I’ve done this in the past, but I fear I’ve still been too vague. I’m going to go over my methods on how to wake up normies, as well as what NOT to do.
As a general rule of thumb, you should NOT be approaching anyone with any of this stuff. Nobody likes to be bombarded with information they didn’t ask for. You should be educating yourself, and conducting yourself in a certain manner, and the normies will come to you.
Carry yourself in a manner that says “I don’t subscribe to the false reality”. People can sense it on you. When asked your opinion on something, state it proudly. But don’t go out of your way to tell people about this stuff. The curious ones, they will detect that you are different and don’t act like the rest of the brainwashed lemmings, and they will come to you.
These curious normies, who have started to notice the narrative being fed to them is bullshit, they will ask you stuff like “hey what do you think about this?”, Or “did you see this?”, looking to get a response from you, for an alternative perspective to what they get from their MSM echo chamber.
This is when you have opportunity to show them irregularities in what they are being fed. If you are able to show them one irregularity, they will be inspired to look for other irregularities in their narrative(s), and their search for truth begins. And depending on how close you are with the person, they will come back with more questions. And it’s our individual responsibility to be as well versed as possible, so we can assist those with questions and curious minds.
Also, you need to be delicate, and not throw these people head first into the deepest and most obscure of rabbit holes. They are already in a heightened state of anxiety, going outside their comfort zone and questioning their reality. Don’t spook them with the crazy stuff at first. The Biltmore pool is not how you red-pill normies. Start with a smaller dose.
I was watching Patel Patriot the other day, he and his panel were discussing on whether or not using Q to red-pill people is a good idea. I agree with Jon that using Q as an entry point to get normies to believe you, is NOT a good idea. I think it’s a recipe for disaster and will fail 99 times out of 100 and is ultimately doing more harm than good.
But why is it so ineffective? Because the normies have been programmed to shut down and disregard anything remotely related to “QAnon”. Even many of the awake ones, they don’t want anything to do with it. You could show them a Q drop that says “the sky is blue”, and they would call you a conspiracy theorist. That’s how programmed normies are to despise Q.
But if I tell a normie that the sky is blue, without mentioning Q, they would believe me, because I can show some direct evidence to back up that the sky is in fact, blue. And they weren’t triggered to shut down before I presented the evidence. This is the approach I take to get normies to subscribe to Q related themes, without ever mentioning a Q drop. Using real-world evidence.
If they want to talk about Q down the road, after they’ve been acclimated a bit and unsubscribed from the mainstream reality, of course, but don’t ever use it as an entry point, and don’t ever bring it on to people.
And to be quite honest, Q will never be considered “real” to the masses until Hillary and Obama are prosecuted in a military tribunal. That’s really what it comes down to. So I wouldn’t put too much focus into proving Q is real, as much as I would focus on using Q as a tool to find real-world proof to show irregularities in the mainstream narrative(s).