For one, noticing things.
For another, mendacious media articles that ridicule conspiracy theorists, show a picture of someone protesting Treasonstock, then when you actually read the article, you read about Muslim yoots and ISIS:
In the case of terrorism and Isis, he questioned why is it that some 18 or 19 year olds can be convinced by Isis recruiters to believe their interpretation of Islam despite the people around them telling them differently.
He explained: “For example, I don’t know much about Islam but I do know that there is an absolute clear bar in Islam on suicide. So people who are told it is acceptable to be suicide bombers are ending up believing something which on the face has no foundation at all.”
“Duh, why are young Muslim men actually taking their own religion seriously?”
As for that suicide paradox, that’s an easy one to solve. It’s called Taqqiya, meaning that Muslims can violate what are otherwise Islamic morality laws in order to further the cause and help the spread of Islam.
Back to the mendacious media, it’s why we often see articles about yoots committing violent crime, either as a specific incident or as a general complaint; the article shows stock images of happy white teenagers hanging around, and then when you read the article, the actual crime will be in the black part of town and/or the named doers will have black sounding names, if applicable, or the article will quote AME church reverends and focus on the problems in the ghetto parts of town.
Looping back around to this article and this study, it’s nothing more than the latest effort to try to come up with an excuse that enough important people will believe about why young Muslims do yooty Islamic things that does not involve much less blame Islam at all, and in the process, blames all “conspiracy theorists,” white rightist and otherwise, probably to fulfill a Steve Sailer prophecy, that the way the establishment is going to prohibit Muslim immigration without actually prohibit Muslim immigration is to prohibit the immigration of “conspiracy theorists.”