The war against Conspiracy Theorists has taken a ridiculous turn, after a new study concluded that people who believe in conspiracy theories are more likely to be involved in low-level crime.
Days after the Orwellian Australian government denied the world’s first conspiracy theorist, David Icke, entry on the grounds that he was a conspiracy theorist, (who believed in the existence of reptilian aliens); psychologists at the universities of Kent and Staffordshire said people exposed to conspiracy theories are more likely to engage in everyday crime in the future.
In a first study, the findings indicated that people who subscribed to them were more accepting of everyday crime, such as trying to claim for replacement items, refunds or compensation from a shop when they were not entitled to.
A second study concluded that exposure to conspiracy theories made people more likely to intend to engage in everyday crime in the future.
Any self respecting Conspiracy Theorists would be laughing their tin hats off, accused of committing such low level crime such as “claiming for replacement items, refunds or compensation from a shop when they were not entitled to.”
“Claiming for replacement items, refunds or compensation from a shop when they were not entitled to.”
Dr Dan Jolley, of Staffordshire University said, “People believing in conspiracy theories are more likely to be accepting of everyday crime, while exposure to theories increases a feeling of anomie, which in turn predicts increased future everyday crime intentions.”
As opposed as people who don’t believe in conspiracy theorists, such as Roman Catholic priests for example, who commit child-abuse and rape nuns on an industrial scale, who don’t get a mention.
When will the universities of Kent and Staffordshire compare the level of crime committed by conspiracy theorists, against the rest of the population, who don’t?
Publishing their findings in the British Journal of Social Psychology, Professor Karen Douglas, of Kent’s School of Psychology said, “Our research has shown for the first time the role that conspiracy theories can play in determining an individual’s attitude to everyday crime. It demonstrates that people subscribing to the view that others have conspired might be more inclined toward unethical actions.”
Australia has been the first country in the world to demonstrate their Orwellian policies and deny their population of 25 million the truth about the existence of aliens.
Feared across the world by the Illuminati leaders, straight talking David Icke, was refused his visa and entry to Australia, with only 4 hours before his plane took off.
Cancelling the plans of thousands of concert goers, the Australian government cited ‘Antisemitism’ as a deciding factor, (plus the fact he believes in alien races), in their decision to ban him from speaking.
Having been to Australia on speaking tours for the last 9 years, without incident or complaint, David Icke has been left bewildered, angry and disappointed, that the thousands of Australians who brought tickets to see him across 10 hour shows, over the weekend; have been denied the truth of the world in which they live.
ANTISEMITISM IS A LABOUR FALSE FLAG EVENT AGAINST CORBYN’S LEADERSHIP AND ICKE IS GETTING BLAMED FOR IT.
ANTISEMITISM IS A LABOUR FALSE FLAG EVENT
A Labour member asks, “I wish someone would explain the antisemitism, it is always said about, but no details are ever given. Who is saying what etc”
Another Labour member answers, “They will not give details because they are well aware that it’s prevalence is low and is being dealt with effectively. They are simply weaponising the subject, which is despicable and dangerous.”
Though when a Blairite offers the detail which was asked for; he uses a conspiracy theory about David Icke, as the ‘detail’, that proves antisemitism in the Labour party.
The chair of the Liverpool Wavertree Labour Party – which is facing claims of antisemitic bullying by local members against MP Luciana Berger – made repeated appearances on a current affairs show broadcast by conspiracy theorist David Icke.
The byline makes a bold statement, that after the following sentence, voids exactly what it was meant to say.
He was meant to appear on a current affair show broadcast by conspiracy theorist David Icke; but once you read the following line, the truth is the chair of the Liverpool Wavertree Labour Party had actually appeared on the Richie Allen show, which is no longer anything to do with David Icke.
In fact, what has David Icke got to do with this story at all?
Dr Alex Scott-Samuel, who is a member of the pro-Corbyn Jewish Voice For Labour group, has been a regular guest on the Richie Allen on David Icke.com show since 2015.
What’s the big deal, an educated man, a doctor, appears as a regular guest on an internet chat show called the Richie Allen Show. I listen to it myself.
He also happens to be a member of the pro-Corbyn Jewish Voice for Labour; so nothing antisemitic about that then.
The news Dr Scott-Samuel appeared on the show will come as a huge embarrassment to those defending his constituency Labour Party against accusations it bullied Ms Berger with two motions of no confidence against her over her repeated public criticism of Jeremy Corbyn’s failure to deal with Jew-hate within the party.
Why was the Doctor appearing on the show “a huge embarrassment’?
What is embarrassing about discussing ideas, concepts and current Geo-politics?
