I’d take this reporting on the Ukraine situation with a grain of salt. A very big grain of salt. CNN seem to have a standard “template” for these reports that all use the phrase “Citing multiple sources familiar with the matter,” and reading between the lines, the story has no […]

There are a number of “fact checks” out there addressing conclusions and statements on Social Media relating to this screenshot. But nevertheless the screenshot IS real and not doctored or Photoshopped. We include some links so you can do your own research and form your own conclusions. The only advice […]

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The moment our leaders announced they would get their jab “live” before cameras and audiences, suspicions arose. Real syringes filled with water or saline? Movie prop syringes? The usual “fact checkers” braced themselves for debunkery. Did they succeed? Let’s do some checking of our own! Here’s a typical recent article […]

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Some Disinformation we are Disinclined to Disseminate…! by Martin Harris 3/7/21 It seems the Alternative and independent media are getting too tough to crack with straightforward propaganda. This week three items bearing all the classic hallmarks of carefully crafted disinformation have been proffered to this author, and the team at […]

Uncensored has lately been delving heavily into the complex tangle of connections between Bitcoin, the Great Reset, DNA data harvesting, the COVID agenda, and related rDNA-modifying vaccines. The topic of Gene Editing and associated jargon can be confusing to layperson, so while it does not delve into the controversies and […]

Note. The following exercise presents a controversial issue as reported by RT. As usual I’ll give a brief personal comment below this. But then I’ll go one step further and show the reader some of the “fact checking” and research that goes on when assessing these articles for publication here […]

If you hear an unfounded statement often enough, you might just start believing that it’s true. Matthew WarrenBPS Research DigestThu, 12 Sep 2019 10:29 UTC This phenomenon, known as the “illusory truth effect”, is exploited by politicians and advertisers — and if you think you are immune to it, you’re […]