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|8/7/2016 - According to Bolen Report, Wikipedia is not a website we should be trusting when it comes to unbiased, accurate information. Wikipedia is an example of "skeptic" leadership – with the "skeptics" actually being an organized hate group that claim to be the sole protectors of intellectual truth.
|6/20/2016 - It is a running joke in credible circles that Wikipedia is one of the worst online resources for obtaining truthful information about pretty much any topic. And a new study has confirmed that the popular user-generated "fauxpedia" website is completely overrun with misinformation, particularly in areas...
|5/15/2016 - The old maxim "There is no such thing as a free lunch" has taken on a whole new level of meaning in the internet age, particularly when applied to so-called "free" services like Facebook and Wikipedia.
Both of these digital era giants would like the public to believe that they are providing free...
|5/9/2016 - In the ashes of the Civil War, notes the Bolen Report in a recent blog post, an original American hate group, the Ku Klux Klan, was founded.
Shrouded in secrecy, its members targeted blacks but also Jews, European immigrants, Roman Catholics – anyone whom they hated and wanted to disenfranchise....
|5/2/2016 - Last week, Natural News exposed the utter and total takeover of the free online encyclopedia Wikipedia, which we have now learned is being orchestrated by a community strangely referring to themselves as "skeptical activists," of which pro-vaccine troll and Karmanos breast cancer surgeon David Gorski...
|4/24/2016 - We like to picture doctors as caring, compassionate souls whose existence is dedicated to helping others. Unfortunately, not all physicians complete the rigorous schooling to satisfy an innate love for humanitarianism. Instead, some individuals enter the field seeking financial gains, power and an elitist-type...
|4/19/2016 - In a stunning example of outright journalism censorship and medical totalitarianism, Arianna Huffington's HuffPo content platform has gone "police state" on veteran contributor Lance Simmons. According to this article from Truth Barrier, Simmons has been an 8-year contributor to the Huffington Post,...
|3/17/2016 12:09:32 PM - This story has been updated to include Dr. David Gorski's username on Wikipedia
Wikipedia seems like a good place to get fast information that's at least somewhat reliable, right? Wrong. The truth is that Wikipedia is nothing more than a trove of disinformation and propaganda peddled by industry...
|3/7/2016 - Wikipedia has a history of AMA and Big Pharma advocates infiltrating its pages to insert medical monopoly information to promote and preserve the image of pharmaceuticals as the only solutions to disease. On the other hand, non-pharmaceutical, non-invasive healing techniques are slighted, sometimes...
|2/18/2016 - The dirty past of Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales' prior internet ventures continues to come to light, with new evidence now showing that the misinformation website's early launch was made possible, in part, by money obtained from a sleazy porn network.
A dot-com "bust" search engine called "Bomis,"...
|2/17/2016 - To many, censors in China are no different from editors at Wikipedia because, they say, both are responsible for preventing the free flow of information that would allow people to decide for themselves what is best.
In recent weeks Chinese censors have been working overtime to block certain messages...
|1/28/2016 - There is a reason why Wikipedia – which boasts that it is the world's biggest online encyclopedia – is not considered a valid academic source by thousands of professors and most reputable colleges and universities: Because it isn't one.
According to a genuine purveyor of truth, that is,...
|12/22/2015 - Hundreds of Wikipedia accounts have been shut down after a number of celebrities, businesses, entrepreneurs and others reported being targeted by unscrupulous editors who tried to blackmail them into shelling out cash in exchange for page updates and entries. Denying that its own editorial team had...
|10/16/2015 - A wave of scandals have so far done little to damage Hillary Rodham Clinton's image, at least in the eyes of the editors of The New York Times and the individual who maintains her Wikipedia page.
The NYT editors continue to lavish praise on her and promote her as a shoo-in for the Democratic presidential...
|9/5/2015 - Now that the truth about Wikipedia being a blackmail extortion racket has emerged, people are starting to connect the dots on the criminality and corruption that dominates the discredited disinfo site.
Not only was Wikipedia's founder Jimmy Wales a "porn king" who sold online pornography before launching...
|9/1/2015 6:30:48 PM - Based on how prominently Wikipedia shows up as a top hit for nearly any topic searched through Google, one would think that it offers up the gospel truth about all things factual and relevant in the world. The truth is, however, that Wikipedia is a massive criminal operation run by biased and unethical...
|9/1/2015 6:30:09 PM - Natural News has long documented the scandal, debauchery and bogusness surrounding the "online encyclopedia" known as Wikipedia – and each time we've been proven correct that the media giant is little more than a corrupt operation that has always attempted to downplay or hide its seedy, shady...
|7/19/2015 - A wildly popular smartphone app that at its peak had about 15 million active users has been pulled from Apple, Google and Microsoft platforms -- and its founders say the app itself is now officially going kaput -- following a torrid legal battle that brought to light the fact that the controversial...
|4/20/2015 - It is astonishing that the Wikipedia website smears so many thousands of people with false, defamatory information -- celebrities, authors, activists, scientists, journalists and so on -- yet almost no one has published the dubious history of its co-founder, Jimmy Wales.
As part of the background...
|4/16/2015 - A petition has been launched to redress the immanent wrongs of Wikipedia, calling on the popular wiki site to affix an honest warning label to its many pages informing users that Wikipedia is not a legitimate encyclopedia source, and that the information it contains may be, and often is, biased and/or...
|4/9/2015 11:44:42 AM - The "online encyclopedia" known as Wikipedia has a problem with accuracy, bias and misinformation, which is bad enough -- but one of its co-founders, Jimmy Wales, may also have ties to the porn industry.
