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Team Preview - Manchester City [Premier League 2019-20 - 20/20]

Manchester City

by ibpants

Welcome to the triumphant return of the Premier League Previews, a series where a fan gives an overview of his team for your perusal, and I get an excuse to take pot-shots at other clubs. This will run until the eve of the Premier League, taking a look at each club in turn. Our final preview of the season analyses our reigning champions, Manchester City.

Last season

Pos P W D L GF GA GD Points
1 38 32 2 4 95 23 +72 98
It went well. It went very well. After Manchester City’s Centurions season in 2017/18 saw them run away with the title setting all manner of records as they went, there was a lot of expectation that we’d see a much closer race in 2018/19. That proved to be the case as City finished 2 points shy of their record-setting total and only won the league by a single point, yet it was still the second highest points total in Premier League history and was topped off with a unique domestic clean sweep (3 or 4 domestic trophies depending on your feelings about the Community Shield).
The season kicked off with confident 2-0 victories over Chelsea in the Community Shield and Arsenal in the league opener before Kevin De Bruyne’s injury problems began (injury problems that would plague the majority of his season). His absence didn’t prove to be as pivotal as many feared/hoped, however, thanks in no small part to Bernardo Silva’s formidable season.
After the opening months City had dropped just 4 points and were looking strong, and then December happened. The packed month included 9 matches across all competitions and it took its toll as City lost 3 of their 7 Premier League matches.
Heading into January with Liverpool still unbeaten the title looked lost until the top two met at the Etihad. A true heavyweight clash delivered in entertainment and saw City take all three points by the very finest of margins as John Stones made a vital clearance through the legs of Mohamed Salah with just 11mm to spare.
After beating Liverpool City dropped just 3 more points, ending the season on a remarkable 14-game winning streak to claim the first back-to-back Premier League trophy in 10 years.

This Season

While the squad is (on paper) quite comparable to the ones that set both the highest and second highest Premier League points totals in consecutive seasons, the loss of Vincent Kompany is difficult to quantify. Cynics might reasonably point out that City are losing an ageing centre-half who only plays sporadically and is prone to occasional hasty decisions meaning they will just have to give more minutes to a younger centre-half in John Stones, who also appeared sporadically and is prone to occasional hasty decisions. In a strictly material sense that might all be true, but in among Kompany’s hasty decisions was an improbable 30-yard potshot in the 70th minute against Leicester that won the match and kept the title race in City’s hands. It’s his remarkable force of will, his experienced leadership, and his eagerness to carry the weight of the team on his shoulders when no one else can that will be missed with the departure of Kompany and it remains to be seen if there is anyone that will step and lead in the same way.
There’s some change at the back for City this season. Stones and Laporte are expected to be the first choice central pairing, but Otamendi (as the most experienced centre-half in the squad, capable of playing on the right or left side, and probably the best aerial defender in the squad) is likely to be leaned on more this coming season than last. The fourth spot will likely be a straight head-to-head between Fernandinho and the promising young Eric Garcia. At fullback there’s a little more attacking impetus than previously - Zinchenko increasingly looks like a real left back, but Mendy’s injury troubles continue, so Angelino has been brought back to maintain the depth that the outgoing Fabian Delph provided but with more of an attacking mindset. On the right you can expect Walker to finally get some days off with the introduction of another attack-minded option in Joao Cancelo.
The future of the number 6 position looks to finally have been figured out with the signing of Rodri after various misfires in the transfer market and with any luck we’ll have the joy of watching a fully fit Kevin De Bruyne all season. It remains to be seen what role David Silva will play in his final year, especially with Phil Foden needing all the minutes he can get if he is to replace the Spanish stalwart long-term.
Should Sane stay It will be the same again up top with quality depth abound all vying for their place in the matchday XI. Riyad Mahrez began finding his feet at the tail end of 18/19 with a run of strong performances so the hope, should Sane leave, is that Mahrez will continue that form and prove an ample replacement for the upcoming season.
Last season there was a need to prove that the 100 point season wasn’t a fluke. 98 points and 5 out of 5 pieces of domestic silverware later it’s been pretty well established that City probably are in fact that good and may well be able to continue putting up these kinds of numbers until either Pep leaves or the rest of the league adapts (whichever comes first).
Player Type From To Fee(£m)
Rodri Perm Atletico Madrid Manchester City £62.5m
Joao Cancelo Perm Juventus Manchester City £26m + Danilo
Vincent Kompany Perm Manchester City RSC Anderlecht Free
All incoming/outgoing transfers Full 2019-20 squad
3 players to watch out for
David Silva
Worth watching out for if only because this is likely to be the last Premier League season for one of the league's greats. On top of that, with the departure of Vincent Kompany, David Silva will be the most senior member of the dressing room and is widely expected to take on the captaincy. Despite making his name as an archetypical number 10, David Silva has managed to stand out as a dynamic and modern number 8 - while at 33 he may not be quite the player he once was but he continues to provide much of the creativity in the final third so enjoy him while you can.
The number 6 position in general will be one to watch this season. In previous years Fernandinho has been undisputed first choice, but at 34 years of age he can’t last forever. Ilkay Gundogan started to make a case for himself in the run-in last season having finally added a little extra defensive nous to his already outstanding passing range and ended the season as a starter. New signing Rodri (at age 23) appears to be the future of the number 6 role - touted by many as Busquets 2.0 and now training under the same coach that brought Busquets to the world’s attention, Rodri’s ascent seems inevitable, but arriving in a new league and playing rather a different style of football will test his adaptability in the short-term.
Kevin De Bruyne
Not exactly a hidden gem here but your life can only be improved by watching out for a fully fit KDB. De Bruyne was among the very best players in the League (if not world) in 2017/18 but struggled significantly with injuries and missed much of last season. It may seem like a stretch to say that he was “missed” given the levels City reached last season but when he’s in the team City can transition much more efficiently and there’s always a sense that one pass could cut open even the most resolute defence.
What the fans think
Thanks to /MCFC for their help.
How do you think this season will go?
Last season was an unprecedened success, winning every domestic trophy possible. The aim for this season will obviously be to continue on as we have been domestically, and improve in Europe. The past two campaigns have been disappointing, and I think we can do better - but will we? It's hard to say. However, I think we're the most equipped team to fight on two fronts - especially after signing Rodri, in a position we've always lacked cover - so I think retaining the title is feasible, and I'd be happy with an improved performance in Europe.
I think we'll win the league. I think our fixture schedule is fairly kind to us (easier run-in than Liverpool and most of our tricky away games are in the first half of the season when we're usually on fire). I trust our players a lot more this time around - although you could argue that the Old Guard carried us in the final weeks of last season, the younger players have got experience and confidence now, and I think that's invaluable.
Which player is going to be your star of the season and why?
KDB has looked frightening ever since he came off the bench at the FA Cup (not to mention his performance against Tottenham before his last injury). He seems angry and frustrated about last season, as if he's got something to prove. I think he's a shoe-in for our player of the season if he can stay fit. I can also see Jesus and Mahrez really coming into their own this season; both of them suffered from low confidence last season, and I think the summers that they had and their great performances at the end of last season signal a lot of growth from both of them.
I think we'll win the league again. This time around I don't think it'll be a close title race like it was last season. We'll get around 93 points while Liverpool will finish second and get around 88 points. In the FA and League cup, I think we'll win one the two and may get knocked out early in the other one. I think this season in the CL, we'll finally reach the final but lose the final.
Gonna go with Bernardo Silva. Let him play his own game and he is one of the best in the league. You would be hard pressed to find many better in the division. Down and up the pitch he works tirelessly. Never gives up. Gonna be hard to find anyone to outperform him this season. Run, pass, shoot, tackle, he can do it all. Around him he has an aura of a greatness.
How do you think the team will line up?
4-3-3 like always, but with even more depth. Ederson; Walker, Stones, Laporte, Zinchenko; Rodri/Dinho, Silva, KdB; Sterling, Aguero, Bernardo, should be our first choice starting XI. Rodri vs Dinho is anyone's guess. If Mahrez steps up, we might see Bernardo moved to the midfield paired with KdB. Aguero will continue to start over Jesus, Nico will likely rotate with Stones and Cancelo (if he comes) will rotate with WalkeZinchenko. We might even see Mendy play a full match before the season ends.
And now we come to the hardest part, predicting the line up. Desert any dreams on consistency at the door. You are going to see a lot of rotation from City this season. Never assume we will have everyone healthy at the same time, but if we do I think this is how we will line up.
4-3-3 formation
De Bruyne-Rodri-D.Silva
B. Silva-Aguero-Sterling

