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#1 Thoth101

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Posted 09 July 2020 - 10:34 PM

For those who like to use Wikipedia take some notes. :clapping:

 

Although Jimmy Wales, the public figurehead of Wikipedia, tries to give the world the impression that his website is an independent entity, the reality is that the Wikimedia Foundation, of which Wikipedia is a project, has been directly dependent upon support from super-wealthy benefactors with connections to the pharmaceutical investment business.

 

Over the years, one of the most notable of the Wikimedia Foundation’s benefactors has been the so-called ‘Open Society Institute’. Now known as the Open Society Foundations, this organization was founded by the notorious chairman of Soros Fund Management LLC, George Soros.

 

Links between George Soros, the Wikimedia Foundation and the drug industry

 

George Soros is a Hungarian-born currency speculator and multi-billion dollar stock market wheeler-dealer who has been convicted of insider trading in France.  Accused in court by the Dr. Rath Foundation of having funded the ARV drug-promoting Treatment Action Campaign to the tune of 1.4 million South African Rand, Soros has invested heavily in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors over the years, buying large holdings in companies such as Pfizer, Merck and Monsanto.

 

Significantly, therefore, Melissa Hagemann, a senior program manager of the Soros Open Society Foundations’ Information Program, has previously sat on the advisory board of the Wikimedia Foundation, which operates Wikipedia. Hagemann has also worked with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation – an organization that, like Soros, has invested heavily in the drug industry over the years and, according to the Los Angeles Times, reaps vast financial gains from investments that contravene its claims to good works.

 

Similarly, Ethan Zuckerman, another former member of the Wikimedia advisory board, has also had connections to Soros and has sat on the Global Board of his Open Society Foundations.

 

Read on:

https://www.dr-rath-...ros-connection/

 

Wikipedia: Jimmy Wales

 

In a revealing email quoted in March 2008 in the USA Today newspaper, Florence Nibart-Devouard, at that time the chair of the Wikimedia Foundation’s Board, notably described Wales as someone who is “constantly trying to rewrite the past”.

 

Whilst we feel that Florence may not have been wrong, we suspect that she perhaps forgot to mention some of the other things that Wales has also seemingly been having rewritten.

 

For example, during his liaison with Marsden, Wales reportedly told her that he would “lean on a Wikipedia committee to fix her Wikipedia entry to her liking.”

 

But doesn’t that contravene Wikipedia’s rules on conflicts of interest and taking a neutral point of view?

Or don’t Wikipedia’s rules apply to Jimmy Wales? Given the mounting evidence that the facts aren’t welcome on Wikipedia, we can only assume not.

https://www.dr-rath-...ia-jimmy-wales/

 

The Facts Aren’t Welcome On Wikipedia When You Challenge The Interests Of The Drug Industry

https://www.dr-rath-...-arent-welcome/



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Posted 11 July 2020 - 01:10 PM

For those who like to use Wikipedia take some notes. :clapping:

 

Although Jimmy Wales, the public figurehead of Wikipedia, tries to give the world the impression that his website is an independent entity, the reality is that the Wikimedia Foundation, of which Wikipedia is a project, has been directly dependent upon support from super-wealthy benefactors with connections to the pharmaceutical investment business.

 

Over the years, one of the most notable of the Wikimedia Foundation’s benefactors has been the so-called ‘Open Society Institute’. Now known as the Open Society Foundations, this organization was founded by the notorious chairman of Soros Fund Management LLC, George Soros.

 

Links between George Soros, the Wikimedia Foundation and the drug industry

 

George Soros is a Hungarian-born currency speculator and multi-billion dollar stock market wheeler-dealer who has been convicted of insider trading in France.  Accused in court by the Dr. Rath Foundation of having funded the ARV drug-promoting Treatment Action Campaign to the tune of 1.4 million South African Rand, Soros has invested heavily in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology sectors over the years, buying large holdings in companies such as Pfizer, Merck and Monsanto.

 

Significantly, therefore, Melissa Hagemann, a senior program manager of the Soros Open Society Foundations’ Information Program, has previously sat on the advisory board of the Wikimedia Foundation, which operates Wikipedia. Hagemann has also worked with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation – an organization that, like Soros, has invested heavily in the drug industry over the years and, according to the Los Angeles Times, reaps vast financial gains from investments that contravene its claims to good works.

