From Gaia to QNN

This Is QNN

QNN feels a little on the nose, so I doubt I’m the first to think of it. I’m sure there are people out there using it as a handy name for media platforms supplying Q-Anon-inspired Qonspiracy theorists with grist.

As an aside, I’m surprised we haven’t seen more about Gaia as the conspiracy Qovid conspiracies multiply. A pandemic is exactly the kind of thing you’d expect a sentient planetary goddess to come up with to innoculate herself against a species who were changing the climate, causing her to run a temperature.

Selling Out

But back to QNN. Working to build a new influencer base at my age isn’t really feasible.

The only way to make a go of it seems to be to cultivate the kind of  audience that follows people like Alex Jones.

George Hook or John Waters might be happy to head down that road, but I don’t think I could.

Not while keeping a straight face anyway. The mask would crack.

And if it didn’t, I don’t think I would be able to sleep at night.

I’m just not built to be McQook.

So I don’t think I’ll be reporting from QNN anytime soon.

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By Gerard Cunningham

Gerard Cunningham occupies his time working as a journalist, writer, sub-editor, blogger and podcaster, yet still finds himself underemployed.