Wrap Up

by NickTM

The Manager: The legendary Pep Guardiola. Not much to say about him that hasn't already been said at length. A managerial genius, Guardiola's dogmatic adherence to the style of play he passionately believes in is no deterrence to the outright dominance of his teams. With 28 pieces of silverware in his collection as a manager alone, he's as close to a guaranteed title win as you can get from a manager of a top club. Entering his 11th year of top-level manager, his brilliance remains undimmed.
The Team: Simply put, Manchester City's team is terrifying. It's unlikely any club team has brought to bear this level of depth in talent in the Premier League at very least. Ederson holds court between the sticks in his third season at the club, and Aymeric Laporte partners one of Nicolas Otamendi and John Stones just in front. Danilo has been replaced by Joao Cancelo at right back, and Oleksandr Zinchenko's highly successful conversion to left back makes him the leading contender for that spot. It's in midfield where the team wins their games, though, a superlative array of talent fronted by Silvas David and Bernardo, held together by Fernandinho (and the newly arrived Rodri) and powered by Ilkay Gündogan's dynamism. An attacking trio containing Raheem Sterling, the supremely reliable Sergio Aguero, Riyad Mahrez and Gabriel Jesus will be affected but not brought low by the unfortunate loss of Leroy Sane. That's without even mentioning the brilliance of the returning Kevin De Bruyne, the promise of Phil Foden or the absolute talent of Scott Carson. It is a glittering squad.
Why to like them: Guardiola's teams play football 'the right way' (tm) and whilst their style of play isn't necessarily my favourite, it's hard to not appreciate the sheer fluidity of attack and technical prowess being displayed. Raheem Sterling has also blossomed from the kid with a dodgy agent who sacked off Liverpool at a moment's notice to England's leading attacking talent and icon for the fight against discrimination in football.
Why to dislike them: Their owners essentially launder the image of a brutal, oppressive regime as well as their own grimy reputations simply by owning a successful football team, and it clearly worked for City fans. Personally, despite all the fanboying over their playstyle, I'm not really much of a fan. Pep Guardiola has a tendency to be unbearably smug at times. Also, they're really fucking good, so it's fun to watch them lose.
Summary: Got it in the bag, surely? Man City replaced their major first team loss in Danilo and propped up Fernandinho's advancing age with his heir apparent in Rodri. Their strength in depth continues to be unrivaled, and Raheem Sterling continues to improve as Sergio Aguero has shown no signs of slowing down. The major questions for me revolve first around losing Leroy Sane, which takes away not just some options in depth but also a truly direct runner that City could well miss against certain teams. More notable might be the intangible loss of Vincent Kompany, the City legend departing to Anderlecht as player-manager. Kompany's leadership and will to win were obvious even in one of his numerous spells on the sidelines, and when he got on the pitch he'd produce moments of brilliance that have kept Man City alive when they were faltering - the most recent being that wonderful goal against Leicester that sent them top. It's a strong team with a lot of experienced leaders, but it's hard to calculate the value of such a talisman until he's gone. With all that said, you'd be a fool to bet against them retaining their title, and you have to make them favourites at this early stage.


