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    Quote Originally Posted by Computicus View Post
    Try this one instead:
    http://en.metapedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
    It's called Metapedia. There are currently 600 articles. There have been about 200 articles added just within the past couple of weeks. It's starting to grow.
    Only racialists use Metapedia. Wikipedia is used by ordinary people with all kinds of political opinions.

    The preservationist movement is not going to get anywhere if we segregate ourselves to little corners of the Internet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rassenpapst View Post
    Not if you know what you are doing. I have alone added a huge amount of text to articles related to eugenics, race and intelligence etc.

    I have over 1000 edits.
    But your articles will be edited and censored to the politically correct version Rassenpapst. You really think the Wikipedians will leave an article about race intact? You will have to revert it so many times and you still won't win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rassenpapst View Post
    Only racialists use Metapedia. Wikipedia is used by ordinary people with all kinds of political opinions.

    The preservationist movement is not going to get anywhere if we segregate ourselves to little corners of the Internet.
    True. But credibility is the issue. If articles on Metapedia are truthful and accurate more and more people will recognize it as a dependable source.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Computicus View Post
    True. But credibility is the issue. If articles on Metapedia are truthful and accurate more and more people will recognize it as a dependable source.
    It takes a very small amount of time to add all good information on Wikipedia to Metapedia. You do not need to choose between them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Frigg View Post
    But your articles will be edited and censored to the politically correct version Rassenpapst. You really think the Wikipedians will leave an article about race intact? You will have to revert it so many times and you still won't win.
    90% of my contributions are still in the current versions after months. I have every reason to expect that my words will stay in that encyclopedia for years and that they will be read by thousands of people.

    The Wikipedia article about race and intelligence has changed many minds and I try my best to ensure that Wikipedia remains as a neutral source of information. The other side is trying its best, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rassenpapst View Post
    90% of my contributions are still in the current versions after months. I have every reason to expect that my words will stay in that encyclopedia for years and that they will be read by thousands of people.

    The Wikipedia article about race and intelligence has changed many minds and I try my best to ensure that Wikipedia remains as a neutral source of information. The other side is trying its best, too.
    It's worth a try. I am not nearly as trusting as yourself. But maybe you'll do some good, though.

    I edited an article about the Levon Affair on Wikipedia a while back.

    The Levon Affair is where Israel sabotaged and bombed US and British properties in Egypt. They wanted to blame the bombings on Egypt in order to get the US and Britain to attack Egypt.

    Basically, Israel ran "false flag" bombing attacks against US and British targets.

    I cleaned up the first part of the article so that it got straight to the point. The editors changed it back.

    Here are the two paragraphs I changed. If you study on them a while you might can figure out what they're talking about. (Maybe.)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lavon_Affair
    The Lavon Affair refers to the scandal over a failed Israeli covert operation in Egypt known as Operation Susannah, in which Egyptian, American and British-owned targets in Egypt were bombed (Comment: They're not very clear here about who did the bombing.) in the summer of 1954. It became known as the Lavon Affair after the Israeli defense minister Pinhas Lavon, who was forced to resign because of the incident, or cryptically as The Unfortunate Affair (Hebrew: HaEsek HaBish). Israel admitted responsibility in 2005.

    (Comment: This paragraph here is just plain mush.) In the early 1950s the United States began pressuring the British to withdraw from the Suez Canal, and thereby abandon two operative treaties, the Convention of Constantinople and the Anglo-Egyptian Treaty of 1936 that made the canal a neutral zone under British control. Israel was strongly opposed to the British withdrawal, as it feared that it would remove a moderating effect on Nasser's military ambitions, especially toward Israel, but diplomatic methods failed to sway the British. In the summer of 1954 Colonel Binyamin Gibli, the chief of Israel's military intelligence, Aman, initiated Operation Suzannah in order to reverse that decision. The goal of the Operation was to carry out bombings and other acts of sabotage in Egypt with the aim of creating an atmosphere in which the British and American opponents of British withdrawal from Egypt would be able to gain the upper hand and block the withdrawal.

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    Could somebody go and restore the article about race to the latest version by MoritzB?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Race

    Add a comment that you agree with me here:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Race#The_introduction

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    I stayed away from race articles because history and geography are bad enough when it comes to edit wars, like the German-Polish border. Identity is too often accepted as civic rather than ethnic, splitting hairs on what it means to be English. Wikipedia has nothing against libelling dead famous people, apparently only concerned if someone is alive to sue for defamation. Political personal attacks on Kings in Parliament are taken for granted whilst attacks on Mohammed are explained away as irrational. It's like Rational Wiki is an extreme version of Wikipedia, where every editor is The Amazing Atheist YouTube personality.

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    Wikipedia is a waste of time if searching for unbiased facts. It's full of arbitrary leftist censors who treat it like their petty little fiefdom. I was quickly banned from editing wiki articles because I objected to blatantly biased and propagandist subjective labeling on issues like Confederate monuments, etc. It's just blatant censorship on there.
    "Almost every name belongs to well-known families of English stock....these soldiers were of ancient American lineage"- Prof. N.S. Shaler on the 1st Kentucky "Orphan" Brigade, Confederate States Army

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