About Anons

Posted on 17 mar 2018 by alamode1st   |   Email: alamode1st@patriotsanon.com

What is an "Anon"?

"Anon" is an abbreviation of the word anonymous. When "Q" first started posting on 4Chan the users there refer to themselves as "Anons". That is how it started and it morphed into "Qanons" which were people researching the intel "Q" was providing.

Now the chan boards are a very confusing and strange place for people who aren't use to the atmosphere of the "DEEP" web so bunches of Anons moved out into more mainstream platforms collecting more and more people researching and helping in what ever ways their expertise could be beneficial. Qanons or Patriotanons are just people following the intel from "Q", organizing information, gathering people and most importantly "Red Pilling" family and friends or "normies" as we affectionately call them.

During our countries first Revelutionary war Thomas Paine wrote a pamphlet called "Common Sense" in 1775–76 advocating independence from Great Britain to people in the Thirteen Colonies. Written in clear and persuasive prose, Paine marshaled moral and political arguments to encourage common people in the Colonies to fight for egalitarian government. It was published anonymously on January 10, 1776, at the beginning of the American Revolution, and became an immediate sensation. Other pamphlets were also created and distributed planting the ideas in hearts and minds to demand freedom. It was these "Anons" that started our first revelution and now we are in the middle of our 2nd revelution. Our modern day "Anons" are spreading the information needed for people to understand how dire the plight our world is in. This might not be fought with pamphlets but it is being fought in the digital world.

Who are the "Qanons"? They are you, me and anyone spreading the information to stop the evil that has been controlling our country and the world for decades. Unelected, unconstitutional and corrupt people and organizations stealing futures and making decisions that will impact everyone.

What is a patriot - What is a loyalist

Posted on 17 mar 2018 by alamode1st   |   Email: alamode1st@patriotsanon.com

Difference Between Patriots and Loyalists

Patriots vs Loyalists: Patriots and Loyalists are two words that are often confused due to the appearing similarity in their meanings when strictly speaking, there is some difference between the two words. A patriot is one who loves his country very deeply. A patriot may willingly sacrifice his life for his country because of his love for the country. On the other hand, a loyalist is a person who remains loyal to the established ruler or government. This is the main difference between the two words. Through this article let us examine the differences between the two words while gaining a comprehensive understanding of each word.

Who is a Patriot? A patriot is a person who strongly supports his country. He will do anything for his country. For example, a patriot would not hesitate to show his support or love for the country even if it can be damaging to him. Such an individual never dislikes his country. He would not even leave his country for higher placement or better career prospects. This is due to his strong patriotism. A patriot criticizes the concept of brain drain and criticizes those who seek better opportunities abroad. He would prefer to work in his country. A patriot would always speak highly of his country to the other nationals. He would never like his country criticized or slighted by others. A patriot cannot be lured by the materialistic pleasures that any other country would offer. A patriot also loves his countrymen dearly. He would never want them to suffer due to poverty and disease. At times of wars, the state tries to appeal to this patriotism of people so that they can be recruited as soldiers for the war. However, a patriot is quite different to a loyalist.

Who is a Loyalist? A loyalist is a person who remains loyal to the established ruler or government. Unlike a patriot, the support of a loyalist is for the established ruler or the government, and not the country. For example, a political leader may have a few loyalists working for him to improve his party and make his party win the elections. They remain as loyalists all through their life. A loyalist would even give up his life to save the life of his ruler. He would never leak any secret pertaining to the life of his master or the individual for whom he discharges his duties. Loyalists cannot be lured by money or wealth. Also, a loyalist would never like his master or the organization to suffer loss. He would stand by him at all times, especially during distressed times. This highlights that there is a clear difference between a patriot and a loyalist.

What is the difference between Patriots and Loyalists?

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