Monday, June 24, 2024

Study shows Wikipedia has Leftist Bias

A new study shows Wikipedia is politically biased to the Left.

No surprise. Tweet:

Glenn Greenwald
Wikipedia is a complete bullshit site. It glorifies establishment dogma and those who advocate it, while smearing anyone who questions western institutions.

That's why its co-founder, @lsanger, has urged people not to use it due to ideological bias:

Also anti-White. Here is defines the Caucasian race:
The Caucasian race (also Caucasoid,[a] Europid, or Europoid)[2] is an obsolete racial classification of humans based on a now-disproven theory of biological race.[3][4][5]
It cites this pseudoscientific source:
Humans are not divided biologically into distinct continental types or racial genetic clusters. Instead, the Western concept of race must be understood as a classification system that emerged from, and in support of, European colonialism, oppression, and discrimination. It thus does not have its roots in biological reality, but in policies of discrimination. ...

Humans share the vast majority (99.9%) of our DNA in common.

Nearly all of that DNA is also shared with apes, and yet we are different from apes.

To be more meaningful, it could tell us how much DNA is shared among European Caucasians, and then tell us how much is shared with Orientals and African Negroes. It does not, because there is indeed a genomic basis for separating the races.

1 comment:

CFT said...

Ummmm, I think the Greeks, Romans, Egyptians, Chinese, Indians, Phoenicians, Sumerians, and Babylonians were fighting about all sorts of things and quite capable of telling each other apart, often by just physiological appearances, much less cultural differences. Strangely enough all these ancient cultures had no trouble whatsoever telling men apart from women...unlike our own presently does.

Historically illiterate people are truly precious with some of their uninformed assumptions and conclusions about humans and race in the distant past. If only they would read books instead of using them as chic antique decorations and doorstops.