 

Similarly, Ethan Zuckerman, another former member of the Wikimedia advisory board, has also had connections to Soros and has sat on the Global Board of his Open Society Foundations.

 

Read on:

https://www.dr-rath-...ros-connection/

 

Wikipedia: Jimmy Wales

 

In a revealing email quoted in March 2008 in the USA Today newspaper, Florence Nibart-Devouard, at that time the chair of the Wikimedia Foundation’s Board, notably described Wales as someone who is “constantly trying to rewrite the past”.

 

Whilst we feel that Florence may not have been wrong, we suspect that she perhaps forgot to mention some of the other things that Wales has also seemingly been having rewritten.

 

For example, during his liaison with Marsden, Wales reportedly told her that he would “lean on a Wikipedia committee to fix her Wikipedia entry to her liking.”

 

But doesn’t that contravene Wikipedia’s rules on conflicts of interest and taking a neutral point of view?

Or don’t Wikipedia’s rules apply to Jimmy Wales? Given the mounting evidence that the facts aren’t welcome on Wikipedia, we can only assume not.

https://www.dr-rath-...ia-jimmy-wales/

 

The Facts Aren’t Welcome On Wikipedia When You Challenge The Interests Of The Drug Industry

https://www.dr-rath-...-arent-welcome/

Wikipedia doesn't suffer crackpot doctors lightly Thoth. 

 

https://www.badscien...l-this-chapter/

 

Why is it that 'YOU' are so often relating to people like Rath? 



#3 Thoth101

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Posted 12 July 2020 - 03:22 AM

Wikipedia doesn't suffer crackpot doctors lightly Thoth. 

 

https://www.badscien...l-this-chapter/

 

Why is it that 'YOU' are so often relating to people like Rath? 

It don't matter who Dr. Rath is. The fact is George Soros funds Wikipedia. The same guy who funds BLM. That should tell you something. I don't care what you think of Dr. Rath or his character but the fact is he pointed out who helps fund Wikipedia.

 

What Dr. Rath has to say about it:

 

When you search the internet for information of Dr. Matthias Rath and his work, perhaps with the goal of evaluating the validity of his public statements in the New Your Times and other newspapers, you will no doubt find a variety of opinions about him. When reading these opinions, you may be surprised by the aggressiveness of some of Dr. Rath's opponents and wonder why they have chosen to react to him this way.

 

To protect and conceal its interests, the Oil and Drug Cartel uses individuals under its ideological control, such as Jimmy Wales, who are portrayed as ‘founders’ or ‘administrators’ of Wikipedia. Wales is openly biased against natural therapies and has described their proponents as “lunatic charlatans”.

Consequently, any information you attempt to publish on Wikipedia that threatens the interests of the Oil and Drug Cartel is being carefully monitored and swiftly removed by its ‘gatekeepers‘. The targeted topics of these gatekeepers include alternative energy and advances in science-based natural health. By manipulating Wikipedia’s articles on these subjects, the gatekeepers aim to undermine their scientific value and openly defame prominent proponents such as Dr. Rath.

https://www.dr-rath-...-matthias-rath/

Lets see Ben Michael Goldacre the "owner" of badscience.net. Who seems like a Bill Gates want to be government mind controlled stooge.

In policy work, he is chair of the Health Technology Advisory Board for the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care. He sits on the Ministry of Justice Data, Evidence and Science Board. He co-authored this influential Cabinet Office paper, advocating for randomised trials in government, and setting out mechanisms to drive this forwards; and conducted an independent external review for the Department for Education, on improving the creation and use of evidence in the teaching sector (the public component of this work is published here). He is the co-founder of the AllTrials campaign.

 

His books have sold over 600,000 copies; his TED talks have had over 4 million views; while being accessible to a general audience, these lectures and books are also used in university teaching around the world. His clinical work as a medic is in liaison psychiatry, on the crossover between physical illness and mental health.

https://www.phc.ox.a...am/ben-goldacre

I would not believe anything that government, big pharma loving shrill says.

Oh my! Ted Talks just like Bill Gates. :lol: By his education you can tell he was taught in propaganda. What we have here is another mind controlled stooge from the academy of Oxford and UCL.

The liberal arts. :lol:

https://comprop.oii.ox.ac.uk/


 


Edited by Thoth101, 12 July 2020 - 03:39 AM.


