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How to Ban a POV You Dislike, in 9 Easy Steps

by Dtobias

Editor’s note: this essay appeared originally at Wikipedia, where it is accompanied by an elaborate disclaimer which assures the reader that the essay is intended to be humorous and that “It is not, has never been, nor will ever be, a Wikipedia policy or guideline. Rather, it illustrates standards or conduct that are generally not accepted by the Wikipedia community.” Me, I’m not so sure.

Also, by way of explanation, a “POV” in WikiJargon means a “point of view,” or what for ordinary folks would be called a “bias” or “prejudice.”

 

This page in a nutshell: If you play your cards right, you can make your POV on an issue the only one legal to express here!

Do your best to bait, prod, and aggravate somebody on the opposing side of an ideological war from yourself into acting uncivil out of frustration with you. If you have friends, get together with

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