Jimmy Wales, Wikipedia founderPosted 7 years ago under Uncategorized
In 1996, “Bomis” was launched as a web portal that would soon find success with erotic, x-rated content, by catering to men who go on line to look at women, cars, and sports enticements. The project would soonafter be scaled back some from the soft porn and morph into what was known for a brief time as Nupedia, which would then morph into Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia so popular today. Jimmy Donal Wales, along with two other partners took “Bomis” (which rhymes with promise), a small dot-com company and used a broad database of “regulars” to spread the word about the new online encyclopedia. Wales, who was born in Alabama, became an options trader after college, where he became independently wealthy. In 2000, Bomis launched its free online encyclopedia, Nupedia. A man named Larry Sanger was editor-in-chief (he still contributes to editing today) and Sanger made sure content for the site was provided by “subject matter experts” and all content was run through his 7-step approval (filter) process. Today, any layman can edit Wikipedia, which is a driving force for criticism that Wikipedia is nothing close to the truth about many important matters, especially Western Medicine, Homeopathy and Holistic Healing. Another driving force for due criticism is corporate influence and the money that was used to start Wikipedia, which was income from the porn industry. The scruples, ethics and honesty all in question, and that is why most universities across America do NOT allow students or teachers to cite Wikipedia as a source for research or professional articles. Natural News.com also does not source Wikipedia, WebMD, National Geographic or the likes of online “encyclopedia” free “fact” offerings.
Free “facts” on line may be propaganda for Big government control of education
A mix of amateur and professional content, Wikipedia is quite tricky when trying to navigate and differentiate between the two. Because Wikipedia promotes itself as an ‘encyclopedia’ with the goal to replace Encyclopedia Britannica, people often believe that what they are reading is the truth. Certain science subjects like insects and trees are described with great detail and accuracy, while descriptions of well-researched science topics like Homeopathy are completely biased, criticized and sophomorically denied as effective modes of healing and medicine. To the average internet “browser” Wikipedia seems quite legitimate, but to the more savvy readers and “digesters” of information, not even middle grades children should be looking to Wikipedia for any legitimate information that doesn’t possibly contain heavy bias and censorships of valid and important research. In this regard, Wikipedia is “anti-science” and not a quality reference for natural health topics, organic food research, infectious disease research, cancer research, holistic medicine research and knowledge, and the list goes on.
Wikipedia took off out of the “gates” by posting about 200 articles per month its first year. Soon after that, Nupedia was shut down, but not its content. All of the content was assimilated into Wikipedia and it was all changed to be a non-profit entity that same year. Bomis went inactive a few years later, in 2007.
Since then, Wales has succeeded in rewriting history. He calls alternative medicine unethical and dishonest. He edited his own biography to try to bury his history in the “adult content” (porn) business. He also claims to be the founder of Wikipedia, leaving out the name and credit to the co-founder and original editor Larry Sanger. These are all promotional tactics that are dirty and dishonest. Who would want to give credit to his encyclopedia website knowing all of these things? That is the problem though – most people do NOT know the true history, memory-holing, censoring and history revisionism going on behind closed doors. The same can be said for most literary curriculum “cannons” (textbooks) used for public schools in the USA, especially history.
“Soft-Core” Pornography and the Truth about Wikipedia’s Co-Founder Jimmy Wales Comes Out
Jimmy Wales has been accused of many things, including trading Wikipedia edits for sex, exploiting his editorial position over a female editor, inappropriate personal expenses he racked up to the tune of thousands of dollars – all billed to the Wikipedia Foundation. After all, had Bomis not focused on x-rated media, Wikipedia probably wouldn’t exist today. In all its problems with accuracy, bias and misinformation, Wikipedia is a mecca of disinformation and repeatedly violates its own pledge of neutrality in views, especially when it comes to information on alternative health. It’s obvious “Big Pharma” has Wikipedia in one of its many pockets, along with WebMD.
According to Mike Bundrant of “Mental Health Exposed,”
“Wikipedia is on a misinformation campaign against alternative health and the healing arts. The public needs to know it. Natural health deserves fair representation.”
Bundrant also calls Wikipedia a “steaming cauldron of misinformation.”
Unfortunately, because of its massive search engine authority, Wikipedia often ranks first in Google searches for information related to health. This is a major problem for Westerners looking for legitimate information on natural healing and disease prevention. Wales is well aware of this and has dogmatic opinions to share about alternative health, calling practitioners and supporters “lunatic charlatans.” This coming from the same man who started up and ran a website called Bomis Premium that offered customers access to premium x-rated pornographic content. Of course, Wales edited Wikipedia in 2005 to REMOVE that characterization of Bomis because the subject was attracting media attention. This is what is meant by the term “memory-holing” where someone in a position of power erases history in favor of their own political, financial or personal agenda. Wikipedia is the epitome of this fraud and misinformation campaign being run. One former employee of Bomis was interviewed by Natural News and said that they refused to index porn and got fired because of it, and that Bomis was a “sleazy porn ring search engine.”
