Ivy League Credit for Falsifying Wikipedia

Ivy League colleges educate our ruling class, which specializes in fabricating a false alternate reality and then using its control of the media and education establishments to force us to live in it. So it should come as no surprise that they offer students college credit for distorting the information in Wikipedia:

Fifteen universities including some Ivy League schools are offering college credit to students who will inject feminist thinking into the popular website Wikipedia — something critics are calling an eye-opening case of campus bias. …

The program is called “Storming Wikipedia,” and was set up by a group called FemTechNet as part of its Dialogues on Feminism and Technology online course, according to CampusReform.org. Approximately 300 students are currently registered for the course, and schools like Yale University, Brown University and Pennsylvania State University are participating.

Apparently the idea is to retroactively increase feminine participation in the development of society by altering history to enhance women’s achievements. As Katherine Timpf of CampusReform.org notes,

“They’re more concerned with making it politically correct than factually correct.”

With liberals, the truth is irrelevant. The only thing that matters is what is politically correct to pretend is true. This is how Barack Obama was deemed qualified to be president, and how future students may learn that Einstein learned the theory of relativity from his maid.

On tips from Dr. 9 and G. Fox. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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