Aston Villa | Sheffield United | Norwich City | Brighton | Southampton | Burnley | Bournemouth | Newcastle | Crystal Palace | Watford | West Ham | Leicester | Everton | Wolves | Man Utd | Arsenal | Tottenham | Chelsea | Liverpool
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The Monday After: Thursday Edition GW35-36

Hey guys,
It’s been a few weeks of premier league madness since the last ‘Monday After’ post. Hopefully you all managed to get through the doubles unscathed and out the other side with a green arrow! As the hysteria dies down, we look towards GW36 with fresh eyes, a fresh team (for those who recently used their WC) and still loads of points to play for. So this post is going to highlight the teams we should have in our thoughts, the teams we definitely shouldn’t, and what to do with the Triple Captain Chip for those that are still to use it.
Here’s my team and OR update. After GW34 I had 2 suspended players, 2 Brighton defenders and no Sterling. To fix these issues I decided to gamble on a huge -12 that didn’t quite pay off. Foster lost out on a clean, whereas Ryan managed a goalless draw against Wolves. Eriksen scored the only goal against Brighton whereas Sterling managed just an assist. So I’m actually 16 points worse off than I would’ve been! A calculated risk but a risk all the same. I’m not down and out just yet, though. My OR is just over 2k.
If you’re interested, I use my twitter to go over all of my transfer ideas, fixture planning processes, captaincy options and thoughts on FPL news. I’m quite active and my DMs are open so if you’re looking for more info than just these posts, you know where to find me!
Here’s some useful links that help me write-up these TMA posts:
Premier League Fixtures – A great way to line up the fixtures for the specific gameweeks you want to see. Orders the teams from best fixtures to worst.
Player Analysis by Performance – Amazing tool that compares every player based on Shooting, Creativity and Attacking involvement. Options for looking at any combination of teams too.
Player stats per Game – Great for looking at team stats per player for Offensive and Defensive plays. Also shows heat maps!
Teams to Look At
Liverpool - Every week that goes by I wish more and more for the chance to own 4 or 5 Liverpool players in my team. There are so many great options and I want them all! Sadly, we can only have three, and because we're so close to the end of the season, the ones we choose now will probably be with us until the end, for better or worse. Salah (13.2) is still the highest priced player in the league, but his current ownership % is nearly half that of teammate Mane (10.0), who has been playing extremely well, particularly at home. With his slump now over, however, Salah is quite enticing for a home game against relegated Huddersfield, but if his cost is just too much for your team without taking hits, then maybe it’s best to stick with Mane. For less than the cost of Salah, you could get Robertson (6.8) and TAA (5.6) in your team, which may actually be a better choice than two attackers based on how consistent they’ve recently been in defence. The only caveat in that is the rotation before the Champions League games. Trent and Robbo did look quite tired during the last match, so you could opt for Van Dijk (6.6) instead for the guaranteed starts. Last but not least, we have Firmino (9.3), who in the last 3 games has been 2nd highest striker for Shots, Shots on Target and Chance Creation. He’s first for Key passes too. If you can’t afford Salah, and have cash to spare for a striker, he is always an option. Maybe not captain-able over the midfielders, but a decent option none-the-less.
Man City - With the Champions League out the way, and another KDB injury, it’s actually easier than ever to predict the Man City line up. Sterling (11.6) has played every game in recent weeks and continues to return for his owners with no signs of slowing up. Aguero (11.8) is much the same as he’s been all season: Played when fit. The only difference now is he isn’t getting subbed at 60 mins. Bernardo Silva (7.6) continues to improve and has looked good recently, getting into the box more, and taking more shots than he usually does. Could be an option for those looking to triple up in City attack. Other attackers are less nailed and so may be worth avoiding so close to the end of the season, but Ederson (5.6) has played out of his mind recently and deserves a look in here for those wanting a way into the City defence. He's managed save and bonus points due to his efficiency between the sticks, and is the main reason for the Cityzen's recent cleansheets. Other options include Laporte (6.1), the DGW God, who has a bit more attacking threat for half a million more than the Goal Keeper. Mendy (6.1) is unfortunately still a rotation risk and should be kept at arms length. If you’ve got nothing to lose, though, he might be fun to own. You could even get Alonso in as well for a Holy Trinity reunion.
Wolves - If City win the FA Cup, 7th place means a Europa League spot (I think!). Wolves are currently sitting in 7th, exactly 1 point ahead of Watford who they play next. We all know what happened to Burnley this year with Europe troubles, but a newly promoted team getting European football is surely an amazing achievement worth fighting for. Wolves have two good fixtures before playing LIV in GW38, so those with just one asset could think about bringing in a few more. The usual suspects are still contenders for your starting XI: Jimenez (6.9) is highly owned and is still a rank killer despite his recent dip in form. Jota (6.2) has came leaps and bounds since the start of the season and has been giving it his all these last few games. Passes the eye test and has amazing stats to back it up. He’s some player! Doherty (5.3) has been playing well recently, managing to get on the end of a set piece for his goal against Arsenal, but more importantly kept a clean sheet against Brighton! If you don’t already have him, though, it may be best to go for Jonny (4.3) who’s been showing some real promise these last few games. One to consider if you aren’t feeling like holding on to a Dunk or Duffy. The rest of the Wolves midfield are a bit hit and miss, and with so many decent ways to spend your money, it may be best to look elsewhere.
Everton - What a turnaround ending to their season! We all ditch Everton, casting them to the fire, and they rise like extremely frustrating phoenixes that we wish could have started this incredible form before we got rid of them. But then if that happened it wouldn’t be FPL, would it? Regardless of the past, their recent form surely must be considered. Despite his recent knock, Digne (5.3) is set to play this weekend and looks like the best asset on the team. Set pieces, clean sheet potential, loves a cross and loves a goal. What more can you ask for? A better GW38 fixture maybe, but with Spurs potentially locked in 3rd place by GW38, it shouldn't be a terrible match up. Siggy (7.3) is another player in form, and has found the consistency we’ve been waiting for all season: 6 returns in 8 games. With Richarlison (6.4) flagged for injury, our Siggurdsson will be looked to as the teams main goal threat, and hopefully won’t be dampened by Richarlison’s absence. Either way, he’s been a monster lately and you could do a lot worse than grabbing him for the last 3 games of the season.
