Conspiracy theorists

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33 minutes ago, silty1 said:

 

Then isn't it a self-correcting problem?

 

Some of the ones willing to die are also willing to kill to protect their freedumbs. That's what we really need to be worried about.

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Apparently, you can make this shit up -

 

 

 

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Lara Trump suggested Democrats “don’t care” about inflation because they want to do away with shared traditions like Thanksgiving.

“They have told us from the beginning that they want to fundamentally transform America,” Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law, who is married to the ex-president’s son, Eric Trump, said on Fox News Wednesday night.

“Well, how do you do that? You have to change America from the inside out. You have to take away our traditions,” she continued.

 

Trump, who joined the conservative network as a paid contributor in March, conveniently didn’t mention the coronavirus pandemic as she recalled how in 2020 “they didn’t even want us to get together, so I guess we’re lucky they’re letting us have Thanksgiving this year.”

“But at really the core of this, they want to divide Americans up, they don’t want us to have any common ground, they don’t want us to have any shared traditions like Thanksgiving,” she claimed.

Trump alleged, without offering any evidence, that “a lot of places last month actually did away with Halloween because they wanted to be inclusive of the people who didn’t celebrate Halloween.”

“It all goes to fundamentally transforming this country,” she claimed. “And the way you do that is you make sure we have no commonality whatsoever, no traditions as Americans whatsoever, you start chipping away at that.”

 

 

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The un-vaccinators are going strong

 

  • In Facebook groups and Telegram channels, "de-vaccination" misinformation is spreading.

  • De-vaccination is medically impossible. But some advocates are encouraging people to try.

  • Insider found blood-letting and dangerous chemicals recommended as methods.

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Just heard from a colleague that in Austria people are using umbrellas to protect themselves from "vaccines dropped from airplanes like rain"!

Can't find any source for this! Are people that dumb?

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Yes, people are dumb enough to make up that shit. Others are dumb enough to believe it.

 

Seriously, I've only heard of rabies vaccines being dropped out of planes in problem areas.

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Well, more proof that conspiracy theories target the most vulnerable. This poor, mentally ill man will likely spend his days in involuntary institutionalization because some jackass thought making up Q was funny.

 

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 An armed California man was arrested recently in Iowa while allegedly on his way to the White House.

 

Police say the man, identified as 25-year-old Kuachua Brillion Xiong, had an assault rifle and ammunition in his possession, as well as a "hit list" that named President Joe Biden; Dr. Anthony Fauci, the president's chief medical advisor; Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Meta, formerly known as Facebook; and former presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.

 

Xiong was pulled over on Dec. 21 after police observed him driving aggressively, according to a criminal complaint. Police suspected he could be planning criminal activity due to the man’s behavior. During the traffic stop he “began talking about his disapproval for government due to the sex abuse of children, some of which that has occurred by President Biden," he said. 

 

Xiong was taken to the Cass County Sheriff’s Office for further questioning.

 

During an interview, Xiong allegedly told authorities he'd worked at a grocery store in Merced, California, until two months ago – and that his employment was a “cover until called upon by God to combat evil demons in the White House,” according to the criminal complaint.

Police say Xiong said he allegedly began gathering equipment to carry out the deed, including an assault rifle with magazines, ammunition, body armor, medical supplies, dark clothing, a grappling hook, food and cash, according to the complaint.

 

Xiong allegedly told to police that he left his home in Sacramento on Dec. 18 to drive straight to the White House to kill people in power, and added that he would not have stopped if he had not been pulled over by the authorities, the complaint details.

 

Police say he allegedly compiled his “hit list” of “evil” people to kill via videos on TikTok. Xiong allegedly stated he would kill Biden unless the president promised to comply with his demands, the complaint added.

 

“When concluding the interview, (Xiong) stated that nothing would stop him from carrying out his plan of gaining access to the White House and killing the persons on his ‘hit list.’

 

Xiong allegedly said that if released from custody, he would immediately resume traveling to the White House in Washington, D.C. and ‘do whatever it takes’ to complete his plan,” Secret Service Special Agent Justin Larson wrote in the complaint. “(The man) stated that he has no intention of returning to California to see his family because he plans on dying while fighting evil demons at the White House.”

 

The defendant's attorneys filed a notice Thursday that he intends to rely on an insanity defense at trial.

 

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Oooh, the Q people are the baddies. Every accusation is a confession.

 

QAnon Is Supposed to Be All About Protecting Kids. Its Primary Enabler Appears to Have Hosted Child Porn Domains.

 

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One dark irony of QAnon has always been that the conspiracy theory, which holds that President Trump is waging a war on a cabal of elite liberal pedophiles, rose to prominence on 8chan, an imageboard where users swapped child pornography.

 

But that irony may have a darker, deeper layer: Mother Jones has uncovered that Jim Watkins, the owner of 8chan and its successor site, 8kun, controls a company that hosted scores of domains whose names suggest they are connected to child pornography.

