You can’t just copy and paste an entire article like that.
You would have to download every image and upload it to your website (like I do), which is a lot of work.
Otherwise the images will get lost, if the article and the content is getting removed.
I don’t really call myself a truther but I suppose that is what I am, I do not trust the government and media and therefore I look elsewhere for information, sometimes I look on YouTube or most the time bloggers, media and obviously Wikipedia, I am not saying everything on Wikipedia is true but it is a good place to start. I love Wikipedia but some articles are mad, like the other day when I was reading about the Rothchild family. The article tells us that the Rothchild family own banks all over the world and shows us pictures of at least 20 huge mansions that they own all over the world, the article even tells us that some of mansions shown are not the only mansions that they own in the cities that are shown in the article. After the article tells us about this families long history of obscene wealth and greed, the article finishes off with this; Many conspiracy theories about the Rothschild family have been identified as a result of anti-Semitic prejudice reaching back several hundred years, including the era of the Napoleonic wars, and not as a result of valid evidence.
So according to Wikipedia conspiracy theories about the Rothchild family have been identified as being anti-Semitic? The article fails to tell us who identified conspiracy theories about the Rothchild family as anti-Semitc but apparently it as been anti-Semitc since the Napoleonic wars. I am glad Wikipedia cleared that up for me, here I am calling myself a truther when actually I have already been identified as an anti-Semitic, ignorant, racist prick. Well if that is the case I best STFU and stop posting this racist shit. BELOW IS THE WHOLE ARTICLE I decided to copy and paste just in case it gets changed.
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There is nothing worse than doing research for which you don’t get paid, and then finding out that it’s not even valid! What if you wrote a whole thesis paper for college, only to find out that all of your research was based on lies and propaganda? How about if you did hours and hours of homework for a sick relative, to help them try to overcome some major illness, and then figured out later that you had given them a boatload of bad advice? How upsetting would that be?
Millions of Americans are growing to distrust medical doctors, dentists, dermatologists and oncologists, mainly because we’re all finding out that most of them are paid big bucks by Big Pharma to dish out chemical medicines that only cover up and relieve symptoms of deeper rooted illnesses. What’s worse, most of these sicknesses, diseases and disorders are preventable, if only we all had the right resources for research and self-investigation. Continue reading »
Last week, Natural Newsexposed the utter and total takeover of the free online encyclopedia Wikipedia, which we have now learned is being orchestrated by a community strangely referring to themselves as “skeptical activists,” of which pro-vaccine troll and Karmanos breast cancer surgeon David Gorski is a member.
Trusted sources confirmed Gorski has administrative privileges on Wikipedia where he writes and edits content under the username “MastCell.” Under these administrative controls, Gorski and his team of skeptics are thought to have penned a defamatory review of Andrew Wakefield’s documentary VAXXED, a film instrumental in widening the discussion on vaccine safety. Continue reading »
Our reality is carefully constructed by powerful corporate, political and special interest sources in order to covertly sway public opinion. Blatant lies are often televised regarding terrorism, food, war, health, etc. They are fashioned to sway public opinion and condition viewers to accept what have become destructive societal norms.
The practice of manipulating and controlling public opinion with distorted media messages has become so common that there is a whole industry formed around this. The entire role of this brainwashing industry is to figure out how to spin information to journalists, similar to the lobbying of government. It is never really clear just how much truth the journalists receive because the news industry has become complacent. The messages that it presents are shaped by corporate powers who often spend millions on advertising with the six conglomerates that own 90% of the media: General Electric (GE), News-Corp, Disney, Viacom, Time Warner, and CBS. Yet, these corporations function under many different brands, such as Fox, ABC, CNN, Comcast, Wall Street Journal, etc, giving people the perception of choice. Continue reading »
– Jimmy Wales used porn site money to launch Wikipedia, then edited his own entries to try to hide his links to porn industry (Natural News, April 9, 2015):
The “online encyclopedia” known as Wikipedia has a problem with accuracy, bias and misinformation, which is bad enough — but one of its co-founders, Jimmy Wales, may also have ties to the porn industry.
According to a new book by Mike Bundrant, co-founder of the iNLP Center and host of Mental Health Exposed, a Natural News Radio program, the Wikipedia site routinely violates its pledge of neutrality in views, especially when it comes to information about alternative health.
“Wikipedia is on a misinformation campaign against alternative health and the healing arts. The public needs to know it. Natural health deserves fair representation,” said Bundrant on his Kickstarter web page aimed at raising funds to publish and distribute Ubiased: The Truth about Healing Arts on Wikipedia. Continue reading »
– Wikipedia Founder Sues NSA, Demands “End To NSA’s Dragnet Surveillance Of Internet Traffic” (ZeroHedge, March 10, 2015):
By Jimmy Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, is a board member of the Wikimedia Foundation, of which Lila Tretikov is the executive director, first posted in the NYT.
Stop Spying on Wikipedia Users
TODAY, we’re filing a lawsuit against the National Security Agency to protect the rights of the 500 million people who use Wikipedia every month. We’re doing so because a fundamental pillar of democracy is at stake: the free exchange of knowledge and ideas.
Our lawsuit says that the N.S.A.’s mass surveillance of Internet traffic on American soil — often called “upstream” surveillance — violates the Fourth Amendment, which protects the right to privacy, as well as the First Amendment, which protects the freedoms of expression and association. We also argue that this agency activity exceeds the authority granted by the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act that Congress amended in 2008. Continue reading »
Federal Agents Urged to ‘Friend’ People on Social Networks, Memo Reveals
(Fox News) — A privacy watchdog has uncovered a government memo that encourages federal agents to befriend people on a variety of social networks, to take advantage of their readiness to share — and to spy on them. In response to a Freedom of Information request, the government released a handful of documents, including a May 2008 memo detailing how social-networking sites are exploited by the Office of Fraud Detection and National Security (FDNS).
As of Thursday morning, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and Digg had not commented on the report, which details the official government program to spy via social networking. Other websites the government is spying on include Twitter, MySpace, Craigslist and Wikipedia, according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), which filed the FOIA request.
“Narcissistic tendencies in many people fuel a need to have a large group of ‘friends’ link to their pages, and many of these people accept cyber-friends that they don’t even know,” stated one of the documents obtained by the EFF. “This provides an excellent vantage point for FDNS to observe the daily life of beneficiaries and petitioners who are suspected of fraudulent activities,” it said.
According to the EFF, this memo — which specifically details how the government evaluates potential citizen requests — suggests there’s nothing to prevent an exaggerated, harmless or even out-of-date offhand comment in a status update from quickly becoming the subject of a full investigation.
With this revelation, the government joins a growing list of groups using social-networking sites for purposes other than social networking. As these sites have gained popularity, scammers and spammers have become rampant, and hackers are increasingly turning to networks such as Facebook to spread viruses and Trojan Horses.
The EFF also uncovered efforts by the Department of Homeland Security to monitor social media during the inauguration of President Obama. According to the documents, the DHS collected a massive amount of data on individuals and organizations explicitly tied to the event.
The DHS notably attempted to ensure that its use of social networks was appropriate while gathering data online. The newly released documents cite the Fair Information Practices Principles, a 2008 policy memo by the Department of Homeland Security’s chief privacy officer that set guidelines for ensuring online privacy during the collection of information.
US intelligence agencies are using Google’s technology to help its agents share information about their suspects
Google has been recruited by US intelligence agencies to help them better process and share information they gather about suspects.
Agencies such as the National Security Agency have bought servers on which Google-supplied search technology is used to process information gathered by networks of spies around the world. Continue reading »