Teams to be Wary of
Tottenham - Spurs are currently in a great position. They’re sitting in 3rd, 3 points ahead of 4th place Chelsea. They’re unable to catch Liverpool and City, but they have much better fixtures than Chelsea and Manchester United (6th) who play each other in GW36. They also have better fixtures than 5th place Arsenal who play Leicester away and Brighton who are fighting to stay in the top flight. The only difficult fixture for Spurs is Everton, but like I said above, with a win against West Ham and Bournemouth, 3rd place will be confirmed before the Everton game even starts. So what does this mean for FPL? It means uncertainty. It means rotation. If it wasn’t for a few injuries and a suspension, I’d wager that no Spurs attacker was safe from a benching against West Ham considering they have just two days to rest before Ajax on Tuesday. As it stands, we know that due to his yellow card against City, Son (8.8) won’t be playing in the first round of the Semi Final, so he’s safe for now. Eriksen has played 90 minutes in every game since GW20, so he should be okay too (we hope). Every other player has been rotated often enough to be concerned, so keep this in mind if you’re planning on transferring anyone in. There is definitely points to be had with Spurs assets, we should just be wary of who we’re choosing.
Man Utd - Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s ‘New Manager, New United’ hype is now officially dead. The 4-0 loss was hard to watch, and the defensive errors leave very little to be desired. Add in the rotation we’ve seen in the last few games and Man United have now become an FPL minefield. With only the Chelsea game to show improvement before their tasty fixtures in GW37 and 38, we may have to just avoid the Red Devils altogether. We can usually count on Huddersfield and Cardiff to botch their attempts on goal, though, so if you really want a piece of the Man Utd action, you could wait for GW37 and then go for a cheeky punt on Shaw (5.0) or Lindeloff (5.0) perhaps. Just don’t go selling the whole farm for under performing, lowly owned players who’ll just end up hurting your rank. We’ll reassess after Chelsea.
Leicester - Now I know this may be controversial, but I’m not sure that Vardy (9.0) does like playing against the bigger teams. He certainly has played well against the top 6 in years past, but in this season his ratio of returns against bottom teams vs top teams shows a Vardy who loves pushing around the little guy. We haven’t seen Rodgers take on the big dogs either, so that coupled with the huge price tag; I don’t think I’d want to own Vardy much longer. Arsenal’s horrible defensive form is pretty enticing I’ll admit, but after that it may be a good idea to look for another way to spend your cash. I don’t think I need to mention Leicester defenders here, and other than Vardy, there isn’t much to say about other attacking assets. Not worth taking hits to get rid of anyone before the Arsenal game, but certainly plans to move them to other assets might be worth while.
Plans And Strategies
Triple Captain Chip - What a headache! At least with our Wild Card and Bench Boost we knew roughly when to use them, but the TC can be such a minefield! It’s a good time as any to remember to be mindful that a captain can always blank despite the odds, and we shouldn’t be too disheartened if the TC doesn’t pan out (RIP Sane GW25). Having said that, let’s take a look at the options. You’ll notice I’ve only highlighted Liverpool or Man City, and that’s because I feel that they have the highest ceiling for points this close to the end of the season and with such a close title race.
Mane/Salah home vs HUD (GW36)
Sterling away vs BUR (GW36)*
Aguero/Sterling home vs LEI (GW37)
Aguero/Sterling away vs BRI (GW38)**
*No Aguero due to poor away form
**Only if BRI are already safe/relegated
Any of these games has the potential for big hauls, but just know that the vast majority are going to be picking Mane/Salah vs HUD for GW36. It’s the best fixture on paper and a must win game for the Reds. If you’re looking to stay the course and coast through on a similar OR to what you have now, then maybe your best bet is to follow the pack so as not to fall behind. If you’re looking to get ahead and need a differential pick, even picking GW37 or 38 would provide an opportunity to jump up in the rankings, but only if GW36 turns out to be a dud. It’s a risk that could pay off big or see you fall even further back than you are now. Good luck!
End of Season Guide - A few key points kept cropping up while writing this article today, so I’d thought I’d include them in case it’s useful to know. First off, hits are a lot more costly now, as the players you bring in only have 3 games to recoup the loss of the -4 + player transferred out. It’s important to add this to your calculations whenever you’re doing a pro/con on a transfer between now and the end of the season. If possible, avoid hits even more than usual. Second, please keep in mind that the teams fighting to avoid relegation are going to be much tougher to beat. Sounds like an obvious tip, but a lot of the time we glace at the fixtures without really checking who is where in the league and what we should expect. Games like Arsenal vs Brighton or Cardiff vs Crystal Palace in GW37 are now no longer easy to call in favour of the top half team. Brighton showed us against Spurs that they are willing to do whatever they can to stay in the premier league. Cardiff, Brighton and Southampton should all be playing much better than their current table placing suggests, so remember this when thinking about Captain options and potential transfers. Lastly, the exact opposite effect can take place on teams no longer fighting for anything. Keep in mind that teams already ‘on the beach’ might be more inclined to take it a little easier at the end of the season, so bringing in their assets can turn out a little frustrating. It’s always best to target players who still have something to lose!
And that’s a wrap! Good luck out there with your GW36 picks. We’ve not got long left to go now so it’s one final push to cement that OR you’re hoping for, or a few weeks of punts if you’re already miles behind and just going to have a laugh from here on out. As always, thank you so much for reading, and following these posts! There is a tonne of amazing, encouraging managers in this sub and it makes such a huge difference when making content. Without the feedback in my first few posts, I might not have continued, so cheers guys. You’re all awesome!
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Marco Silva - Late Loan Surprises?

