Viral Message: A new World Economic Forum report reveals that the New World Order are worried their control over humanity is diminishing and are planning World War 3 in order to try and preserve it.
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On an annual basis the World Economic Forum releases its annual risk report on behalf of Globalist organisations: Banks, Corporations, Tech Companies. Oh yes and some of those little governments too. The Global Elite should never be underestimated: they have truly excellent resources especially in computational predictive power, and their trends forecasting is second to none at modelling society and predicting its direction. Sometimes it is the Globalists themselves feeding and creating those trends: but sometimes they are as adrift as a leaf in the storm as everyone else trying to get influence, and then control, over situations running out of control.
Viral Message Verification:- The above news was posted on the famous satire website yournewswire with the title “Globalists Planning World War 3 As New Order Collapses”.
However we did not find any fact to prove this article as what was mentioned in the yournewswire.
yournewswire was Founded by Sean Adl-Tabatabai and Sinclair Treadway in 2014. It has published fake stories, such as "claims that the Queen had threatened to abdicate if the UK voted against Brexit."
Earliar Yournewswire.com published a story saying First Lady Michelle Obama had unfollowed Clinton on Twitter. A quick check of Twitter proved the story false.
In the past YourNewsWire has been the source of or helped spread a long string of persistent rumors, including the fake claim that a terror attack at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England was a “false flag,” or a government plot designed to keep the populace in fear. They also reported the widespread (but completely false) rumor that a second gunman helped carry out the mass shooting in Las Vegas on 1 October 2017.
It’s significant to note that YourNewsWire often uses fictional quotes juice up the clickbait value of their stories, sometimes for the purpose of putting outrageous words in celebrities’s mouths, and other times to invent stories and attribute them to conveniently–anonymous witnesses or officials.
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