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BBC Publishes Cringe Guide For ‘Talking To Conspiracy Theorist Relatives’ At Christmas

Broadcaster says ‘keep clam and carry on’ if your uncle starts ranting about our freedoms being taken away

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The British Broadcasting Corporation, the bastion of all that is proper and right, has published a handy Christmas guide for how to talk down to relatives who believe in nasty ‘conspiracy theories’, and it’s a huge sack full of cringe.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson effectively cancelled Christmas for a third of the UK, and is now threatening to lockdown the entire country on Boxing Day.

That is not enough for the woke state broadcaster, however, which clearly feels it needs to instruct Brit NPCs on how to debunk the dangerous disinformation being spread by their unmutual uncles and disharmonious descendants.

“How should you talk to friends and relatives who believe conspiracy theories?” The BBC headline reads.

“You’re dreading the moment. As your uncle passes the roast potatoes, he casually mentions that a coronavirus vaccine will be used to inject microchips into our bodies to track us,” the ‘five point guide’ outlines, adding “Or maybe it’s that point when a friend, after a couple of pints, starts talking about how Covid-19 ‘doesn’t exist’.”

“Or when pudding is ruined as a long-lost cousin starts spinning lurid tales about QAnon and elite Satanists eating babies.”

Cringe.

Ok, so what does one do in this horrible situation, oh mighty and wise Big BBC Brother?

“Keep calm; don’t be dismissive; encourage critical thinking; ask questions; don’t expect immediate results.”

Eh? So don’t immediately shut them down as a dangerous conspiracy theorist who spreads fake news? Just retain that thought in your head while you deeply patronise them with your received BBC approved spoon-fed opinion.

OK then.

Perhaps chase them down the street screeching questions about why they are not wearing a face mask? Probably a good tactic.

Paul Joseph Watson guest hosts The Alex Jones Show to break down the medical tyranny takeover of the UK as “new” strain of Covid spreads.

Next tip?

People who believe conspiracy theories often say: “I do my own research.”

Well, how dare they believe something not published by the BBC. How bloody awful.

“The problem is that their research tends to consist of watching fringe YouTube videos, following random people on Facebook, and cherry-picking evidence from biased Twitter account.”

So we take away their social media accounts then, right?

“Your aim is not to make them less curious or sceptical, but to change what they are curious about, or sceptical of.”

Ah, OK. Direct them to the BBC website then?

Any more tips, oh corporate board of directors earning millions per year from scalping old ladies by pretending they have to pay you to own a TV?

“Focus on those who are pushing these ideas, and what they might be getting,” says Claire Wardle. “For instance, financial gain by selling health supplements, or reputational gain in building a following.” 

Yeah, those evil conspiracy theorists, making a living AND selling vitamins that are good for your health.

What’s next Gandalf BBC?

“Conspiracy theories tend to be simple, powerful stories that explain the world. Reality is complex and messy, which is harder for our brains to process.”

Ouch, thinking hurts too much. Got it.

Wait, so pedos don’t run the world then?

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If You Didn’t Laugh, You’d Cry

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New investigation reveals theft in the UK has “effectively been decriminalized” due to shockingly low prosecution rates.

Prosecution rates of people who post offensive memes or engage in wrongthink, however, remain first rate.

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Wiener Says Gays Shouldn’t Avoid Sex Party Orgies Despite Monkeypox

But you couldn’t say goodbye to your loved one at a funeral.

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California state Senator Scott Wiener demanded people stay at home to stop the spread of the COVID virus.

Now he asserts, despite a monkeypox health emergency, that gay men should continue to engage in sex party orgies.

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UK Police Chief Says Authorities Need to Stop ‘Wasting Time’ Investigating People Being Offended

Public is sick of it.

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The Chief Constable of Greater Manchester Police has asserted that authorities need to stop ‘wasting time’ investigating people being offended on social media, noting that the public is sick of it.

Chief Constable Stephen Watson made the comments during an interview with the Telegraph.

Watson acknowledged that Greater Manchester Police had “become too assiduous at interpreting some of the rules to mean that if anybody at any time for whatever reason is offended, there somehow needs to be a police record.”

“We’ve got ourselves involved in stuff which is just not a policing matter, we’ve wasted our time as a result and we’ve caused people to question whether, frankly, we know what we’re doing,” the senior officer added.

Likely next Prime Minister Liz Truss has also vowed to put a stop to police investigating social media posts.

However, despite the College of Policing issuing guidance that officers need to focus on real crimes and not interfering in “debates on Twitter,” the practice still continues.

As we highlighted yesterday, a British Army veteran was arrested by police in Aldershot for re-posting a meme on Facebook critical of the LGBT community.

51-year-old Darren Brady was placed in handcuffs by Hampshire Police after being told he had caused someone “anxiety” online.

People in the UK are routinely arrested for posting ‘offensive’ tweets and other social media content.

Former police officer James Watts was arrested and given 20 weeks in prison for the ‘crime’ of posting offensive George Floyd memes in private WhatsApp and Facebook group chats.

Meanwhile, car thefts have effectively been legalized in major cities and police say they don’t even have time to investigate two out of three burglaries.

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