When Marco was at Hull City, he brought in several signings at the eleventh hour of the January window. Granted, this was a Hull side riddled by injury, front office incompetence, and mass exodus. Was this simply a matter of circumstance? Or, should we expect a few late arrivals donning the blue shirt this window?
For the sake of comparison, I looked back at Hull's business that winter, Silva's Watford window later that August, and PSV's business since 2015. Let's break it down.
Hull City Jan 2017
Transfers in:
Loans in:
Transfers in:
Loans in:
PSV Eindhoven
2015 Transfers in: 7
2015 Loans in: 1
2016 Transfers in: 3
2016 Loans in: 3
2017 Transfers in: 3
2017 Loans in: 2
Silva looks to be no stranger to bringing in new blood. That said, he has been the new man in town at both Hull and Watford. You'd expect a new manager to want to bring in his types of guys. The players he brought in tend to fall into a few groups: cast offs from mid level/large sides, older players he's managed previously, or young, often Portuguese speaking attackers.
Brands on the other hand looks to be more selective. Perhaps PSV has had sustained stability compared to Hull and Watford. Perhaps Brands is more calculated in his approach. It will be interesting to see how the rest of this window shapes up.
If I was a betting man, I'd guess we will bring in an exciting young guy from a lesser league and a cast-off from a the big 5.
Do we think we will see any late surprises this month? Who would you like to see on loan?
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17: Q- The Winged Serpent, King Solomon & The Secret Leader of the Freemason's.

17: Q- The Winged Serpent, King Solomon & The Secret Leader of the Freemason's.

Q anon, the Biggest, Most Dangerous Cult in America

First, lets address what this Q thing really is all about and the purpose of it. This is something I wrote months ago when I first discovered Q.

I'm going to sound a bit like a loon here myself but I do believe that stuff exists but it's not just all on the Democrats and Clinton's in Obama. I don't know to what extent that they are all involved or if they are at all though. With everything that's been going on recently, I am starting to believe in this one world globalist conspiracy to destroy America and create a one-world government. I've been hearing about all this stuff since the time I was very young and surprisingly enough to me, it has been coming true. The problem is, the right-wingers who believe in this stuff are perpetuating the problem. We're all fighting each other, liberals versus conservatives, black versus white, immigrant vs. Citizen. And due to the right Wingers narcissism, they are feeding right into their role in the destabilization process to destroy America. Trump is a Trojan Horse. They will never question him now and they will fight for him to the death. Not realizing that they are orchestrating the very thing that they have feared the most, the destruction of America. They have been blinded by their own arrogance to not realize that they are being used as puppets. That's what I think this whole QAnon thing is about.
I will say that there's definitely some truthtelling going on with Q Anon because he is predicting some future events although vaguely. My conclusion so far is that it is a mind control operation. They are telling them everything they want to hear about how there is a secret plan to get the Democrats, Obama, the Clintons. That Trump is actually truly a genius and what you see on TV is all just an act to fool people to whats really going on. This achieves a lot of things, it feeds into their narcissistic delusions that they were right all along. Trump really is a genius and the Democrats really are evil. This helps relieve the cognitive dissonance between what they believe and what reality is. Once they lock into this belief system, they will never let go of it. Especially because it will be impossible to disprove and their narcissism won't allow them to accept that they have been fooled. By Q mixing provable truths with unprovable lies, he's blinding these Trump supporters using their own arrogance and getting them to believe all of it. While everyone else just thinks they're crazy conspiracy theorists which will just push them further into their delusions. Q is creating blind loyal soldiers for Trump by changing their very perception of reality. He is actually framing this as a battle between good and evil, God and Satan. This is not a joke to them. They believe that this has all been foretold in the Bible and they are doing God's work. But their arrogance has blinded them to one thing, Satan is the teller of lies but he presents himself as an angel of Light. Q is an agent of Satan and they are unknowingly doing his bidding.
We have a group of people now, no matter how small they may be, that believe that Trump is pretty much God because he is fighting a battle between good and evil for the sake of America and the world. These are the type of people who have gun caches and have been waiting for this battle their whole lives. In their own arrogance they apparently rewrote the Bible to include some sort of new Messiah that didn't come from the clouds to take out the Antichrist and bring about the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth for the next 1000 years like the Bible says Jesus is supposed to do. Instead they exalted one who cares only about Earthly things, Earthly desires and the only Kingdom he cares about is the Earthly Kingdom of America. They then ascribe to him the righteousness of God through their own minds and then confirm that righteousness through a modern day online (false) prophet to solidify their narcissistic delusion beyond reproach.
I know it is easy to dismiss the significance of this Q guy in the context that I am putting him in but ask yourself this, why would someone with this amount of insider knowledge go through all this amount of trouble just to create this kind of support for Trump unless it was for purely good or purely evil reasons? If it is for purely good reasons, then everything Q is saying is absolutely true, which seems pretty much impossible to be honest. If it is for evil reasons, then it is either someone close to Trump that only truly cares about staying power at the expense of everything else or it is a possible foreign agent that is trying to ensure that there are still loyal Trump supporters when his presidency is threatened in order to cause civil unrest and possibly Civil War. This isn't some small fringe conspiracy theory anymore, it is spreading like wildfire now.

Now where did Q come from? Or at least, where did the concept come from?

