Qanon observatory

it can be difficult to explain what qanon really is, as it is ever evolving at a very fast pace

governments have been hiding information from people, from health to economics, to military research, development and actions,

the western democracies do not serve it’s people but the interests of the few who hold private proverty.

this combination created a number of people unsatisfied with the system, and no platform to voice their concerns,

years pass by and as the discontempt grows, and the government fails to care for its citizens, and with social media, campaigns of disinformation start being developed by different agents trying to undermine the western countries.

qanon was launched in 2012 and started as a way to give a voice and platform, to unite all those who were dissatisfied and had no platform to express themselves.

the followers from the early days and still today, are mostly middle class white males,

in 2020 qanon

covid and Qanon

antifa gains momentum

Over the last few years, the political movement of “antifa” has become the media’s favorite boogeyman. Conspiracy theories abound claiming they’re financially backed by left-wing billionaires to train “super soldiers” with an intent to kill conservatives.

We Spoke to People Facing Hunger During The Pandemic

via Vice News

45% of US families are food insecure because of Covid-19.

Vice put faces to the numbers — and see how they feel their needs are or aren’t being addressed in the political conversation right now.

qanon and the USA

antifa gains momentum

Over the last few years, the political movement of “antifa” has become the media’s favorite boogeyman. Conspiracy theories abound claiming they’re financially backed by left-wing billionaires to train “super soldiers” with an intent to kill conservatives.

On this episode of “Should You Be Afraid,” producer Zeke Spector heads to “anarchist jurisdiction” of Portland, Oregon searching for this elusive group that have allegedly been burning the city down for more than 100 straight days.

We Spoke to People Facing Hunger During The Pandemic

via Vice News

45% of US families are food insecure because of Covid-19.

Vice put faces to the numbers — and see how they feel their needs are or aren’t being addressed in the political conversation right now.

how the USA could lose it’s allies

how much debt is too much debt ?

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