Wikipedia, the biggest free-content encyclopedia on the Internet – which can be edited by anyone – has been overrun by white supremacists intent on the Nazification of the United States.
There is overwhelming evidence that Nazis have launched a blitzkrieg of fake information at the site. For instance, the article on “Antifa movements” falsely claims that a group called “Antifaschistische Aktion” formed in Germany in 1932, and that after WWII so-called “anti-fascist committees” of “communists, social democrats, and progressive Christians” were likely involved in the building of the Berlin Wall.
In a blatant attempt to discredit Antifa in America, the fascist editors claim that “anti-fascism became part of the official ideology” of Communist East Germany, and that “the East German Socialist Unity Party used the term ‘Anti-Fascist Protection Rampart’ as the official name for the Berlin Wall.”
Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales noted that an extremely comprehensive 10,000-word article on “Anti-communism” suddenly appeared overnight, where only a “stub” – a short article in need of expansion – had been the day before.
“This represents a serious attack on the integrity of Wikipedia,” Wales said from his home in London. “It’s like living through the Battle of Britain all over again. It’s terrifying.”
And the Nazis have not stopped at attacking the saviors of Eastern Europe. Vast numbers of other articles also show signs of white supremacist tampering.
The article “Atlantic hurricane season” states that in the year 1886, “Seven hurricanes struck the United States, the most during a single year.” That is plainly false, since only ignorant white supremacists don’t know hurricanes are the result of man-made climate change.
Other topics under siege by the digital Wehrmacht include:
- “The Shooting of Michael Brown,” which states that, “The U.S. Department of Justice concluded the ‘hands up [don’t shoot]’ account was inaccurate months later.”
- “Nazism,” which is called “socialism” in an attempt to bolster its credentials among Millennials.
- “Lee Harvey Oswald,” which alleges that the assassin of President John F. Kennedy defected to the Soviet Union.
Many more articles have been sabotaged in what Wales calls “the largest ongoing hack by digital stormtroopers in the history of the Internet.”
Recent statistics from the English version of Wikipedia tell the shocking tale.
Wikipedia has 5,468,110 content articles. There are 853,775 uploaded files, the vast majority of which are Swastikas. And of the 907,207,627 edits to date, scientists say that 97% have been written by 118,968 extremely active white supremacist users.