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QAnon: Desperate Waiting for the Kennedy Resurrection

QAnon believes in the return of John F. Kennedy Jr. But waiting for his return is in vain.

Dallas – High-ranking representatives from the state and business are planning a coup and want to turn the USA into a dictatorship. In addition, Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are part of an international child trafficking ring and Donald Trump is the only true savior who can protect us from the day of reckoning.

These are just a few of the confused myths floating around in the minds of QAnon followers. The movement has existed for around four years and claims to have access to a lot of secret information, for example about the 9/11 attacks or the death of Lady Diana. QAnon also wants to know more about John F. Kennedy and his son than the rest of the world.

QAnon waits in vain for the late JFK Jr.

As the newspaper Dallas Morning News reports, hundreds of supporters of the conspiracy movement QAnon gathered in the Texas capital last Tuesday (November 2, 2021) and waited in vain for the return of the late JFK Jr. The people had met at Dealey Plaza, where the father of JKF Jr., then President John F. Kennedy, was murdered on November 22, 1963.

QAnon members assumed that JFK Jr. would show up at 12:29 p.m. Upon his return, he would have led Donald Trump back into the White House. John F. Kennedy Jr. died on July 16, 1999 in a plane crash with his wife and their sister. However, some believe that Kennedy Jr. is still alive and is the anonymous leader of the QAnon movement. A photo published in the Dallas Morning News showed a woman holding a flag that read “Trump – JFK Jr.”

QAnon: A right-wing extremist and dangerous movement

At the center of the QAnon ideology is Donald Trump as a fighter against a criminal and satanist organization of pedophiles, consisting of democrats, the rich, the beautiful and Hollywood stars. The starting point for the movement was an Internet post from 2017 that dealt with political conspiracies and brutal rites. One of QAnon’s most famous theories relates to the trafficking of children’s blood, known as “adrenochrome”.

Many of the core ideas of the conspiracy movement are anti-Semitic and right-wing extremists. QAnon does not shy away from violence either: According to media reports, numerous QAnon believers were also involved in the attack on the US Capitol on January 6th. Since then, experts have also been warning of the radical action taken by Trump fans: QAnon is increasingly mixing up with profitable militias – and they have a common enemy: the liberals in the USA. (aa)

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