Then, in 2002, Fox News reported that Wikipedia co-founder Larry Sanger, told the FBI that Wikimedia Commons (Wikipedia’s parent company) was “rife with renderings of children performing sexual acts.” Sanger had sent a letter to the FBI outlining his concerns and identifying TWO CATEGORIES of Wikimedia Commons that he believed violated FEDERAL OBSCENITY LAWS. One category entitled “Pedophilia” contained detailed drawings and that category, at the time, had been recently created, and therefore wasn’t some leftover soft-porn trash from a decade earlier. (1)
There is an expose video available on YOUTUBE regarding much of these controversial actions of the Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales. Ten shocking facts you never knew about Wikipedia – the free (and biased) online encyclopedia. (2)
In what may have been a staged event, Wikimedia Foundation, which spring-boarded Wikipedia into what it is today, filed suit against NSA, the National Security Agency and the Department of Justice, for “mass electronic surveillance” conducted by both in the name of fighting terrorims. Wikimedia said it was illegal and that “By tapping the backbone of the internet, the NSA is straining the backbone of democracy.” This could have simply been a “straw man” problem Wikipedia “exposed” in order to redefine themselves as some kind of backbone of the internet, when in fact they are just the opposite, lacking the courage to report the truth about natural medicine and natural healing that works. (3)
Wikipedia attacks Homeopathy in Big League Attempt to Discredit REAL Science
The entry in Wikipedia for “Homeopathy” is dogmatically incorrect and relatively abusive to the medical practice in general, and should be changed immediately. Here’s a paragraph from the “indictment:” “Homeopathy lacks biological plausibility, and its axioms are contradicted by scientific facts. The postulated mechanisms of action of homeopathic remedies are both scientifically implausible and not physically possible. Although some clinical trials produce positive results, systematic reviews reveal that this is because of chance, flawed research methods, and reporting bias. Continued homeopathic practice, despite the evidence that it does not work, has been criticized as unethical because it discourages the use of effective treatments…”
Homeopathy discourages the use of INEFFECTIVE TREATMENTS because it does NOT support chemotherapy, dangerous and deadly pharmaceutical prescriptions written by nearly every MD in the country, and it does NOT support invasive medical procedures as a first order of business, ever. Natural immunity and natural remedies have been around for millennium, whereas Western chemical “quack” medicine has only been “reigning” in the US for about a century. Still, Wikipedia is full of outright fabrications and decrees that have no base research or sources to prove them true, or even half-true. Wikipedia heavily promotes chemical medicine, when vaccines have NEVER been proven safe nor effective, and prescription medications kill hundreds of thousands of people every year, even when they take them “as directed” by their MDs. Western Medicine also supports mercury in dental fillings, knowing good and well this creates a toxic human body for decades, but Wikipedia and Jimmy Wales allow NO MENTION of these detrimental and dangerous “quack” medicine practices going on daily in America. (5)
Today, Wikipedia is wrought with censorship, cyber-bullying and anti-science, allopathic faith-based medicine half-truths and myths. Western medicine, in fact, does not adhere to valid scientific methodology, lacks supporting scientific evidence and plausibility, and cannot reliably be tested by the corporations that manufacture the “medicine” to begin with. Junk science prevails on the online encyclopedia and most likely will for some time to come.
Homeopathy, on the other hand, is proven to be legitimate science of medicine through countless randomized double-blind and placebo-controlled studies that have been published in many of the best medical journals in the world. Research over the years has proven homeopathic treatments to be effective for many common and SERIOUS health problems, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, ADD, ADHD, and even Fibromyalgia. These clinical trials have been published in high-impact medical journals for years. (4)
Jimmy Wales and the Wikipedia “Junk Science” Propaganda Machi
Like National Geographic, the Washington Post and WebMD, Wikipedia publishes bias to suit its own agenda and the corporate sponsor platforms of Western Medicine, “Junk Science” and Big government. (6) (7) (8)
Here’s the most recent EDITING SCANDEL for Wikipedia, furthering devaluing the validity of information on the so-called online encyclopedia: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/wikipedia-rocked-by-rogue-editors-blackmail-scam-targeting-small-businesses-and-celebrities-10481993.html
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 Wikipedia, we also know that wikipedia deliberately censors large categories of truthful information on natural healing, the dangers of vaccines, the crimes of Hillary Clinton, the corruption and criminality of the biotech industry and much more. (9)