Police seek to assure Sask. village residents that cult camped there poses no imminent danger

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The people of Richmound are tense and anxious about members of a cult who are living at a former school in the village, according to the Saskatchewan RCMP.

But police say that despite issuing threats of public execution, the group does not pose an “imminent threat.”

The group is led by Romana Didulo, who is known as a far-right QAnon conspiracy theorist but has dubbed herself the “Queen of Canada,” among other titles, including the national Indigenous leader.

Didulo has amassed thousands of followers through social media, particularly on Telegram, a messaging app that has grown in popularity with the far right. She has also published hundreds of what she calls decrees, which cover topics like immigration, vaccine mandates and sexual education — with penalties that range from fines to death.

Content retrieved from: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatchewan/police-seek-to-assure-sask-village-residents-that-cult-camped-there-poses-no-imminent-danger-1.6993101.

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