(Natural News) Yes, Jimmy Wales used proceeds from the sale of dot-com pornography to start Wikipedia. Targeting men who were looking for erotic trash online, “Bomis” was launched as a soft porn website, featuring sports cars and sleazy women as enticements, and that slowly morphed into “Nupedia,” then finally warped into the pharma-controlled fake encyclopedia we all know today as Wikipedia.

Now, it looks like Jimmy Wales’ and his fake info website business is going bankrupt – begging his naive “customers” to give him money so they can survive and pay the “volunteers” (even though they’re supposedly non-profit). Could the volunteers be pharma shills, like the sleezy “press-titutes” of the Snopes crew of fake “fact checkers?”

Still today, any layman can edit Wikipedia, and they do. Mostly biotech shills and pharma hacks bad mouth anything natural or organic, while promoting any food, medicine or vaccines that contain chemicals that cause cancer and dementia. With no scruples or ethics in place, the porno-king’s “facts” are all lies when it comes to any knowledge about self-preservation, natural healing, or longevity.

The soft-core porn-king is dying for your money

Posting as of late on anything linked to Wikipedia, comes the pleading huckster’s post for you to give him some money, even just a cup of coffee’s worth, so he can continue surviving and “thriving.” Well, if you’re thriving, why beg for $2.75 from everyone? It’s big pharma at work, folks, and if they con everyone out of $2.75, who thinks Wikipedia is real, then the billionaires get richer while the rest of us sink with the Titanic (the complete blackout of useful information on line).

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Please, DO “scroll away” from fake-a-pedia, the world’s worst online dictionary of opinionated hit-pieces written by biotech shills and pharma industry hacks using weak sourcing, or simply no sourcing at all. They’re begging us all for our money so they can continue lying to us about everything that matters. Remember, Wikipedia was founded by two schmucks who ran a soft porn circuit of media and used the money to start the crook site.

DO NOT give money to Wikipedia, the online propaganda encyclopedia run by Big Pharma crooks and all those chemical-violence-supporting, pro-vaccine fanatics

If you’re looking up anything that has to do with medicine, food, or your Constitutional rights, you won’t find anything true or useful. Trust us. Natural News investigative reporters have done ample research on the writers and editors of Wikipedia, and they’re all charlatans and hucksters, who sold their souls to evil Biotech and sinister Pharma (including the highly corrupt vaccine industry) from day one, knowing good and well exactly what they were getting into. Do not give your money to vaccine pedophiles or Big Pharma crooks.

Now, the fake dictionary is hurting, and hurting bad. Even school kids know better than to try to look something up on False-a-pedia. Wicked-pedia. Peda-pedia. It’s a farce and now it looks like the porn-pirate ship is sinking, and fast. Are they going bankrupt, or will they just sell more lies to stay alive and afloat? Here are some screen shots of the beggars begging for your pocket change so they can continue to medically abuse their customers with horrible advice “factoids.”

 

Tune in to FakeScience.news for updates on how Wikipedia, WebMD, and CNN want us all to commit eco-genocide and murder billions of humans to “save” planet Earth. Yes, 11,000 supposed climate scientists (really just a blog post survey of 11,000 nobodies) and the information Nazis swear that if you don’t surrender 75 percent of your paycheck to the government, you will burst into flames in the US streets inside of 10 years.

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