The Upper Class Swamp has been labeling any conjecture they don’t like as QAnon, which buries it all as dangerous conspiracy theorizing.
This weekend the countercry “BlueAnon” took off on Twitter and in the Urban Dictionary — mocking the conspiracy theories of the left.
“Blue-anon” is a new term invented to describe Democrats’ nutty conspiracy theories.
You might suffer from BlueAnon if you think the CPAC stage was really a NAZI insignia signal, put there as a secret code; or you think the Capitol Hill rioters were really trying to overturn the most powerful government in the world without any guns at all, and of course, if you think all climate skeptics are secretly paid by Big Oil.
BlueAnon was registered on the UrbanDictionary:
The Upper Class keep telling us what they are afraid of:
Ed Driscoll on Instapundit noticed the BlueAnon trend yesterday and enthusiastically wrote: “OMG-LOL! Receipt-filled thread mocking #BlueAnon for each and every crazy conspiracy theory on the Left is an epic must-read.”
But the Deplorables must absolutely not be able to laugh at crazy Upper Class ideas, so the Thought Police went to work. Within an hour the twitchy.com link and the “epic” jokefest became a 404 error, and the entire Google search was cleansed. The Urban Dictionary banned the definition.
Then Google totally banned it. You can find some mentions on DDG, but not on Google.
I have never even heard of a word being banned from Urban Dictionary before the banned Blue Anon.
But others couldn’t help but note another hypocritical case of Republicans being picked on. “Look at what Urban Dictionary allows while censoring Blue Anon,” conservative writer Deb Heine said. She attached screenshots of several anti-conservative terms, including “Republic*nt.”
Next, the upper class will redefine Blue QAnon to mean something harmless to them or which serves their propaganda purposes, like they did to “alt-right” or even “QAnon” itself.
Many Republicans’ theories that are a little bit “out there” have been lumped together under QAnon.
Meanwhile, Blue-Anon is fun:
If you believe:
-DC is under military occupation because there are non-stop threats from Trump supporters.
-Joe Biden is the most popular American President of all time.
-Russia, Russia, Russia
You might be #BlueAnon
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) March 7, 2021
You might be a #BlueAnon if you think Big Tech is impartial and Free Speech is secure.
— Brigitte Gabriel (@ACTBrigitte) March 7, 2021
You might be a #BlueAnon if you think Justice Brett Kavanaugh is a gang rapist and President Donald Trump is a Russian asset.
— Nick Adams (@NickAdamsinUSA) March 7, 2021
QAnoners tend to say things that are wildly implausible.
Russiagaters tend to say things that are unsubstantiated & highly improbable.
So, yeah: "they're not the same."
But the respectability gap between hardcore Russiagaters & QAnoners is a LOT wider than their sanity gap.
— Alice from the commune 🌿 (@AliceFromQueens) August 16, 2020
So it’s not just a respectability gap between Qanon and #BlueAnon.
It’s that representatives of the latter are literally in positions of ultimate social and cultural power, and as per Voltaire, do not intend to allow themselves to be criticized.