Red_Army wrote:The liberal Russiagate conspiracy is also pretty dumb and essentially the center-left version of QAnon.
Wandering the information superhighway, he came upon the last refuge of civilization, PoFo, the only forum on the internet ...
From print media to cable television, the alt-right are nibbling at the commercial hegemon of conservative media from the corners and enjoying some success, if not just mere amusement. Unlike broke and scattered leftist media which famously can’t sell toffee, the right-wing press is a billion-dollar industry that hypnotises hundreds of millions of eyes. If hard-right nationalists are able to get themselves a slice of the pie it would be more than just a leg up for a community that have thrived on Japanese imageboards until now: it could promulgate a nationalist phenomenon with serious political power, beyond the most far-fetched dreams of its founders who largely remain living at their mother’s houses.
Hong Wu wrote:Conservatives as conspiracy theorists was a narrative that was popular several years ago when the MSM still had some sway. Today it's not only tenuous but by deplatforming everyone who is a little loony as much as possible (Alex Jones etc.) it actually further weakens the conspiracy theorist narrative by making those people look less mainstream. Just more of the left not being able to think ahead when virtue signaling...
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