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Reborn

Seeking Aslan's Country

Hfcomms

EN66iq
EUtimes is just another Sorcha Faal mirror to a great extent. If you look at the Sorcha main site and the Eutimes main site most of the stories are copied over from there. Going to Eutimes and bringing up the story of Russia's top religious leader [ect] and click on the source and it brings you right back to whatdoesitmean which is Sorcha Faal/David Booth. As long as we're on the subject Superstation95.com should be on our list as well. We've debunked several of their stories in the last few months. It poses as a news station out of New York city but no such radio station even exists.
 

packyderms_wife

Neither here nor there.
EUtimes is just another Sorcha Faal mirror to a great extent. If you look at the Sorcha main site and the Eutimes main site most of the stories are copied over from there. Going to Eutimes and bringing up the story of Russia's top religious leader [ect] and click on the source and it brings you right back to whatdoesitmean which is Sorcha Faal/David Booth. As long as we're on the subject Superstation95.com should be on our list as well. We've debunked several of their stories in the last few months. It poses as a news station out of New York city but no such radio station even exists.
Way back when there was a list over at TOL of the sites SF/DB owned I think at that time there were about 24 of them.
 

Reborn

Seeking Aslan's Country
Thanks folks. The website and story felt like another Sorcha Faal type of place so I'm not surprised.
 

twincougars

Deceased
I have found several bullshit articles posted on Facebook lately that are links from jewsnews.com. They take some truth and spin a bullshit story around it. sometimes siting a foreign language newspaper as the original source, where if I run translation software on it, the foreign source never said what jewsnews claimed.
 

Be Well

may all be well
Since the "industry" of bogus news sites is exploding, it's a good idea to have lists of them. Most don't appear immediately to be fake, like "The Onion"; they are meant to deceive and trick people, not amuse. They are very nasty, and naturally mix fact with fiction to make the kae news articles look plausible. I did find a good list a while ago and it is "somewhere" on TB2.... Can't find it again. So, here are some lists I just found.

This website has three categories. The third category called "Clickbait" (description below) may have some decent sites or articles, if anyone determines that any of these are not "hoax", please report back. I know "Natural News" has articles which mix fact with stuff that just is not. I am not familiar with most of the sites listed below, so if anyone knows more (some are real, or other fake ones) please post.

http://www.fakenewswatch.com/

Fake/Hoax News Websites

Fake/Hoax News sites are satire sites that are not funny. They are an attempt to play on gullible people who do not check sources and will just pass the news on as if it were really true. Below is the list of know Fake/Hoax News Websites:


  • AmericanNews.com
  • BigAmericanNews.com
  • Cap News (twitter.com/capnews)
  • ChristWire.org
  • CivicTribune.com
  • ClickHole.com
  • CreamBMP.com
  • DCGazette.com
  • DailyCurrant.com
  • DCClothesLine.com
  • DerfMagazine.com
  • DrudgeReport.com.co
  • DuhProgressive.com
  • EmpireNews.com
  • EnduringVision.com
  • Indecision Forever (www.cc.com/indecision)
  • MSNBC.co
  • MSNBC.website
  • MediaMass.net
  • NationalReport.net
  • NewsBiscuit.com
  • News-Hound.com
  • NewsMutiny.com
  • PoliticalEars.com
  • Private-eye.co.uk
  • RealNewsRightNow.com
  • RileNews.com
  • Sprotspickle.com
  • TheNewsNerd.com
  • TheUsPatriot.com
  • WitScience.org


Satire Websites


Satire websites are sites that make fun of the news. The stories are typically over the top and meant to be funny. The most famous satire site is The Onion. Below is the list of satire websites:

  • TheOnion.com
  • AmplifyingGlass.com
  • Duffleblog.com
  • EmpireSports.co
  • GomerBlog.com
  • Huzlers.com
  • iTagLive.com/
  • Newslo.com
  • NahaDaily.com
  • RockCityTimes.com
  • TheLapine.ca
  • TheSpoof.com
  • WeeklyWorldNews.com
  • WorldNewsDailyReport.com

I notice in the list below are sites people on TB post articles from, such as Lew Rockwell. I do know that Veterans Today is a commiepuke POS site, Global Research has some okay (Wayne Allen Root, imho) and some crap. So I think the list below may have some gray areas on it, ymmv.

