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(LifeSiteNews) – YouTube put a disclaimer on video by the verified account of the “World Government Summit,” calling it a conspiracy theory.

The video is titled “Are We Ready for a New World Order?” and features a discussion at the World Government Summit 2022 with several high-profile participants including presidential advisers, CEOs of think tanks, and economists. It is moderated by CNN anchor Becky Anderson.

The “context disclaimer” underneath the video reads “The New World Order is a conspiracy theory which hypothesizes a secretly emerging totalitarian world government.” It contains a link to a Wikipedia article about the alleged “conspiracy theory” of the New World Order.

The World Government Summit is an annual meeting of elites from around the world, taking place in Dubai. During the meeting, world leaders discuss global governance processes and technological advances, among other things.

In the video, economist Dr. Pippa Malmgren said that a completely new financial system of digital currencies will “underpin the world order.” Dr. Anwar bin Mohammed Gargash, diplomatic adviser to the United Arab Emirates said that “nationalism” and “state sovereignty” are major issues holding back the New World Order.

The flagging of this video by the official account of the Word Government Summit as a conspiracy theory reveals the absurdity of these context disclaimers.

The practice by big tech social media platforms of putting “disclaimers” beneath posts that challenge mainstream narratives was widely used during the COVID crisis. For instance, Twitter labeled many of President Donald Trump’s tweets “misleading and potentially harmful,” even one about his own health that turned out to be correct.

Many have called out the absurdity of labeling the video of the World Government Summit as a conspiracy theory.

“Folks, we’re officially at the point where reality has been labeled a ‘conspiracy theory’ by our wonderful corporate keepers,” a writer named Cardinal Pritchard wrote in an article for Not the Bee. “Yes, even though these are real world leaders discussing a real plan for world government, YouTube decided that yes, global governance is still a conspiracy theory and you’d better not look into it because it’s not real.”

Journalist and YouTuber Tim Pool also commented on the incident in a tweet:

Ha, its real

The “World Government Summit 2022” literally asks “Are you ready for a new world order” and youtube is like “this official and VERIFIED video is a conspiracy”

The term New World Order has been used throughout the 20th and 21st century, beginning with U.S. President Woodrow Wilson and the formation of the League of Nations, the predecessor of the United Nations. The phrase was also used by George H.W. Bush during a presidential address in 1990.

During the COVID crisis, the term has been used by multiple government officials as a reference to a new globalist order with centralized control and surveillance. This New World Order would be ushered in after the Great Reset, a term coined by World Economic founder Klaus Schwab, was successful.

A senior Australian health officer used the term in 2021 when she said that “We will be looking at what contact tracing looks like in the New World Order […]”

New South Wales Health Minister Brad Hazzard also used the term multiple times in the context of the COVID response.

Cardinal Gerhard Müller has called the New World Order “diabolic,” and named billionaires Bill Gates and George Soros as proponents of the plan.

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