Meet the man behind a third of what's on Wikipedia

Wikipedia now boasts more than 5.7 million articles in English and millions more translated into other languages, all written by online volunteers. Errol Barnett talks to one editor who was named among Time Magazine’s most influential people on the internet.

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+2 1. krazeeeyez commented 324 days ago

0 comments. Just saying. 8-)
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-2 2. eupatriot commented 321 days ago

@1 EXACTLY. But lets ad one comment..

Did he also manage to "edit" entries about Epstein and Clinton? to remove "lolita express" from any entries?
Do these people forget in todays day and age EVERYTHING is saved and backed up?
people save webpages and screen captures..... When the epstein thing broke out again an army of "wikipedia editors" quickly altered history and its proven in screen captures before and after.

Wikipedia is just another tool for the (((tribe))) to use against humanity. If they can alter history easily by just "editing" and removing information they certainly guilty of what they are trying to cover up.
I risk my decade long snotr account to write this information.
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-3 3. snotraddict commented 321 days ago

Can you be proud of editing one of the least trusted sites on the internet?

I wonder if he penned the "Fine People" hoax?
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+2 4. Natan_el_Tigre commented 321 days ago

An article a day keeps ignorance away! <3

And when you are done being part of the problem and are ready to be part of the solution: (i)
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0 5. cretu commented 314 days ago

Im assuming #2 and #3 get their "trusted" news from facebook ;)