How People Got Addicted To Conspiracy Material - Their Own Stories
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: August 25, 2021 09:48PM

Believing in conspiracy theories nearly sent me insane and almost ruined my life. I'm so glad I was able to rationalise before I got in too deeep

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Recruitment into conspiracy material via relationships
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: August 27, 2021 03:22AM

"Smith’s then-boyfriend introduced her to QAnon. It was all he could talk about, she said. At first she was skeptical,...

Soon, Smith was spending more time on fringe websites and on social media, reading and posting about the conspiracy theory. She said she fell for QAnon content that presented no evidence, no counter arguments, and yet was all too convincing."

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Checked by reality, some QAnon supporters seek a way out: 'I just couldn't do it anymore".

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Shock and disorientation led this man to Infowars
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: August 27, 2021 03:29AM

He went down the QAnon Rabbit Hole for almost two years. Here's how he got out.

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Re: How People Got Addicted To Conspiracy Material - Their Own Stories
Posted by: bakerharley ()
Date: September 21, 2021 04:02PM

Conspiracy theories help people think they're on an exclusive path to learning the "truth " . They give the false perception that believing in them will make you look like a genious once the truth is revealed to everybody on the outside.

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