Wikipedia is an encyclopedia collaboratively written by many of its readers. It is a special type of website, called a wiki, that makes collaboration easy. Many people are constantly improving Wikipedia, making thousands of changes an hour, all of which are recorded on article histories and recent changes. Inappropriate changes are usually removed quickly, and repeat offenders can be blocked from editing.
That's what they say. However, your edits fall under the scrutiny of the Wikipedia Admins, and if they don't like what you write (even if it is true and accurate) they delete it.
The "anyone can edit" is really fake. You can edit - they delete.
And, the Wikipedia Admins, are like those 300 pound fat guys you see on TV that sit on the Internet 24/7 as "keyboard warriors" - They live solely to delete your Wiki edits.
Therefore, I don't believe everything I read on Wikipedia. It's really just what the Wiki Admins want the world to believe is true. a.k.a. A cult .
Yes, I have had many of my fact based, hard researched, documented edits wiped out by those morons.