David Rockefeller's fictious quote about the "New World Order" is still popular among conspiracy theorists.
Numerous conspiracy theories about the Rockefeller family are based on various unsubstantiated claims and misinformation. One of the most popular among them is a false quote attributed to David Rockefeller, which reads: "All we need is the right major crisis, and the nations will accept the New World Order”.
The quote gained momentum within a TV show “Paralele” that used to run on Radio-Television of the Federation of Bosnia & Herzegovina. This show was hosted by a conspiracist Mladen Marić until he passed away in 2019. However, it is still shared on social media.
Milorad Dodik did not announce a military exercise between Serbia and Republika Srpska
Radio Television of Republika Srpska (RTRS) recently reported that Republika Srpska and Serbia will organize a joint military exercise.
The story was published after a meeting between Milorad Dodik, the chairman of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Nebojša Stefanović, the Minister of Defense of Serbia. RTRS even quoted Milorad Dodik of saying it, even though he never mentioned the words Srpska or Republika Srpska in this context.
In fact, in his speech Dodik clearly stated that this military exercise would be organized by the Armed Forces of BiH and the Serbian Army. The entities in BiH do not actually have their own armies, ever since the establishment of the unified Armed Forces of BiH in 2006.
People who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 can donate blood
The claims that people who got their vaccine against COVID-19 could not donate blood anymore has spread on social networks, appearing on 11 different Twitter and Facebook accounts, including the profile of a distinguished conspiracist Saša Borojević, whose post got more than 2.000 reactions.
However, the fact is that a blood donation can be made immediately or after 14 days after receiving the vaccine, depending on its type. As many times before, this was another misinformation aimed at promoting the anti-vaccination narrative.
EU’s "COVID passports" were not released on March 17
Beta news agency, among several others, falsely reported that “COVID passports” will be in force in the European Union after March 17.
Beta news agency from Serbia was the first one to publish this false information, citing the Euronews. However, nowhere did Euronews state that the passports would be in force after March 17; rather, it reported that a post-vaccination certificate proposal would be presented on that date.
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has said it would be technically possible to develop "green passports" within about three months using data indicating whether a person has been vaccinated, tested negative, or is immune after contracting the disease, but that many political issues must first be resolved.
It is not true that "50% of Montenegrin citizens" are in favor of leaving NATO
The Montenegrin media outlet “Pobjeda” announced that 50% of the citizens of this country are in favor of leaving NATO, citing the recently published NATO Secretary General’s Annual Report.
However, the actual results of the research show just the opposite. The NATO report states that among those polled, 30 percent of Montenegrin citizens would vote in favor of leaving NATO, 50 percent would choose to remain in the Alliance, while 20 percent stated “undecided”.