 

While Mother Jones did not visit the domains because of strict laws related to viewing child sex abuse material, internet registration and hosting data suggest at a minimum that Watkins profited from domains with names explicitly related to pedophilia—the very thing that QAnon followers say that they’re motivated to end. The domains’ names include terms such as “preteen,” “schoolgirl,” and “child” alongside graphic terms for genitalia and words like “rape” and “love.” It’s unclear what, if anything, is currently being served at the domains. However, an analysis of metadata collected years ago from one by archive.org shows dozens of filenames and links containing highly suggestive terms, including “xxxpreteen,” “children,” and sexual references to girls aged 12 to 15.

 

So, for the record, disgusting pedophile promotes and allows the posting of child pornography for other disgusting pedophiles who think they are going to save the world from people just like them? Sure.

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13 hours ago, AlexTr said:

One dark irony of QAnon has always been that the conspiracy theory, which holds that President Trump is waging a war on a cabal of elite liberal pedophiles, rose to prominence on 8chan, an imageboard where users swapped child pornography.

 

It's projection 101.

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Or, to fully spell it out, the guy dealing in hot teens and child pornography on 8chan found out that spreading a conspiracy theory he stole from the Middle Ages/Rosenkreuzer (worldwide Jewish cabal) got him more hits and suddenly fame (yes, he's Q). Then he added the child porn to the theory, triggering worldwide trade in said porn to a new high. Disgusting. And the Trumpanzees fell for it.

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On 31/12/2021, 13:35:51, AlexTr said:

Well, more proof that conspiracy theories target the most vulnerable.

This is an example of the sort of idiots who believe conspiracy theories...

She even thinks that James Woods plays Biden sometimes. The same James Wood who was a Trump bootlicker and about as right-wing as you can get.

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4 hours ago, Metall said:

Or, to fully spell it out, the guy dealing in hot teens and child pornography on 8chan found out that spreading a conspiracy theory he stole from the Middle Ages/Rosenkreuzer (worldwide Jewish cabal) got him more hits and suddenly fame (yes, he's Q). Then he added the child porn to the theory, triggering worldwide trade in said porn to a new high. Disgusting. And the Trumpanzees fell for it.

I can almost guarantee you that every  Q believer will believe that this is all bollocks and he was set up by the NWO.

Just think back to the sort of excuses J2 would come up with when yet another of his predictions/theories turned out to be bollocks.

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23 minutes ago, Keleth said:

Just think back to the sort of excuses J2 would come up with when yet another of his predictions/theories turned out to be bollocks.

 

Of course. These are people who deeply mistrust science, history, medicine. They usually are disappointed in life and have very little to be proud of, so they turn to absurd theories that tell them they are the only ones in the know - anything to feel like a special, important person.

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Interesting video on the psychology of this:

 


How to challenge conspiracy theories

 

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As conspiracy theories have evolved over the years, they have become a reflection of what’s relevant in our society.

 

Social media has had a huge role to play in facilitating the spread of conspiracy theories in the modern age, and as such they are becoming harder to combat. But what happens in our brains when our strongly held beliefs are challenged and how can we change our mindset to protect ourselves from conspiracy theories?

 

Video here: 

 

https://www.bbc.com/reel/embed/p0cnjl9s

 

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https://www.bbc.com/reel/video/p0cnjl9s/why-conspiracy-theories-are-so-hard-to-challenge

 

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A 36-year-old GP in Austria has committed suicide after months of abuse from conspiracy theorists and anti-vaxxers, including some in Germany, causing her to close her practice.

 

Austrian doctors speak out after suicide of GP following Covid threats

 

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Lisa-Maria Kellermayr was targeted by conspiracy theorists and anti-vaxxers before taking her own life

 

Austrian medical representatives have called for greater protection for doctors after a GP who faced months of violent threats from anti-vaccination activists and pandemic conspiracy theorists took her own life.

 

Lisa-Maria Kellermayr was found dead in her practice in the lakeside resort of Seewalchen am Attersee on Friday. Prosecutors told the media they found three suicide notes and were not planning to carry out an autopsy.

 

Her death prompted a wave of vigils and demonstrations. There have also been calls for laws against bullying and psychological warfare to be tightened, including making it easier to prosecute perpetrators in other EU countries, after at least two of the people believed to have targeted Kellermayr with death threats were identified as coming from Germany.

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Kellermayr was described by her friends, family and patients as a passionate, caring and plain-speaking doctor who lived for her work. At the start of the pandemic, she volunteered to visit coronavirus patients in their homes for weeks of round-the-clock shifts, telling her friends and family that as a single person with no dependants, “I belong on the frontline”.

 

She was one of the earliest people to share her observations that patients who used asthma inhalers were often better able to deal with the symptoms of the virus.

 

Kellermayr was also an enthusiastic supporter of vaccines, sharing her thoughts and ideas on Twitter, and was interviewed regularly, earning praise for her clear communication.

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Article with her photo: Morddrohungen von Impfgegnern: Österreich nach dem vermeidbaren Tod von Lisa-Maria Kellermayr

 

 

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