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Entry from September 11, 2020
“Where We Go One, We Go All” (#WWG1WGA)

"Where We Go One, We Go All” (WWG1WGA) is a motto/slogan that has been printed on many images. The saying is similar to the Latin Unus pro omnibus, omnes pro uno, made famous in the Alexandre Dumas novel The Three Musketeers (1844) as “All for one, and one for all.”

The 1911 brigantine rigged sailing ship Eye of the Wind has a bell with the inscription, “WHERE WE GO ONE, WE GO ALL.” It is sometimes said—incorrectly—that the bell is from John F. Kennedy‘s yacht, specifically, Honey Fitz.

Eye of the Wind was used in the Ridley Scott-directed film White Squall (1996), where the ship was called Albatross. Captain Christopher Sheldon (played by Jeff Bridges) says in the film, “If we don’t have order, we have nothing. Where we go one, we go all.”

“Where We Go One, We Go All” (#WWG1WGA) was used by the political followers of QAnon in 2018. “#WWG1WGA” had been posted on Twitter by C.J. Underwood on November 6, 2014. “He also said, ‘Where we go one, we go all.’ What Zach is putting out about Space X is very different from Q post” was posted on Twitter by Qanon.app on January 9, 2018. “#WRWYQ #FG&C #MAGA #MolonLabe #FREEDOM #liberty #StandUpPatriots #OpenTheirEyes #TweetStormDay #SideBySide #FIGHTFIGHTFIGHT #WWG1WGA” was posted on Twitter by Wake Up America on January 16, 2018.


Wikipedia: Unus pro omnibus, omnes pro uno
Unus pro omnibus, omnes pro uno is a Latin phrase that means One for all, all for one. It is the unofficial motto of Switzerland. A French version, Un pour tous, tous pour un, was made famous by Alexandre Dumas in the 1844 novel The Three Musketeers.

Wikipedia: White Squall (film)
White Squall is a 1996 American disaster survival film directed by Ridley Scott. It is a coming of age film in which a group of high school and college age teenagers sign up for several months of training aboard a sail ship, a brigantine, and travel around half the globe when suddenly they are challenged by a severe storm. The film stars Jeff Bridges in the role of the captain, called “Skipper”, his wife, played by Caroline Goodall, and a supporting cast portraying a group of nearly a dozen student sailors.

The film was based on the 1962 book The Last Voyage of the Albatross by Charles Gieg Jr. and Felix Sutton.

Plot
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The day he leaves, Frank apologizes to Skipper for the incident on the boat and is given a farewell by Gil, who gets the courage to climb up the ropes to ring the bell for Frank, which symbolizes ‘Where we go one, we go all’.
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Reception
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Decades after White Squall‘s release, believers in the QAnon conspiracy theory have developed an affinity for the film because its original trailer happens to emphasize several phrases ("Where we go one, we go all,” “Anonymous,” and “The calm before the storm") which feature prominently in the conspiracy’s lore.

IMDb (The Internet Movie Database)
White Squall (1996)
Quotes

Captain Christopher Sheldon: If we don’t have order, we have nothing. Where we go one, we go all.

[Chuck Talking to Captain Sheldon during the Trial]
Chuck: You told us where we go one we go all, well we believed you, we lived by it, Sir. And now your saying where you go we can’t follow.

Eye of the Wind
The ship’s bell of the Eye of the Wind serves as an acoustic signal during foggy weather, and it also indicates the lenght of the chain during an anchoring manoeuver. In the old days the bell was also used to indicate the time of day. In one scene of the Hollywood-movie “White Squall” this bell with its engraving WHERE WE GO ONE - WE GO ALL plays an important role. In the audio file you hear the spoken words “Where we go one - we go all” and two double-chimes of the bell. Striking the bell that way means either 2 o’clock, 6 o’clock or 10 o’clock. It also indicates that the shift for the watch in command is halfway over. The audio file has a lenght of approximately five seconds. Download the audio files for free just by clicking on the particular image.

Wikipedia: QAnon
QAnon (/kjuːəˈnɒn/) is a far-right conspiracy theory alleging that a cabal of Satan-worshiping pedophiles running a global child sex-trafficking ring is plotting against President Donald Trump, who is battling them, leading to a “day of reckoning” involving the mass arrest of journalists and politicians.[9] No part of the theory is based on fact.
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QAnon believers commonly tag their social media posts with the hashtag #WWG1WGA, signifying the motto “Where We Go One, We Go All”.

