The WEF has not proposed space bubbles to combat climate change. The forum has only republished a research article that has been misinterpreted.
The claim relies on a deliberate misrepresentation of an unrelated quote from an interview first shared six months before.
https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/policy/economy/fact-check-biden-economy President Joe Biden boasted
A 2010 image of Pakistan flood victims waiting for food and water in Sukkur has been falsely shared as the recent economic crisis in Pakistan.
The World Economic Forum hired “unvaccinated pilots” to fly people into Davos, Switzerland, for its annual meeting for safety reasons.
Klaus Schwab was present at the opening of 2023 World Economic Forum. There are no reports of Schwab having health issues.
Did Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF), ban "vaccinated pilots from transporting World Economic Forum members in and out of Davos due to the safety risk they pose"? No, there's no evidence that'
Is the World Economic Forum (WEF) or its founder and executive chairman, Klaus Schwab, planning a major cyberattack that would effectively shut down "our society as a whole"? No, that's not true: There is no evidence that the WEF or Schwa
The World Economic Forum annual meeting 2022 in Davos, Switzerland.(Photo by Zheng Huansong/Xinhua via Getty Images) Claims are circulating online that the World Economic Forum has called for the decriminalization of pedophilia. These claims are false.
Quotes attributed to the WEF and its co-founder Klaus Schwab circulating on Facebook have been denied by a WEF spokesperson.
The WEF is not imposing climate lockdowns. Rightwing influencer Jack Posobiec misrepresents an opinion piece on the WEF blog.
Did the World Economic Forum (WEF) or its founder and executive chairman, Klaus Schwab, tweet or say that "Jesus is the original fake news"? No, that's not true: There is no evidence that the statement is from Schwab or the WEF. The claim
A video claims that the WEF has launched an initiative to stop Christmas traditions—but no such initiative exists.
Did the World Economic Forum declare, as part of a purported campaign to promote public acceptance of pedophilia, that "pedophiles will save humanity"? No, that's not true: No credible evidence exists that the WEF has made any such statem
(Stock photo by Getty Images.) Claims are circulating online that the World Economic Forum has called for pet animals to be slaughtered to combat climate change. These claims are false. The claims appear to originate from two media sources: an
Did the World Economic Forum (WEF) issue an order directing the public to bathe once weekly or less as part of an effort to combat climate change and save the planet? No, that's not true: There is no credible evidence that WEF has issued
Did the World Economic Forum (WEF) tweet that "Christmas must be abolished" to fight climate change? No, that's not true: There is no evidence that this is a real tweet and it does not appear on the official WEF Twitter account. The claim
According to an article on the website Newspunch, the World Economic Forum (WEF) has said that God is dead, that Jesus is "fake news," that WEF leaders have gained divine powers to rule over humanity, and that they will turn humans into gods
Did U.S. Special Forces arrest World Economic Forum (WEF) Chairman Klaus Schwab because he ordered the genocide of 90 percent of the world's population by forcing them to get vaccinated against COVID-19? No, that's not true: A WEF spokesm
No, the WEF has not called for an initiative to kill pets to fight climate change.
Did World Economic Forum (WEF) Chairman Klaus Schwab suffer a second heart attack? No, that's not true: A WEF press spokesman said Schwab has never experienced a heart attack and confirmed that he is in "good health." The claim appeared i
A BBC news bulletin claimed a recent rise in the number of people who are neither working nor looking for work is “largely because of long Covid”. But there are reasons to believe much of the rise is
Is the Dutch government planning to cancel its membership in the World Economic Forum, the Swiss-based international public policy organization? No, that's not true: The claim is based on a press release by a radical-right opposition part
The video makes false claims about the associations between particular individuals and organizations to support the ‘Great Reset’ conspiracy theory.
The prediction in the video is from a blog by a WEF contributor, with their take on the world in 2030. It is not the WEF's declaration of intent.
An out-of-context screenshot of an article from 2018 has led to misleading claims being shared online.
Georgia governor candidate Stacey Abrams, a Democrat, went on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” and said abortion is an economic issue. But she didn’t claim that having abortions would solve women’s, or families’, inflation-sparked financial challenges.
Rishi Sunak is not a member of the WEF. Its membership base is made up of companies, not individuals.
Only months into the job, Prime Minister Liz Truss is on her way out already, leaving her government in search of a new leader and a way to regain public trust.
Will the World Economic Forum (WEF) soon force people to wear "brain implants" so that the global elite can read their minds? No, that's not true: This claim turns a speculative conversation about possible future technologies into a plot
The Great Reset advocates replacing capitalism with an economic system that is “kind of socialism, kind of communism” but “mostly just fascism.”
When President Joe Biden signed the American Rescue Plan into law in March 2021, U.S. gross domestic product had increased for three quarters straight, and the unemployment rate had decreased nearly nine percentage points from its pandemic peak. Bu
The World Economic Forum has called for the end of “wasteful private car ownership.”
The WEF has proposed shared car ownership as a way to reduce material usage. But not for private vehicle ownership to be ended or restricted.
A digitally-manipulated tweet claiming to be from the WEF has been shared on social media.
The energy crisis is primarily the result of recent changes to the energy market following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The WEF has not claimed they want to microchip humans; this belief and the idea they want to control the world is tied to the Great Reset conspiracy.
In an article, WEF discussed how to reduce metal demand by sharing products like cars. It did not suggest ending private car ownership altogether.
The Mail on Sunday recently published an article stating that four in 10 people crossing the Channel in small boats are from Albania.
A Facebook post claims that the WEF has said there will be no need for animal charities in the future as people won’t have pets or eat meat. It hasn’t said this.