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    Quote Originally Posted by Airportwo
    Again could this be linked to the distrust of "Big Pharma"
    Yes. Obviously.

    But it's also linked to irrational anti-vax nutters believing quackery over science and fucking things for the rest of us. Selfish cnuts.

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    In essence, the differences vary little.

    It's the false and manipulated perceptions that convey the unrecognized variables.

    Part and parcel of the greater theatre of deception.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AntRobertson View Post
    But it's also linked to irrational anti-vax nutters believing quackery over science and fucking things for the rest of us. Selfish cnuts.
    Sorry I'm not following that, how does it fuck it up for the "rest off us" once your vaccinated I though you were protected?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airportwo View Post
    Sorry I'm not following that, how does it fuck it up for the "rest off us" once your vaccinated I though you were protected?
    Because of the concept of herd protection / immunity.

    When a large enough group in a population are immune they provide protection for those that aren't by not being disease vectors.

    Anti-vaxxers with their whackjobbery fuck this equation and also provide chances for diseases to mutate, thereby endangering everyone by their choices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airportwo View Post
    Sorry I'm not following that, how does it fuck it up for the "rest off us" once your vaccinated I though you were protected?
    Not everyone can be vaccinated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuangLao View Post
    In essence, the differences vary little.

    It's the false and manipulated perceptions that convey the unrecognized variables.

    Part and parcel of the greater theatre of deception.
    WTF???

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    Twitter bans 7,000 QAnon accounts, limits 150,000 others as part of broad crackdown


    The company will classify QAnon as coordinated harmful activity in part because of a rise in harassment targeting high-profile critics of the president.

    Twitter bans 7,000 QAnon accounts, limits 150,000 others as part of broad crackdown

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    Twitter bans 7,000 QAnon accounts, limits 150,000 others as part of broad crackdown
    Thank the gods as they are all just trolls.

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    Right-wing Trump supporters believe Hollywood is ‘harvesting’ children for a drug that doesn’t exist

    Conspiracy-minded supporters of President Donald Trump have a new conspiracy theory about Hollywood and Democratic politicians harvesting children for a fake drug called adrenochrome.


    As The Daily Beast reports, adrenochrome is actually “an easy-to-come-by chemical compound, usually found as a light pink solution, that forms by the oxidation of adrenaline, the stress hormone.”


    However, believers in the QAnon conspiracy theory falsely think that the compound is actually a highly charged psychedelic that can only be extracted from children who are in heightened states of fear.

    “For conspiracy theorists, adrenochrome represents a mystical psychedelic favored by the global elites for drug-crazed satanic rites, derived from torturing children to harvest their oxidized hormonal fear,” the report explains.

    However, the idea that adrenochrome is a high-powered drug is a myth that grew in the 1950s and 1960s, and was famously popularized by author Hunter S. Thompson in his classic book, “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.”


    “The compound’s supposedly psychedelic properties have been debunked, in part by Thompson himself, who reportedly told Terry Gilliam, director of the black comedy’s adaptation, that he had invented its effects,” the report notes. “Eduardo Hidalgo Downing, a Spanish writer behind the meandering drug memoir Adrenochrome and Other Mythical Drugs, described it as ‘an absolute bullsh*t,’ [sic], adding that ‘it is of no value in psychoactive terms… it is infinitely more useful to drink a cup of coffee.'”


    Nonetheless, the belief that the phony drug and only be harvested from frightened children fits in perfectly with QAnon’s belief that the entire Democratic Party is a Satanic global pedophile ring that is slowly being unraveled by President Donald Trump.

    Right-wing Trump supporters believe Hollywood is ‘harvesting’ children for a drug that doesn’t exist – Raw Story

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    These people are all over Twitter and scarily enough they're all deadly serious. Also they think nobody should be worried about Covid or BLM or global warming or, well, anything because Dems are kidnapping kids and taking them to Ping Pong Comet Pizza to rape them.

    The only faintly amusing things about it is that they think they being discrete by identifying themselves 'covertly' ('with Q' type stuff in bios), can't conceive that it's possible to be concerned about more than one thing at a time, and also my sneaking suspicion that a couple of TD'ers are probably closet Q'Anons.


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    ^ No doubt.

    Its scary to me that the Republicans are now snuggling up to these clowns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskit View Post
    Its scary to me that the Republicans are now snuggling up to these clowns.
    There's that one women from somewhere (I legitimately forget) who is in league with QAnon and white supremacists who just won her primary race.


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    In your home state nonetheless my little kitty. Sad state of affairs.

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    It’s the shits.

    Even worse is there are more political hopefuls out there who subscribe to QAnon and not just in Georgia.


    Interesting video here.

    What is QAnon? How the conspiracy theory gained traction in 2020 campaign

    What is QAnon? How the conspiracy theory gained traction in 2020 campaign | PBS NewsHour

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    The GOP can’t control QAnon because the party was already becoming a conspiracy cult

    At long last, mainstream reporters are starting to take the QAnon conspiracy cult seriously. With at least one QAnon devotee about to be elected to Congress, millions of online followers and several big stories in major publications, the cult has come into its own. Pushback against it has come too little, too late. Facebook, Twitter and TikTok only recently started deactivating major QAnon promoters and groups, even as those accounts engage in coordinated ban evasion and continue to peddle lies on other platforms.

