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Founders: Daniel Ivandjiiski, Tim Backshall, Colin Lokey

Owner: ABC Media Limited
Constitutes: blog

Zero Hedge is a financial website which doesn't shrink from perspectives censored by the commercially-controlled media. It was included in the original 2016 PropOrNot list of 200 "Fake News" websites and has been consistantly one of the most popular sites on that list.

Attribution

All the Zero Hedge writers write under the pseudonym 'Tyler Durden'.

September 11, 2001

Full article: Rated 4/5 9-11

On September 11, 2018, Zero Hedge posted an article by David Stolinsky which supported the 9/11 official narrative of the 19 hijackers that recommended that the US use a "size-14 boot stomp... [in the Middle East] to encourage our friends and frighten our enemies".[1]

Censorship

Zero Hedge was censored in New Zealand after the Christchurch Mass Shooting‎. A few days earlier it had been censored by Facebook, a ban that was later termed "a mistake" and repealed.

 

A Quote by Zero Hedge

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PropOrNot“In this article, you'll meet some of the people staffing Propornot. You'll meet the people and publications that provide their expenses and cover the logistics. You'll meet a few of the deep state players. We'll deal with them very soon. They need to see this as the warning shot over the bow and start playing nice with regular people. After that, you'll meet the NGO's that are funding and orchestrating all of it.”25 January 2018

 

Documents sourced from Zero Hedge

TitleTypeSubject(s)Publication dateAuthor(s)Description
Document:Mueller Scrambles To Limit Evidence After Indicted Russians Actually Show Up In CourtArticleRobert Mueller
Russia
Concord Management and Consulting
Alleged Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections
13 June 2018'Tyler Durden'This is probably the first time in the history of litigation that a plaintiff (here, prosecutor) has told a court that it may not have obtained good service of process on a defendant that has appeared to defend the case on the merits. Robert Mueller to US District Court: "We didn’t really mean it, Judge! We had no idea they might actually show up!"
Document:Russia Claims US Deploys Warships For Imminent Attack On Syria, Trains Militants For False Flag Attackblog postSyria
White Helmets
Hamish de Bretton-Gordon
Sergei Skripal
Novichok
17 March 2018'Tyler Durden'United States-led coalition to "retaliate" for another false flag chemical attack done by the White Helmets in Syria
Document:Sept 11 Widow Is First American To Sue Saudi Arabia For Terrorism: Her Full LawsuitArticle9-11
Saudi Arabia
Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act
1 October 2016'Tyler Durden'Widow of 9-11 victim Navy Commander Patrick Dunn sues Saudi Arabia


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