An online conspiracy theory which predicts a 'Storm' coming has gained significant traction in recent days with believers feeling they have been proved correct.
The Q Anon movement began around a year ago when US President Donald Trump uttered the words "calm before the storm" which led to a string of anonymous posts from someone named 'Q' on an online forum called 4chan, strangely, which began with the phrase "the Storm is coming". Many of these people believe 'Q' may in-fact be the President.
Posts since then have been similarly vague, mysterious and cliffhanger-like, but clearly too well written to be Donald Trump.
Now, with the devastating Storm Florence and the Machine in the US and Storm Muhammed Ali currently battering the UK as well as Storm, er, Xianxin hitting the Philippines and China, Q anon followers worldwide are feeling utterly vindicated.
One hunchbacked supporter of Q, called Quasimodo, said "yep see we told you so, here it is, the 'Storm' is here, it has cum with gusto in an enthralling climax to a particularly satisfying session, of theorising."
When it was suggested to him that the 'Storm' was supposed to be an exposure of deep state corruption and collusion against the President and a large cover up of Hollywood actors and prominent politicians being paedophiles and operating a global child sex trafficking ring, he said "huh? I know nothing of that I thought it was purely geographical. I'm a real individual follower of it, you know?
"To be honest I don't think anything he/she/it posts is particularly enlightening it just feels good to be part of a community that thinks it knows lots of classified information even though it's pretty obvious to someone with even an iota of understanding that the US political Establishment is largely against the US President, there's books recently released openly saying as much. Trump dismisses these of course because they are derogatory towards him, from the Establishment side, portraying him as a child, but at the same time they are revealing the very things that Q followers are banging on about being covered up. But all the other global child sex cabal shit, fuck knows, I mean I thought Pizzagate was an entrance to my local Domino's. Anyhoo, I'm surprised you're even brave enough to speak to me hardly anyone does."
True, he did look pretty fucking weird.