Clickbait Websites

Clickbait websites are sites that take bits of true stories but insinuate and make up other details to sew fear. Most of these are conspiratorial in nature are very unreliable. Below are a list of these websites:


  • 21stCenturyWire.com
  • ActivistPost.com
  • BeforeItsNews.com
  • BigPZone.com
  • Chronicle.su
  • CoastToCoastAM.com
  • ConsciousLifeNews.com
  • ConservativeOutfitters.com
  • ConspiracyWire (WideAwakeAmerica.com)
  • CountdownToZeroTime.com
  • CounterPsyOps.com
  • DailyBuzzLive.com
  • Disclose.tv
  • FPRNradio.com
  • GeoEngineeringWatch.org
  • GlobalResearch.ca
  • GovtSlaves.info
  • GulagBound.com
  • JonesReport.com
  • HangTheBankers.com
  • HumansAreFree.com
  • Infowars.com
  • IntelliHub.com
  • LewRockwell.com
  • LibertyTalk.fm
  • LibertyVideos.org
  • LMR (LibertyMovementRadio.com)
  • MegynKelly.us
  • NaturalNews.com
  • NewsWire-24.com
  • NoDisInfo.com
  • NowTheEndBegins.com
  • PakAlertPress.com
  • PoliticalBlindSpot.com
  • PrisonPlanet.com
  • PrisonPlanet.tv
  • RealFarmacy.com
  • RedFlagNews.com
  • TruthFrequencyRadio.com
  • TheDailySheeple.com
  • TheRunDownLive.com
  • UnconfirmedSources.com
  • VeteransToday.com
  • WakingUpWisconsin.com
  • WorldTruth.tv
 

Be Well

may all be well
Here's another list, likely to have some overlap, but the list below has some descriptions, which are useful.

http://zionists4trump.com/alert-fake-news-websites-designed-to-fool-conservatives/

Political

  • RealNewRightNow.com (100% fake news and political stories)
  • DailyCurrant.com (100% fake political stories)
  • TheMidEastBeast.com (100% fake Middle East news and political stories)
  • DrudgeReport.com.co (not affiliated with the real news source The Drudge Report.)
  • Huzlers.com (100% fake news and political stories)
  • LibertyTalk.fm (clickbait)
  • lightlybraisedturnip.com (clickbait)
  • The Borowitz Report (political)
  • mrconservative.com
  • theuspatriot.com (political)
  • elelephantintheroom.blogspot.com (political)
  • politicalears.com
  • liberalbias.com
  • winkprogress.com
  • FreeWoodPost.com (100% fake news and political stories)
  • twitter.com/RNCSquirrel
  • facebook.com/C4MB10.0 (Michelle Bachmann)

News

  • WeeklyWorldNews.com (an oldie but a goodie)
  • WorldNewsDailyReport.com (100% fake archaeology news)
  • TribuneHerald.net (100% fake news)
  • AmericanNews.com (Articles are half fake. Takes real stories and adds a fake twist.)
  • Usatoday.com.co (it is not USA Today)
  • Cnnnext.com (it is not CNN)
  • TheRundDownLive.com
  • CityWorldNews.com (news)
  • BigAmericanNews.com
  • The Racket Report (100% fake news)
  • NewsWatch33 (100% fake news)
  • EmpireNews.net
  • DeathAndTaxesMag.com (op-ed, some real, some satire)
  • Stuppid.com (sic)(news and photos)
  • Reductress.com (first satirical women’s magazine)
 

Be Well

may all be well
Something got posted in the bomb shelter which turned out to not be true, and was from this site linked below, so probably another one to at least vet carefully before posting from.

http://www.topix.com/
 

almost ready

Has No Life - Lives on TB
Yes, just logged on because yet another bogus story hit from that fake news site, Christian Times Newspaper. They are really trying to screw up the internet by flooding it with fake news and bot posters -- like the spam has clogged up the email system.
 

