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How brainwashed QAnon conspirators infiltrated the UK as they rallied against ‘Nazi paedo cabal’ rumors about Generation Z fuel

THAT is the warped global conspiracy that has sparked kidnappings and even murders in the US – and now it’s increasingly spreading across the UK.

QAnon – started on the website 4chan in 2017 – stemmed from posts and predictions from an alleged US Government insider known only as “Q Clearing Patriot”.

Injured nurse Kate Shemirani is at the forefront of UK QAnon followers

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Injured nurse Kate Shemirani is at the forefront of UK QAnon followersCredit: Rex
British QAnon members were among those protesting against the Covid conspiracy in central London in July

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British QAnon members were among those protesting against the Covid conspiracy in central London in JulyCredit: Alamy

Followers conspiracy theories believe ridiculous lies that a group of pedophiles are running the world, Michelle Obama is a man and Pizza is a code word in the upper class for abused children.

Now, the dangerous cult is expanding its reach in the UK – with a surprising number of Gen Z Britons holding beliefs strongly linked to QAnon, according to exclusive statistics New by YouGov.

And one of the movement’s most prominent figures, the disgraced nurse Kate Shemirani. ready to enter politics, claiming that she had an army of supporters.

YouGov figures show 38 per cent of Britons think senior members of UK society knowingly cover up child sex trafficking and abuse – rising to 41 per cent aged 18 to 24.

When Duke of Edinburgh passed away on April 9 at the age of 99, ailing QAnon trolls linked his death to a Covid-19 vaccine and Satanism.

One Telegram user wrote: “99 years dead on the 9th mirror 666.”

Meanwhile, other QAnon followers are convinced to be the host of a TV show about pedophiles and sexual abusers Jimmy Savile is proof about a global ring of underground predators that rule the world.

Report by campaign group Get the trolls out! at the beginning of this year, Europe was the second most popular place for theory outside of North America.

Germany has the most Twitter activity, followed by the UK, then the Netherlands and France, Italy and Spain.

NHS ‘like Nazis’

Anti-lockdown Kate Shemirani is a leader of Britain’s QAnon movement and has shared a platform at anti-lockdown protests in London with Jeremy Corbyn’s eccentric brother Piers and conspiracy theorists David Icke.

In July this year at a protest in Trafalgar Square attended by part of QAnon fans, Kate compared NHS workers to Nazis – and announced that they would be hanged.

“Get their names,” she said. Send email for me. With a team of lawyers, we’re collecting all of that.

“At the Nuremberg Trial, doctors and nurses went to court and they were hanged.

“If you’re a doctor or a nurse, now is the time to get off that bus … and stand with everyone with us.”

Now she has set her sights on bringing her objectionable views to Downing Street.

Speaking on channel 4 documentary QAnon: The Cult of Conspiracy, airing tonight, the former glamorous cosmetic nurse and her camerawoman revealed her plans to run for Congress.

Kate, of Uckfield, west Sussex, said: “I considered it and now I’ve opened that door. It’s not something I thought about and dismissed.

“This is also my cameraman. She does all of my filming while we’re out. You encouraged me to get involved in politics, didn’t you? “

When documentary cinematographer Benjamin Zand asked if her cameraman thought she would vote for Kate for Prime Minister, she replied: “Great idea – I will.”

Former nurse accused of calling NHS staff “Complicity in genocide” and “criminals and liars,” and said nine out of 10 nurses were “crap” when she was dropped from the nursing register in June.

Kate – who will appear in court accused of organizing three protests is locked – protect her comment in the documentary.

“This is for the last 100 years,” she said. They facilitated the deaths of children and disabled adults.

“And they believed at the time that they did the right thing.”

Conspiracy cult murders

Secret Q stopped posting online last year – shortly after Trump lost the US election to President Biden.

The unnamed source made several predictions – none of which came true.

Immediately after the silence of the poster, QAnon followers were among the thousands who caused a storm Capitol building in Washington DC in February in an effort to prevent Joe Biden from being certified as president.

Notably Jacob Chansley – better known as QAnon mage Jacob Angeli – was jailed for 41 months in November for his involvement.

The following cult has also led to tragedy with around 100 people committing crimes related to QAnon – from kidnapping to alleged murder.

QAnon believer Neely Petrie Blanchard, from Pensacola, Florida, allegedly shot and killed his attorney last year.

She allegedly believes he is conspiring with the government against her in a custody battle for her daughter Mackenzie.

Last month, QAnon’s father, Matthew Coleman, 40, accused of shooting 2-year-old son and 10-month-old daughter in Rosarito, Mexico.

After Coleman was arrested, he told an FBI agent that his wife had passed “snake DNA” to his children.

Satanic Ritual

These scary lies and conspiracy theories are now spreading across the UK after the Covid lockdown.

One study found that 58% of Britons think satanic child abuse is probable and 15% think it happens regularly.

Thousands of Britons voiced their support for the movement at a rally this summer outside the Houses of Parliament.

“The worst case scenario is that they are being sacrificed to the devil in a satanic ritual,” said one woman.

One man added: “I think Trump will be able to save us all. I think a lot of corruption will come to this country that comes from America. Because we are part of it.”

Another woman said: “This is not a conspiracy. Most of them are in [Parliament] is evil. And the foundation of it all is a centuries-old trade going on and that is child trafficking.

“Eight million children go missing every year – where do they go?”

Earlier, a businesswoman told The Sun how nearly brainwashed by QAnon destroy her marriage and put her in rehab.

And it was revealed earlier this year that the dangerous conspiracy group promoted a series of Abduction from France to America.

Thousands of Britons voiced their support for QAnon at a rally this summer outside the Houses of Parliament

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Thousands of Britons voiced their support for QAnon at a rally this summer outside the Houses of ParliamentCredit: Getty
Lies and conspiracy theories are now spreading across the UK following the Covid lockdowns

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Lies and conspiracy theories are now spreading across the UK following the Covid lockdownsCredit: Getty
A protester sets off flares as anti-vax protesters marched across London last month

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A protester sets off flares as anti-vax protesters marched across London last monthCredit: Getty
In February, QAnon was among the protesters who stormed the US Capito to protest the election results

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In February, QAnon was among the protesters who stormed the US Capito to protest the election resultsCredit: Rex
'QAnon magician' Jacob Angeli jailed for 41 months for participating in breaking into the Capitol building

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‘QAnon magician’ Jacob Angeli jailed for 41 months for participating in breaking into the Capitol buildingCredit: Getty
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