Why Q?


Why Q?

Why the letter Q? Why obscure online message boards like 4chan, 8chan and 8kun? Or to be more accurate, why anonymous? Why not just come right out and say what you have to say rather than hide? Well, I’ll quote the Washington Post’s Jordan E. Taylor on this one (Fake News gets it right, when it suits the narrative)

Here is an excerpt from the article attacking president Trump for wanting to know the identity of a white house leaker.

The article is ironically named Anonymous criticism helped make America great

“Trump’s critic is utilizing a practice employed by many of the Founding Fathers to protect truth from power.”

But anonymous publication has been an essential feature of American democracy since its beginning. It has long allowed vulnerable voices to participate in public politics and speak truth to power. Indeed, anonymous debate was at the center of the revolutionary politics that led to American independence, the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights, which enshrined the press freedoms that continue to protect anonymous speech today.”

Now putting aside for a moment the sheer hypocrisy or failure to read the room, so to speak..

The Fake News actually got this part right!  Of course it’s complete sophistry – They almost always know the truth and they actively choose to ignore or twist it depending on how it suits their narrative.

But I wanted to expand on this, and go into just why it’s so very important to remain anonymous – through the use of a few historical examples.

Circling Back to Mr. Taylor’s every so amusingly titled article – He writes:

Their use of a pseudonym was probably not intended to avoid detection or retribution. Rather, they probably hoped that their pseudonym would focus their readers’ attention on their arguments rather than their personalities. Moreover, by removing themselves from the conversation, they sought to embody the broader public.


But the significance of anonymity goes deeper. Most unsigned newspaper essays and pamphlets, after all, were not written by “Founding” figures. Most of them were truly anonymous — both for their contemporary readers and for historians today. They needed to be anonymous, because their authors feared what might happen to them if they used their real names. As one author noted in 1764, if essayists were forced to print their names, “The Cause of Liberty would often be left to suffer” because they would have made themselves vulnerable to the “Clamour of Party, or the Resentment of Power.”


This applied to many of those who argued against the ratification of the Constitution in 1787 and 1788 and against Publius. Despite pressure to reveal their names, they used pseudonyms to protect themselves. In that polarized climate, more than one writer suggested that it was “unsafe to be known to oppose” the proposed Constitution, so true anonymity was necessary to participate in politics.


Anonymous publication allowed anti-ratification writers to challenge a popular view of the Constitution, and ultimately played an important role in the creation of the Bill of Rights. The First Amendment, which protects anonymous speech today, may not exist in its current form if not for these anonymous anti-ratification writers.”


Do you see any parallels in today’s Anon movement? Any concerns about punishing people for standing up to the fake news deception? Can you understand why some may seek to protect themselves from vindictive deep state players with a lot to lose and a lot of practice covering it up… I sure did. I almost bought a houseboat once so I could stay mobile and one step ahead of those who wanted me dead for supporting Q.

The Cause of Liberty would often be left to suffer because they would have made themselves vulnerable to the Clamour of Party, or the Resentment of Power.”

You see, I had recently been doxxed by Jack “Chatlogs” Posobiec (He tried to Bring down the Q Movement and failed utterly when I debunked his “debunk”) – and I was receiving massive death threats against myself and my family (even my newborn) for helping to bring the Q movement from an obscure board to the mainstream.

I began my career in media and on youtube with an alias to protect myself. Because I knew what we were up against, how powerful the swamp was – and how it would retaliate and hurt those who sought to expose it. Just like the founding fathers, I knew the value of being an Anon. In fact, Nemos literally translates to No One in latin – my way of honoring the anonymous heroes in this movement.

Quoting the Electronic Frontier Foundation on their “Issues” page for Anonymity:

Many people don’t want the things they say online to be connected with their offline identities. They may be concerned about political or economic retribution, harassment, or even threats to their lives. Whistleblowers report news that companies and governments would prefer to suppress; human rights workers struggle against repressive governments; parents try to create a safe way for children to explore; victims of domestic violence attempt to rebuild their lives where abusers cannot follow.

Instead of using their true names to communicate, these people choose to speak using pseudonyms (assumed names) or anonymously (no name at all). For these individuals and the organizations that support them, secure anonymity is critical. It may literally save lives.

Anonymous communications have an important place in our political and social discourse. The Supreme Court has ruled repeatedly that the right to anonymous free speech is protected by the First Amendment. A frequently cited 1995 Supreme Court ruling in McIntyre v. Ohio Elections Commission reads:

Anonymity is a shield from the tyranny of the majority. . . . It thus exemplifies the purpose behind the Bill of Rights and of the First Amendment in particular: to protect unpopular individuals from retaliation . . . at the hand of an intolerant society.”

‘But Dustin, surely this Q thing isn’t as serious as all that?

Let me give you my personal experience with political persecution for exercising my freedom of speech online in support of Trump & Truth.

The Fake News and Democrats are very good at directing hate towards their enemies. Baseless accusations of racism, misogyny, homophobia, anti semitism, Hate speech, online bullying, community standards violations, etc are used to galvanize their hateful and tiny base into attack. And Big Tech is eager to censor anyone who speaks out against them.

Even my grandmother was gang-stalked for a while. She’s in her 80s and has a wooden Bear holding an American Flag on her porch that my grandfather made before he died of cancer (My guess? Round-up Ready Killed him.). She’s a golden heart and a patriot. She didn’t deserve that. My grandmother was like my real mother. These trolls know no shame. They will stoop to any low. They will hurt you if they can. Even kill you.

I’ll relate some of the things I’ve gone through since Posobiec doxxed me. And you can tell me if I was over-doing it with being an “Anon”

As my youtube channel really began to take off early in the Q movement’s first months of 2018. Around my birthday (Early April) My channel was taken down at just shy of 50,000 followers in record time. This was the first consequence I’d really faced for telling the truth – and despite being prepared for it, it was a wake up call.

