Dr. Deepak Chopra, Your Brain on Wikipedia, the Wikipedia Documentary, and Israel

Dr. Chopra, some new agey Indian guy who's on shows like Oprah all the time, continues to blame US policy for the attacks in Mumbai. He just stated on the news that people should consult Wikipedia for their information. Seriously, what is the world coming to? Since when does Deepak Chopra know anything? Why do people promote Wikipedia like it is good for anything other than misinformation? It would be like telling people to consult the board game, "Monopoly" to learn about economic issues. Wikipidia is an online role-playing game. Nothing more. It needs to be regarded as such, especially when it comes to important topics (Middle East, Israel, Islamic terrorism, Hamas, Hezbollah, etc.). It's doing nothing but providing biased and misleading misinforming to millions upon millions of people. It's also full of defamation, libel, and various smear campaigns, if not on the main page articles themselves, then in all the behind the scenes "talk pages." There needs to be a large campaign explaining how only stupid people go to Wikipedia for their information. It needs to be something like the anti-drugs campaign of the 80's. Then there needs to be some "behind the scenes" information about the people who are actively editing important topics. Y'know, the high schoolers, unemployed people living with their parents, old single bitter British men who own lots of cats, socialists, atheists, alcoholics, drug addicts, anarchists, criminals, etc. Who are these anonymous editors? Our film should be done in the style of the film "Wordplay" (again furthering the idea that Wikipedia is just a game):



Of course our film would show the differences in the types of people who are Crossword Champions and the folks who are behind-the-scenes at Wikipedia, who would be more like the stars in the film "King of Kong" (not in the intelligence sense, but in the nerdy sense):


Again, the characters in both the "King of Kong" and "Wordplay" are too smart for our documentary about Wikipedia, which would show how ANYONE can be a "champion" in the Wikipedia Game! (By the way, we highly recommend both of these documentaries).

On another note, we were surprised to learn that Mr. Wales (Wikipedia's founder) is an objectivist and subscribes to Ayn Rand's philosophy. It's ironic because Wikipedia is run by a collective mob mentality. Kudos to him for creating a great game. However, it's one in which individualists lose and the collective wins.

This is why Israel is widely smeared as an "apartheid state" and Islamic terrorists groups are regarded as legitimate resistance movements. Israel itself should consider suing those individuals and groups who are in the business of defaming the Jewish State with the overwhelming amounts of false propaganda of the likes we haven't seen since 1938!

Again: Mossad = Zionists = Israel = Jews. If you have an overwhelming, disdainful obsession with any of them, then you are just expressing the new and "improved," socially acceptable, form of Jew hatred.

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