QAnon: how the far-right cult took Australians down a ‘rabbit hole’ of extremism | QAnon | The Guardian

A sign featuring a QAnon conspiracy theory slogan is seen during an anti-vaccination rally in Melbourne, Saturday, February 20, 2021.

It existed in Our Prime Minister’s House and he makes no apology for it. This is an edited extract from QAnon and On: A Short and Shocking History of Internet Conspiracy Cults by Van Badham, published by Hardie Grant on Wednesday 17 November.

After the US, Britain and Canada, Australia was the fourth largest producer of QAnon content worldwide

Source: QAnon: how the far-right cult took Australians down a ‘rabbit hole’ of extremism | QAnon | The Guardian

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