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    Very interesting article which shows that Rob Fernandez, the cover up artist and John McAdams asset at Wikipedia, has been reading our site.

    We backed him up on the rifle.

    And we are now going to back him up on the revolver.

    http://www.ctka.net/2011/wiki_pt2.html

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    Default Yeah its cool

    Good stuff JP and Jim.

  3. Default The Wikipedia Fraud continues--Part 3

    http://www.ctka.net/2011/wiki_pt3.html

    This one talks about the actual formation and appointment of the Warren Commission.

    What a pile of BS at Wiki, which is fast becoming the NY TImes of the JFK case.

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    Good stuff. I only noticed one trivial fault, a misphrased sentence; "Everyone knew they conducting closed hearings."

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    I think America has violated its own false advertising laws by claiming it is a nation of free speech and free press. It's sad that when given the opportunity for free speech people censor themselves and serve the will of their Orwellian lords. Those lords take that as consent.


    I got on a Wikipedia internal chat board with one of their moderators over their TWA Flight 800 entry. I told him that Wikipedia had entered provably false information in the case. He told me that Wikipedia only uses "reliable sources". I argued that since those sources were saying things that were provably false they were therefore no longer "reliable" by definition. I shortly after found myself blocked from the board after the moderator kindly asked me "if there was anything else?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Doyle View Post
    I think America has violated its own false advertising laws by claiming it is a nation of free speech and free press. It's sad that when given the opportunity for free speech people censor themselves and serve the will of their Orwellian lords. Those lords take that as consent.


    I got on a Wikipedia internal chat board with one of their moderators over their TWA Flight 800 entry. I told him that Wikipedia had entered provably false information in the case. He told me that Wikipedia only uses "reliable sources". I argued that since those sources were saying things that were provably false they were therefore no longer "reliable" by definition. I shortly after found myself blocked from the board after the moderator kindly asked me "if there was anything else?"
    That sounds about 'right' for Wikipedia. Some of it is their bound-to-fail notion that everything needs to be 'neutral'- codeword for ás the majority see a historical event', codewords for 'how the Oligarchy want it to be spun and seen'. Wiki is OK on non-controversial issues; on controversial ones, you can bet your bottom, the viewpoint will mirror that of the Government and TPTB. They even have infiltrated moderators [from who knows where] to ensure this is so. Looking up on the major assassinations and Deep Political events, I start to get sick and do not use it for any of that and don't think it can be reformed - but any Don Quixotes who want to try, are most welcome and applauded.:wavey:
    If there is no struggle there is no progress. Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did and it never will.” - Frederick Douglass
    "Let me issue and control a nation's money and I care not who writes the laws. - Mayer Rothschild
    "Civil disobedience is not our problem. Our problem is civil obedience! People are obedient in the face of poverty, starvation, stupidity, war, and cruelty. Our problem is that grand thieves are running the country. That's our problem!" - Howard Zinn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Lemkin View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Albert Doyle View Post
    I think America has violated its own false advertising laws by claiming it is a nation of free speech and free press. It's sad that when given the opportunity for free speech people censor themselves and serve the will of their Orwellian lords. Those lords take that as consent.


    I got on a Wikipedia internal chat board with one of their moderators over their TWA Flight 800 entry. I told him that Wikipedia had entered provably false information in the case. He told me that Wikipedia only uses "reliable sources". I argued that since those sources were saying things that were provably false they were therefore no longer "reliable" by definition. I shortly after found myself blocked from the board after the moderator kindly asked me "if there was anything else?"
    That sounds about 'right' for Wikipedia. Some of it is their bound-to-fail notion that everything needs to be 'neutral'- codeword for ás the majority see a historical event', codewords for 'how the Oligarchy want it to be spun and seen'. Wiki is OK on non-controversial issues; on controversial ones, you can bet your bottom, the viewpoint will mirror that of the Government and TPTB. They even have infiltrated moderators [from who knows where] to ensure this is so. Looking up on the major assassinations and Deep Political events, I start to get sick and do not use it for any of that and don't think it can be reformed - but any Don Quixotes who want to try, are most welcome and applauded.:wavey:
    Here here young Albert!
    "In the Kennedy assassination we must be careful of running off into the ether of our own imaginations." Carl Ogelsby circa 1992

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle Burnett View Post
    Good stuff. I only noticed one trivial fault, a misphrased sentence; "Everyone knew they conducting closed hearings."
    Ssssshhhhhh Jim was having a really good day till you bought that up!!!!!!!

    lol!
    "In the Kennedy assassination we must be careful of running off into the ether of our own imaginations." Carl Ogelsby circa 1992

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    Hehe, I just figured you guys might want it fixed as soon as possible, and I see it is. If you'd like an extra eye for proofreading articles before they're published, I'd be happy to help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle Burnett View Post
    Hehe, I just figured you guys might want it fixed as soon as possible, and I see it is. If you'd like an extra eye for proofreading articles before they're published, I'd be happy to help.
    Kyle after seeing my shitty posts you know I need it lol. You should contact Jim Di he'd be glad for the time. You can do it here or via the website.
    "In the Kennedy assassination we must be careful of running off into the ether of our own imaginations." Carl Ogelsby circa 1992

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