Popular radio host and book author Steve Quayle blasted the recent United Nations (UN) declaration of war against what the intergovernmental organization calls “dangerous conspiracy theories.” In an article declaring war against “disinformation,” the UN contested the claims that the world is being secretly run by the global elites. The UN even provided the public with a toolkit to “pre-bunk” and “debunk” anybody who dares to suggest that world governments are anything but completely honest, upstanding and transparent. “In my opinion, this article is a pre-execution plan for taking out any political resistance and it’s gonna go from there to anybody who will be determined to be terrorists. They have their pickup lists,” Quayle said during a recent “Hagmann Report” episode.
“This is the most devastating article that is spelling out what’s coming, identified, vilify and now, they’re nullifying all conspiracy theories. This is insidious. It’s wicked and it’s deadly,” he added.
According to the UN, George Soros, the Rothschilds and Israel must not be linked to any “alleged conspiracies” and that current occurrences are not “secretly manipulated behind the scenes by powerful forces with negative intent.” It also encouraged people, who encounter anybody who thinks the global elites are conspiring to consolidate power and dictate global events, to take action. (Related: UN warns of ‘worrying and dangerous’ conspiracy theories.)
Meanwhile, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) teamed up with Twitter, the European Commission and the World Jewish Congress to launch the campaign dubbed #ThinkBeforeSharing: Stop the spread of conspiracy theories. As per the UN specialized agency, one must immediately post a relevant link to a “fact-checking website” comment section once one comes across a supposed “misinformation.”
Host Doug Hagmann reacted to that. “To pre-bunk any claims means they are going to kill these in the womb before it takes hold. And, of course, the fact-checkers are gonna show that none of the assertions are true. Anybody who’d be tagged ‘conspiracy theorist’ would be mocked, ridiculed and de-platformed,” Hagmann said.