They claim to follow "Q", but they need to get a clue. -- Fighting Fit
[AN: Well, if I wasn't on their hit list before...]
"The point was never believing all the conspiracy theories at once. The point was never in making them all into one mega-conspiracy. The point was not even in gaining proof," said the lecturer. "The point was to sound like they knew more than everyone else, and therefore get angry about the imagined injustices they were allegedly suffering."
The large screen showed an angry Human holding a piece of cardboard that bore the words, Q sent me in three colours. Red, white, and blue.
"These were universally people from the 'middle class' of their era. They believed the narrative told to them as children, and they became angry that their story was not aligning with that narrative. Rather than being angry at the organisations that told them these lies, they imagined a foe that prevented their personal narrative from coming true."
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