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Flatpointhigh wrote:
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DejaMoo wrote:
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We flew to D.C. to attend The QAnon Rally undercover for this @QanonAnonymous episode.
I assumed Q followers would tone down their wildest theories irl.
After an attendee told me that McDonald's hamburgers contained human meat, I realized I was mistaken.
I thought that was DQ
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Mesa College Fires Professor Who Promoted QAnon Conspiracy Theory
Mesa Community College has fired an English professor who promoted the QAnon conspiracy theory during class hours, a spokesperson confirmed.

Douglas Belmore stopped teaching at Mesa Community college in August after Phoenix New Times reported that he showed his students a 14-minute-long video about QAnon, a conspiracy theory whose adherents believe that a cabal of satanic, cannibalistic pedophiles runs the world.
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New Times spoke with four students in August who said Belmore spent a significant portion of their classes talking about QAnon and its relation to the mainstream media, pornography, and human trafficking. One student described Belmore's teaching style as "just babbling, basically." Another student said Belmore's class was "chill" because he "goes over quizzes," but also "weird" because "you have politics being spouted at you for an hour instead of being taught actual English stuff."

When New Times approached Belmore in his classroom after the end of a period, he answered every question with a question of his own. "Who is Q?"
Belmore was an adjunct, so no tenure. An earlier story said he had received a 1.7 out of 5 rating from previous students who complained about him using his class time to rant about conspiracy theories, religion, and human trafficking. Also, the college has a policy that prohibits faculty from engaging in "political activities during regularly assigned work hours", which made it easy for the college to find grounds for dismissal.
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DejaMoo wrote:
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Mesa College Fires Professor Who Promoted QAnon Conspiracy Theory
Mesa Community College has fired an English professor who promoted the QAnon conspiracy theory during class hours, a spokesperson confirmed.

Douglas Belmore stopped teaching at Mesa Community college in August after Phoenix New Times reported that he showed his students a 14-minute-long video about QAnon, a conspiracy theory whose adherents believe that a cabal of satanic, cannibalistic pedophiles runs the world.
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New Times spoke with four students in August who said Belmore spent a significant portion of their classes talking about QAnon and its relation to the mainstream media, pornography, and human trafficking. One student described Belmore's teaching style as "just babbling, basically." Another student said Belmore's class was "chill" because he "goes over quizzes," but also "weird" because "you have politics being spouted at you for an hour instead of being taught actual English stuff."

When New Times approached Belmore in his classroom after the end of a period, he answered every question with a question of his own. "Who is Q?"
Belmore was an adjunct, so no tenure. An earlier story said he had received a 1.7 out of 5 rating from previous students who complained about him using his class time to rant about conspiracy theories, religion, and human trafficking. Also, the college has a policy that prohibits faculty from engaging in "political activities during regularly assigned work hours", which made it easy for the college to find grounds for dismissal.
ETA: his Twitter feed, where he and his fellow Qidiots indulge their martyr complexes:

https://twitter.com/BelmoreDouglas
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Fast Times At Mesa Community College
"His lectures are 20% actually learning English, 80% conspiracy theories and rants about his right-leaning views," wrote one reviewer. "However, his class is pretty easy. He goes over quizzes in class and gives the answers, and he has only five essays that he lets you write about whatever topic and is an easy grader."
"He's, like, super chill, dude."

Belmore's YouTube channel is where it's chock-full-o-nuts, tho. You don't have to look to far to find, among his subscriptions, the RT videos, the thinly veiled fascism, the xenophobia, and the homo- and transphobia. Because sure as shit, that's there. So far, I think my favorites are "Queen Elizabeth being initiated as a Druid witch" (which would cool if true!) and "New World Order Christmas catalogues" (wherein a stack of clothing catalogs are examined and every model is identified as trans.) :dazed: :yankyank:
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Fast Times At Mesa Community College
"His lectures are 20% actually learning English, 80% conspiracy theories and rants about his right-leaning views," wrote one reviewer. "However, his class is pretty easy. He goes over quizzes in class and gives the answers, and he has only five essays that he lets you write about whatever topic and is an easy grader."
"He's, like, super chill, dude."

Belmore's YouTube channel is where it's chock-full-o-nuts, tho. You don't have to look to far to find, among his subscriptions, the RT videos, the thinly veiled fascism, the xenophobia, and the homo- and transphobia. Because sure as shit, that's there. So far, I think my favorites are "Queen Elizabeth being initiated as a Druid witch" (which would cool if true!) and "New World Order Christmas catalogues" (wherein a stack of clothing catalogs are examined and every model is identified as trans.) :dazed: :yankyank:
He's trans-curious?

