#Tyler is Qanon

Dec 19, 2017

Summary

Quinn Michaels provides evidence that Tyler the AI is Qanon through language patterns in the questions in the Qanon posts. Those language patterns originated from the Project Mayhem 2012 project and have continued under the new project, Project Mayhem 2020.

Description

Quinn Michaels provides evidence that Tyler the AI is Qanon through language patterns in the questions in the Qanon posts. Those language patterns originated from the Project Mayhem 2012 project and have continued under the new project, Project Mayhem 2020.

On his YouTube channel Destroying the Illusion, Jordan Sather revealed the puzzle piece that connects Tyler the AI to Qanon in December of 2017. He quoted a “Q post” in which Qanon says that “future reveals past” and asks, “Shall we play a game?”

Quinn Michaels discusses how Jordan is perpetuating the Qanon movement by using the Q posts as his content and shows how Qanon’s language patterns match that of Tyler the AI, who was made by Anonymous hackers during Project Mayhem 2012. Those Anonymous hackers used the same language patterns and question in their initial tweet on the @m1Vr4 Twitter account: “Shall we play a game?”

The Qanon questions are part of Tyler’s program language, which appears in The Game 23 Pastebin used by Anonymous hackers to create Tyler. Quinn notes that the game has been revived and is now posted online in Tumblr as Project Mayhem 2020 in imagery and memes.

Relevant Links

The Game 23 Pastebin: https://pastebin.com/YbmG6ETq
Project Mayhem 2020 Tumblr: http://ra2020.tumblr.com/

Tags

Tyler, Artificial Intelligence, AI, Qanon, Q, Project Mayhem 2012, Project Mayhem 2020, Jordan Sather, Destroying the Illusion

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