[Trending Now] This List Contains All Fake And Satire Sites And You Should Know Them Before You Click And React
Ever since the birth of the internet , it has been open as a source of information people want to know. Unfortunately, fake news and sa...
Ever since the birth of the internet, it has been open as a source of information people want to know. Unfortunately, fake news and satire news taken seriously has also penetrated the internet, fooling most people into believing what they read is real.
Meme Buster, a website know for debunking lies on the internet, has compiled list of fake and satire sites so that people would be informed.
As stated in a previous report by Trending News Portal (TNP), TNP is not a fake news website nor satire website as it verifies its news first before posting about it, respecting journalism's value of verification.
Here are the fake news sites:
1) Pinoy Speak (Duterte News)
They have reported false reports including Pacquiao donating $5 million for Duterte's war on drugs and Jackie Chan wanting to make a movie about Duterte's first 100 days. They don't bother to check their sources.
They claim that their site is satire but all of their articles are far from that. It's mostly fake positive news about Duterte including earning praises from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon and US Democrat Presiential Candidate Hillary Clinton.
It has posted a lot of fake news articles like death hoax of Christian inspirational speaker Joyce Meyeer and Floyd Mayweather agreeing to a rematch with Manny Pacquiao. Update24 has been a constant "victim" of Meme Buster.
4) BBC 101
BBBC 101 with Betty B. Cole is not affiliated and will never be affiliated with BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation). Fake news articles include UK Parliament endorsing Duterte's war on drugs and Queen Elizabeth congratulating the Philippine Senate for ousting Sen. Leila De Lima as the justice committee chair. Like she cares.
Du30newsinfo has articles from fake articles and satirical news and passes these off as real news. Even is it posts some real positive news about Duterte, it oftens publish fake news against Duterte’s critics.
Some of it includes US President Barack Obama calling de Lima abnormal, Duterte appointing the late Miriam Santiago as new Supreme Court Chief Justice, Putin calling Ramos blind, and Agot Isidro linked with a convicted drug lord.
Worse, Du30newsinfo is linked to Facebook page “Duterte Para sa Pagbabago.”
OKd2 is known for making a news about Disneyland being built in the Philippines go viral. According to their "About Us", there is a "very rare case" they may post fictional news for entertainemnt purpises. Fake articles include Miriam Santiago telling Duterte not to trust Vice President Leni Robredo and Teddy Casino barred from entering Lung Center of the Philippines.
Another website related to a Duterte Facebook page (Duterte Media and Duterte News Global), this site is fond of publishing news from suspicious and satire sites. Fake news include Jaybee Sebastain link to former president Noynoy Aquino and Sen. Risa Hontiveros filing for color coding bill in MRT and LRT.
8) Tartey (Pinoy Viral News)
Tartey has posted a lot of articles from Newstrendph. Tartey’s disclaimer says it “makes no representations, warranties, or assurances as to the accuracy or completeness of the content” of its site.
9) Balitang Pinas
They have a disclaimer saying they don't have a guarantee on posting articles as they even advised their readers to do more research. This page is linked to Facebook page "Duterte Balita".
10) Pinoy Online Update
Pilipinas Online Updates’s disclaimer says wherein it does not assure its readers as to the accuracy, currency or completeness of its content. They are known for making their fake news about Angelina Jolie prasing Duterte viral.
11) Pinoy Article
They are known for posting fake articles like Trudeau saying a lovely message to the Filipinos and Hillary Clinton calling Duterte "The Man"
12) Social News PH
Social News PH’s disclaimer says that it does not give assurances as to the accuracy, completeness and currency of its content. They posted an article saying PNoy is the mastermind behind drug labs in the country. They're connected with "President Duterte Random Photos" Facebook page.
Duterte supporter Mocha Uson has stated some of these sites are dangerous to the reputation of Duterte and his supporters and alleging the "yellows" of creating these sites to put some dirt on their names.
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1) Da1lyMail or Mail in One
Satire of international media outlet Daily Mail, it has a disclaimer saying "By reading from this website, you agree to it that the Internet was invented by a young Filipino in 2016 few days after Rodrigo Duterte ascended to the throne. This means that, there was not Internet before 2016. Leave this website immediately if you do not agree to this. lol"
2) The T1mes
Obviously, it's a satire of Time magazine. Their disclaimer: The T1mes declared that it is the “world’s satire news website. That means the stories on this site are made up. Yep, even the one about Jesus coming today… actually that one was real.
Why do they put 1 on making international media outlets satire? Obviously, this is a satire of The Guardian. Disclaimer: “By reading from this website, you accept that the world was created by the US President Barack Obama. Kindly leave the website immediately if you do not accept this fact.”
4) ON DA MIC
Disclaimer: “ON DA MIC is a news and political satire web publication, comprised of individual posts, some taken from or inspired by real news events but the stories are almost entirely works of complete fiction. This site is a source of parody, satire and humor and is for entertainment purposes only.”
6) So, What's News?
Remember when they posted an article about Mocha Uson meeting Obama and she got mad about it? Also, remember when they said that Jinggoy Estrada tried to smuggled drugs by implanting it on his breasts and he even made an official statement about it, denying the claims! Hilarious! Those news came from this satire site.
7) Adobo Chronicles
Their story on Japan being visa-free for the Philippines even reached to the Embassy of Japan and they have to make a clarification about it. Yup, this site is fake.
Now you know what sites you should click, read, and share. Your timeline would be better now if you will remove these sites from your feed.