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  • “Conservapedia too pinko? Try Metapedia” July 23, 2007.[1]
  • Metapedia August 1, 2007.[2]
  • “Metapedia-The Encyclopedia for Racists, by Racists” July 24, 2007.[3]
  • “White Nationalism Aryan Encyclopedia Takes Off” Winter 2007.[4]
  • Metapedia: It’s the New Wickipedia, Only Now With Balls March 30, 2008.[5]
  • Wikipedia added a Metapedia article on June 15, 2008.[6]
  • “He arrived Wikipedia of the ultra-right” (Spanish) July 7, 2008.[7]
  • Wikipedia deletes Metapedia article on July 7, 2008.[8]
  • Followers of Arrow Cross? Hungarian neo-nazis? July 26, 2008.[9]
  • Conservapedia article on Metapedia September 6, 2008.[10]
  • “5 Terrifying Bastardizations of the Wikipedia Model” May 11, 2009.[11]
  • Europe's far-right youth: 'Now it’s ok to be a National Socialist' July 15, 2009.[12]
  • Since 2010 April there is a new metapedia article in Wikipedia, the old one was deleted 2008. The tone is relatively moderated, uses only 8 times the word “nazi”. (status: March 2012).
  • "EDL Tweet Nazi websites to try and discredit Dr Goodwin." April 1, 2012.[13]
  • "5 Beloved Pop Cultures Seen Through the Eyes of White Supremacists", Houston Press, January 5, 2013 [14].
  • "A reasonably objective biography of Dr. Pierce", The Legacy of Dr. William Pierce (blog), July 26, 2013 [15]
  • "How the Web spreads anti-Semitism" by Daniel Goldhagen for CNN October 18, 2013 [16]
  • "Bianca Jagger blasted for sharing list of MPs branded 'negroes' and 'homosexuals' July 12, 2016 [17]

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  • Note that, despite many of the news articles using phrases such as "far-right", "white supremacist", "racist", "neo-nazi" to describe the project, Metapedia is categorically none of these things. These terms are but Europhobic, Cultural Marxist and Jewish supremacist political epithets, meant to demonise anybody who righteously stands up for European people and culture.