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- Overall, Henry Makow promotes pure tin foil hat conspiracies with a healthy dosage of hate against women, LGBTQ, and Jews. The website lacks credibility on every level.
Bias Rating: EXTREME RIGHT CONSPIRACY
Factual Reporting: LOW
Press Freedom Rank: MOSTLY FREE
Media Type: Website
Traffic/Popularity: Minimal Traffic
MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY
Founded in 2001, Henry Makow is a men’s rights activist and conspiracy theorist. Savethemales.ca is the website for Makow delivering news articles and opinions. The website is based in Canada.
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Funded by / Ownership
The website does not clearly disclose ownership, but it is assumed to be owned by Henry Makow. Advertising generates revenue.
Analysis / Bias
Savethemales.ca’s primary purpose is to expose Makow’s perceived evils of feminism and the New World Order. Henry Makow also has a strong anti-Jewish sentiment as he had a human rights complaint filed against him by the Canadian Jewish Congress when he described Jews as “cancer.” Henry Makow is also a 9/11 truther and firmly believes the Illuminati controls the world. In 2021, the website frequently published misinformation about Coronavirus and vaccines, such as this #Scamdemic – Are We Headed for Recovery or Dystopia?
In 2022, they continue with anti-Semitic content such as this Rudolph the Hooked-Nosed Reindeer. In general, Henry Makow and his website savethemales.ca is an anti-semitic right-wing conspiracy website that frequently promotes misinformation on a range of topics.
Failed Fact Checks
- News stories about a mass shooting at a Florida high school were timestamped days earlier than 14 February 2018, which prove that the mass shooting was actually a “false flag” hoax. – False
Overall, Henry Makow promotes pure tin foil hat conspiracies with a healthy dosage of hate against women, LGBTQ, and Jews. The website lacks credibility on every level. (D. Van Zandt 8/22/2017) Updated (12/23/2022)
Last Updated on December 23, 2022 by Media Bias Fact Check
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