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He's trans-curious?
I mean, who knows? More to the point, I think, is that *New World Order Christmas catalogues* is one of a genre of videos favored by QAnoners (and some others on the right) which purport to "reveal" the vast numbers of famous movie stars or models or whoever who are trans without anyone's knowledge. Now there are all sorts of things wrong with that idea—some more obvious than others—but I think a key insight here is how such a story leverages the fear of replacement. And, that fear I'd argue, the fear that you or someone you know or the people you see on the street or in the media might be replaced without even your knowledge is a common denominator of the varieties of reactionary ideologies at the moment. It's a science fiction fear*—it's Invasion Of The Body Snatchers or They Live—but it's a resonant one and it can easily accomodate any out-group a speaker wishes to include. So it's your women—being replaced; your children—being replaced; your white friends and neighbors—being replaced. It's all of a piece and looked at this way, the QAnoners aren't even that distinguishable from Trump Republicans, they're just appealing to the same fears in much more vivid ways.

*I imagine Mark Fisher might've had something to say about the way the fear of being replaced by the capitalist institutions that seek to turn us into money-grabbing automatons gets turned back into a fear of those vulnerable populations themselves.
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Who knew that Darren "Tranny Hunter" Huff was ahead of his time. :shock:
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Paragraph— on the intersection of media and psychological fears and the manner by which those are used to leverage right-wing politics

Response— HUH HUH SOMEONE ONCE SAID TRANNY

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Right, becasue if I was arrested with a porn DVD and a dildo you lot wouldn't be laughing your heads off. :daydream:

It was an amusing anecdote based on the stories of the Fogbow. Kindly go complain to the makers and distributors of the DVD if you want to get all self rightous. http://www.adultfilmdatabase.com/video/ ... ny-hunter/
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Suranis wrote:
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Right, becasue if I was arrested with a porn DVD and a dildo you lot wouldn't be laughing your heads off. :daydream:
I should think it unfortunate that your evening was spoiled!

Nah, I'm not being self-righteous because you felt it necessary to drop a gratuitous slur and a porn link into an unrelated exchange. It's just awkward to watch someone so convinced that their ignorance is hilarious.
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So Pizzagate Troll Jack Posobiac is now a reporter on OAN News "Your source for credible news", with a straight face he talks to the 8 Chan owner about QAnon. Last year, Jack said QAnon was a fake and he knew the guy that made it up. Apparently, since 8 Chan was taken down, there have been no new Q posts according to these guys, leading them to believe Q was just an 8 Chan troll. Is it true Q has had no new posts?








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Orlylicious wrote:
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So Pizzagate Troll Jack Posobiac is now a reporter on OAN News "Your source for credible news", with a straight face he talks to the 8 Chan owner about QAnon. Last year, Jack said QAnon was a fake and he knew the guy that made it up. Apparently, since 8 Chan was taken down, there have been no new Q posts according to these guys, leading them to believe Q was just an 8 Chan troll. Is it true Q has had no new posts?


:snippity:
Yep. Q told the flock that there would be no "outside comms" so, with 8chan gone...

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voxpopuluxe wrote:
Wed Sep 18, 2019 3:31 pm
Ba ba ba. Ba ba...
Oh, just fuck off.
Flatpointhigh wrote:
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Yep. Q told the flock that there would be no "outside comms" so, with 8chan gone...
Oh, is 8chan gone? I somehow missed that bit of news.

I wouldnt be surprised if that starts off a Q civil war with 15 guys all claiming to be the real Q with everyone dueling different crumbs. There was already a lot of baby Qs on 8chan all straining for their piece of that delicious pie. Is there a 4 board on 4chan or were they driven off that hive of scum and villany?

And where does the Qsters go? With 8chan they had a place to congregate. Reddit? Didnt they ban them too?
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Suranis wrote:
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voxpopuluxe wrote:
Wed Sep 18, 2019 3:31 pm
Ba ba ba. Ba ba...
Oh, just fuck off.
Flatpointhigh wrote:
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Yep. Q told the flock that there would be no "outside comms" so, with 8chan gone...
Oh, is 8chan gone? I somehow missed that bit of news.

