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Topic: Conspiracies
A Falun Gong rally in Sydney on August 24, 2019. (Image: AAP/Jeremy Piper)

Morrison’s China push feeds local QAnon theorists who say Satanists rule world

Prime Minister Scott Morrison's call for an investigation into China's handling of the coronavirus has provided fresh content for Australian conspiracy theorists.

Donald Trump with White House coronavirus response coordinator Dr Deborah Birx (Image: AP/Alex Brandon)

An incomplete list of Trump’s favourite conspiracy theories

Donald Trump leaned on conspiracy theories long before he became president. Why would he stop now?

Lockdown protesters outside Parliament House in Melbourne (Image: AAP/Scott Barbour)

Supercharged conspiracy theorists are no longer a laughing matter

Conspiracy theorists are becoming more globalised, more extreme and more violent.

South Korean soldiers spray disinfectant in Seoul (Image: EPA/JEON HEON-KYUN)

How to spot and talk to a COVID-19 conspiracy theorist

As COVID-19 conspiracy theories spreading around the globe at an alarming rate, how do we battle the spread of disinformation?

A screenshot from a video that purports to show Tim Stewart, a promoter of the far-right QAnon conspiracy, with Prime Minister Scott Morrison.

Scott Morrison’s conspiracy-theorist friend claims he has the PM’s ear — and can influence what he says

A friend of Scott Morrison, who is also a promoter of the far-right QAnon conspiracy that contends a cabal of Satan-worshiping paedophiles rule the world, has made extensive claims online and to others about his influence over the PM.