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Wikipedia: Bitch-Slap the Government and Media

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posted on Jan, 10 2010 @ 05:59 AM
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There are far too many lies propagated by the US government, there are far too many corruptions and crimes against humanity committed by US citizens employed by a government structure, and there are far too many people being duped by the media. Prepare to play with power, and it isn't Nintendo.

The Big 3 lies, they focus on a UFO, a President, and a Building. Of course, the UFO cover up was Roswell, and the President assassination was John F Kennedy, and the final injustice was the World Trade Center attack. They are the Big 3.

Although there are many more, in fact too many for one topic, we all know the elements of lies surrounding the Big 3. Does any one person have the guts or glory to drive in their car, find a free wireless signal and post the truth on Wikipedia.com?

You read the Big 3 on Wikipedia.com, and the official statements are that the conspiracy theory is wrong, and to this very minute, all 3 tell a tale of lies and deceit on the website.

The only sophisticated propaganda machine the government rules is the mainstream media, so why is it that a highly respected source of information such as Wikipedia is promoting the same lies on an internet?

Wikipedia is not owned by the government, at least not yet anyways, but it is playing for profit, and therefore it plays by the rules. However, the Wikipedia site is one that can only be achieved by the grace of other online input, from people everywhere and anywhere.

So, be a hero, fight the media engine and go to tell the truth, be a Robin Hood of Wikipedia. Be a hero and tell the world who do not go to conspiracy sites and still rely on what they hear from the media, go tell them all the real truth,

It is not like you are going to rob a bank or a cheeseburger, you are not even committing a crime, so what is to be afraid of, nothing. Hell, even add a link to your favourite websites, why not, it is a public run website and the government does not control it.

Oh yah, I forgot, they don’t need to control the website, they just need to control people with fear of being detained and tortured secretively and in private. Sorry, I forgot about that, sorry I mentioned it. Don’t want to see some nice man or lady here getting pulled out of their bed at night, whisked away, dragged into a dungeon or cement and be beaten by the good folk who are there to protect you citizens from criminals, except their own.

F*ck it, I will just say it, Wikipedia is a wonderful source of collective knowledge, and it is now a threat to the government.

What if people knew more truth about the Big 3, what if they knew more truth about the evils committed by government against innocent children in Waco, Texas? What if people knew more truth about every issue talked about on these conspiracy sites?

The two top words online are Google and Wikipedia. Almost anything you type into a search box almost always has a Wikipedia link as one of the very first links, almost ANY AND EVERY SEARCH WORD.

You want to get the truth out about Dan Rather in the 1970s doing a full scale report on the Americans who sued the government for tricking them to use the Swine Flu vaccination and became paralyzed? Place a link to the video on Wikipedia. People are resourcing Wikipedia to learn about the Swine Flu, so put the link to the video there so Dan Rather can tell them.

Just imagine this scenario. On the Eve of the tenth anniversary of 9/11, you make a post telling the whole truth about the inside job being detonated with explosives, and the next day, millions who have never heard this from the media suddenly read the obvious truth. Imagine that. More power than a underwear bomb on a plane right at your fingertips.

Conspiracy sites are niche sites, they are not Wikipedia.com. So, if you got the nerve, go be a hero, go make a copy and paste post there sometime. Make a phony account, post from a local wireless point like a hotel, and fear not, be a modern day Robin Hood.

Anyways, this is all just for fun, we all know that nobody here or are on any other conspiracy site is really going to consider doing something like this, right??? After all, Michael Moore and his team can put up their version of 9/11 on Wikipedia.com, oh yah, dumb idea, he already made a movie about it.

Well, it was fun while it lasted all, too bad this post will never get enough steam to motivate others to do it, at least until the government finally just makes truth and marijuana legal, which will never happen because both truth and marijuana will end wars.

And oh yah, I would like to say Happy Birthday in advance to Osama Bin Laden; and Osama, if you are reading this, just want to say I hope the caves are keeping you warm. Oh who am I kidding, Osama won’t be reading this from a cave, he doesn’t even really exist. Let me try again. Hello Santa Claus, if you are reading this…




posted on Jan, 10 2010 @ 06:07 AM
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Why do you feel people have to cruise around looking to change Wiki pages using other peoples wireless signals? Other than that, good post star and flag



posted on Jan, 10 2010 @ 06:23 AM
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I was jokingly meaning that for thr people who are fearful the government would track their IP address and do horrible things like what was done to that Brazilian man in your thread recently, and I am just kidding again.

