How Wikipedia Destroys and Deceives
Dr Vernon Coleman
If you look on my website you will see dozens of rave reviews for the film `Mrs Caldicot’s Cabbage Review’.
Here are just a few:
`Poignant, funny and socially relevant.’ – Daily Telegraph
`Funny and poignant.’ – The Times
`Endearing fairy tale quality.’ –Daily Express
`Humour, pathos and sympathy.’ – Alexander Walker, Evening Standard
`…a film you can’t help liking.’ TV Times
`…a little British comedy with a big heart.’ – Financial Times
`Absolutely fab film…Genteel comedy with a subtle social message…amazing job.’ – Guardian Unlimited
`…Already hailed a winner at the Chichester and Cannes film festivals.’ – Western Morning News
And so on and so on.
There is a much bigger selection of fantastic reviews on vernoncoleman.com
(I can say this because I didn’t make the film).
But look at the Wikipedia page for the same film and this is what you see:
`Based on a 1993 novel with the same name by author and conspiracy theorist Vernon Coleman…BBC films awarded the film a one star review, reporting that the film was lacking in laughs and light on radical zeal, this is the kind of unambitious British cinema that should have been pensioned off a long time ago.’
Wikipedia is a disgrace.
Anything associated with my name is deliberately dismissed or sneered at.
Wikipedia is to encyclopaedias what the covid-19 jab is to medicines.
And the thousands of vindictive, prejudiced editors who have turned Wikipedia into a global joke are to journalism what Boris Johnson is to statesmanship and integrity.
Copyright Vernon Coleman February 2022
There are four books about Mrs Caldicot’s adventures. They are all available as paperbacks and eBooks.