In recent weeks, Wikileaks and it's creator Julian Assange, have become widely known for publishing top secret documents from inside many world Governments. The publication of this information has caused much controversy, and many are calling to have Assange extradited to America. However, the American's have taken the feud to the next level, by invading Wikileaks neighbour, Wikipedia.
Wikipedian locals were woken early Wednesday night by the sound of helicopters landing near their hometowns, and American toops began to amass around the border of Wikipedia at roughly around 07:00 hours local time, before marching in through the border control at approximately 08:20 local time. Troops took firm control of Wikipedia quickly, seizing some of the smaller Wikis in the outskirts of the country.
"We were just so scared" said local man and father of two, Nigel Colins, "The troops came so fast and took our houses, we couldn't do anything to stop them. We saw them launching explosives at one of our neighbouring Wikis. They didn't stand a chance. Then they took the page on computer programming and design that both me and my family spent years creating and destroyed it in a controlled explosion. They are truly evil men."
The move has, inevitably, caused chaos in Wikipedia. Rogue cells are already setting up, starting of small by editing the information on some lesser pages, but threats are eminating that bigger pages will be targeted, with even more spam being dumped on them. Also, a number of IEDs shook the downtown district of "On This Day...". Thankfully, no civilians were injured, but a number of pages, including Apollo 13 and Agriculture in the 1800s, are missing, presumed dead.
Calls for America to leave Wikipedia alone are already getting louder. However, President Obama stands firm on staying in Wikipedia until threats that Wiktionary, the online dictionary, will attack if they do not leave have been dealt with. A White House spokesperson said that Mr Obama was very sorry to the people of Wikipedia, but also grateful to have former enemies Mastercard, Paypal and Amazon on his side in the war on Wikileaks.