Creeper

Creeper
Topix.com is just an umbrella site for a multitude of special interest/regional forums. You might even find a forum for your town. It is not a fake news/clickbait/satire/hoax site, but neither would I rely on it for real news. I would say the regional forums lean more towards local gossip, but they may be a good place to find what the locals are talking bout. But, you never know what you might find there. It is not exactly moderated.
 

2Trish

Veteran Member
Is there a way to consolidate the proscribed sites alphabetically without out having to read 2 pages of postings? I've violated the rules a couple times & found that I'm reluctant to post items for fear of getting smacked. People just don't always have time to research the proscribed thread & making it a little more reader friendly would help.
 

Dennis Olson

Chief Curmudgeon
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Consider doing it yourself as a service to everyone. PM me the result and I'll post the consolidated list in the OP.

Thanks!
 

Dennis Olson

Chief Curmudgeon
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We’ve already had that argument. Propaganda mouthpieces or not, they’re more valid than, say, Sorcha Faal sites. One has to be careful, or we'll end up banning ALL source sites. And what then, sit around bitching to each other about nothing?
 

Rayku

Sanity is not statistical
New here and reviewing this thread. I don't disagree with the list and can think of some not on it that would meet the intent.
However, on the various forums I've frequented over the years, it has been made clear that the heart of the problem isn't the site, it's the confirmation bias of the individual reading it. Those sites wouldn't exist if there wasn't someone out there following them.

It tells a lot about the person when they quote from those places. Anyone applying a modicum of critical thinking can suss out the BS from them 'if' they are not applying confirmation bias. Conversely, banning them tends to confirm the bias of those that would believe them. As such, in the past I've used that as a barometer to get the general feel of the person in question.

That said and withstanding copyright issues, people who follow such sites will tend to parrot what they are saying without a direct quote if those sites are banned and or restricted.

Getting to point, what criteria (if any) is being used to guard against intent violation verses letter violation? Not arguing, just asking the question.
 

Dennis Olson

Chief Curmudgeon
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We’ve had that discussion off-and-on for several years now. I’d say that your statement on reader-bias is partly true, but these sites are deliberately trying to mislead people and sow FUD and anger. Further, they have traction today because stuff we thought was wild eyed woo 10-15 years ago has in many cases become reality. One can dismiss reports of a purple people eater as woo, until scientists announce that a purple people eater has been captured, for example. No, the disinfonsite succeed precisely because the world, in actual fact, has become insane.

Now to your question:

Getting to point, what criteria (if any) is being used to guard against intent violation verses letter violation? Not arguing, just asking the question.

We don’t “guard against” anything. We don’t assume anything. A post from an offending website is locked, moved or deleted and the member informed that the source is on the list. Those who continue to post from such a site after being warned a couple times will get a stern talking to.
 

7th trump

Membership Revoked
You can add gold-silver.us to the do not patron list. They've had an infestation from storm front on the site and basically have turned that site into a mini storm front. The main admin and a lower admin have turned bigot. A lot of hate and anti-America propaganda flows through that site.
A few members are pro-communist.
 

Loretta Van Riet

Trying to hang out with the cool kids.
This is the list of websites which are either not allowed to be mentioned or referenced on TB, or sites whose content is subject to being moved:


DO NOT POST OR REFERENCE:

UB (hate site)

SQ (legal threats): Note this includes posting articles from other sites that mention this person and/or his website.

