Australian National Review, published by ANR Media, is a conspiracy and pseudoscience website based in Australia. Australian National Review indicates its purpose is to be a “force for good and a platform for much-needed change and to generate critical debate.”
Funded by / Ownership
ANR Media owns Australian National Review. Advertising and donations generate revenue.
Analysis / Bias
In review, the Australian National Review promotes pseudoscience, such as anti-vaccination and anti-gmo propaganda. In addition to these, they also publish conspiracy theories such as those involving ChemTrails. In many cases, they source from other conspiracy and pseudoscience websites, such as Food Babe and Natural News. In general, this is a strongly rated conspiracy and pseudoscience website that is low for factual information.
The Australian National Review has also promoted misinformation and conspiracy theories regarding covid-19, as demonstrated below in our failed fact checks.
Failed Fact Checks
- “no one has died from the coronavirus” – False
- No, US nurse Tiffany Dover not killed by Covid-19 vaccine – False
- Vaxchora vaccine to be distributed via chemtrails in Queensland, Australia. – False
Overall, we rate the Australian National Review as right-leaning and a strong conspiracy and pseudoscience source based on promoting false or misleading scientific claims. (M. Huitsing 8/31/2017) Updated (11/25/2023)
Last Updated on November 25, 2023 by Media Bias Fact Check
Do you appreciate our work? Please consider one of the following ways to sustain us.