on Wikipedia Review.
The Wikipedia Review (http://wikipediareview.proboards78.com) is a kook anti-Wikipedia message board criticizing the even more lame and cuckoo and evil Wikipedia. It is frequented by Wikipedia trolls who engage in lame flame wars with the Wikipedia critics, a microcosm of Wikipedia's e-evil.
Lame Wikipedia fans keep insisting on how great Wikipedia is and how unbiased it is, trying to hide the fact that Wikipedia is a group blog for ne'er-do-well slackers who can sit all day long in front of their computers, supposedly for the benefit of a poor African child, who, in reality, doesn't give a fuck about Wikipedia because he doesn't have anything to eat to begin with. But, despite that, the Wikipedia kooks keep spreading their blatant lies and half-truths to other Web sites.
The Wikipedia Review is a reflection of Wikipedia's teeny bopper demographic and Web-fuckery, running on hi-tech ProBoards software for the greater good of its e-mass audience.
Just like Encyclopedia Dramatica in its origins, The Wikipedia Review is there to create drama by taking revenge of Wikipedia's brainwashed wikipedophilic fans and to eradicate Wikipedia from the e-public space.This is an example of a critic's response
to a Wikimedia fan regarding Wikipedia forks used for spamming:
"I don't see how the entire WWW can be ruined by one website."
It's not just Wikipedia, although they're at the top Kether position of a triangulated crossfire of web-fuckery:
These three entities, acting in tandem, have a synergetic effect on the web in which the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
This shows how Wikimedia critics constantly have to re-educate Wikimedia fans because they're so brainwashed with their Jimmy-Wales idolatry that they need to be shown the reality of their Wikimedia garbage over and over again.