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Wikipedia Controls the Past, Present & Future
"Free access to the sum of all human knowledge"
According to Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales, “the closest thing we have to a Prime Directive” is to “imagine a world in which every single person on the planet is given free access to the sum of all human knowledge. That's what we're doing.”
Spoiler alert: Jimmy “Jimbo” Wales is a graduate of the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders program. If that doesn’t mean anything to you, I strongly suggest you click HERE.
Jimbo declares his and Wikipedia’s mission as “to create and distribute a free encyclopedia of the highest possible quality to every single person on the planet in their own language, that's who I am. That's what I am doing. That's my life goal. It is also the goal of the Wikipedia community: to build and distribute the best encyclopedia that we can.”
Another spoiler alert: People using CIA and FBI computers have been detected editing entries in the free [sic] online encyclopedia [sic]. Listen here to learn more about how the CIA has always worked to control what information reaches our eyes and ears.
Wikipedia loves to brag about “free access” to information but it subsists on donations from some folks who have quite the vested interest in exactly what “facts” are being doled out. Here is but a small sampling of Wikipedia’s “benefactors”:
Apple, Google, Microsoft, Bloomberg, Disney, Netflix, Chevron, General Electric, Conoco Phillips, Shell Oil, ExxonMobil, Goldman Sachs, PayPal (one of its founders, Peter Thiel, is also a graduate of the Young Global Leaders), Boeing, Airbnb, American Express, T-Mobile, Verizon, and State Street.
This list does not count the thousands of private and anonymous extortionists, I mean… donors. But right out in the open, we can easily learn that the following corporations have ponied up to fund the sharing of “the sum of all human knowledge”:
With Big Pharma throwing around the cash, are you surprised to read these excerpts from Wiki entries on acupuncture and chiropractic?
“Acupuncture is a pseudoscience; the theories and practices of Traditional Chinese Medicine are not based on scientific knowledge, and it has been characterized as quackery.”
“Chiropractic has esoteric origins and is based on several pseudoscientific ideas”
Oh, there’s one more Wikipedia owner… I mean, benefactor, you should know. A little company by the name of BlackRock. If that doesn’t mean anything to you, I strongly suggest you click HERE.
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