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New dating site for CONSPIRACY THEORISTS launches in Germany

Are you looking for someone tall, handsome, GSOH… and thinks the world is flat? A new dating site for CONSPIRACY THEORISTS might be just what you’re looking for

  • SchwurbelTreff was launched in Germany last month and has gained a lot of users
  • Established by conspiracy theorist Michael Brundel, who calls himself Captain Future
  • They have to reveal what conspiracy theories they believe, including the coronavirus

Are you sick of being bombarded with pro-vaccine parties bragging about how many jabs they’ve had in their bios?

If so, delete your current apps because there’s a new dating site in town, and it’s designed specifically for conspiracy theorists.

Well-known German conspiracy theorist Michael Brundel, known as Captain Future in the so-called ‘Freedom Marches’, launched SchwurbelTreff in his homeland last month.

Amazingly, SchwurbelTreff, whose name is based on a German term offensive to conspiracy theorists as people who speak gibberish, gained 1,500 users in its first three weeks.

If you’re bored of constantly swiping left on people who believe in Covid-19, moon landings, or God forbid the earth isn’t flat, this new site might be the answer.

Noted conspiracy theorist Michael Brundel (right) launched SchwurbelTreff last month.

To sign up, users must answer the usual common questions, like their height and age, but then they must reveal what conspiracies they believe in, be it Coronavirus, QAnon, and the New World Order.

Users must also disclose which news sources they consume, the number of Covid-19 jabs they have received, and how they think the future of the world will play out in the next 20 years.

It is in stark contrast to major dating apps such as Tinder, Match, Hinge, Bumble, which partnered with the government in 2021 to encourage their users to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

Heading to the website’s home page, users are greeted with a photo of Brundel wearing a tinfoil hat with electrical sparks connecting him with another woman looking at a laptop decorated with stickers that include Free Julian Assange. and the attacks of September 11.

speaking to Vice On why he created the site, Brundel said: ‘They wouldn’t understand each other (when) they look at the world so differently.

“The different views on Corona have broken many old friendships and relationships, but have often created new ones as well.”

Sick of seeing vaccinated profiles while browsing your other dating apps?

Sick of seeing vaccinated profiles while browsing your other dating apps?

Captain Future also believes that “lateral thinkers will soon be mainstream” because “nobody wants to admit they’re wrong.”

“The division will end when the truth is widespread and those responsible have been brought to justice,” he said.

The SchwurbelTreff founder continued to preach the myth that needlesticks posed a threat to the unvaccinated by “dropping off” the vaccine.

Nicholas Potter, a researcher at the anti-extremist group Fundación Amadeu Antonio in Berlin, believes that the rise of conspiracy theorists can “alienate people from their social environments” and “lead to a spiral of radicalisation”.

Potter also admitted that it was not the first attempt at a conspiracy theorist website, citing another one in Switzerland that was launched specifically for anti-vaxxers during the pandemic.