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Wikipedia May Face Criminal Charges for Its Racial Attacks

Wikipedia uses fraud and manipulation to keep minorities out of its encyclopedia.

 
PRLog - Sep. 9, 2010 - NEW YORK -- A recent investigation of Wikipedia’s deletion pages, shows mostly all of them are either submitted by a minority, about a minority, or about a subject that has a minority interest.  Recently, evidence was discovered, proving Wikipedia uses fraud and manipulation to prevent people from posting third-party references in support of Wikipedia articles related to minorities.  The only minority subjects that appear to be included in Wikipedia, are those which are stereotypical, such as black rappers, etc.  Here is a prime example of Wikipedia’s fraudulent racial attack on minorities:

RE: Dr. Leigh-Davis - White Professor O.K.; Black Professor: No Way!

***Restore new article*** - I am a white male who hardly ever goes on Wikipedia, because I always felt it wasn’t credible.  This was confirmed when I just read the article on Wikipedia launching a racist attack.  I was easily able to find numerous articles, references, and other media on Dr. Leigh-Davis.  Also, I found numerous professors listed in Wikipedia whose references were only their personal websites or their university’s websites.  When I did a Google search of several of these professors, hardly anything came up.  

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nick_Knight_%28professor%29
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andrew_Hurrell
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morgan_D._Peoples
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helen_Cooper_%28literary_scholar%29
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elomar_Figueira_de_Mello
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Weiner_%28professor%29

and the list goes on and on … .  I could be here until next year, or longer, listing Wikipedia articles that show Dr. Leigh-Davis is being given disparate treatment, because she is a black woman.

As I stated, I am a white male, but what’s wrong is wrong.  The only difference between Dr. Leigh-Davis and most of the other “Living Professors” on Wikipedia is: 1) Dr. Leigh-Davis is a black female; 2) Dr. Leigh-Davis has a lot more credentials and references; and 3) Wikipedia is manipulating the outcome of this article by intentionally blocking numerous people from providing links to third-party references on Dr. Leigh-Davis, whereas these other professors just do NOT have any third-party references.  It is clear, the only problem is Dr. Leigh-Davis is a black female.  As evidenced by someone trying to post on Wikipedia the reference links to 3 different Wall Street Journal Articles on Dr. Leigh-Davis, and that person quickly being barred from making postings, and the links being deleted.  Yesterday, when I was at my office trying to post a Washington Post article that quoted Dr. Leigh-Davis, I found I was blocked from posting.  

Originally, I just wanted to see if there was any truth to the article about Wikipedia’s racist attack.  I was shocked to find out the article is an understatement, and there are so many, many, many, many, many, many, many white professors listed on Wikipedia, who have 0 third-party references.  There are so many, I did not have time to go through them all.  Anyone can easily see what the truth is.  Having a hypocritical discussion of “deletion review” based on lies, is not going to change the truth: this is a racist attack.
~~~~ Mr. S. Terenda

An Assistant District Attorney in New York commented, “State charges are unlikely.  However, if this is a racial oppression or hate crime, or touches and concerns interstate commerce, federal criminal charges are a likely possibility.”  A report is being compiled and information is requested on other known racists attacks by Wikipedia.  There is already more than enough information on white individuals who are posted on Wikipedia, with only their personal website as a third-party reference, and no further information is needed to evidence this racial bias.  Rather, we want information about minority exclusion on Wikipedia.

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