Mr Icke, an infamous conspiracy theorist, has spoken of “the global conspiracy ‘Rothschild-Zionism, a secret society putting its agents in places of power’ – and listed Jewish people he says are part of the plot.
Why is this a problem? Yes, David Icke is not only an infamous conspiracy theorist, but he was also the FIRST CONSPIRACY THEORIST.
Why is he being called a conspiracy theorist because he believes in alien species? Reptilian alien species, who not only have been visiting Earth from outer space, but also have been living deep inside the Earth, and have been doing so since the age of the Dinosaurs.
What is wrong with that? People believe a man died on a cross and rose from the dead 3 days later.
Will Alan Wilson and Baram Blackett to the next banned from Australia for saying Jesus Christ survived the crucifixion and escaped to South Wales with his family, where after he was called the ‘Lame Fisher King’.
He has also claimed he isn’t an antisemite because the “Jews are really reptiles”.
FAKE NEWS ALERT – I bet David Icke has never said that, “Jews are really reptiles.”
Mr Allen – who has continued to invite Dr Scott-Samuel on his show since splitting from Mr Icke to air his shows on his own website – hosted notorious antisemite Gilad Atzmon last July, former KKK Grand Master David Duke in 2016 and self-described “Holocaust revionist” Alison Chabloz in 2018.
Isn’t freedom of speech and intelligent debate valued in 21st Century culture? Evidently not, because in this Orwellian climate, extreme ideas and values are forbidden to be discussed.
Alex Sobel, the Jewish Labour MP for Leeds North West, tweeted that Mr Icke and Mr Allen were “fermentors of antisemitic thought and draw people into a series of conspiracy theories”.
“Fermentors of antisemitic thought and draw people into a series of conspiracy theories”.
“Sharing a platform with these men is incompatible with Labour membership,” he wrote.
Shock horror, sharing a platform with anyone who believes in aliens is “incompatible with Labour membership,” is a ridiculous thing to say.
The news about Dr Scott-Samuel, who is a senior lecturer in public health at the University of Liverpool, came after Wavertree Constituency Labour Party members were forced to defend themselves against claims they were relentlessly attacking Jewish MP Ms Berger.
Again, what has this got to do with David Icke?
Labour deputy leader Tom Watson had urged the party to investigate the Wavertree CLP executive over claims of bullying and antisemitism against Ms Berger but on Saturday, General Secretary Jennie Formby ruled this out on constitutional grounds.
And David Icke?
In a statement on Sunday, Dr Scott-Samuel and Wavertree CLP secretary Nina Houghton defended their decision to approve a no confidence motion against Ms Berger weeks before she was due to give birth.
Why is given birth an issue? If Margaret Thatcher was pregnant during a nuclear exchange tension build-up; would Labour have demanded the Russians lower the level of threat just because the Iron Lady was going to push out a Tory in a few weeks time?
The motion said that Dr Scott-Samuel is “himself Jewish and the suggestion the CLP executive is in any way party to bullying and antisemitism is a slanderous accusation.”
Motions are motions and Jews are Jews; remind me again where David Icke comes in the middle of all this?
They also claimed they had not acted improperly by selecting two motions of no confidence against Ms Berger to be debated.
Dr Scott-Samuel had proposed the second of two motions of no confidence tabled last week.
The JC has also learned that Dr Scott-Samuel has regularly made claims about Israel subverting UK democracy, while also claiming Labour antisemitism claims are smears to undermine Mr Corbyn.
Dr Scott-Samuel, who posted a photo of himself and Mr Corbyn at last year’s Labour conference, also once posted a claim that Jewish MP Ruth Smeeth was “the enemy within?”
Dr Scott-Samuel has also said “Isis, Boko Haram and Zionism are genocidal terrorists”.
In another tweet, he shared a picture of him meeting Mr Corbyn, saying he had discussed “victimisation of anti-Zionists” with the Labour leader.
When asked about his appearances on the shows, Dr Scott-Samuel told the JC: “I don’t enquire into the ownership of media when I do interviews with them.”
He refused to answer questions about his decision to table a motion of no confidence against Ms Berger only weeks before she was due to give birth.
Last week, Ms Berger was branded a “dirty little Zionist rat” and taunted with abuse, including “All Jews together, the c**ts” on a pro-Corbyn Facebook page.
Ms Berger – who was told her CLP dropped the no confidence vote against her on Friday following an intervention from the Labour leadership – was also taunted with suggestions she was an “agent of a foreign power”, an “Israel attack dog” and “Tory scum” who “f**ked her way into a job” on pro-Corbyn websites last week.