According to a new book by Mike Bundrant, co-founder of the iNLP Center and host of Mental Health...
|3/24/2015 - In what many purveyors of truth see as blatant hypocrisy, the Wikimedia Foundation, which founded the Internet-based, user-edited Wikipedia encyclopedia site, among others, has filed suit against the National Security Agency and the U.S. Department of Justice, alleging mass electronic surveillance conducted...
|12/2/2014 2:19:53 PM - (Story by Catherine J. Frompovich, republished from ActivistPost.com, with additional editing by Natural News.) After years of conjecture and apparent "conspiracy theories," taxpayers in the United States finally are getting a handle -- possibly only one of many that could be rendered or available --...
|11/16/2014 - This is a continuation from Part Two of a comprehensive investigative report revealing the untold story behind Jon Entine, biotech shill, character assassination operative, Forbes.com writer, American Enterprise Institute fellow and George Mason University research fellow. Jon Entine also has ties to...
|11/13/2014 - A PERSONAL LETTER TO JIMMY WALES, FOUNDER OF WIKIPEDIA:
In April, 2014, I had the happenstance of running into you on the streets of Vancouver. I was there to lecture to a group of medical professionals, while you were attending the TED talks. I expressed my appreciation to you for creating Wikipedia....
|9/29/2014 - One of the primary reasons why academic institutions prohibit the use of Wikipedia as a legitimate source for research is because the open-ended site is rife with abuse. In fact, governments around the world use it to spread false information and propaganda, as evidenced both by newly leaked documents...
|8/26/2014 - An Illinois university has become the subject of much ridicule after the school's new technology director decided to implement a restrictive policy that prohibits students from accessing pornography, social media and the popular propaganda website Wikipedia. Betabeat reports that Northern Illinois University...
|8/13/2014 - The "global encyclopedia" website Wikipedia, so renowned for its inaccuracies that institutions of higher education across the U.S. and around the world refuse to allow students to cite it, is at it again, this time refusing to honor a photographer's copyright.
According to Britain's Telegraph newspaper,...
|6/11/2014 - Relying on Wikipedia for honest and legitimate information about health and wellness is a recipe for intellectual failure, suggests a new study recently published in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association (JAOA). Researchers from multiple academic institutions across the U.S. found that...
|6/5/2014 - A new online petition has been launched with the goal of forcing the free Internet encyclopedia site Wikipedia to end what critics say is the research site's bias against holistic and alternative medicine.
The petition, which is listed here at Change.org, says:
Wikipedia is widely used and trusted....
|10/25/2013 - A sock puppet uses fictitious names to praise his or her work, attack others' works or otherwise be deceitful. The internet makes this practice, which goes back a few hundred years, more readily accessible and easier to avoid detection.
Sure, there's always IP addresses to determine the same user...
|7/30/2013 - A lawsuit filed against the Encinitas Union School District (EUSD) near San Diego, California, was recently dismissed after a judge ruled that the plaintiffs in the case had used a phony source of information for their argument: Wikipedia. In what appears to be a growing trend, an increasing number...
|4/15/2012 - A Venn diagram released by Harvard law professor and political activist Larry Lessig reveals the shocking connections between our government and banking and investment giant Goldman Sachs.
Goldman Sachs was a major contributor to (and beneficiary of) the 2007 subprime...
|10/5/2010 - In an article by the watchdog group Alliance for Natural Health (ANH), Wikipedia entries for alternative and natural medicine are shown to consistently have severe censorship, misinformation, and vandalism. Since Wikipedia is an extremely popular reference site on the internet with over 16 million articles,...
|12/17/2008 - Go to Google.com, key in terms such as "aspirin", "panadol", "beta blockers", "warfarin" or "statin", and a Wikipedia page will be somewhere near the top of the first page of search results. With many people searching online for health-related information, and a significant proportion of them looking...
|12/14/2007 - Think U.S. health authorities have never conducted outrageous medical experiments on children, women, minorities, homosexuals and inmates? Think again: This timeline, originally put together by Dani Veracity (a NaturalNews reporter), has been edited and updated with recent vaccination experimentation...
|11/3/2007 - The movie Supersize Me has probably had more of an effect than the producers anticipated. Since then, in the fast food industry, there has been a market trend promoting menu items that appear to be healthy. But most of these menu items have ingredients that health conscious consumers would prefer to...
|9/6/2007 - First, let me state that I don't walk around with aluminum foil wrapped around my head in an effort to shield my thoughts from the aliens. And I'm not trying to spread fear or perpetuate a hoax. What I want to do here is present scientific facts explaining exactly why cooking in the microwave is worse...
|1/15/2007 - The mainstream media loves to bash Wikipedia, that enormous online encyclopedia created through the collaborative efforts of volunteer writers and researchers. It covers tens of thousands of topics, and is consistently an excellent source of information on everything ranging from world history to new...
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|7/6/2006 - Political buffs and armchair pundits have a new resource as of this week: Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales announced on Tuesday a wiki devoted to heavily debated political topics, called Campaigns Wikia.
Wales announced his latest wiki foray in an "open letter to the political biosphere," in which he...
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