Stop Trusting Wikipedia

There is not much use in following the news using the mainstream media if you truly want to be aware of what is happening in the world. The same is true for Wikipedia. This project, which once started off as a great idea, has lost all his value for truth seekers.

To give two clear examples about the levels of censorship, this is what Wikipedia writes about HCQ and Ivermectin.

“Hydroxychloroquine has been studied for an ability to prevent and treat coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID‑19), but clinical trials found it ineffective for this purpose and a possible risk of dangerous side effects.”

You can easily discover that this is not true, by checking the information on HCQ Meta, a website which lists “HCQ for COVID-19: real-time meta analysis of 292 studies.”

“During the COVID-19 pandemic, misinformation has been widely spread claiming that ivermectin is beneficial for treating and preventing COVID-19.” 

Again, you will find enormous numbers of resources on the internet which declare the benefits of Ivermectin for the treatment and even prevention of COVID-19 infections. The best I found is Iver Meta, “Ivermectin for COVID-19: real-time meta analysis of 65 studies.”

It is clear that Wikipedia is singing in tune with the mainstream media on this subject, and on many others as well. This prompted the Swiss Policy Research website to publish an article called, “Is Wikipedia an open encyclopedia or a covert disinformation operation?”

I highly encourage you, especially if you still trust Wikipedia, to read this article and check the resources. As always, do your own research, double check the things you don’t believe. I think you will also come to the conclusion that this free service is worth what you pay for it.