So a group that now goes by the name Wu Ming Foundation claims that Q is basically copying their playbook they created under a different name, Luther Blissett, This supposed playbook is in the form of a novel titled "Q".
Luther Blissett is a multiple-use name, an "open pop star" informally adopted and shared by hundreds of artists and activists all over Europe and the Americas since 1994. The pseudonym first appeared in Bologna, Italy, in mid-1994, when a number of cultural activists began using it for staging a series of urban and media pranks and to experiment with new forms of authorship and identity. From Bologna the multiple-use name spread to other European cities, such as Rome and London, as well as countries such as Germany, Spain, and Slovenia. Sporadic appearances of Luther Blissett have been also noted in Canada, the United States, Finland and Brazil.
For reasons that remain unknown, though according to one former member the decision was based purely on the perceived comic value of the name, the pseudonym was borrowed from a real-life Luther Blissett, a notable association football player, who played for A.C. Milan, Watford F.C. and England in the 1980s. In December 1999, the Italian activists who had launched the Luther Blissett Project in 1994 decided to discontinue usage of the name by committing symbolic ritual suicide, or seppuku. After authoring the best-selling historic novel Q as "Luther Blissett", five of them went on to found the writers' collective Wu Ming.
Luther Blissett's mythmaking and politics
While the folk heroes of the early-modern period and the nineteenth century served a variety of social and political purposes, the Luther Blissett Project (LBP) were able to utilize the media and communication strategies unavailable to their predecessors. According to Marco Deseriis, the main purpose of the LBP was to create "a folk hero of the information society" whereby knowledge workers and immaterial workers could organize and recognize themselves.[5] Thus, rather than being understood only as a media prankster and culture jammer, Luther Blissett became a positive mythic figure that was supposed to embody the very process of community and cross-media storytelling. Roberto Bui—one of the co-founders of the LBP and Wu Ming—explains the function of Luther Blissett and other radical folk heroes as mythmaking or mythopoesis:
Mythopoesis is the social process of constructing myths, by which we do not mean “false stories,” we mean stories that are told and shared, re-told and manipulated, by a vast and multifarious community, stories that may give shape to some kind of ritual, some sense of continuity between what we do and what other people did in the past. A tradition. In Latin the verb “tradere” simply meant “to hand down something,” it did not entail any narrow-mindedness, conservatism or forced respect for the past. Revolutions and radical movements have always found and told their own myths.
Another important element was relationship of the Italian LBP to the Autonomist-Marxist theory of labor known as Italian Workerism. Drawing from the work of Italian Workerists, such as Antonio Negri, Paolo Virno, Maurizio Lazzarato and others, the activists of the LBP envisioned Blissett as the expression of the capacity of immaterial workers to produce forms of wealth that cannot be properly measured and attributed to an individual producer. The incalculability of these new forms of labor is articulated in the "Declaration of Rights of Luther Blissett", redacted by the Roman LBP in 1995. In this manifesto, the LBP claims that because in late capitalism any social activity can potentially generate value, the culture and media industries should guarantee a basic income to every citizen detached from individual productivity:
The industry of the integrated spectacle and immaterial command owes me money.
I will not come to terms with it until I will not have what is owed to me. For all the times I appeared on TV, films, and on the radio as a casual passersby or as an element of the landscape, and my image has not been compensated . . . for all the words or expressions of high communicative impact I have coined in peripheral cafes, squares, street corners, and social centers that became powerful advertising jingles, without seeing a dime; for all the times my name and my personal data have been put at work inside stats, to adjust the demand, refine marketing strategies, increase the productivity of firms to which I could not be more indifferent; for all the advertising I continuously make by wearing branded t-shirts, backpacks, socks, jackets, bathing suits, towels, without my body being remunerated as a commercial billboard; for all of this and much more, the industry of the integrated spectacle owes me money! I understand it may be difficult to calculate how much they owe me as an individual. But this is not necessary at all, because I am Luther Blissett, the multiple and the multiplex. And what the industry of the integrated spectacle owes me, it is owed to the many that I am, and is owed to me because I am many. From this viewpoint, we can agree on a generalized compensation. You will not have peace until I will not have the money!
A limited selection of Blissett's stunts, pranks and media hoaxes
2007. A month before the appearance on the bookshelves of Harry Potter and the Deadly Hallows, an email was sent to the Full Disclosure mailing list. In the e-mail, a self-declared group of Catholic hackers purportedly gave away the ending of the book, declaring they violated the computer systems of Bloomsbury (exclusive publisher of the Harry Potter books) to obtain it. The e-mail quoted Joseph Ratzinger's words against Harry Potter. The news escalated from niche IT security mailing lists to mainstream media outlets, and in about 48 hours, it was run by CNN, BBC, Reuters, and over 9000 blogs (declared in the claim). Three days after, Luther Blissett claimed responsibility for the hoax in a public email in which he described how easily the media could be manipulated and how this could be used for psyops purposes. The revelation was ignored by most media outlets, with the notable exception of Noticiasdot, which published an interview with Luther Blissett. The psyop may be the cause of the -5% drop of Bloomsbury Publishing PLC stock quoted on the London Stock Exchange.

So the name represents a group of people who seem to like to troll and play pranks just to show the world they can and how easily the world can be manipulated.

They wrote a book called Q
Q is a novel by Luther Blissett first published in Italian in 1999. The novel is set in Europe during the 16th century, and deals with Protestant reformation movements.
"Luther Blissett" was a nom de plume for four Italian authors (Roberto Bui, Giovanni Cattabriga, Federico Guglielmi and Luca Di Meo) who were part of the "Luther Blissett Project", which ended in 1999. They now write under the name Wu Ming.
The book follows the journey of an Anabaptist radical across Europe in the first half of the 16th century as he joins in various movements and uprisings that come as a result of the Protestant reformation. The book spans 30 years as he is pursued by 'Q' (short for "Qoèlet"), a spy for the Roman Catholic Church cardinal Giovanni Pietro Carafa. The main character, who changes his name many times during the story, first fights in the German Peasants' War beside Thomas Müntzer, during which time he takes part in negotiations which are eventually formalised as the Twelve Articles. Following this, he battles in Münster's siege, during the Münster Rebellion, and some years later, in Venice.
Interpretations and controversy
Throughout Europe, several critics have read Q from a political point of view, and maintain that the novel is an allegory of European society after the decline of the 1960s and 1970s protest movements. As in the 16th century, the Counter-Reformation repressed any alternative theological current or radical social movement, and the Peace of Augsburg sanctioned the partition of the continent among Catholic and Protestant powers, so the last twenty years of the 20th century were marked by a vengeful rebirth of conservative ideologies, and the International Monetary Fund-driven corporate globalization of the economy seemed to rout any resistance.
This interpretation stems from the authors describing Q as a "handbook of survival skills", which might cast a revealing light on the book's ending. But, this is just one of the many interpretations that have emerged in the aftermath of publication.
According to other readers and critics, Q is a thinly disguised autobiography of Luther Blissett as a subversive, identity-shifting collective phantom. The protagonist has no name (the authors later renamed themselves Wu Ming, which is Chinese for "no name"), is involved in every tumult of the age, incites the people to rebellion, and organizes hoaxes, swindles and mischievous acts.
Both British novelist Stewart Home and American novelist David Liss have interpreted Q as an "anti-novel", although their respective analyses come to different conclusions. While Home's review emphasized the social, political and subcultural references embedded in the plot, Liss' review dismissed the book as unnecessary and self-referential.
Other readers have suggested that Q — apart from radicalism, post-modernism, and allegories — is above all an adventure novel, a swashbuckler in the very Italian tradition of Emilio Salgari and other popular feuilleton authors

