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- Overall, we rate Neon Nettle a Tin Foil Hat level Conspiracy website based on the promotion of numerous conspiracy theories and the publishing of fake news.
Bias Rating: RIGHT CONSPIRACY-PSEUDOSCIENCE
Factual Reporting: LOW
Country: United Kingdom (35/180 Press Freedom)
Media Type: Website
Traffic/Popularity: Medium Traffic
MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY
Neon Nettle is an alternative and independent news source. According to their about page, “Neon Nettle was launched as an educational and thought-provoking publication. At Neon Nettle, we believe the mainstream has become less valid as it continues its ongoing practices of censorship and engineered narratives.” Neon Nettle is located in London, England, and the senior editor is Jack Murphy.
Funded by / Ownership
The website does not list who owns it. Neon Nettle generates revenue through donations and advertising.
Analysis / Bias
Neon Nettle is a right-wing conspiracy and pseudoscience website. There are many articles about Aliens, New World Order, etc. They have a Pants on Fire claim with Politifact and are listed on their fake news list. They also have a Mostly False claim via Snopes and another here. Really the best way to discover this site is actually to visit it and see it for yourself. I suggest a tinfoil hat.
Overall, we rate Neon Nettle a Tin Foil Hat level Conspiracy website based on the promotion of numerous conspiracy theories and the publishing of fake news. (5/1/2017) Updated (D. Van Zandt 7/21/2018)
Last Updated on April 21, 2021 by Media Bias Fact Check