"I no longer trust the website I created" — Larry Sanger (Wikipedia Co-founder)
Currently, the world is seeing a war on information like never seen in human history. Globalists have infiltrated every form of information network from news media to informative search sites like Wikipedia.
It is the world’s fifth-largest website, pulling in an estimated 6.1 billion followers per month and serving as a cheat sheet for almost any topic in the world. So great is the online encyclopedia’s influence that it is the biggest and “most read reference work in history”, with as many as 56 million editions.
People using CIA and FBI computers have edited entries in the online encyclopedia Wikipedia on topics including the Iraq war and the Guantanamo prison, according to a new tracing program. The changes may violate Wikipedia’s conflict-of-interest guidelines.
The program, WikiScanner, was developed by Virgil Griffith of the Santa Fe Institute in New Mexico and posted this month on a Web site that was quickly overwhelmed with searches. The program allows users to track the source of computers used to make changes to the popular Internet encyclopedia where anyone can submit and edit entries.
WikiScanner revealed that CIA computers were used to edit an entry on the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 2003. A graphic on casualties was edited to add that many figures were estimated and were not broken down by class. Computers at numerous other organizations and companies were found to have been involved in editing articles related to them.