th as the date for his inauguration! (As of this writing, that would be next Thursday.) While I’d rejoice along with them if this came to pass
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