    I (as others have) use the word “cult” here very intentionally. QAnon is not a political movement centered around an ideology or policy platform: it is a freewheeling grab bag of mostly far-right but also non-partisan conspiracy theories from flat-earthers to believers in lizard people to those who believe that JFK Jr is still alive and coordinating the arrests of a massive global pedophile and Satanic child sacrifice ring. Its adherents demand not allegiance to a specific orthodoxy, but only blind faith in the leader: an anonymous online figure nicknamed “Q” who began posting on 4chan during the early days of the Trump Administration, claiming to be a member of the administration with top “Q” level security clearance (no such clearance actually exists.) Members spend countless hours analyzing specific “drops” from Q, using numerology and other hokey deep reading techniques to parse misspelling in Trump tweets for hidden messages and patterns, fitting them into bizarre and hopelessly complicated “calendars” and “clocks.”

    The key catchphrases of the movement are typical of cultic in-groups with political overtones. “Trust the Plan.” “Patriots Are in Control.” “Where We Go One We Go All.” It provides a built-in community of fellow believers, and a chiliastic all-encompassing spiritual battle against both human and supernatural enemies. As with an adventist cult, Q followers are supposed to be essential team members laying the groundwork for the exposure of the “truth”: a giant global ring of child-eating Satanist pedophiles restricting access to free energy, debt jubilees and world peace. Central to all of this is the figure of Donald Trump, who will supposedly one day bring “the pain”: the mass arrest and summary execution of all the cult’s enemies, ranging from standard right-wing targets like Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama to celebrities like Tom Hanks and Chrissy Teigen. (The fact that President Trump, leader of the Executive Branch of the United States, has supposedly allowed this ring to exist unhampered for nearly four years while an anonymous 8chan user spreads the gospel is dismissed as a minor inconvenience.) All of it is overlaid on existing white supremacist and anti-semitic themes, as the enemy is supposed to be a “globalist” cabal using minorities to overwhelm majority-white Christian nations.

    MORE The GOP can’t control QAnon because the party was already becoming a conspiracy cult – Raw Story

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    The GOP has been responsible for spreading fake stories for years.

    Whitewater, Benghazi they're all fucking fairy stories and once in the hands of these weirdos they grow extra legs.

    So it's hardly surprising that GOP supporters (the mainly poorly educated ones that baldy orange cunto loves so much) will swallow any old bollocks, as that's what they've been getting fed all this time.

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    NSW is a hotspot for anti-vaccination, with about a third of children unvaccinated, compared with a national average of just over 5 per cent.

    May I suggest you join seekingassinsiam on the Brexit thread, your prognostications are about as accurate as his.
    I think you will find that the Australian children vaccination rate is 93%.
    While anti vaxer nutters are not forced to vaccinate their children, the govt has given a little incentive by denying government family payments to anyone who refuses, due to religious grounds, philosophical grounds, "I read it on the internet" or "Because It's my right as an anti vax brainless moron with an I.Q. somewhat below a tapeworm".

    Australian Vaccination Rates Are at an All-Time High After Government Removes Anti-Vaxxers' Benefits

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Cow View Post
    NSW is a hotspot for anti-vaccination, with about a third of children unvaccinated, compared with a national average of just over 5 per cent.

    May I suggest you join seekingassinsiam on the Brexit thread, your prognostications are about as accurate as his.
    I think you will find that the Australian children vaccination rate is 93%.
    While anti vaxer nutters are not forced to vaccinate their children, the govt has given a little incentive by denying government family payments to anyone who refuses, due to religious grounds, philosophical grounds, "I read it on the internet" or "Because It's my right as an anti vax brainless moron with an I.Q. somewhat below a tapeworm".

    Australian Vaccination Rates Are at an All-Time High After Government Removes Anti-Vaxxers' Benefits
    Funny how people are prepared to compromise their cretinous principles for a few quid innit?

    Good move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    The GOP has been responsible for spreading fake stories for years.

    Whitewater, Benghazi they're all fucking fairy stories and once in the hands of these weirdos they grow extra legs.

    So it's hardly surprising that GOP supporters (the mainly poorly educated ones that baldy orange cunto loves so much) will swallow any old bollocks, as that's what they've been getting fed all this time.

    So an American ambassador and his security detail being tortured and killed is a fairytale. Talk about spreading fake news,you may be at the top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPETER65 View Post
    So an American ambassador and his security detail being tortured and killed is a fairytale. Talk about spreading fake news,you may be at the top.
    Awwww let's be facetious and try and pretend the 10 or whatever it was GOP investigations were to find that out - when it was already known.

    And they discovered: Precisely fuck all.

    I'd go back and check your social security's still coming through, then have another lie down, you gullible old twat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    The GOP has been responsible for spreading fake stories for years.

    Whitewater, Benghazi they're all fucking fairy stories and once in the hands of these weirdos they grow extra legs.

    So it's hardly surprising that GOP supporters (the mainly poorly educated ones that baldy orange cunto loves so much) will swallow any old bollocks, as that's what they've been getting fed all this time.

    Just maybe ask the one question, why?
    Marines responding to Benghazi were held up by debate on weapons and uniforms, commander says

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    ^^ snip

    The American Academy of Pediatrics, representing more than 60,000 doctors, praised the decision. "Childhood vaccines are among the greatest medical breakthroughs of the last century," said Dr. Marion Burton, the group's president. "Today's Supreme Court decision protects children by strengthening our national immunization system and ensuring that vaccines will continue to prevent the spread of infectious diseases in this country."


    So you are a conspiracy nutter, deeks?

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