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Liberapedia is an online encyclopedia founded by Michael Moore and WillH on February 28, 2007. Liberapedia has a strong liberal bias especially on focal points relating to the Culture War, a conflict much more pressing than the War in Iraq or the War Against Poverty. It has millions thousands of entries on topics ranging from an explanation for sex to the liberal fact that most all some no, most definitely all Conservatives are repressed homosexuals. There are editions of Liberapedia in 246 languages, including Ebonics, hieroglyphics, and Klingon. Content on Liberapedia is controlled by the Liberal media. Anyone can delete or alter anyone else's edits on Liberapedia, except for Conservatives who are not considered fully human. Liberapedia has grown impressively and after more than three years there are just over 2,000 entries.

Fox News[edit]

Fox "News" has stated that Liberapedia has tried to balance the Utopian goal of "an encyclopedia anyone can edit (except for conservatives)" with the more utilitarian goal of "a website any left-leaning person would want to read". With over a trillion articles, and a rulebook almost as dense, Liberapedia has demonstrated an insatiable desire to participate, create lists and generate procedures. The result is a huge silo of recorded trivia, and perhaps the world's largest, most distributed bureaucracy,Liberapedia is something leaner and simpler than Wikipedia a socialist dream - mostly manned by a casual staff of teenagers and liberals including liberal intellectuals who voted for Bill Clinton, Al Gore, John Kerry, and Barack Obama.

"False" Claims[edit]

The Iraq War[edit]

Liberapedia has been accused of having a liberal bias because of its claim that Iraq did not have Weapons of Mass Destruction. Even if there are no WMDs in Iraq today, it is painfully obvious that Saddam had shipped them to Syria just before the invasion. In fact it is actually documented that Iraq definitely possessed weapons of mass destruction including anthrax, botulism, nerve gas. and giant Japanese mech-assault robots. The reason we know this is because we were the ones who provided him with the weapons.


Liberapedia claims that Conservapedia was started by a couple of old ladies when in reality it was started by a closeted homosexual. However, it is known that the creator of Conservapedia likes to dress up in women's clothes so it is possible that is where the old lady story came from. Also Liberapedia claims that a little better than two thirds of the hits on Conservapedia are liberal vandals when in actuality it is closer to nine tenths.

Fred Phelps[edit]

Liberapedia falsely claims that Fred Phelps is a conservative. This is a lie, Conservapedia clearly states that Phelps is a liberal and this has to be the truth because only liberals are capable of deceit. Despite his opposition to liberal politicians, homosexuality, and evolution; Phelps is definitely a liberal. This is because of his support for Saddam Hussein and Fidel Castro whom he supports for their left-wing economic policies (and not their authoritarianism, especially not Saddam's brutal authoritarianism).

Richard Dawkins[edit]

Liberapedia claims that Richard Dawkins is a professor of biology but Conservapedia clearly states that he is merely the holder of a donated post and has no academic credentials or right to teach despite his numerous degrees in biology, zoology and philosophy.

Hugo Chavez[edit]

Liberapedia makes several false statements about the former Venezuelan dictator. They state that Chavez is was a devout Christian which is clearly a lie because all left-wingers are atheists. They also go on to claim that Chavez was democratically elected. Chavez maintained power by engaging in electoral fraud. The fact that the Venezuelan election was deemed free and fair only shows that the observers were all engaging in liberal deceit and we know all that because Conservapedia Jesus says so. Liberapedia states truthfully that Chavez is now dead.


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