The comments are turned off, of course, but the comments on Dissenter are encouraging.

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Ah, another page about a vital historical question turned into a ludicrous, Antifa-controlled caricature that exceeds even the hysterical war propaganda of 1945.

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Ah, another utterly ridiculous Wikipedia page that used to be sensible until an Antifa gerbil realised that it wasn't yet functioning as anti-white communist propaganda.

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They're careful to phrase their words legally, but at the end of the article the writer make sure to incite their fellow communist terrorists to ruin the man's life and force him out of his home.

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His name was Mohandas, not Mahatma.

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I would encourage everyone to downvote this cringeworthy shit.

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Fried chicken sandwiches from Chick-fil-A arrive in the U.K., but a first London restaurant is not yet here

The leprous hand of Vox Media falls upon food in London. Urgh.

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Oh look, another page where the opinions of the extreme anti-white SPLC are cited as important facts in the first paragraph.

The platform accommodates anyone. Why is its accommodation of 'the far right' and 'conspiracy theorists' notable? They could at least say 'in contrast to YouTube, which bans anyone the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith wants censored.'

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Why does this have its own page? The Southern Poverty Law Center is an anti-white hate group itself, if the term 'hate group' has any meaning at all. Are the SPLC, ADL and Antifa completely taking over Wikipedia? Who is in control of Wikipedia? Why are they allowing this?

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Why does this have its own page? The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith is an anti-white Jewish supremacist organisation. Is it completely taking over Wikipedia?

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