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Conspiracy theorists are more likely to be criminals and to approve of other forms of anti-social behaviour

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Well this all fits the agenda. people who don't adhere to the MSM narritive are "criminals and thugs".

I've noticed recently that the BBC keep pushing the narrative of "right wing extremism/terrorism" being a massive threat to the country. So im thinking the bbc are laying the ground bait with this and the rest of the MSM will start pushing this in the coming months. This is a bit concerning given that people who voted for Brexit and Tory MPs in particular often get labelled as "Far right or right wing extremists" regardless of any other views they may have.

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So all the politicians and newsreaders who believe that Russians have conspired to influence western elections and that the Taliban conspired to commit 9/11 are criminals? I fckn knew it. The country's run by a bunch of conspiracy theory crooks!

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What a massive load of horse sh*t. Yeah, sure, the average persons distrust of the government has nothing to do at all with politicians for decades lieing to the people and telling them things will get better when most of the time they just get worse. The general distrust and increase of "anomie" has nothing at all to do with the corruption rampant by those at the top. It has nothing to do with people getting poorer and seeing communities and services dismantled before their eyes. Yeah there is clearly no connection between any of that any people forming feelings of general distrust towards the government and turning to petty crime. its clearly all because someone once read a story about Liz ordering the death of Diana 🙄

#sarcasm - if it wasn't clear.

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People who are disillusioned are more likely to commit crime.

People who are content/asleep don't commit crime. 

What is the point besides stating the obvious.

Is the point to support the case for a minority report criminal system? People jailed for thought crime? The left would love that. 

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1 hour ago, KDave said:

People who are disillusioned are more likely to commit crime.

People who are content/asleep don't commit crime. 

What is the point besides stating the obvious.

Is the point to support the case for a minority report criminal system? People jailed for thought crime? The left would love that. 

Yes, be a sheep or branded a criminal. 

I had an interesting conversation the other day with someone very involved in AI:

Algorithms are there to narrow down and define autonomously your political opinion based on online comments.

Tec is there to judge on your behavioural patterns (body language, mimic, movements) to decide who will commit a crime in the next minutes.

Tec is also out to combat such a threat (autonomous killing drones). These work in swarms, are cheap to produce and will successfully identify and eliminate the threat even in large groups of people.

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"Conspiracy theorists are more likely to be criminals and to approve of other forms of anti-social behaviour"

If "crime + antisocial behaviour" are redefined to include what used to be the normal behaviour of ordinary working folk,

then yes.

I only know one "conspiracy theorist", a completely law-abiding bus driver.

None of the crims I know of are "conspiracy theorists".

Odd eh?

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On 28/02/2019 at 09:16, savoyard said:

Hi, I've just found this on a notoriously Socialist, pro-Marxist, anti-patriotic rag:

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-6752437/Conspiracy-theorists-likely-engage-petty-crime.html

 

 

The daily mail is socialist and pro Marxist ? Since when ? 

It's generally accepted as being the most right wing paper in the UK .

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On 06/03/2019 at 06:47, daz said:

The daily mail is socialist and pro Marxist ? Since when ? 

It's generally accepted as being the most right wing paper in the UK .

Yes.

But right of hard-left is kinda central.

It's like everyone even remotely normal is described nowadays as far-right by the oddbods on the telly.

(Understand my personal view is that the terms left and right have no meaning now)

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23 minutes ago, DRooster said:

Yes.

But right of hard-left is kinda central.

It's like everyone even remotely normal is described nowadays as far-right by the oddbods on the telly.

(Understand my personal view is that the terms left and right have no meaning now)

The daily mail comes no where near Central , it's the most bigotted steaming pile of fear mongering shete you can buy outside of a edl rally.

I don't know if the op was being sarcastic but no one  that wasn't wearing a ss uniform has ever thought of the daily mail as being socialist and Marxist.

They used to employ Katie Hopkins as a columnist ffs 

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