Newspapers.com
2 February 1996, Los Angeles (CA) Times, “Coming of Age in the Midst of a ‘Squall’” by Jack Matthews, pg. F1, col. 5:
The surviving students, taking seriously the Ocean Academy’s Musketeer adage, “We go one, we go all,” had another opinion entirely.

Newspapers.com
7 February 1996, Palm Beach (FL) Daily News, “‘White Squall’ is an appealingly macho movie” by Roger Ebert, pg. 1, col. 4:
And a ship’s motto: “Where we go one, we go all.”

Twitter
C.J. Underwood
@QsCp_Zephex
We all have made it so far we put in over 350 hours of #rehearsals & #practing this is what makes the #ehhsyjmb so amazing #WWG1WGA
8:05 PM · Nov 6, 2014·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Brody McKenna
@brody_mckenna
I can do better than that. We all can do better. Tomorrow is a new day. Good things are coming. #WWG1WGA #AnythingGoes2015
11:53 PM · Mar 9, 2015·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Qanon.app
@hotmomforbernie
Replying to @gaberz86
He also said, “Where we go one, we go all.” What Zach is putting out about Space X is very different from Q post. Right? Or did I miss something?
2:19 AM · Jan 9, 2018·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Lesa Cuenonymous
@ThatLesa
“Where we go one - we go all Patriots” These anti-Tracy and Corsi comments are NOT in the spirit of Q’s mission statement. They are both assets. Period. They are both Patriots. Period. This divisive rhetoric is beneath us. Reclaim your better selves. Q is INCLUSIVE not EXCLUSIVE.
3:24 AM · Jan 9, 2018·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Lady #MAGA
@Lady4Maga
“Where we go one, we go all.”
12:39 AM · Jan 10, 2018·Twitter for Android

Twitter
JesperBirk5
@JesperBirk5
WHERE WE GO ONE, WE GO ALL.
#QAnon
Quote Tweet
Sarah Ruth Ashcraft
@SaRaAshcraft
· Jan 9, 2018
@realDonaldTrump is not our Savior, nor is #QAnon. These people are riders on a wave. WE THE PEOPLE are the ocean. It is by our COLLECTIVE WILL that this TRUTH is finally being revealed. This is very important to remember. We ALL have a role to play in #TheGreatAwakening https://twitter.com/SaRaAshcraft/status/950595202393214976
7:51 AM · Jan 10, 2018·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Wake Up America
@Texian45
https://youtu.be/tHsZxJlxHYw #WRWYQ #FG&C #MAGA #MolonLabe #FREEDOM #liberty #StandUpPatriots #OpenTheirEyes #TweetStormDay #SideBySide #FIGHTFIGHTFIGHT #WWG1WGA
11:58 PM · Jan 16, 2018·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
Michael Ribera
@X_Mike_Ribera_X
Replying to @seanhannity @JesseBWatters and @JessicaTarlov
WWG1WGA
9:56 PM · Jan 23, 2018·Twitter Web App

Twitter
72 SECONDS
@55true4u
Q is very real.
If you haven’t been following the map I can’t help you out.
What matters most is that you Believe in yourself.
United we stand.
Together we cannot be defeated.
God is Truth.
Where we go one, we go all.
#QAnon
9:47 PM · May 6, 2018·Twitter Web App

Twitter
TheHungerGames2020
@TreyLebrecque
Replying to @Thomas1774Paine and @Delmarva123
WW3 you say..??? Just wishful thinking on their part. There’s nothing the cabal and Clowns in America would love more. And they’ll create any excuse to get it. Stay United.
Where we go one, we go ALL!!!
@QAnon
12:00 PM · May 7, 2018·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Storm Ranger
@NewCalifornian2
Our Golden Rule
Anyone disrespecting Patriots will be shown no quarter.
You will keep your seeds of doubt in yourselves, you will eat your own red herrings,
you will leave our waters clean of poison and we’ll always keep our bearings.
>WHERE WE GO ONE, WE GO ALL.
>PATRIOTS.
>Q
11:11 AM · May 8, 2018·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
TCB
@tcb12345
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
HIS NAME WAS SETH RICH. WHERE WE GO ONE. WE GO ALL. #wwg1wga #qanon #iamQ
9:39 AM · May 20, 2018·Twitter for iPhone

