TikTok spending $1 million to fight social media “misinformation” that questions official COP28 narratives (which are rooted in climate LIES)

The COP28 conference in Dubai is currently underway and TikTok is trying to control the narrative about it on its platform with a $1 million censorship injection.

Climate-related content is surging on TikTok right now because of the globalist climate event, the seven-year timeline and other details of which have prophetic significance.

Ian Gill, TikTok’s Global Head of Sustainability, is voicing concerns about what TikTok users are talking about concerning COP28, global warming being a hot button issue in the public conversation.

Gill helped launch a $1 million initiative specifically to control the climate “misinformation” and “disinformation” on TikTok. This initiative involves Verified for Climate, a joint project of the United Nations and Purpose.

TikTok’s new initiative is based on the controversial premise that the so-called science on global warming is settled: the planet is melting (or something). To keep TikTok users aligned with this premise, a group of “Verified Champions” from Brazil, Spain, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) will be curating from COP28 and other sources a climate narrative of which TikTok approves.

Any TikTok content that does not align with the established climate narrative of Verified Champions will be labeled as “harmful misinformation,” and will also include links to “reliable information.”

(Related: Potentially millions of otherwise healthy teenagers now believe they suffer from rare mental disorders due to “self-diagnosing” trend on TikTok.)

Defy the climate “consensus,” get banned from TikTok

How TikTok’s Verified Champions will determine what constitutes misinformation and disinformation remains unclear, likely intentionally. They are probably waiting to get all their talking points from whatever transpires at COP28 in the coming days.

With Gill at the helm, TikTok has become a one-strike-you’re-out platform that no longer tolerates dissenting views about the climate. Users who defy the scientific “consensus” often get banned from the platform entirely.

“They ban content that contradicts the scientific consensus on climate change, including denial of its reality or causes,” reports Reclaim the Net. “Yet, in doing so, they might also be stifling legitimate debates and alternative perspectives in the scientific community.”

TikTok is now a hub, of sorts, for climate-related content on the internet. Hashtags like #climatechange have accrued billions of views, meaning many people are coming to TikTok to watch information, aka propaganda, about climate change and global warming.

One of Gill’s priorities is to transform what he calls climate “anxiety” into empowerment and action. TikTok’s many videos covering climate dialogues through documentary series and other materials are supposed to make the climate anxious feel calmer about global temperatures.

Climate anxiety, by the way, is a form of mental illness in which a brainwashed person who thinks the planet is melting due to carbon dioxide (CO2) suffers from delusions of a coming climate apocalypse unless people stop eating meat, having children, driving cars, and breathing.

TikTok claims to support all points of view on the climate, but this latest COP28 initiative shows that the Chinese-owned social media platform is opposed to viewpoints that contradict the official climate narrative.

Communist China, by the way, is perhaps the foremost entity driving the “green” agenda because the more the United States and the West ditch earth-based “fossil” fuels in favor of wind turbines, solar panels, and electric vehicles, the more China profits.

The vast majority of the elements, minerals, and resources required to produce “renewable” energy technologies come from China. And China’s goal, eventually, is to cripple and take over the U.S. to become the new global superpower.

More of the latest news about TikTok’s censorship efforts can be found at Censorship.news.

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