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The '''Wikipedia police''', or Wikipedia secret police, is a group of anonymous editors and administrators who quickly censor material that undermines the [[liberal]] and [[atheistic]] belief systems.  This police has virtually no accountability to anyone and applies a complex set of rules in a completely one-sided manner.  They almost never have user names reflecting their real names, and often operate under childish or anti-intellectual user names.
 
The '''Wikipedia police''', or Wikipedia secret police, is a group of anonymous editors and administrators who quickly censor material that undermines the [[liberal]] and [[atheistic]] belief systems.  This police has virtually no accountability to anyone and applies a complex set of rules in a completely one-sided manner.  They almost never have user names reflecting their real names, and often operate under childish or anti-intellectual user names.
  
The average age of the Wikipedia police is probably between 15 and 17 years old.
 
 
[[category:Wikipedia]]
 
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==External Links==
 
==External Links==
 
*[http://www.nexusmagazine.com/articles/Wikipedia.html The Truths and Lies of WikiWorld] [[Philip Coppens]], ''[[Nexus Magazine]]'', Accessed February 27, 2008
 
*[http://www.nexusmagazine.com/articles/Wikipedia.html The Truths and Lies of WikiWorld] [[Philip Coppens]], ''[[Nexus Magazine]]'', Accessed February 27, 2008

Revision as of 18:46, 27 February 2008

The Wikipedia police, or Wikipedia secret police, is a group of anonymous editors and administrators who quickly censor material that undermines the liberal and atheistic belief systems. This police has virtually no accountability to anyone and applies a complex set of rules in a completely one-sided manner. They almost never have user names reflecting their real names, and often operate under childish or anti-intellectual user names.

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