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- Overall, WikiSpooks is a far-right biased source that is questionable based on a lack of transparency, poor sourcing, and false claims.
Bias Rating: RIGHT CONSPIRACY=PSEUDOSCIENCE
Factual Reporting: MIXED
Press Freedom Rating: N/A
Media Type: Website
Traffic/Popularity: Minimal Traffic
MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY
According to their about page, “WikiSpooks was established in 2010 as a collaborative space for the joint re-examination of recent history. We research people and groups not subject to proper scrutiny by corporate media and as such, poorly treated by Wikipedia. WikiSpooks is particularly focused on those official narratives which do not seem to fit the facts, such as the 9/11 event and concepts such as the “war on terror” or the “war on drugs.”
Funded by / Ownership
Wikispooks is a wiki and is funded through donations.
Analysis / Bias
In review, Wikispooks claims to be a source of deep politics, with a forum that publishes conspiracy theories and pseudoscience like this Bilderberg/Effect.
In 2022, they publish misinformation regarding Covid-19 vaccines, such as this, where they claim covid-19 vaccines are self-spreading. This is false. They also have a page dedicated to the 2020 Presidential Election, where they allege voting fraud conspiracies. This is not a credible source.
Failed Fact Checks
- There is no record of them being fact-checked by a third party.
Overall, WikiSpooks is a far-right biased source that is questionable based on a lack of transparency, poor sourcing, and false claims. (1/19/2017) Updated (D. Van Zandt 10/21/2022)
Last Updated on October 21, 2022 by Media Bias Fact Check