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Ok this is the one thing that I never understood. Wikipedia was meant to have a "world-wide view" on a subject because if you filter your view and only look at it from an American perspective you can't really have a full grasp on a subject. Also just because you said something negative in the USA article doesn't mean it's blatantly "anti-american" I mean lets face it I doubt you can say anything positive about the slave trade or the Japaneses internment camps. --[[User:CartoonDiablo|CartoonDiablo]] 09:42, 15 June 2008 (EDT)
 
Ok this is the one thing that I never understood. Wikipedia was meant to have a "world-wide view" on a subject because if you filter your view and only look at it from an American perspective you can't really have a full grasp on a subject. Also just because you said something negative in the USA article doesn't mean it's blatantly "anti-american" I mean lets face it I doubt you can say anything positive about the slave trade or the Japaneses internment camps. --[[User:CartoonDiablo|CartoonDiablo]] 09:42, 15 June 2008 (EDT)
 
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Ok this is the one thing that I never understood. Wikipedia was meant to have a "world-wide view" on a subject because if you filter your view and only look at it from an American perspective you can't really have a full grasp on a subject. Also just because you said something negative in the USA article doesn't mean it's blatantly "anti-american" I mean lets face it I doubt you can say anything positive about the slave trade or the Japaneses internment camps. --CartoonDiablo 09:42, 15 June 2008 (EDT)