The internet wouldn’t be the internet without the greatest encyclopedia of accredited information ever created – Wikipedia. Maintained by armies of dedicated independent editors, many of them financed by respected organizations like the Open Society Foundation, Wikipedia covers every topic from politics and history to science and the arts.
Although much of its content is non-political in nature, Wikipedia’s political pages have a decidedly progressive bias. Take for example the page on Anne Coulter, the well-known racist and conservative political pundit. Among the subtitles on this page are “plagiarism accusations”, “public perception” and a range of others detailing her deplorable political views. Contrast this to Barrack Obama’s page which has no negative subtitles, and even includes “legacy” section, giving his presidency a stunning appraisal and blaming his perceived political errors on the Bush administration. For every conservative political figure, you inevitably find a “controversies” section or something similar, proving just how terrible conservatives really are, but the content on progressive public figures is overwhelmingly positive and includes interesting details about their lives that show how smart and morally upstanding they are.
Wikipedia also has many pages dedicated exclusively to exposing debunked conspiracy theories such as those about the 9/11 attacks, the Holocaust, the Bilderberg Group and Sandy Hook. Take the 9/11 page, which rebuts common conspiracy theories by detailing the opinions of accredited experts casting doubt on the theories in general terms, and questioning the moral character of their proponents. The article is full of gloomy looking pictures of people who question the official story, and rightfully does not provide an explanation for “building 7” since this was not mentioned in the official accredited 9/11 report. Any layman reading this article would come away with a healthy skepticism of anyone who questions the official story and would most likely respond to such people with laughter and superior, snarky quips thereafter.
Social justice warriors regularly hold Wikipedia edit-a-thons in which concerned activists edit pages to promote their social justice causes and smear right wing bigots. Through their painstaking work, the progressive message of tolerance, peace and diversity is spread to every corner of the planet, and unsuspecting internet searchers are bombarded with social justice messages. So thank Allah for Wikipedia, and may they continue to be the agents for progressivism that the world so sorely needs.