Didullo instructed followers to hang security lights after the group was intimidated by “goons” driving down the street. (photo via telegram)
As more and more followers of Canada’s QAnon Queen beg her for financial help, one of her loyal “subjects” gives her an RV worth tens of thousands of dollars.
This is his fourth RV, and he has put his inner circle to renovating it. She is also asking them to pay for another RV that costs $65,000 – but only in cash, not cryptocurrency – and has said she has received $21,000 so far.
“There’s RV one, you have the flagship car over here, and RV two. And here we have RV three. “Oh, what’s that?” Romana Didullo asks her followers in a video where she enthusiastically tells her Showing the fleet. “Here’s the donated Dutch star.” This is a new model that appears to be at least 40 feet tall.
“This Canada is a donated RV from We the People of New Brunswick,” she adds in another video, referring to her network of followers.
Didulo breaks out of the QAnon conspiracy and now claims to be Canada’s true ruler who is waging war against the pedophilic Cabal. She is on a never-ending tour of Canada in a convoy of several RVs that were either gifted to her or paid for by her followers. He is accompanied by his closest crew members who handle the logistics of the convoy. This inner circle can be easily seen at official events such as meet-and-greets, as they are now all equally dressed in button-down white shirts with QR (initials for Queen Romana) and white hats. are ready.
Apart from the RVs, the Didulo also gets a new SUV in its convoy. The fleet is used to house and transport him and his “Mobile Peace and Prosperity Government” employees as they tour Canada and primarily chat with people who think he is not only Canada rather rules the world. (She recently announced her promotion.) In some recent shows, she has attracted 50 people in smaller towns.
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Recently, however, convoys had to put up security lights at a property outside Fredericton, where they were renovating a vehicle, because they are being harassed by young people driving past the property.
“I’ve seen a lot of cars full of hooligans and thugs pointing fingers at the We The People team,” Didullo said in a recent video. “So I gave them the finger back.”
A person who knows the person who gifted the RV spoke anonymously to Vice World News and said he was a successful and very cool businessman who started following Didulo on the pandemic. Now it is one of the main parts of his life and something he brings up quite often.
Acquaintance said the man went from believing in conspiracies about a deep condition and a secret war being waged by Trump, to more-out-there beliefs like foreign “med beds” that cover any medical issue and various dimensions. can fix. His journey parallels Didulo’s claims, which began as relatively standard in the QAnon movement – such as politicians being executed in secret and body doubles taking their place – but grew into esoteric over time. .
“Like she’s so far into it that she’s brainwashed into thinking it’s the best thing not only for my friends and family but for the world, and that everything she’s doing is for the good of the world,” the familiar he said. “She’s telling us to harm these health workers, and she’s telling us to go against the government and not pay our electricity bills and do all these things that she thinks we need to do in this new era.” on the horizon.”
“I personally don’t understand how someone could look at this kind of information and delve so deeply into it,” he said. “But all I know is that I’ve literally seen someone do it.”
According to posts made by New Brunswick members of the convoy, Didulo’s followers in the province form a group that meets regularly at a local venue owned by a member and actually hosts Didulo for the speech. One person present at some of the meetings said that regularly they sit around and discuss PDFs they have printed from conspiracy websites whose topics include discussions of Made Bed and Didulo.
The man told VICE that at one of these meetings, the group appeared to be consuming veterinary ivermectin — an antiviral drug at the center of several COVID vaccine conspiracies — that had been acquired by a member who was a farmer.
Didulo’s claims aren’t just fictional roles. In some cases they are causing real harm to his followers, some of whom are begging for help on Telegram channels dedicated to him. In particular they are begging for help with their utility bills, as Didulo told them several months ago that utilities are free in the Canadian state and that their followers are not required to pay them. At one point, he even instructed them how to remove their utility companies from their online banking.
At first, his followers celebrated the non-payment of their bills, but now enough time has passed since the decree that companies are coming for the outstanding bills of their followers. Some of his followers are claiming that their power and utilities have been shut down and they have gone to their leader for help but they have received nothing but hollow promises.
,[Our power company] Now my power is cut off and we are in darkness. Our food we stocked up on to make up for potential shortages now has less than 24 hours in our freezers before going bad,” wrote a follower on Telegram on Tuesday. “The power company laughs at the suggestion that electricity payment has already been made and wants full payment for electricity and reconnection charges to be reinstated. People are losing faith that everyone will be looked after and orders are being issued.
“Seniors (like us) have no money to attract,” he said. “Our savings are gone and now the reality is coming to the fore.”
VICE News contacted the person who gave the RV to Romana and several posted about their financial situation. No one will go on record. Didulo barks when talking to the media, and members of the community usually work to enforce followers to remain untouched within the group.
Didulo has a group of people who travel with him as personal “journalists” and report on the arrival and departure of his convoy. Didullo asked his followers a question on Telegram after VICE News contacted the person who gifted the RV.
“What would be a reasonable charge for mainstream media reporters who are condemning Queen Romana Didullo, the Queen, President and Commander-in-Chief of the Kingdom of Canada?”
Most responded with a reference to the “milkshake,” which is oddly how the community refers to the death penalty.
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