Twitter
007
@BLM_4_TRUMP
Captain Christopher Sheldon: If we don’t have order, we have nothing. Where we go one, we go all.
#WWG1WGA
12:58 PM · May 20, 2018·Twitter for Android

Twitter
Jere
@smith_jere
Replying to @Farberyanki@RubyRockstar333 and @ariyederi
This is what we are all striving for. Stop listening to bad people. Come together. Where we go one, we go all.
#WWG1WGA
3:58 PM · May 21, 2018·Twitter Web Client

Reddit—Qult_Headquarters
Posted by u/Tangentman123 4 months ago (May 2020—ed.)
Bell from the Honey Fitz? Not so much.
So, my mother, deep into the Qult, sends me this:
“Reminds me of JFK’s boat’s (Honey Fitz)
WHERE WE GO ONE WE GO ALL”

Apparently, this has been popular as of late, Qultists claiming this bell was on JFK’s boat, the Honey Fitz. It didn’t take long to figure out where that bell came from and it most certainly wasn’t the Honey Fitz. In fact, the Honey Fitz never belonged to JFK. This is the Honey Fitz, a motor yacht:

I couldn’t find a picture of a bell on it and there are lots of detailed pictures of it. The Honey Fitz, not it’s original name, was built in 1931 and, once the Coast Guard obtained it, it for used by whomever was president at the time.
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The bell in the picture belongs to a tall ship called the Eye of the Wind built in 1911. Here’s a better picture of the bell from the Eye of the Wind:

Twitter
Keep America Great!
@ForConservative
Replying to @RealCandaceO
My favorite saying :  Where we go one, We go all
#WWG1WGA
You are free Flag of United States
10:19 AM · Jun 4, 2018·Twitter Web App

The Atlantic
The Prophecies of Q
American conspiracy theories are entering a dangerous new phase.

Story by Adrienne LaFrance
JUNE 2020 ISSUE
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The QAnon universe is sprawling and deep, with layer upon layer of context, acronyms, characters, and shorthand to learn. The “castle” is the White House. “Crumbs” are clues. CBTS stands for “calm before the storm,” and WWG1WGA stands for “Where we go one, we go all,” which has become an expression of solidarity among Q followers. (Both of these phrases, oddly, are used in the trailer for the 1996 Ridley Scott film White Squall—watch it on YouTube, and you’ll see that the comments section is flooded with pro-Q sentiment.)

CNN
Michael Flynn posts video featuring QAnon slogans
By Marshall Cohen, CNN
Updated 8:37 PM ET, Tue July 7, 2020
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Regarding the video, Flynn lawyer Sidney Powell told the Washington Examiner that Flynn “wanted to encourage people to think about being a citizen,” and claimed the phrase “Where we go one, we go all” was first engraved on a bell on one of President John F. Kennedy’s sailboats.

Experts told CNN that QAnon believers often misattribute the quote to Kennedy’s boat because “Q”—a supposed government insider who posts online clues about the “deep state”—once said it came from Kennedy. It appears to originate from the 1996 survival film “White Squall.”

SanLuisObispo.com
Atascadero City Council candidate uses QAnon phrase, blames COVID-19 spike on protests
BY LINDSEY HOLDEN
SEPTEMBER 06, 2020 05:00 AM , UPDATED SEPTEMBER 07, 2020 09:39 AM
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USE OF A QANON PHRASE
At the close of the series, (Nicholas—ed.) Mattson includes the acronym “WWG1WGA,” which stands for “where we go one, we go all.”

The acronym has been used widely by followers of the QAnon conspiracy theory, which has been spreading online since about 2017, according to a report from the Institute for Strategic Dialogue, an extremism think tank.

Mattson told New Times he appreciates the phrase because of its relation to President John F. Kennedy, while adding that he “doesn’t subscribe” to QAnon.

However, there’s no evidence linking the phrase to Kennedy or a bell on the president’s boat, a belief some QAnon followers hold, according to CNN.

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