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Sun Apr 25, 2021, 03:33 PM

Japan's QAnon disciples aren't letting Trump's loss quash their mission

Hiromi spent most of her life feeling trapped.

Growing up, the now 58-year-old Japanese acupuncturist felt pressure to conform to Japan's rules-based society, and to become a model worker and wife. She married young and had three children, but later divorced and says she still struggles to make ends meet.

"I'm sure some Japanese people question this way of life where we take the same crammed train at the same time; we get sucked into corporate life. It's like we don't think for ourselves; instead, we follow someone else's outline for us," Hiromi told CNN Business. She withheld her full name to keep her privacy.


Convinced there was something wrong with society, Hiromi looked for answers online. While reading the tweets of a medical influencer, who alleged big pharmaceutical companies used the public as human guinea pigs, Hiromi stumbled across Japanese QAnon influencer Eri Okabayashi's Twitter account.

https://www.ctvnews.ca/world/japan-s-qanon-disciples-aren-t-letting-trump-s-loss-quash-their-mission-1.5400892

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Well itís good to know there are idiots in other countries.

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Sun Apr 25, 2021, 03:40 PM

1. How many other countries follow these cretins ?

Insanity

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Sun Apr 25, 2021, 04:02 PM

2. Great strategy for claiming your freedom..

Trade one cult for another.

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Sun Apr 25, 2021, 04:27 PM

3. Well, if HBO's "Into the Storm" is correct, that's where "Q" lives anyway

so not surprised there'd be a following there.

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Response to Rustyeye77 (Original post)

Sun Apr 25, 2021, 06:44 PM

4. I think QAnon followers in Japan are lonely people looking for a group to belong to.

Like religion, but without the annoying things like chanting prayers. In the U.S. I don't think that's the case.

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