Here's a thought (sorry, it Ireland/Britain related again). If Wikipedia supports a position on some matter or other - and it does - then it's pushing POV, and given the site receives more hits than just about any other website, Wikipedia is the web's biggest POV pusher; right?
Take this example. There's controversy and ill feeling about the naming of Londonderry in Northern Ireland. The official name is Londonderry, but the Irish pov pushers are in there and have managed to get an Ireland Manual of Style ruling that the name should be Derry throughout the 'pedia; see here. We then have gits like this who take no prisoners in their quest to change every instance of Londonderry to Derry. So my point is - Wikipedia is, to all intents and purposes, promoting the use of Derry as opposed to Londonderry, so the dirty bastards are POV pushing, simple as that. Anyone who reads Wikipedia will conclude that Derry is right and Londonderry is wrong.
Surely the non-pov way would be to accept either version and defer to the choice of the first major editor of an article, and only change following agreement (see the BC/AD versus CE/BCE ruling for how this can work).
So there you have it. I bet this sort of thing is happening throughtout the 'pedia, so despite all the shit from the likes of Jimbo regarding some pillars or other, Wikipedia must be the world's biggest pov pusher.
Note: for the county of Londonderry as opposed to the city, the IMOS states Londonderry must be used - POV pushing again.