Monday, May 27, 2013

Two Posts From Wikipediocracy

[I recently made the following two posts on the Wikipediocracy site. Neither have been approved by a moderator yet. - HAC]

I am someone who has fought a running battle with Wikipedia for almost seven years over false, defamatory, and meretricious crap in my entry, placed there by my personal and ideological enemies.

The thing that infuriated me most was the fact that there was simply no recourse to these effing morons telling lies on me; I tried using Wikipedia's formal grievance procedure and never got a single reply in seven years. The few times I got responses in the talk sessions from alleged "responsible senior editors" it was to tell me to piss off and to ban my IP address when I insisted in removing false and defamatory material ("vandalism") which the same editors later admitted was false and defamatory and cited "attack pages" as the source.

I eventually created my own small blog just so that I could have somewhere in the internet to respond to sheer fabrications about my life and my work. I have linked to it with this post. Now--will this post be allowed? Or will it be rejected by a moderator, or my link to my site removed? Inquiring minds want to know.

Harold A. Covington

(Note signature using real name, not false ID to hide behind. I'm not a Wikipedia editor.)

[Second post]

By the way, you know, the solution to this whole BLP problem is simple. 

Wikipedia should ban the use of pseudonyms and sock puppets by editors and let them know that “each editor is liable for the legal consequences of his actions on Wikipedia and Wikipedia will provide without subpoena the address of editors to attorneys and law enforcement authorities for the service of legal process.”

When these bastards know they can’t hide behind anonymous IP addresses and they are legally responsible for what they do and say, the feuding ax-grinding ideologues and dysfunctionals will mostly vanish. Genuine scholars have nothing to fear from their identities being known.

-Harold A. Covington

Sunday, May 19, 2013

More Developments

I'm really curious: why does this "Michaelmas" character feel an apparently compulsive need to keep on making minor edits to my Wikipedia entry? He's locked the page, and yet he can't seem to stay away from it himself. What is this peculiar fascination I seem to exercise over lefty-libs?

Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Back In Action

Okay, looks like I might have to revive this blog. I really, really have much better things to do than wage a constant war against my false and defamatory Wikipedia entry, but you have to bear in mind that millions of people actually believe Wikipedia's bullshit to be true and factual, and that can't be allowed.

In the meantime, while we wait to see if it's necessary, try this one on for size:

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Latest Comment

It's the end of January and time for more Wikipedia nonsense. I think they're going to be unlocking my article soon, and then we go back to playing the same old idiot game I've been playing since 2006 to try and prevent left-lib assholes from seizing control of the narrative of my life and career and telling very silly and very stupid lies about me. [Sigh....]

Anyway, since comments I make on Wikipedia itself are almost always pulled down by the hippie-dippy shit "editors," I will re-post them here.

==Aryan homeland==

"Aryan homeland" should be replaced with Northwest American Republic as that is the official name and is more descriptive. source:

I would correct it but this page is locked due to vandalism — Preceding [[Wikipedia:Signatures|unsigned]] comment added by [[Special:Contributions/|]] ([[User talk:|talk]]) 19:05, 21 November 2011 (UTC)

I agree. This needs to be changed. Why is this article locked?

[[Special:Contributions/|]] ([[User talk:|talk]]) 01:08, 21 January 2012 (UTC)

It is locked because last summer an individual using the name "Your Buddy Fred Lewis" went on a rampage of vandalism of the article and insisted on repeatedly including false and defamatory material, poorly sourced, using cites that even some of the other Wikipedia editors described as "attack pages." The identity of two individuals who participated in the vandalism is known to me. They are left-wing extremists and self-described "anti-Fascists" who are operating on an ideological agenda and who are motivated by personal hatred. - Harold A. Covington

Sunday, September 25, 2011

The Crap Is Starting To Ooze Back

[At right: a typical, scholarly and unbiased Wikipedia editor.]

Somebody's been monkeying with my Wikipedia article again. Slowly but surely, the meretricious crap is starting to inch back, including the use of Morris Dees' Southern Poverty Law Center as an allegedly legitimate source, which it is not. Dees makes his money out of defaming anyone right of center, and his entire operation is one gigantic act of Constitutional indecency.

Some pointless errors of fact--evidently any old asshole can be cited by Wikipedia as an "authority" so long as he works for a "mainstream" media outlet, and Wikipedia's idea of what constitutes mainstream is, shall we say, pretty damned broad?

No outright lies yet, but the use of the SPLC as a source does not bode well for the accuracy or scholarly validity of the article.

Maybe they think I'll lose interest and stop monitoring the article. In any case, I suppose I need to be prepared to go to war again

Monday, September 5, 2011

It's Alive!

I notice there has been an update to my Wikipedia article.

Some of the incidents they cite are ridiculously minor and inconsequential and have no bearing on much of anything significant in my work or my past. I can see no reason at all why they need to be recorded until the end of time.

But, to be fair, there are still no outright lies, and no links to clearly malicious and unreliable sources with agendas, so fine. Whatever floats their boat. The article is still locked, and at least the Goat Dancers won't be able to play with it.

That is all I ever asked--that Wikipedia not tell lies about me, or direct readers to people who do, which in my opinion is a perfectly reasonable corollary.

But it's an interesting indication that someone or something is still concealing itself out there in the tall grass, waiting until it thinks I have lost interest and moved on for its opportunity to spring out of hiding and lay a large steaming patty of poop all over my article, yet another attempt made by Goat Dancers and lefty dweebs to seize control of the narrative of my life and career.

It's a reminder that constant vigilance--and this blog--will always be necessary.

-Harold A. Covington
(Please note--real signature, not
geeky Wikipedia-editorish pseudonym.)

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Eternal Vigilance Is The Price of Not Being Lied About By Wikipedia

So what now?

This blogs stays up, of course, because at some point in time, someone "over there" will unlock my entry and make it editable again, and then the Goat Dancers and cyber-stalkers (or just plain malicious and hateful Wikipedia editors) will be back, and it will be all to do over again.

Fighting Wikipedia is like fighting crime or disease; you can win a temporary victory, but the problem is back the next day.

This is only the latest outbreak, and there will be more. Bear in mind that there have been "problems" with my entry, i.e. false and defamatory disinformation being published about me and hostile Induhviduals trying to seize control of my narrative, since it was brought to my attention in 2006.

One thing I learned during this latest outbreak is that I am by no means the only person who has been viciously and cynically smeared by lefty-lib and generally deranged Wikpedia "editors" posing as some kind of scholars or journalists. I have been introduced to a whole fascinating new world of information and potential to break one off up the internet's ass.

I remember the pre-Net days and yes, they were better. I would be perfectly willing to back to writing on an IBM Selectric and mailing newsletters with stamps on them if it meant somehow getting rid of the Net. I know that isn't possible, but when it comes to the internet I am a Luddite. I do not like the Pandora's box of human weakness and evil that the internet has opened, Wikipedia being just one symptom of a terrible pestilence.

-Harold A. Covington