They keep changing their name in the book while followed by a Catholic spy named Q because they ARE Q. Q represents the Illuminati, The Catholic Church, The Fake Jews, etc. The people who pull the strings behind the scenes that create conflict and wars that push society into the direction they want it to go. This Luther Blissett (now Wu Ming) hide behind this silly moniker and act like they're just a bunch of trolls so they can flaunt this out in the open and none will be the wiser. Interesting that their new name means "No name" considering anonymous means the same thing. Qanon. The very group named Anonymous. I'm betting that isn't a coincidence. Well why the letter Q? Does it mean anything?

The article says 'Q' is short for "Qoèlet". Well what does that mean?
Ecclesiastes (Hebrew: קֹהֶלֶת‬, qōheleṯ) is one of 24 books of the Tanakh or Hebrew Bible, where it is classified as one of the Ketuvim (or "Writings"). Originally written c. 450-200 BCE, it is also among the canonical Wisdom Books in the Old Testament of most denominations of Christianity. The title Ecclesiastes is a Latin transliteration of the Greek translation of the Hebrew Kohelet ("Qoèlet"), the pseudonym used by the author of the book.
In traditional Jewish texts, King Solomon is named as the author, although modern scholars reject this. Textually, the book is the musings of a King of Jerusalem as he relates his experiences and draws lessons from them, often self-critical. The author, introducing himself as the son of David, discusses the meaning of life and the best way to live. He proclaims all the actions of man to be inherently hevel, meaning "vain" or "futile", ("mere breath"), as both the wise and the foolish end their lives in death. Kohelet clearly endorses wisdom as a means for a well-lived earthly life. In light of this senselessness, one should enjoy the simple pleasures of daily life, such as eating, drinking, and taking enjoyment in one's work, which are gifts from the hand of God. The book concludes with the injunction: "Fear God, and keep his commandments; for that is the whole duty of everyone" (12:13).
Ecclesiastes has had a deep influence on Western literature. It contains several phrases that have resonated in British and American culture, and was quoted by Abraham Lincoln addressing Congress in 1862. American novelist Thomas Wolfe wrote: "[O]f all I have ever seen or learned, that book seems to me the noblest, the wisest, and the most powerful expression of man's life upon this earth—and also the highest flower of poetry, eloquence, and truth. I am not given to dogmatic judgments in the matter of literary creation, but if I had to make one I could say that Ecclesiastes is the greatest single piece of writing I have ever known, and the wisdom expressed in it the most lasting and profound."

So is this telling us that a secret society Illuminati type organization wrote Ecclesiastes? Or maybe even several other books of the Bible? We do know that the Freemasons greatly look up to King Solomon. The Cryptic Rite anoint members of the Order of the Silver Trowel in the vain of King Solomon.
The Order of the Silver Trowel is a degree offered to elected Illustrious Masters, installed Illustrious Masters, or Past Illustrious Masters of Councils of Cryptic Masons or Royal and Select Masters. It base on biblical history of the annointing of Solomon as King of Israel to follow his Father, David, to the throne of Israel. Charters for Grand Councils of Silver Trowel are issued by the Grand Council of North Carolina as custodian of the degree.

King Solomon, The First Jewish Temple & The Secret Leader of the Freemasons

King Solomon built the first Jewish Temple with a ring that could control demon spirits according to one book that isn't in the typical Bible. He practiced Kabbalah magic and was said to be very wise. It's also said he was the one who started the idea of corrupting everyone so the Messiah would appear.
Rituals in Freemasonry refer to King Solomon and the building of his Temple. Masonic buildings, where Lodge members meet, are sometimes called 'temples'; an allegoric reference to King Solomon's Temple.
Kabbalah views the design of the Temple of Solomon as representative of the metaphysical world and the descending light of the creator through Sefirot of the Tree of Life. The levels of the outer, inner and priest's courts represent three lower worlds of Kabbalah. The Boaz and Jachin pillars at the entrance of the temple represent the active and passive elements of the world of Atziluth. The original menorah and its seven branches represent the seven lower Sephirot of the Tree of Life. The veil of the Holy of Holies and the inner part of the temple represent the Veil of the Abyss on the Tree of Life, behind which the Shekhinah or Divine Presence hovers.

So is there any more significance to this?

Q is the 17th letter of the alphabet. 17 just so happens to be the number of the secret leader of the Freemasons.
Seventeen is the number of the secret leader because one is the number of the leader and represents authority and seven is the number of the spiritual archaeologist and intellectual investigator making this a very spiritual number. 17 is also considered a number of ‘immortality’ and that the person’s name ‘lives after him’. Very apparent with the notoriety that Masonry receives.
Number 17 is also called ‘The Star of the Magi’ and expresses that the person has achieved a superior spirit to the trials and difficulties (karma) in his life and career. This aspect fits well with the rites and initiations that are apart of the Masonic tradition. Number 17 has been acquainted with the 8 pointed Star of Venus in the Tarot which attracts money and success and enjoys material achievements.

