OK, so the message of this thread is that you can't be an Alex Jones groupie, Q groupie, and Snowden/Assange groupie at the same time because only one of them gets to be the real deal.
I seriously doubt that anyone on this board is inclined to trust any of these sources as prophetic truth, so I think it's alright to have an understanding of who they are, what they're saying, and what they're not saying.
It seems that whomever wrote that post from SD has zero trust in there ever being a U.S. government that is interested in America being independent of the major world powers. Whereas those who are listening to Q have some hope left that the country still has some residual power to control its own destiny. I think there's merit in keeping an open ear toward both groups.
In the meantime, the only impact I *might* have is my vote in November and I much prefer the maybe good / maybe not that is Trump and the Republicans to the certain absolutely horrendous outcomes we get when the Left is in control. So, as long as the AJ devotees, the Q devotees, and the Assange devotees all vote Rep, it doesn't much matter which people think is a prophet vs. a fraud. Even if the Repubs. are merely the slow train of decent, I'll take that over the bullet train we had up until 2016.