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WikiPolitiks is a free encyclopedia, focusing primarily on government policies, politicians and influencers in the United Kingdom. Our main remit is to track govt policies by mapping them to timelines; for examples, see Immigration Policy, or the National Probation Service in England and Wales. We also track politicians; come election time, it is imperative to be able to look back at their actions. For examples, see Nadhim Zahawi or Louise Ellman.
Alongside our main objective, we aim to cover two other related areas:
Wikipedia is great - for some things. But its editorial policies mean it has a built-in blind spot on deep politics, thus leading to superficial information. Additionally, it relies heavily on the official narrative as told by establishment-controlled sources. Worse, Wikipedia's censorship is obscured: as of Feb.2018 its
Beginnings: WikiPolitiks started life in early 2018 as a personal project to try to discover answers to questions such as: Who really makes govt policy? Why is there such a lack of political will to regulate corporations which break the law? Why are govts worldwide colluding with Busine$$ to the point of destroying our planet? Why do our govts lie to us, when they are well aware of the devastating consequences of their (in)action? We know all these things to be true - and yet, we march to the polls every 5 years, and cast our ballot for more of the same.
The project has grown to a point where we felt it contained enough information that others would also find it useful; hence the decision to publish it online. WikiPolitiks is very much a work in progress; we vastly under-estimated the amount of work, and the quantity of time, the project entails. We make no apologies for messy, half-done pages, but hope you find some useful and informative information.
What WikiPolitiks is not: Firstly, we only cover UK-related topics. However, because we live in a globalised world, there is some overlap with other countries.
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