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VIDEO: The Truth According To Wikipedia (CIA-Gatekeepers)

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posted on Apr, 29 2008 @ 09:33 AM
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Have you ever wonder why & how Wikipedia became 1 of the most visited sites in every 1st-world country? It's in bed with Google (CIA), NASA, NSA, and the architects of Web 2.0 (which seems to be extremely anti-privacy & security).

Wikipedia has been turned into a big CIA-Op, and it's used to mislead & track people, who dare trust it as a reliable source of all pertinent information & extremely controversial subjects, such as the 9/11 attacks, OKC Bombing, William Cooper, UFOs, AIDS/HIV, and other man-made diseases.

The CIA's virtual-pets & projects: Google, YouTube, Wikipedia, MSN, and so on.

The CIA habitually takes over mainstream-media, like those websites. They would like us to believe Wikipedia is still managed by common folks, with no connection to the federal government, but that's not the real truth, it's only The Truth According To Wikipedia (CIA):



The Truth according to Wikipedia

Google or Wikipedia? Those of us who search online -- and who doesn't? -- are getting referred more and more to Wikipedia. For the past two years, this free online "encyclopedia of the people" has been topping the lists of the world's most popular websites. But do we really know what we're using? Backlight plunges into the story behind Wikipedia and explores the wonderful world of Web 2.0. Is it a revolution, or pure hype?

Director IJsbrand van Veelen goes looking for the truth behind Wikipedia. Only five people are employed by the company, and all its activities are financed by donations and subsidies. The online encyclopedia that everyone can contribute to and revise is now even bigger than the illustrious Encyclopedia Britannica.
Does this spell the end for traditional institutions of knowledge such as Britannica? And should we applaud this development as progress or mourn it as a loss? How reliable is Wikipedia? Do "the people" really hold the lease on wisdom? And since when do we believe that information should be free for all?
In this film, "Wikipedians," the folks who spend their days writing and editing articles, explain how the online encyclopedia works. In addition, the parties involved discuss Wikipedia's ethics and quality of content. It quickly becomes clear that there are camps of both believers and critics.
Wiki's Truth introduces us to the main players in the debate: Jimmy Wales (founder and head Wikipedian), Larry Sanger (co-founder of Wikipedia, now head of Wiki spin-off Citizendium), Andrew Keen (author of The Cult of the Amateur: How Today's Internet Is Killing Our Culture and Assaulting Our Economy), Phoebe Ayers (a Wikipedian in California), Ndesanjo Macha (Swahili Wikipedia, digital activist), Tim O'Reilly (CEO of O'Reilly Media, the "inventor" of Web 2.0), Charles Leadbeater (philosopher and author of We Think, about crowdsourcing), and Robert McHenry (former editor-in-chief of Encyclopedia Britannica). Opening is a video by Chris Pirillo.

The questions surrounding Wikipedia lead to a bigger discussion of Web 2.0, a phenomenon in which the user determines the content. Examples include YouTube, MySpace, Facebook, and Wikipedia. These sites would appear to provide new freedom and opportunities for undiscovered talent and unheard voices, but just where does the boundary lie between expert and amateur? Who will survive according to the laws of this new "digital Darwinism"? Are equality and truth really reconcilable ideals? And most importantly, has the Internet brought us wisdom and truth, or is it high time for a cultural counterrevolution?


[edit on 29-4-2008 by AnonymousHippo]




posted on Apr, 29 2008 @ 09:38 AM
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This thread is not cause for discussion.

WARNING, PROPOGANDA INCOMING



posted on Apr, 29 2008 @ 09:46 AM
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Google is just one of many vehicles they use to compile part of your soul matrix to eventually use against you. E search engines build psych profiles on you or one of many ways they do it

The crazier and more scifi-like the truer it is, so yes...to the 2nd post (Propaganda Incoming) or rather..its alot deeper and more unbelievable than you would think.



posted on Apr, 29 2008 @ 12:47 PM
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They have been collecting data about us since the internet was made public, and all of us just logged in it. Generally, people "submit" & expose their location & other personal-information via the internet: It's the world's governments' tool. We serve them in 1 way or another just by using it.



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