Who needs socialist educations? I got Wikipedia!

Learning with the internet, not schools

Ohio state representative Andrew Brenner (R-Powell) has made an important point that most of the corporate news media has missed. Luckily, I am here to explain it to you.

Normally, of course, I would tell you that anything “scholarly” or “academic” is typically liberal propaganda made up by atheists who worship Satan and think Shortbread is the best Girl Scout cookie.

But representative Brenner, the vice chair of the Ohio House Education Committee, used Wikipedia’s definition of socialism to prove an excellent conservative point!

“Socialism, defined on Wikipedia, ‘is a social and economic system characterized by social ownership of the means of production and co-operative management of the economy,’” he wrote, noting that the provided definition “seems to summarize our primary education system.”


Some people have said Wikipedia has a liberal bias, but this just proves that the opposite is true.  In fact, this gave me new respect for Wikipedia. Who needs schools? Obviously, all you have to do to understand things like “socialism” is read Wikipedia… and then use your own logicalness skills to reason out the rest!

After all, think about it: If Wikipedia is so bad, then why did all my teachers try to tell me that it was not acceptable to use as a source in a research paper? Hmm?

Clearly they were trying to hide its ability to speak truth to power. Once I realized this, I looked up as many definitions (which Wikipedia defines as “a statement that explains the meaning of a term”) as possible!

Wikipedia: speaking truth to power!

Authoritarianism, as defined by Wikipedia, is characterized by absolute or blind obedience to authority, as against individual freedom.

What does this remind you of? How about the 99% of scientists that have conspired to fool the world that global warming is real even though the winter has never been colder? Or evolutionary biologists that say that just because it’s a theory does not mean it is not a scientific fact? Wikipedia is saying that science in general is authoritarian, and thus anti-American!

An Information Society, as defined by Wikipedia, is “a society where the creation, distribution, use, integration and manipulation of information is a significant economic, political, and cultural activity.”

The key word here is MANIPULATION. Isn’t that exactly what the liberal media does to try to convince people that Barack Hussein Obama is the President despite no proof that he was elected twice? If you don’t have anything to hide, show us the votes! Otherwise, you’re waving a FALSE FLAG!

Speaking of Obama…

Despotism, as defined in Wikipedia, is “a form of government in which a single entity rules with absolute power.”

Certainly sounds like Obama, doesn’t it? Obama does everything he wants just by making an executive order without the input of Congress. That’s why Obamacare doesn’t have a public option: because Obama always gets his way.

I’d like to thank representative Andrew Brenner for teaching us all a valuable lesson. We don’t need these liberal indoctrination camps, i.e. colleges and universities. We can learn everything we need to know by looking things up on Wikipedia!

It looks like the liberal lie machine has met its match!

Or at least, that’s what I wrote on Wikipedia.