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Posted 12 July 2020 - 03:32 AM

It don't matter who Dr. Rath is. The fact is George Soros funds Wikipedia. The same guy who funds BLM. That should tell you something. I don't care what you think of Dr. Rath or his character but the fact is he pointed out who helps fund Wikipedia.

 

What Dr. Rath has to say about it:

 

When you search the internet for information of Dr. Matthias Rath and his work, perhaps with the goal of evaluating the validity of his public statements in the New Your Times and other newspapers, you will no doubt find a variety of opinions about him. When reading these opinions, you may be surprised by the aggressiveness of some of Dr. Rath's opponents and wonder why they have chosen to react to him this way.

 

To protect and conceal its interests, the Oil and Drug Cartel uses individuals under its ideological control, such as Jimmy Wales, who are portrayed as ‘founders’ or ‘administrators’ of Wikipedia. Wales is openly biased against natural therapies and has described their proponents as “lunatic charlatans”.

Consequently, any information you attempt to publish on Wikipedia that threatens the interests of the Oil and Drug Cartel is being carefully monitored and swiftly removed by its ‘gatekeepers‘. The targeted topics of these gatekeepers include alternative energy and advances in science-based natural health. By manipulating Wikipedia’s articles on these subjects, the gatekeepers aim to undermine their scientific value and openly defame prominent proponents such as Dr. Rath.

https://www.dr-rath-...-matthias-rath/

 

 

I am wondering if there is anything in this Universe that is NOT a conspiracy! This forum is about science, it is not a new place for people displaced by reddit closing down 'the_donald'.. 

 

So I think it would save a lot of time, if you just let us know what you think is NOT a conspiracy..  Otherwise people are going to start to think that possibly the conspiracies you see are all in your head. 

 

Also the use of dog whistles such as the 'George Soros' and BLM kind of lets everyone know that the core of your issues is xenophobia and racism.. 



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Posted 12 July 2020 - 09:50 AM

It don't matter who Dr. Rath is. The fact is George Soros funds Wikipedia. The same guy who funds BLM. That should tell you something. I don't care what you think of Dr. Rath or his character but the fact is he pointed out who helps fund Wikipedia.

 

What Dr. Rath has to say about it:

 

When you search the internet for information of Dr. Matthias Rath and his work, perhaps with the goal of evaluating the validity of his public statements in the New Your Times and other newspapers, you will no doubt find a variety of opinions about him. When reading these opinions, you may be surprised by the aggressiveness of some of Dr. Rath's opponents and wonder why they have chosen to react to him this way.

 

To protect and conceal its interests, the Oil and Drug Cartel uses individuals under its ideological control, such as Jimmy Wales, who are portrayed as ‘founders’ or ‘administrators’ of Wikipedia. Wales is openly biased against natural therapies and has described their proponents as “lunatic charlatans”.

Consequently, any information you attempt to publish on Wikipedia that threatens the interests of the Oil and Drug Cartel is being carefully monitored and swiftly removed by its ‘gatekeepers‘. The targeted topics of these gatekeepers include alternative energy and advances in science-based natural health. By manipulating Wikipedia’s articles on these subjects, the gatekeepers aim to undermine their scientific value and openly defame prominent proponents such as Dr. Rath.

https://www.dr-rath-...-matthias-rath/

Lets see Ben Michael Goldacre the "owner" of badscience.net. Who seems like a Bill Gates want to be government mind controlled stooge.

In policy work, he is chair of the Health Technology Advisory Board for the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care. He sits on the Ministry of Justice Data, Evidence and Science Board. He co-authored this influential Cabinet Office paper, advocating for randomised trials in government, and setting out mechanisms to drive this forwards; and conducted an independent external review for the Department for Education, on improving the creation and use of evidence in the teaching sector (the public component of this work is published here). He is the co-founder of the AllTrials campaign.

 

His books have sold over 600,000 copies; his TED talks have had over 4 million views; while being accessible to a general audience, these lectures and books are also used in university teaching around the world. His clinical work as a medic is in liaison psychiatry, on the crossover between physical illness and mental health.

https://www.phc.ox.a...am/ben-goldacre

I would not believe anything that government, big pharma loving shrill says.

Oh my! Ted Talks just like Bill Gates. :lol: By his education you can tell he was taught in propaganda. What we have here is another mind controlled stooge from the academy of Oxford and UCL.

The liberal arts. :lol:

https://comprop.oii.ox.ac.uk/

Are the airplane parts found littering the ground at the Pentagon NOT a conspiracy yet?