On one of the HubSpot femtech spam articles, that promoting the otherwise obscure Caitlin Kalinowski, GorillaWarfare edit wars to restore an honor Ms. (?) Kalinowski was alleged to have received, insisting "this is career-related":
This was then removed by Fram as a false claim:
Meanwhile, at the Village Pump, an editor shows up to complain about obvious bias in several articles, including Gamergate controversy, the arbitration case for which Warfare first recused herself before changing her mind mid-stream, and her very own creation Incel:
https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?ti ... _Wikipedia
Or take, for example, the article on "incel". Again, the lede is excessively long, and a full-on no-holds-barred assault on these people. The lede feels the need to mention, among other minutia, that these people are "mostly white, male and heterosexual"…Specifically mentioning "white, male and heterosexual" in the lede is quite clearly pushing a certain socio-political agenda. Anybody who denies this is either delusional or deliberately lying. Anybody who is even slightly intellectually honest will admit that there is a political message being shoved in there…
And oh boy, do I even need to mention the gamergate controversy article? It's arguably the most biased article in the entirety of wikipedia.
To which a Wikipedia administrator named Golbez responds in Warfare's defense:
Wikipedia reflects reality, and reality has a well-known liberal bias.
And offers the helpful totally non-offensive suggestion:
The only thing more pathetic than nailing yourself to a cross is whining that someone else hasn't nailed you to a cross yet.