Separation between Church QAnon Oligarch Zuckerberg and State

CyberPlayGround NetHappenings©1989Oligarch  Zuckerberg helps all the QAnon private groups spread their evangelical idiocy.

WHERE is Congress?

We Demand Separation between the Church QAnon Oligarch Zuckerberg and State.

Without Infowars Zuckerberg is the only $$$$$ game in town where they get to promote birtherism  Obama-era conspiracies promoted by Trump and Roger Stone — a longtime far-right propagandist — both curiously moving on to promote Q in the Trump-era.

QAnon Is Meant to Spread Fascist Mythology and Distract From U.S. Failures

Twitter executives announced that the social media platform would suspend 7,000 accounts pushing the QAnon (Q) conspiracy. Since 2017, Q-related conspiracy posts have been linked to inspiring white supremacist attacks and domestic terrorism. Q’s posts were initially found on the internet’s back pages of 4chan and then moved to 8chan and 8kun.

Oligarch Zuckerberg allows QAnon private groups spread their evangelical idiocy to other Idiots, making Big $$$$$ advertising dollars. He supports Trump cause no regulation is good for  his wallet and Wall Street.


The QAnon Evangelical Base is composed of over THREE million “Christians” that believe in all the Russian propaganda read on WikiLeaks used in the last campaign regarding all things pizza gate. They think Jesus will only come back if it is the end of the world called “The Storm”.

QAnon a potential domestic terror threat

QANON BELIEVERS want to help Trump burn it all down for Jesus.


QAnon believer Marjorie Taylor Greene won a Republican primary run-off in Georgia’s 14th Congressional District on Tuesday.

Because Greene’s district is heavily Republican, her primary win all but guarantees that a QAnon supporter will take a spot in Congress in November.


ASK GREEN is she believes believes drinking bleach cures COVID-19.


QAnon believers embrace a theory of the world that imagines Trump is engaged in a secret war against a pedophile-cannibal “cabal” in the Democratic Party, Hollywood, and other institutions.

The FBI considers QAnon a potential domestic terror threat, and QAnon believers have allegedly committed two murders, a terrorist incident, and plotted two child abductions, among other crimes.

Yahoo News has published a 15-page internal memo from the FBI declaring conspiracy theories a domestic terrorism threat. “The term ‘white supremacist,’ ‘white nationalist’ is not included in the FBI statement, but that is who they are. WACO TEXAS BOMBING

The FBI’s assistant director of the counterterrorism division, the bureau now “classifies domestic terrorism threats into four main categories: racially motivated violent extremism, anti-government/anti-authority extremism, animal rights/environmental extremism, and abortion extremism,” a term the bureau uses to classify both pro-choice and anti-abortion extremists. The new focus on conspiracy theorists appears to fall under the broader category of anti-government extremism.

The Waco siege was the law enforcement siege of the compound that belonged to the religious sect Branch Davidians. It was carried out by American federal, Texas state law enforcement, and the U.S. military, between February 28 and April 19, 1993. The Branch Davidians were led by David Koresh and were headquartered at Mount Carmel Center ranch.

Trump congratulates QAnon supporter Marjorie Taylor Greene on Georgia win

Facebook removes one of largest QAnon conspiracy groups after false posts
Official Q/Qanon and with nearly 200,000 members, had been deleted after multiple individual postings were removed for crossing the lines on bullying and harassment, hate speech, and false information that could lead to harm, a Facebook spokeswoman said.

Oregon GOP Senate Candidate Recites QAnon ‘Oath of Office’ on Video

The oath she recites is part of a QAnon-related meme, called “Take the Oath,” which went viral after a QAnon post to 8Kun on June 24, which read “Take the oath. Mission forward,” in reply to another user who had posted the oath of office U.S. senators and other politicians take as they are sworn in:

Internet Culture Wars #QAnon #TakeTheOath “digital soldiers” for Orange Hitler

Could the QAnon conspiracy theory lead to the next Oklahoma City Bombing?

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