Giles Coren is a columnist with the Times, and to say the quality of his output is variable would be a gross under-statement. He recently argued that the female players at Wimbledon should get more prize money than the male players, based on his (alleged) personal preference for women’s tennis over men’s tennis. He didn’t have the audacity to extend the same argument to soccer or rugby.
Coren’s column in today’s edition starts with the following, which piqued my interest because of the blatant corruption of the J4MB Wikipedia page by feminists and SJWs – Philip Cross and The Vintage Feminist, most notably – about which we’ve blogged:
Have you ever noticed that everything on Wikipedia is wrong and wished there were some sort of reference website with nothing but correct facts on it? If so, then what you need is Infogalactic, a new online encyclopaedia I read about this week, founded by alt-right types in America who think Wikipedia is a “Democrat weapon” whose truths are determined “by the left-wing thought police who administer it”. [J4MB – they’re not wrong.] They have responded by building a platform, using MediaWiki software, that looks just like Wikipedia but whose information, they say, is “true, relevant and verifiable”.
This is a great idea…
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