The fact that these groups even exist demonstrates that, with brute force and sheer numbers, Wikipedia’s content can be manipulated and redefined.
For politically charged, hotly debated, and divisive topics, this flaw becomes much more significant as nefarious groups specifically seek to mislead readers.
Wikipedia puts forth a romantic narrative of the ‘rebels’ being the driving force behind the war:
The Gaddafi government then announced a ceasefire, but failed to uphold it,  though it then accused rebels of violating the ceasefire when they continued to fight as well.  Throughout the conflict, rebels rejected government offers of a ceasefire.In August, rebel forces began a coastal offensive, taking back territory lost weeks before and ultimately capturing the capital city of Tripoli,  while Gaddafi evaded capture and loyalists engaged in a rearguard campaign.
The ‘rebels’ were nothing more than a media show, and the Wikipedia article seeks to paint a romantic picture:(16)
The rebels are composed primarily of civilians, such as teachers, students, lawyers, and oil workers, and a contingent of professional soldiers that defected from the Libyan Army and joined the rebels.
Protests took place in Benghazi, Ajdabiya, Derna, Zintan, and Bayda. Libyan security forces fired live ammunition into the armed protests
The article uses deception and Orwellian language to refer to the insurrection however, using the term, ‘armed protests’. Identical language has characterized mainstream reporting on the Syria War ~ which operationally is a carbon copy of the Libya War: an example of fourth generation warfare carried out by belligerent foreign interests, coupled with a deceptive media war intended to paint the events as an indigenous, popular revolution.
In June 2011, Amnesty International said it found no evidence of foreign mercenaries being used, saying the black Africans claimed to be “mercenaries” were in fact “sub-Saharan migrants working in Libya,” and described the use of mercenaries as a “myth” that “inflamed public opinion” and led to lynching and executions of black Africans by rebel forces.
it is a strategy which is planned for the entire Arab and Muslim world.
During this meeting Sarkozy told Sheikh Al-Rahi that the Syrian regime will collapse, and that the Christian communities of the Levant and Middle East can resettle in the European Union.
- The NED-linked International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and Libyan League for Human Rights (LLHR);
- The World Health Organization;
- The UN Human Rights Council;
- Al Jazeera English (Qatari-owned and run cheerleader of the Libya war, co-created by Libyan NTC Quisling(43) Mahmoud Jibril);
- The National Transitional Council (NATO’s council of stooges);
Wikipedia is the very manifestation of the old African adage ‘until the lion can write his own story, the tale of the hunt will always glorify the hunter‘.