Narrative Control Operations Escalate As America Burns
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Narrative Control Operations Escalate As America Burns

Wikipedia, Facebook, Twitter, and mainstream media are falling all over themselves with censorship and spin jobs to get the narrative back under control as mass protests continue to sweep across America. In 2017, representatives of Facebook, Twitter, and Google were instructed in a US Senate Judiciary Committee hearing that it is their responsibility to “quell information…

The Problem of Wikipedia
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The Problem of Wikipedia

Over the course of my life I have watched integrity shrivel up and die everywhere in the Western world. It is not like it was ever really abundant, but there was a goodly amount of it, and it had authority. People, especially those in public life, weren’t shameless as they are today. In the past…

Andrew Philip Cross: Wikipedia Editing Scandal Continues (But For How Much Longer?)
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Andrew Philip Cross: Wikipedia Editing Scandal Continues (But For How Much Longer?)

Who is “Philip Cross” the notorious Wikipedia editor who has made so many people’s lives a misery over the past fifteen years due to his relentless malicious editing of their pages and pages on which they are cited? He’s the obsessive, at it night-and-day, 365-days a year Wikipedia editor and online stalker whose account is…

Like Foxes Guarding the Henhouse: How Public Opinion is Manipulated on Wikipedia
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Like Foxes Guarding the Henhouse: How Public Opinion is Manipulated on Wikipedia

Independent German investigators Markus Fiedler and Dirk Pohlmann have told Sputnik Deutschland about some of the mysterious Wikipedia editors they say are responsible for ‘safeguarding’ mainstream viewpoints on the world’s largest and most influential free online encyclopedia. With Germans’ trust in the mass media on the decline, more and more people are turning to the internet for their news…

More About Wikipedia’s Corruption
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More About Wikipedia’s Corruption

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 whistleblow instead of to accept the corruption by his own and Uzbekistan’s Governments. Wikipedia’s article about him says that…