I love how on Wikipedia you directly are not a "verified source"...yet if you say something on Twitter, that's a "verified source". How the flying fuck does that work?!
General rule: NEVER use Wikipedia as a political source.
Timothy Daniel Pool is on Wikipedia! hE mUsT bE sO pRoUd!
"Let use wikipedia! A site anyone can edit and change things at their whim, but it's totally trust worthy!" - No one ever
Wikipedia is used by idiots to show "facts" it is written by people who try to decide what is real and isn't, what's true and isn't, its people allowing a company decide facts. Its what idiots do use it as fact.
Stefan Molyneux is known as a philosophy podcaster and youtuber but wiki doesn't use the word philosophy or any variation in the article. The article is locked and paints him awfully.
Everyone should sue wikipedia for defamation.
Fuck them bitches.
Alt-Fence-Sitter Tim Pool. Confirmed.
The Wikipedia Foundation is a far-left organization run out of San Francisco that turns a blind eye to editorial abuses, because many of them believe that the ends justify the means. The big lie they promulgate is Wikipedia articles are crowd sourced in an unbiased way.
The Wikipedia Foundation is a far-left organization run out of San Francisco that turns a blind eye to editorial abuses, because many of them believe that the ends justify the means. The big lie they promulgate is that their information is crowd sourced in an unbiased way.
I thought anyone could edit Wikipedia and the edits were reviewed by Marxist scumbags.
There is a reason why my high school teachers and college professors tell me never to use Wikipedia as a source.
I'll add "activists use Wikipedia, write lies and uses sources from politically motivated organizations, to smear people and rewrite history" to one of those reasons.
Looking at individuals like Tim Pool, Laura Loomer, Stefan Molyneux, and many others smeared as "far-right", "conspiracy theorists", "white supremacist/nationalist", and others make you think they're being written by far-left activists.