The thesis deals with the phenomenon of "fake news" or fake news. A term that erupted in 2015-2016 and became notorious, had a huge impact on the media scene. "False news" is not to be taken as something in the literal sense alone. In the twenty-first century fake news became the "fake news" an environment entangled in a web of events that make it for what it is. The problem of the "fake news" syntax today is the product of certain political-ideological developments in technological-information shifts. To understand today's potential "fake news" means to look at the ideological context that emerges from understanding the broader constellation of processes that get so called "fake news" the massive impact like they have today. What are the real ramifications of "fake news", or is it merely a verbal tool for discrediting opponents.