It stands for "conspiracy researcher intelligence quotient" and it is an IQ test for people who claim to be in the category of people that the mainstream media call "conspiracy theorists".
WARNING! I am about to post an article from mainstream media source. The purpose of posting this article is not to relay some important information from the brainwashers, nor is to validate any point I want to make about the article specifically. That is to say, the actual content of the article is irrelevant except to the extent that the article is filled with hypocrisy and self-contradiction which requires no other article or any other evidence besides the article itself to demonstrate that the mainstream media is not about "informing the public" but brainwashing them.
Okay here is the article. Please don't get triggered no matter what side of any polemic you are on:
I invite everyone to comment on this post but those who are on topic to the post, I ask you to refrain from saying you see things this way or that way in regard to the war in Ukraine. This article is fairly arbitrary choice of articles which appear on the mainstream media where many articles which don't add up appear constantly.Russia's forced deportation of Ukrainian children to areas under its control amounts to a war crime, UN investigators have said.
The UN Commission of Inquiry on Ukraine said there was evidence of the illegal transfer of hundreds of Ukrainian children to Russia.
The Commission's report is categorical that Russia also committed other war crimes in Ukraine.
They include attacks on hospitals, torture, rape and wilful killings.
Ukraine government figures put the number of children forcibly taken to Russia at 16,221.
Russia has introduced policies such as the granting of Russian citizenship and the placement of children in foster families to "create a framework in which some of the children may end up remaining permanently" in Russia, the report notes.
While the transfers were supposed to be temporary "most became prolonged", with both parents and children facing "an array of obstacles in establishing contact", UN investigators wrote.
In some cases, parents or children told the Commission that once in Russia-controlled areas, transferred children were made to wear "dirty clothes, were screamed at, and called names." They also said that "some children with disabilities did not receive adequate care and medication."
The burden of contacting their parents fell primarily to the transferred children as the adults faced "considerable logistical, financial, and security challenges" in finding or retrieving their children, the report says.
It also quotes witnesses as saying that the smaller children transferred may have not been able to establish contact with their families and might, as a consequence, "lose contact with them indefinitely".
The forced deportations of Ukrainian children "violate international humanitarian law, and amount to a war crime", concludes the report.
The UN said that in addition to the rapes, killings and "widespread" torture, Moscow could be responsible for the even more serious "crimes against humanity" - notably the wave of Russian attacks on Ukraine's energy infrastructure that began last October.
The commission is also trying to determine whether the bombing and siege of the city of Mariupol last May might constitute a crime against humanity.
The investigators said they had also documented "a small number" of violations committed by Ukrainian armed forces.
The replies I hope (and it springs eternal) to find are one's which neither lend support to Russia not provide any opposition to it. That is to say that the topic of this post is the mainstream media itself, rather than the article from the mainstream media.
The replies I hope to find will be purely dedicated to mentioning the self-contradictions within the article.
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