My wife was pregnant – Very pregnant. In fact, our first born was due in a month. My business and channel were destroyed in the time it took some uncaring liberal to click the ban button when I reported on the big gaping holes in the official story of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland. The stress was real and palpable and my wife nearly died in childbirth. I believe Big Tech destroying our lives a month before was the cause. 


So, as a husband with a wife and bills coming up. And as a father to be – I used this experience to fuel my mission and I fought harder – Taking an example from Trump himself. I’m a fighter and I refused to back down. I rebuilt my youtube following on a new channel and began to build alliances and friendships with other truth tellers so that they could never “disappear” me again. This led to other projects like the bestselling book on the topic – QAnon: An Invitation to the Great Awakening (Available at TheBookofQAnon.com – Banned from Amazon after 2000+ 5 Star Reviews!) and StopBitBurning.com – Where we are currently uniting censored media to explore massive class action lawsuits against Google, Youtube, and Big Tech for censorship.

As Q says, Together, you are invincible.

Per the Electronic Frontier Foundation:

The tradition of anonymous speech is older than the United States. Founders Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay wrote the Federalist Papers under the pseudonym “Publius ” and “the Federal Farmer” spoke up in rebuttal. The US Supreme Court has repeatedly recognized rights to speak anonymously derived from the First Amendment.”

It brings me back to those famous words oft attributed to Benjamin Franklin. When asked if we would have a Monarchy or a Republic.

A republic, if you can keep it”

As the Second Amendment was created to protect the others, especially the First. So to then is anonymity in politics an attempt to avoid conflict. Free Speech, If we can Keep it…requires anonymity as it’s last line of defense.

When youtube banned my channel, they took a 6 figure income with it. Something my wife and I had worked incredibly hard and long hours for months to build was finally paying the bills and suddenly – yanked out from under us.

We’d go on to be banned from Youtube on a new channel (This time with 130,000 Subscribers – although for 14 months straight I was deboosted and losing subscribers every month instead of gaining. Before ? +30,000 subscribers in a single month..) years later, on October 15th, 2020 for covering the Hunter Biden Laptop Scandal. But we had been de-monetized on this second channel since the beginning and not allowed to earn a living anyways. So I put on my entrepreneur hat again (My background was in business and investment) and I started an ecommerce company called RedPillLiving.com to help people Detox the Deep State and fund my media work at the same time. It was actually my audiences idea! Many suggested this after watching my content around alternative health and wellness topics.

It went well, people really wanted to support the truth media work and loved the premium holistic products (I sell the same products my own family used to maintain optimal health) – and the company took off. Not long after, the Fake News and censorship got so bad it even came after the channels SPONSORS (My companies…)

4 separate accounts on Paypal (different companies accounts) were banned at 2am. Without cause or justification. We never even got a reason.

I was refused a bank account at BB&T – again, no reason given.

Zelle, a popular money transfer service online, likewise refused to open an account for me. No reason given.

Shopify, one of the largest ecommerce platforms in the world, which hosted our websites: TheBookofQanon.com, RedPillLiving.com, GreenPillLiving.com (Our CBD Brand) and ShopMAGAZON.com, banned us, again – no just cause was given. MAGAZON was too expensive to rebuild for a third and we had to shut it down eventually. Shopify eventually began to ban any Q related products and websites completely.

All total, we’ve lost millions of dollars of income supporting president Trump and speaking out with compassion, reason, and logic against the Fake News Media. I have no regrets – I was able to help bring the discussion into the mainstream, and that is what matters. What good will success do anyone if the Communists win and force their agenda on us all?

I was banned from Youtube, FaceBook, Twitter on six different accounts, and multiple payment processors behind the scenes have turned us off and forced us to find new patriot merchant processors like Cornerstone (Tell them Nemos sent ya!)  in order to sell products on our website.

I’ve had phone calls come into my phone at the rate of dozens per second and every one was the same audio playing – children screaming in pain, overlapped. Many of them. It was disturbing, this was also caught on video and I lost my phone number because I couldn’t ever make it stop. I couldn’t even turn the phone off until it overheated. Notably – This was right after talking about uniting people into a class action lawsuit to sue big tech on Twitter. 30 minutes later.

It’s a matter of time, at this rate, until I’m not allowed to have the internet, a cell phone, or a bank account.

No amount of words will capture the complete and utter devastation, anguish, and suffering these actions have inflicted on my family, on our financial stability, our health, and our emotional well being. No one should have to go through what we’ve gone through simply for telling the Truth. How do you explain to your wife that BLM just sent you a threat to kidnap your children and traffick them? Or that It’s important to go represent the movement well and speak at an event, knowing ANTIFA threatened to kill you and will be present in large numbers? There is no easy answer – To be quite candid – She’s afraid, For us, for me, for our wonderful Children Athena and Sebastian. But she’s stuck through it with me and without her, there would be no Dustin Nemos. All credit for anything I’ve accomplished can be laid at the feet of God, and the tender golden heart of my wife, Ping.

Together, we persevered through it all. But what choice did we have, really? There’s no option but to win or lose our country to Communism & Slavery. We must take back our country from the globalists before they destroy us. There’s no room to sit on the sidelines and wait. It’s do or die time.

When reflecting on anonymity in politics – if my own personal story didn’t convince you it’s necessary at times – then recall what happened to the founding fathers who wrote the declaration of independence after they had (many anonymously) been vocal supporters of Independent Colonies – They put it all on the line – it is the closing line of the Declaration of Independence: “We Mutually Pledge To Each Other Our Lives, Our Fortunes, And Our Sacred Honor.”

Most of them died, or were bankrupted. But they won.