Sunday, March 27, 2011

Yet Another Wikipedia Cover-Up!

Alleged murderer Chaudry Rashid.

By Nicholas Stix
February 14, 2011
Nicholas Stix, Uncensored
Revised at 11:37 p.m., on Sunday, March 27, 2011.
(For background, see:

“Wikipedia on Race: ‘World’s biggest encylopedia’ serves up propaganda”; and

“Wikipedia’s Censors are Hard at Work, Ensuring That Readers Do Not Learn about Crimes Committed by Members of ‘Protected Classes’ Against Members of ‘Non-Protected’ Classes.”)

Who is Chaudhry Rashid, and why should he matter to you?

As my VDARE editor-colleague James Fulford reports, Rashid is a Pakistani living in Georgia charged with having murdered his own daughter in an honor killing, two-and-a-half years ago.

But the censors at Wikipedia—you know, the cult co-founded by Jimmy Wales, who just raised $16 million in record time, under the fraudulent pretext that it was so that The Pretend Encyclopedia, as I call it, could keep readers better informed—are dedicated to keeping the public in the dark about this case, and millions of others that similarly show how multiculturalism is destroying America, according to plan.

Mr. Rashid is suspected of killing his daughter to preserve the family honor, an act not characteristic of actual "Georgia Men"--in the old stories about shotgun weddings, the shotgun was pointed at the prospective (if he knew what was good for him) son-in-law.

This custom has died out--who wants Levi Johnston for a son-in-law? But the custom of killing your daughter if she misbehaves is regrettably common among Pakistanis.

Police Say Georgia Man Killed Own Daughter to Protect Family Honor, July 08, 2008
I can't find much more about Rashid. I'll just point out that WikiPedia deleted the article on him. The reasons given were that it wasn't notable enough--because of the lack of mainstream media coverage. Also I'll note that other stories about Mr. Rashid called him Georgia Dad and Jonesboro Man.

[“‘Georgia Man’ 1, ‘Georgia Man’ 2, and Immigrant Familicide–Elvis Has Left Central America,” by James Fulford, VDARE, February 13, 2011.]

Update: At 11:29 p.m. on March 27, 2011, the Wikipedia/Pretend Encylcopedia entry, “Honor killing in the United States,” contained a 52-word reference to Rashid’s alleged murder of his daughter.

Sandeela Kanwal

In July 2008,
New York Post writer John P. Avlon claimed that the murder of 25-year-old Sandeela Kanwal—allegedly by her father, Chaudhry Rashid—was an "American Honor Killing."[8] Rashid is said to have strangled Kanwal to death with a bungee cord after she tried to end her arranged marriage.

However, the Wikithugs have no intention of permitting a separate entry to be devoted to this murder, and the lessons it has regarding the perils of Moslem immigration.

Sunday, March 6, 2011

George Leroy Baker III

By Nicholas Stix

You will not find any entries in Wikipedia for George Leroy Baker III. If you start an entry on him, the Wikicensors who seek to have it deleted will say something like, ‘Being the victim of a crime alone is not justification for having an article about someone.’ But what they’ll really mean is, ‘Being the victim of a crime alone is not justification for having an article about someone … white.’

Wikipedia, or as I call it, The Pretend Encyclopedia, has articles about people who are known only because they were the victim of a crime: James Byrd Jr., Kitty Genovese, Matthew Shepard, et al. It even has articles about people like Paula Cooper, whose only claim to fame is having murdered someone. It doesn’t have an article about Cooper’s victim, Ruth Pelke, because Mrs. Pelke was white, while Cooper is a racist black, who targeted Mrs. Pelke based on the color of her skin.

Likewise, George Leroy Baker III was a white, heterosexual male who was targeted based on the color of his skin, and stomped to death by three black teenagers in Lynchburg, Virginia, on September 5, 2010. That not only made his death “unnotable” to the Wikicensors, but indeed made it important to them not to record the death of this devoted father and grandfather.

George Baker’s only chance at meriting “notability” at TPE will be if Wikipedians take up the cause of one or more of his killers—i.e., to help them escape punishment—in which case they may mention the victim, within entries on his killers.

See my previous reports:

“In Lynchburg, Virginia, Still Another ‘Random’ Act”;

“George Leroy Baker III, Another of the Legion of Whites Who ‘Have No Memorial; Who are Perished, as Though They Had Never been; and are Become as Though They Had Never been Born’”; and

“Raceless, Nameless, 13-Year-Old Convicted of First-Degree Murder, in Racially Motivated Stomping Slaying of White 81-Year-Old, George Leroy Baker III.”