QAnon is a fast-growing cult of far-right extremists who adhere to a bizarre and totally unproven conspiracy theory very much influenced by antisemitism. (We urge you to read the quotation below.) On Aug. 11, QAnon follower Marjorie Taylor Greene won a GOP congressional primary in Georgia; she stands a good chance of winning in the upcoming election.
A central tenet of QAnon is that the conspirators are plotting against President Donald Trump. When asked about QAnon, Trump responded that he didn’t know much about it — but that he has heard they really like him, for which he is appreciative.
Quote: “QAnon purveys the fantasy that a secret Satan-worshiping cabal is taking over the world. Its members kidnap white children, keep them in secret prisons run by pedophiles, slaughter and eat them to gain power from the essence in their blood. The cabal held the American presidency under the Clintons and (former President Barack) Obama, nearly took power again in 2016, and lurks in a ‘Deep State’ financed by Jews, including George Soros — and in Jews who control the media.”
— Gregory Stanton, president of Genocide Watch and an expert on the history of antisemitism,
Sources: Wikipedia, Salon.com
Learn more about QAnon on Wikipedia. >>
Read ” ‘It’s like a parasite’: How a dangerous virtual cult is going global” There is a video as well [3:08]. >>
Read ” ‘In QAnon, Nazism wants a comeback’: Anti-Semitism expert reveals parallels between QAnon and Nazism” >>
Watch “Reformed Neo-Nazi Explains How People Fall Prey to QAnon Online” [9:22] >>
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