QAnon, murder 

This week a father killed his two children one 2 years old the other 10 months old, after kidnapping them from his wife. He killed them because he believed they had 'serpent DNA' and would grow into monsters.

This is not the only case of QAnons believing that family members are lizard people and believing that they need to kill them.

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@Cyborgneticz Fucked up. I wonder if he was driven to this level of insanity by people deliberately or if it was just there and they noticed and took him further.

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@marcjones A lot of people who follow the movement talk openly about avoiding medication and psychiatrists as well as being former addicts - so it really just wraps up a lot of vulnerable people.

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@Cyborgneticz Sadly, Q making some minor headway in Japan, too. Mainly seen on anti-mask/right-wing marches and assemblies.

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@marcjones Seen that. It's been there for a good minute, fomenting online mostly like how it begins most places. It's worrisome how global it's become especially since it's mostly about establishing fascism.

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@Cyborgneticz If that happens, I don't know what I will do. I know what I won't do.

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@marcjones There are so many things to not do, it's an impressive list.

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@Cyborgneticz One might say there is only one language that fascists understand.

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@marcjones One could almost certainly say that.

Very important that we pay attention to their memes tbh. They make memes that are vague enough to usually be fine for a month or so until plenty of reports happen.

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@Cyborgneticz I am hopeful that the younger generations are more sensible, but those of millenials and older here have a sizeable section that are very much jingoism and law and order and if it isn't just fucked. :/
Hopefully things improve. I have to stay hopeful.

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