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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.
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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, (Such as [[User: Crocoite|"Crocoite"]], [[User:Karajou|"Karajou"]] and [[User: Conservative|"Conservative"]]) 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.
 
The average age of the Wikipedia police is probably between 15 and 17 years old.

Revision as of 16:27, 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, (Such as "Crocoite", "Karajou" and "Conservative") 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.

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