Well there you have it. Q = 17 = King Solomon = Donald Trump

Donald Trump is King Solomon

Trump isn't Cyrus or King David. He's King Solomon. The secret societies goal is to destroy the mosque where Solomons temple was thought to be and rebuild it. That's where the Antichrist is suppose to set himself up and call himself God. Israel has already put Trumps face on coins and named land marks after him. This is what will trigger the giant middle east war, an earthquake or bomb that destroys the Mosque. The destruction of the world Trade Centers was a ritual by the Mossad that represents the destruction of the two columns Solomons temple and the 2 temples themselves. They erected the "one world" trade center in place of it. Trump owns an Obelisk shaped building with a green pyramid on top of it, right next to the WTC. Commonly called 40 WALL St. The love of money is the root of all evil. Trump loves money and is obsessed with gold, or at least making things look gold. Trump is a part of the Cryptic Rite.

Solomon adorned the temple in gold and it was built according to Phoenician design, and its description is considered the best description of what a Phoenician temple looked like. Who else do we know that made his own temple and made adorned it with gold?

Solomon's number was 666 by the way. The Star of David / Seal of Solomon is the Mark of the Beast
1 Kings 10:14 The weight of the gold that Solomon received yearly was 666 talents.

You can read all about that HERE.

Why King Solomon is the Donald Trump of the Hebrew Bible
A Little Background & The First Point of Comparison
The life of King Solomon, son of King David and Bathsheba, is primarily found in 1 Kings 1-11. With that in mind, let’s begin by putting aside the mythology surrounding Solomon's wisdom for a moment. Yes, the Bible contains references to his wisdom: his famous prayer for wisdom instead of riches, as well as the "let's cut a prostitute's baby in half!" story, are found in 1 Kings 3. There are also random assertions about how wise he was in the Bible (c.f. 1 Kings 4:29-34). However, the vast majority of the tales about his fabled wisdom come from traditions composed long after the Hebrew texts, some of which aren't even Jewish.
Regardless of the amount of wisdom Solomon possessed, some would argue that if he had any wisdom, he's fighting in a weight class far above the guy with a poorly-trained, blonde-dyed hamster on his head; that all this wisdom talk in and of itself negates the comparison between the two "leaders." But this issue actually enables the first point of comparison:who do you think authored/commissioned the stories of Solomon's wisdom?
Those who have studied biblical compositions are aware that the books of Samuel and Kings contain information from a variety of sources. Scholars have long argued that some of the source material for the tales of David and Solomon were possibly authored from within Solomon's court. In other words, there has been a longstanding question about whether a little revisionist history (read: "fake news") was composed to make father and son look better.
Why? Have you read the book of Samuel? David is a mess, as many of our game cards attest to (here's a small example). The "man after God's own heart" was an adulterer, murderer, betrayer, hypocrite, and a crappy father. Some hold that scribes try to smooth over the rough spots and make him look better: he was a poet/musician, handsome, and kind. It is conjectured that the same sort of sanitizing took place for Solomon's story, because when you consider the whole picture, he took after the worst aspects of his dad, but with less dead bodies.
(Side note: the Acts-Luke narrative and the pastoral epistles in the New Testament do the same for the Apostle Paul. Compare those works to Galatians or Romans and you see a different Paul).
However, the propaganda could not completely silence the dissenting voices: both are found in our modern Bibles. Some have proposed that the lost Book of the Acts of Solomon (referenced in 1 Kings 11:41) might be a part of this royal propaganda. And on the other hand, outside of Kings, there are biblical critiques of Solomon's rule. There is good reason to believe that the "law of the king" (Deuteronomy 17:14-20) was composed as a critique of Solomon. Furthermore, the book of Ecclesiastes (which was not written by Solomon) makes a lot more sense when read as a thinly veiled critique of Solomon's administration and the state of the nation(s) as a result of his failed policies.
All of this is just an introduction into the myriad ways that King Solomon is akin to the tiny-handed gold-monger residing at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Comparing King Solomon and Trump
  1. Their fathers were rich, powerful, and shady as fuck.
  2. They were accustomed to a lifestyle of luxury and comfort.
  3. They came to power through dubious means [this and the next two points of comparison we have written about in a previous Card Talk].
  4. Those groomed and assumed to run the nation after a curry-haired heart-throb, had skeletons in their closest (and/or the closets of their close supporters), even though they were vastly more qualified to lead.
  5. They fired (or killed) the career politicians of the previous administration and replaced them with friends.
  6. Due to their fathers' accomplishments and influence, they avoided military service. As commander in chief, they regularly made pronouncements impacting military readiness.
  7. They had an unhealthy obsession with gold, wealth, and power.
  8. They had an unhealthy need to be surrounded by foreign women, whether they marry them or not.
  9. They made numerous allegiances with foreign nations believing they were the best at negotiating trade deals.
  10. They exacerbated conflicts with foreign enemies.
  11. They continually engaged in building projects, which were always over-time and over-budget, whether they succeed or not.
  12. They engaged in the gerrymandering of districts to exercise political and economic control over their people.
  13. Their economic policies, especially in regards to taxation and labor, oppressed/crushed the working class.
  14. Their false piety and blatant acts of idoltrous behavior were condemned by religious leaders who remained true to the faith, unlike the ones on their payroll.
  15. They caused an irredeemable rift between two factions of the nation, leading to its international downfall.
  16. Their children were idiots.

Q: The Winged Serpent

So where is all of this leading with Trump and calling himself God in the new Solomon's Temple? Well according to the Bible, the dragon is suppose to come out of the abyss. And some myths say the moon is a dragon's egg. Considering the Jews and Muslims worship a moon god (as a proxy to Saturn), this could actually make a lot more sense than we realize.

Q: The Winged Serpent - Trailer - Youtube

It gets summoned by a mysterious cult and begins raining blood? Hmm
Siberia going biblical? ‘Blood rain’ pours down on Russian parking lot (PHOTOS)

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