The Extraordinary Political Bias and Corruption Scandal at Wikipedia

Wikipedia accused of corruption

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Because I thought that a user updated #encyclopedia like #Wikipedia was a great idea, I financially supported the Wikipedia organisation with a small monthly contribution.

That is, until I became suspicious of the (political) bias that was becoming more and more evident especially on those pages detailing currently controversial material. That was it. No more Wikipedia for me and no more donations. I am sure #George_Soros will be happy to pick up the slack.

It wasn’t long before I started seeing posts by others confirming my suspicions about a Wikipedia agenda to manipulate the data on their web site to suit their political bias.

Wikipedia can no longer be trusted to tell the truth. Students should NOT quote Wikipedia articles as references in their essays.

The article below puts it all concisely in a nutshell. How disappointing that such a good idea was, in the end, manipulated to become a tool to further a political agenda.

— Barefoot Warrior
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The Extraordinary Political Bias and Corruption Scandal at Wikipedia

Wikipedia has been caught in a massive information fiddling operation by Craig Murray, one of Britain’s most respected journalists. It’s a very big deal, and it’s going to get a lot bigger.

Russia Insider is also the victim of endless manipulation of their Wikipedia page at the hands of ‘#globalists’.

by Eric Zuesse

The latest report about Wikipedia’s corruption comes from the great investigative journalist #Craig_Murray, who had been in the UK’s Foreign Service from 1984-2004 and who was forced out in 2004 because, having been since 2002 UK’s Ambassador to Uzbekistan, he decided to whistle-blow instead of to accept the corruption by his own and Uzbekistan’s Governments. 

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