Thanks for the flag.



posted on Jan, 10 2010 @ 07:01 AM
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Well here's the thing..
Wikipedia is an encyclopedia, therefore what is written on it should be fact.
9/11, officially, was done by terrorists. JFK, officially, was done by a lone gunman. Roswell was, officially, a weather balloon.

You can't simply edit the articles to turn them from "fact" to speculation. You will get banned, and if you do it a second time IP banned.

If you use other peoples wifi, you will get them IP banned instead and if you are caught using their wifi you could be charged by the police.

Besides, all of those "Big 3" articles include information about the related conspiracy theories or alternative theories. Some even have their own pages. I'm not sure what you are complaining about.



posted on Jan, 10 2010 @ 04:19 PM
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Originally posted by Nventual
Well here's the thing..
Wikipedia is an encyclopedia, therefore what is written on it should be fact.
9/11, officially, was done by terrorists. JFK, officially, was done by a lone gunman. Roswell was, officially, a weather balloon.

You can't simply edit the articles to turn them from "fact" to speculation. You will get banned, and if you do it a second time IP banned.

If you use other peoples wifi, you will get them IP banned instead and if you are caught using their wifi you could be charged by the police.

Besides, all of those "Big 3" articles include information about the related conspiracy theories or alternative theories. Some even have their own pages. I'm not sure what you are complaining about.


Unfortunately this world has people with common sense, and also has a balance of people with a lack threrof, and this replyer definitely could benefit from a dose of common sense.

[edit on 10-1-2010 by Unleashed68]



posted on Jan, 10 2010 @ 06:10 PM
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Originally posted by Nventual
Well here's the thing..
Wikipedia is an encyclopedia, therefore what is written on it should be fact.
9/11, officially, was done by terrorists. JFK, officially, was done by a lone gunman. Roswell was, officially, a weather balloon.

You can't simply edit the articles to turn them from "fact" to speculation. You will get banned, and if you do it a second time IP banned.



Just because something is "official" does not make it factual.

There are plenty of facts to go around on "both sides" of either of those debates.

Simply introducing them professionally to Wikipedia so that people may educate themselves should not pose a problem.

Realistically, though, you do have a lot of trolls that do nothing but revise Wikipedia entries to suit a certain bias. Though a "call to arms" for the more conspiratorial-minded to post their own information (again, factual) on there is definitely a good concentration of resources if we are going to be here arguing anyway. The worst they can do is abuse moderation privileges or force certain information to be posted on separate pages from the "official" versions of events, which they already do to some extent.


If you use other peoples wifi, you will get them IP banned instead and if you are caught using their wifi you could be charged by the police.


That's not going to realistically happen 99.99% of the time (being charged by police for using someone's Wifi connection).



posted on Jan, 10 2010 @ 06:34 PM
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Originally posted by Unleashed68

The Big 3 lies, they focus on a UFO, a President, and a Building.


Those are the lies put forward by those that hate/oppose the US government


You read the Big 3 on Wikipedia.com, and the official statements are that the conspiracy theory is wrong, and to this very minute,


Which they are...


so why is it that a highly respected source of information such as Wikipedia is promoting the same lies on an internet?


except it is not promoting lies, you are


tell the world who do not go to conspiracy sites and still rely on what they hear from the media, go tell them all the real truth,


conspiracy theory sites are not at all interested in the truth


What if people knew more truth about every issue talked about on these conspiracy sites?


if you told people the stuff that is on the conspiracy theory sites they would think you were a nutter - things like nuclear bombs bringing down the WTC, beam weapons from space used on the WTC, tonnes of invisible explosives used on the WTC, aliens watching the WTC come down, aircraft firing missiles at the WTC etc etc.


you make a post telling the whole truth about the inside job being detonated with explosives


and your post would very quickly reverted for vandalism

[edit on 10/1/10 by dereks]



posted on Jan, 10 2010 @ 06:40 PM
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If there is any reason these kinds of websites aren't promoting increased awareness of factual information, it's because there are so many trolls such as yourself posting responses such as what you just posted, which are intended to be malicious in content yet prove absolutely nothing. Basically those kinds of posts are just trash. They serve absolutely no purpose. If you were trying to convince anyone here of anything, then you failed as soon as you decided to fill the post with your opinions. If that wasn't your intent, then you are wasting everyone's time in an even more asinine fashion.



posted on Jan, 10 2010 @ 07:25 PM
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Wikipedia does have articles on the alternative/conspiracy theories to those Big 3 events though. They are linked from the original article and aren't hard to miss.



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