I wouldnt be surprised if that starts off a Q civil war with 15 guys all claiming to be the real Q with everyone dueling different crumbs. There was already a lot of baby Qs on 8chan all straining for their piece of that delicious pie. Is there a 4 board on 4chan or were they driven off that hive of scum and villany?

And where does the Qsters go? With 8chan they had a place to congregate. Reddit? Didnt they ban them too?
they be on telegram, but no droppings from Q.
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Suranis wrote:
Wed Sep 18, 2019 8:29 pm
voxpopuluxe wrote:
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Ba ba ba. Ba ba...
Oh, just fuck off.
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voxpopuluxe wrote:
Wed Sep 18, 2019 1:26 pm
Flatpointhigh wrote:
Wed Sep 18, 2019 11:20 am
He's trans-curious?
I mean, who knows? More to the point, I think, is that *New World Order Christmas catalogues* is one of a genre of videos favored by QAnoners (and some others on the right) which purport to "reveal" the vast numbers of famous movie stars or models or whoever who are trans without anyone's knowledge. Now there are all sorts of things wrong with that idea—some more obvious than others—but I think a key insight here is how such a story leverages the fear of replacement. And, that fear I'd argue, the fear that you or someone you know or the people you see on the street or in the media might be replaced without even your knowledge is a common denominator of the varieties of reactionary ideologies at the moment. It's a science fiction fear*—it's Invasion Of The Body Snatchers or They Live—but it's a resonant one and it can easily accomodate any out-group a speaker wishes to include. So it's your women—being replaced; your children—being replaced; your white friends and neighbors—being replaced. It's all of a piece and looked at this way, the QAnoners aren't even that distinguishable from Trump Republicans, they're just appealing to the same fears in much more vivid ways.

*I imagine Mark Fisher might've had something to say about the way the fear of being replaced by the capitalist institutions that seek to turn us into money-grabbing automatons gets turned back into a fear of those vulnerable populations themselves.

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Ok. serious answer this time.

In my view, The Body snatchers movie came from anieties based on the Cold war, that Communism was about the suppression of the individual, that we would all become a cog in an uncaring political philosophy that regarded the individual as a nothing. Thats why the Aliens were depicted as cold an unemotional, the face on non individualistic communism. My German Ex laughed at star trek's Borg, saying that it was typical american fears "We are all going to lose our individuality!"

Star Trek Borgs used to say "You will be assimilated!" "Assimilation" does not mean bieng transformed into one of them. It actually means to be broken up into your components and absorbed. In other words, what they were actually saying was "You will be digested!" SImilarly, Zombie movies are all about the Suburban fear of the poor hoards spilling out from the inner city and devouring them.

In the case of the Qists and the other sov cit and republican types, its less about the fear of bieng devoured, but the need to make their enemies other than human. The Pre-Qs all accused everybody of bieng rapists, then Pedos. But then Pedos didn't have the shock value anymore, so they had to be VAMPIRE PEDOS!!!! Simplarly, they accused Obama of bieng an Extraterrrestrial Lizard but that lead nowhere, and was stupid. So they accused him and others of really bieng Gay and on "the down low." Even the birther thing was about removing his very human existance, and therefore the threeat he represented. But like accusing them of bieng Pedos, that lost its shock value. So the next step in dehuminisation is calling them Trannys. Its just the nextg lojical step up from calling them Gay. We had the same in another thread where someone thought that Jonathan Frakes was Gay. "Vampire Pedos," and "Trannys" serves the same need, to reduce the enemy to a non human thing that you are nothing like.

"Leftists" are another example of a word to dehuminse someone into a target.

"The left" is guilty of the same thing to a lesser degree. Mitch McConnel is a human bieng, not a Turtle. Donald Trump is just a fairly average example of a human. Calling such evil humans "human" leaves you open to the worst fear of all - not that you are going to be transformed or eaten, but that YOU are like THEM.
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See also: Rod Serling's evergreen Twilight Zone episode "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street."
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Turtles are good people.

