QANON is surging across Europe as the US conspiracy theory finds new ground to flourish in nations such as Britain, Germany and France, experts have warned. The dangerous belief is being adapted by far right groups who are mixing it with other warped theories – such as about BBC paedophile Jimmy Savile in the UK and the efforts to restore the Nazi Reich in Germany. QAnon adherents use its symbolism to push their own agendas as part of what experts have warned is a wider problem of disinformation and conspiracy theories worldwide. European security services have been urged to take the potential threat of QAnon seriously amid ongoing efforts to purge the content from Twitter and Facebook. Experts told The Sun Online rising far right agendas across the continent, the pandemic, lockdowns, and growing nationalism are all helping the fuel the rise of the cult-like phenomenon. A recent report by Get The Trolls Out! (GTTO!) found Germany, Britain, the Netherlands, France, Italy and Spain are all becoming hotspots for QAnon – based on analysis of hashtags on Twitter. And fake news monitoring group NewsGuard provided The Sun Online with a slew of online activity which shows how Q is thriving… Read full this story
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