The false claim that delegates had to be flown to Davos by unvaccinated pilots has been circulating on social media.
Klaus Schwab was present at the opening of 2023 World Economic Forum. There are no reports of Schwab having health issues.
The idea of a 15-minute city refers to the proximity of services. Claims that it will restrict people's movements are part of conspiracy theories.
The World Economic Forum has not made any such suggestions. The claim originates from a site known for spreading misinformation.
Claims of a WEF initiative aimed at canceling Christmas traditions are fake and originated from a website known for spreading misinformation.
Jane Goodall spoke about the consequences of disproportionate population growth on the environment. A misleading quote has been attributed to her.
Is the World Economic Forum (WEF) calling for a new initiative to "slaughter" millions of cats and dogs in order to decrease the effects of climate change? No, that's not true: There is no evidence that this is a real WEF initiative. News
It is clear that Bill Gates makes no such claim in the unedited version of this clip.
Klaus Schwab's comments on restructuring the world for sustainable development are missing context, thus falsely linking them to conspiracy theories.
Rishi Sunak's appointment as U.K. prime minister was legitimate. The WEF did not install him in the position.
Was World Economic Forum Executive Chairman Klaus Schwab caught planning a "mass extinction event"? No, that's not true: The article and video that said so did not discuss the actions or words of Schwab, founder of the World Economic Foru
NewsPunch has misrepresented an opinion piece on WEF's blog. It never mentions social credit schemes or claims that lockdowns were a test.
Visuals of COVID-19 lockdowns in China have been wrongly shared to claim that Agenda 2030 will confine humanity and impose similar orders via drones.
Was Bill Gates caught admitting the climate change agenda is a giant scam for the New World Order? No, that's not true: A video clip of Gates used in a claim does not show him saying the word "scam" when speaking about climate change. He
Electric Ireland's tariff hike is related to wholesale energy prices. Claims regarding a WEF plan to enslave people are baseless conspiracies.
Did the World Economic Forum (WEF) post a tweet about "when being anti-bug is bigotry"? No, that's not true: A spokesperson for the WEF told Lead Stories the tweet is fake. Additionally, a search of the WEF's Twitter feed turned up no suc
Did the World Economic Forum (WEF) announce the recruitment of "information warriors" to control the narrative on social media? No, that's not true: The WEF has recruited no such people. An article making the claim misrepresents a UN init
Does the World Economic Forum (WEF), founded by Klaus Schwab, plan to censor the internet using artificial intelligence? No, that's not true: The WEF does not have the ability to make such a decision or enforce it. An opinion column by on
Was former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe assassinated because he didn't follow World Economic Forum (WEF) orders, didn't mandate COVID-19 vaccines, sent 1.6 million doses back and gave citizens ivermectin? No, that's not true: There'
A post on Facebook and Twitter appears to show a tweet from the World Economic Forum (WEF) which quotes its founder and executive chairman Klaus Schwab as saying: “As humanity moves further toward a post-carbon future people must accept things li
NHS' plan aims are providing better healthcare services and is being misrepresented as part of a global agenda to control people's lives.
Articles circulating on Facebook claim that Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF), has been arrested by police in Switzerland. The articles make vague allegations surrounding the supposed arrest, with one
The WEF has not proposed space bubbles to combat climate change. The forum has only republished a research article that has been misinterpreted.
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'
Was Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF), hospitalized after a bad reaction to a vaccine and does that mean he will not be speaking at the World Economic Forum event in Davos, Switzerland, in
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
Does a photo showing hospitalized Buffalo Bills football player Damar Hamlin without a clearly visible heart monitor prove that he did not undergo cardiac arrest during a January 2, 2023, football game? No, that's not true: A visible hear
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
Did Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy bring a national flag with the "Nazi SS" symbol to Washington, D.C.? No, that's not true: The image circulating on social media was flipped to distort the original inscription. The claim appeare
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.