- Overall, we rate the Philosophers Stone far-right biased and a crackpot conspiracy and pseudoscience website based on almost all information being debunked or unproven.
Bias Rating: RIGHT CONSPIRACY-PSEUDOSCIENCE
Factual Reporting: VERY LOW
Country: United Kingdom
Press Freedom Rank: MOSTLY FREE
Media Type: Website
Traffic/Popularity: Minimal Traffic
MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY
The website lacks transparency as the about page does not name those involved, owners, or the website’s purpose. The description on the front page reads, “Philosophers-Stone.info/ Phil Stone (Pureblood) is proudly banned from Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Rumor Mill News, YouTube, Daily Motion, Vimeo, and others.” Being banned from Rumor Mill News speaks volumes about the credibility of this site.
Funded by / Ownership
Although not openly stated as the owner, Phil Stone owns Philosophers Stone. Revenue is derived through advertising on the Bitchute Channel.
Analysis / Bias
The Philosopher Stone website primarily publishes videos from YouTube and Phil Stones Bitchute Channel. They also publish text-based news with links to other sources. Articles and videos contain strongly emotional wording that favors the conspiratorial right, such as this Groundbreaking Testimony Changes Everything: Florida County RETURNS CDC Funds After Confirming Vaxx is a Bioweapon. The source for this story is Stew Peters, who frequently publishes disinformation related to Covid-19 and vaccines. The claim that the covid vaccine is a bioweapon is without evidence.
While most content is false information regarding Covid-19 and vaccines, such as this Pfizer patent approved for tracking vaccinated humans worldwide via microwave and graphene held in fatty tissues of the vaccinated, they also report on 2020 election fraud conspiracies, chemtrails, 5g, and false flags.
In general, the Philosopher Stone is far-right biased and frequently promotes conspiracy theories and pseudoscience that are either debunked, unproven, or fake.
Failed Fact Checks
- Pfizer patent approved for tracking vaccinated humans worldwide via microwave and graphene held in fatty tissues of the vaccinated. – False
- Canadian Supreme Court has accepted the case for Crimes Against Humanity presented by Dr. Reiner Fuellmich, R.F. Kennedy jnr, & Dalores Cahill. – False
Overall, we rate the Philosophers Stone far-right biased and a crackpot conspiracy and pseudoscience website based on almost all information being debunked or unproven. (M. Huitsing 02/23/2023)
Last Updated on June 29, 2023 by Media Bias Fact Check
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