Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Putting A Fork In It

Aside from the fact that I've been a regular reader over at Vox Popoli for well over a decade, I enlisted amongst the rank and file of the Vile Faceless Minions because I believe our Dark Lord of the Evil Legion of Evil deserves all the credit and support he can get for taking his efforts to oppose the continuing convergence of our culture and society not just online as a keyboard warrior in the mindwars of cyberspace, but also in teh real life. He is leading the way showing those of us who are awake, that we don't have to take the continued SJW convergence of our institutions, social media and other mediums of thoughts and expressions lying down...that we CAN actually do something to fight back.

SJW's converged Science Fiction? Our Dark Lord went and co-founded his own damn publishing house and is now producing literary works with themes and narratives that have been largely suppressed by the traditional publishing houses seeking to control the narrative.

Alt-Right folks getting shadow-banned or outright banned on Twitter? He's one of the leading users and supporter for Gab, a new social media platform alternative, which unlike Twitter, is dedicated to upholding real free speech for it's participants.

While leading thousands on an exodus from an SJW converged mainstream social media platform and founding a successful publishing house of best-selling, politically incorrect literature are both major accomplishments by our Dark Lord in the 21st Century culture wars in our Brave New World Order, it his latest act of counter-insurgency that I hope grows into his most successful venture to date.

It is the badly needed and long overdue answer to the SJWs attempted control of the narrative by manufacturing consensus with heavy handed and persistent  censorship and suppression of politically incorrect topics on Wikipedia.

By forking the preeminent online encyclopedia of the world-wide Interwebz to establish Infogalactic: Planetary Knowledge Core, our Dark Lord has made what I think will ultimately prove to be his most significant contribution in leading the counter-insurgency against the SJWs global convergence efforts towards  totalitarian thought policing and mass mind control.


One of the first posts Vox made after the launch of Infogalactic, was to compare the Wikimedia page for Mike Cernovich versus the Infogalactic page for him. While the differences between the two pages are quite instructive and show precisely why Infogalactic was a badly needed alternative in the first place, the first thing I searched for when I checked out our Dark Lord's latest project, was to see if Infogalactic had a page for Thomas Ball.

To those of you who have frequented these fringes of the fever swamps on teh Interwebz for years now, that name may ring a bell. He was the man who self-immolated on the steps of a New Hampshire family court, in protest of the systemic injustice that had subjected him to divorce rape and parental alienation from his young children.

"Face it boys, we are no longer fathers...we are piggy banks."

I had stopped linking to Wikipedia over five years ago and avoided using it as much as possible myself during that time, after watching them memory hole Thomas Ball's page back in 2011. Looking for his page as my first search on Infogalactic gave me a surprise...it appears that the thought police at Wikipedia had  allowed a recent re-posting of a Thomas Ball page to remain published, since two "acceptable sources"  were cited by the recently re-created page.

The "acceptable sources" excuse is one of the primary means for Wikipedia's SJW editors at-large to rationalize and justify deleting any pages they deemed unacceptable to the politically correct narrative they seek to enforce. This is also one of the primary ways in which Infogalactic differentiates itself from Wikipedia. As Infogalactic's main page notes:

"The foundational principles by which Infogalactic operates are very different from the Five Pillars of Wikipedia. These principles are known as the Seven Canons of Infogalactic."

Wikipedia's second pillar, "All articles must strive for verifiable accuracy, citing reliable, authoritative sources..." was the previous justification for the deletion of Thomas Ball's page in 2011.

Here are a few Wikipedia Thought Police editors arguing for deletion of that page:

Delete - Most of the sources cited in the article are non-RS -- mostly opinionated blogs. From the few reliable sources, I conclude that this guy's life was pretty much of a mess and he committed suicide, choosing a highly visible method and leaving a long rambling note. That's all. The fact that men's rights bloggers have decided to reinvent him as a men's rights activist who died for their cause does not make it true, and it does not make the details of his biography notable. Wikipedia is WP:NOTNEWS, nor a memorial site, nor an online venue for promoting causes by turning deceased people into martyrs. --Orlady (talk) 18:24, 23 June 2011 (UTC)

WP:NOTNEWS. Every day in many cities there are newspaper stories on topics like "local man kills self", "police officer shot and killed", and "convenience store clerk killed in robbery." The fact that those stories are published in reputable and reliable newspapers does not make the story topics into topics for encyclopedia articles. And Wikipedia doesn't base articles on what bloggers think. --Orlady (talk) 19:15, 23 June 2011 (UTC)
Delete WP:BIO1E. 90% of the references are in context of people bloging about how horrible it is. Simply too soon to see how this is going to stick in the history. Not opposed when more verifyiable and reliable sources write about it. Hasteur (talk) 18:32, 23 June 2011 (UTC)
Delete Fails WP:EVENT. The vast majority of the refs provided fail WP:RS. Blogs can't be used to establish notability. - Burpelson AFB ✈ 18:37, 23 June 2011 (UTC)
Delete - no evidence of actual notability; see WP:BIO1E, WP:COATRACK and (odd though it might seem) WP:UPANDCOMING for my reasoning - the latter to address the "it's getting more famous everyday among people who read the same websites I do" arguments from people coming here as a result of the outside canvassing effort. --Orange Mike | Talk 20:41, 23 June 2011 (UTC)

In 2016, it seems that we finally have this verifiable accuracy from an authoritative and reliable source, as a new new page was published and allowed to stand just months before Infogalactic forked Wikipedia and went live. So now Thomas Ball has pages on both sites now.

While I consider that a good thing, it's still far too little, far too late. The undoubtedly financially compensated shills and would-be Thought Police of Wikipedia can go fork themselves. They have now been rendered obsolete. We have no reason any longer to ever have to deal with their censorship and subversion again, now that we have a viable alternative to use in their place.

Here's to making Infogalactic a success....I urge all who read this who blog and comment on teh Interwebz to eschew citing Wikipedia ever again. You now have the means to do so while still getting all of the utility Wikipedia used to provide, since it's all there on Infogalactic as well.