A Wikipedia article is like a portable toilet: Even if it is clean and polished now it will eventually be filled with a lot of shit and start stinking.
Why is Wikipedia afraid of the truth?
Tried to insert some truth in a Wikipedia post on the Ft. Hood shooter about that Zionist clown Adam Yahiye Gadahn, by typing in: "whose real name is Adam Pearlman," and this is what happened:
Hello, I'm Widr. I wanted to let you know that I undid one or more of your recent contributions to Nidal Malik Hasan because it did not appear constructive. If you would like to experiment, you can use the sandbox. If you think I made a mistake, or if you have any questions, you can leave me a message on my talk page. Widr (talk) 04:33, 30 July 2013 (UTC)
I've lost track of the number of times truth was inserted into a Wikipedia article on Palestine or Israel and got deleted within hours. What are they afraid of, people learning the truth?
Hells Bells, 'Encyclopedia Dramatica', a spoof of Wikipedia does a better job of getting out the truth than does the Zionist lackeys at Wikipedia.
Wikipedia Celebrates 750 Years Of American Independence
What the one of Jimmy Wales' ex-girlfriends thought about the founder of Wikipedia:
I only have one thing to say to you: You are the sleazebag I always suspected you were, and should have listened more carefully to my gut instincts -- and to my friends . No, in fact, you are much, much worse than I ever expected. You are an absolute creep, and it was a colossal mistake on my part to have gotten involved with you. Now, my suspicions about you have been proven dead-on. I never again want anything to do with you, and though I have every intention of putting all of this behind me ASAP (which will be VERY easy to do, given the disgusting reality), I am happy to tell anyone who happens to ask precisely what I think of you. There is nothing good left to say whatsoever. Goodbye Jimmy, and good riddance.Wait, there's more
Jimmy Wales uses the donated money of the non-profit Wikimedia Foundation, to pay for his $650 wine, his $1,300 dinner, and his expenses at a Russian massage parlor . Moreover, he travels more than the Pope, and even tried to claim to the Wikimedia Foundation the cost of a $0.54 train ticket, the prick. Some wonder if the students who gave up their lunch money to donate to Wikipedia would have approved of that expense. Others argue that Jimbo may be an embezzler.SIX MILLION DOLLARS a year in expenses to run Wikipedia? Oh-oh, where have I heard that figure six million before?