Left-leaning news wire the Associated Press claims that the spread of WEF ‘conspiracy theories’ can make people violent.
In an effort to curb what it perceives to be a threat to the established narrative surrounding the World Economic Forum (WEF), the Associated Press (AP) has released a widely read article claiming that criticism of the WEF can lead to “violence.”
The article titled As elites arrive in Davos, conspiracy theories thrive online cites Alex Friedfeld, a “researcher” at the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). He is quoted as saying:
“Creating all that kind of stuff can generate enemies that people believe are responsible for whatever bad thing is happening in the world. Once that happens, when you believe that that things are happening in the world and a certain person or group of people is responsible for these attacks, all of a sudden, the idea of using violence to resist becomes more plausible.”
Basically, the AP is saying that anyone that challenges the established narrative on the WEF may be prone to violence, hence, people need to not question the narrative and just play along.
While many of the conspiracy theories floating around online are baseless, and some of them are quite whacky, there is genuine criticism of the WEF. Brushing off genuine criticism of the WEF is just another example of the left-wing media trying to control the narrative.
Unfortunately for them, many people are beginning to wake up and see through their lies and misdirection.
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