Today’s hilarious spam came from some lost soul trying to make a few bucks by conning the “objective” system:
I am Andrew Ellis from WikiMakers. Our company writes and edits Wikipedia pages for individuals and companies. I saw that you had requested for a Wikipedia page on Wikipedia. Wikipedia page requests take a lot of time to get fulfilled and you might not see your page for many years to come. If you would like to get a Wikipedia page, we can write one for you. Having written Wikipedia pages for over a thousand subjects, we are well-equipped for the job.
For your assurance, we don’t request any upfront payment.
Please send me a message if you would like to find out more about working with us.
Business Development Manager
This is a quick reminder to us all that systems do not work. We depend on good people; it turns out that having some qualified editors produced a better outcome than letting in the mob.
For a public encyclopedia, Wikipedia does a terrible job because although they tell you that “anyone can edit,” the reality is that a relatively tiny group of fanatics have taken over because they seek power and can have it no other way.
This means that we are ruled by lesser people because of the fact that they have nothing else to do with their lives.
The same applies to government, non-profits, religion, and much of business. The happy people find careers they can do well while enjoying most of the time, and do them; the unhappy seek power so that they can punish the happy.
Just like the reviews on Amazon and other big sites are fake, many if not most of the pages on Wikipedia are faked. These SEO spammers just figured out a way to montize this by paying off power editors.
Wikipedia is just a mass punishment of the sane, healthy, intelligent, stable, balanced, wise, and good by the lonely angry drunks on mental health disability in their dingy city apartments.