GodLikeProductions

AboveTopSecret

StormFront (white supremacist website)

Telegraph.co.uk (copyright infringement)


POSTS FROM THESE SOURCES WILL BE MOVED OR REMOVED IMMEDIATELY (normally within 1-3 hours):

Any Sorcha Faal material: WhatDoesItMean.com, beforeitsnews, IBTimes and eutimes, redstatewatcher.com

PressTV (Iranian propaganda outfit)

now.mmedia.me

veteranstoday

Hagmann (associated with SQ)

HalfPastHuman.com (Widely debunked and inaccurate future viewing site.)

George Ure at urbansurvival.com

presscore.ca

ANY LaRouche site

Dave Hodges (The Common Sense Show - thecommonsenseshow.com - associated with SQ)

z3news.com (woo site)

thelastlineofdefense.org (satire/hoax site)

dailypostfeed.com (hoax site)

Yournewswire.com

POSTS FROM THESE SOURCES ARE SUBJECT TO BE MOVED OR REMOVED (depending on article content), AND INFORMATION FROM THEM SHOULD BE RELIED ON AT YOUR OWN RISK

Russia Today

Debka

InfoWars/Alex Jones


KNOWN HOAX SITES. MATERIAL FROM THESE SITES IS EITHER SATIRE OR DELIBERATE HOAX. DEPENDING ON WHICH, THIS MATERIAL IS ALSO SUBJECT TO BEING MOVED OR REMOVED IMMEDIATELY, AND SHOULD UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES, BE BELIEVED AS FACTUAL

dailybuzzlive.com

nationalreport.net

dailycurrant.com

Christiantimesnewspaper.com

theonion.com

dailyleak.org

empirenews.net

witscience.org

civictribune.com

mericapost.com

worldnewsdailyreport.com

nbc.com.co

abcnews.com.co

freewoodpost.com

realnewsrightnow.com

foxnews3.com

superstation95.com, redstatewatcher.com

In the posts below on this thread, several other sites have been identified by our members. These should be treated as if they fall into this list as well.
What is SQ?
 

summerthyme

Administrator
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Old history from over 10 years ago who is neither interesting or relevant today.
Well, except for members who don't know it, and thus don't know whose name can't be used...

S*t*e*v*e Q*u*a*y*l*e

Nothing from his site, or from interviews or anything from other sites that use his name.

Summerthyme
 

Cardinal

Snark: a higher form of communication
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Well, except for members who don't know it, and thus don't know whose name can't be used...

S*t*e*v*e Q*u*a*y*l*e

Nothing from his site, or from interviews or anything from other sites that use his name.

Summerthyme
I pm'd her.
 

packyderms_wife

Neither here nor there.

Is this on the proscribed list??? I really need to take a weekend look through the list and put it in alphabetical order and then post it here!
 

Bps1691

Veteran Member
Epidemiologist Behind Highly-Cited Coronavirus Model Drastically Revises Model

Epidemiologist Neil Ferguson, who created the highly-cited Imperial College London coronavirus model, which has been cited by organizations like The New York Times and has been instrumental in governmental policy decision-making, offered a massive revision to his model on Wednesday.

Ferguson’s model projected 2.2 million dead people in the United States and 500,000 in the U.K. from COVID-19 if no action were taken to slow the virus and blunt its curve.

However, after just one day of ordered lockdowns in the U.K., Ferguson is presenting drastically downgraded estimates, revealing that far more people likely have the virus than his team figured. Now, the epidemiologist predicts, hospitals will be just fine taking on COVID-19 patients and estimates 20,000 or far fewer people will die from the virus itself or from its agitation of other ailments, as reported by New Scientist Wednesday.

Ferguson thus dropped his prediction from 500,000 dead to 20,000.

 

Cardinal

Snark: a higher form of communication
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Hal Turner should be on this list.
Hal Turner
Harold Charles "Hal" Turner is an American far-right political commentator from North Bergen, New Jersey. Turner's viewpoints typically encompass Holocaust denial, conspiracy theory, white supremacy, and have included calls for assassination of government officials.Wikipedia
 
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