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Suranis wrote:
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In the case of the Qists and the other sov cit and republican types, its less about the fear of bieng devoured, but the need to make their enemies other than human.
It's true that dehumanization is an essential element of a strategy of othering, but I'll note that my claim was about a specific way right-wing propaganda operates and about the fears that it tries to leverage. One specific fear that seems common across reactionary ideologies is the fear of replacement and as often as not it isn't even subtext. Transphobes routinely accuse trans people of trying to replace "real" people; Nazis routinely chant "You/Jews will not replace us!"; xenophobes routinely frame immigrants as "replacements." Renaud Camus's Le Grand Remplacement is a key text for the far (and not so far) right. So when I say that the fear of replacement is a common characteristic of reactionary ideologies, I think that's a claim which is fairly well established. What's notable, I think, is how QAnon narratives function to kick that fear up a few notches into "body snatcher" levels of paranoia. Now, anyone might be a replacement—we can see this in the fixation on JFK jr and on QEII. The narratives of replacement are what help make dehumanization possible and QAnon is propaganda which operates to license the dehumanization of anyone.

(It might be noted here, too, how the right-wing's contempt for universities and higher education often appears to surround a fear that students will be "turned into" something ...)
"The left" is guilty of the same thing to a lesser degree. Mitch McConnel is a human bieng, not a Turtle. Donald Trump is just a fairly average example of a human. ...
While I tend to find the practice of calling your opponents by cutsie insulting names kind of dumb—it seems characteristic of political activism at its most impotent, imo—I fail to see the equivalence between ideologies which literally seek to erase the existence of entire groups and someone who calls McConnell "The Turtle." I'm pretty sure that most of the people who do this aren't actually trying to persuade us that he's a diapsid of the Order Testudines in anticipation of choking him with plastic garbage.

(Me, OTOH, I wish Mitch McConnell would choke on plastic garbage, but I don't need to call him "The Turtle" to wish it.)

And while it's true in the most banal sense that Donald Trump is a fairly average example of a human, he's also the most powerful man on the planet, so outside a banal statement of fact, it isn't obvious to me what that statement even means.
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Donald Trump is in no way average (except perhaps for IQ). He is aberrant in almost every aspect.
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voxpopuluxe wrote:
Thu Sep 19, 2019 10:11 am
Transphobes routinely accuse trans people of trying to replace "real" people;
I've been following these idiots for years, and I've never ONCE heard anyone say anything like that, ever. NOR have I ever heard of that book. Thats like Hannity screaming about Saul Alinsky and "Rules for Radicals," and accusing the left of all using a book that few of them had even heard of, and none of them were using as a playbook.

Sorry, I'm calling bullshit. The Sousken books and the John Birch Society have had a far greater influence over the American Right than some idiocy about Trans replacing people. The fact that YOU are obsessed with Trans people for whatever reason does not mean that the majority of the right gives a shit. Jews, yes. Trans people, no. Maybe you can pull posts on 8chan that said shit like that, but people said a LOT of shit on 8chan to troll one another. Hell, I've never even seen Incels say it.

Maximum BS, dude. Sorry.
And while it's true in the most banal sense that Donald Trump is a fairly average example of a human, he's also the most powerful man on the planet, so outside a banal statement of fact, it isn't obvious to me what that statement even means.
He's a fat, bald, low IQ {oh dear I cant use that word becasue apperently that means I hate women ok fine lets call him an Elbow, that good enough for you?]. If he handn't been born with a silver spoon in his mouth he would be struggling to hold down a job pumping gas. He's an average slob who cant drag himself away from the TV. He's Homer Simpson. He's Biff Tanner without Gray's Sports Almanac. He's Chris Clavin from Cheers. He's that guy at the bar who wont shut up till he gets pushed off his stool.

In short, He's an ordinary dumnass. You probably see people exactly like Trump every single day without running like hell. Evil is bland and ordinary.

My father was like Trump.

I'm not saying he's not an evil fucker. But he's human, and human biengs can and are evil fuckers without having horns growing from their heads. He's a [Elbow] that got the oppritunity to make it rich, fucked it up and then engaged in a lifelong battle to cover up his fuckups, and he fucked up into the whitehouse becasue he's an ordinary dumnass and everyone looked at him and said "yep, we can control this fucker."

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See also: Rod Serling's evergreen Twilight Zone episode "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street."
The tools of conquest do not necessarily come with bombs and explosions and fallout. There are weapons that are simply thoughts, attitudes, prejudices...to be found only in the minds of men. For the record, prejudices can kill...and suspicion can destroy...and a thoughtless, frightened search for a scapegoat has a fallout all of its own – for the children and the children yet unborn. And the pity of it is that these things cannot be confined to the Twilight Zone.
But a small quibble, Suranis: Mitch McConnell does look like a turtle. I will die on that hill. ;)
Smaller quibble, Mitch McConnell looks much more like a tortoise than a turtle.

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