It means a bias for North America. Do you know the difference between Interest and bias? I highly doubt it.
In short, you are narrowing bias down to one meaning, while it has two (main) meanings. Wikipedia's handbook on bias:Once identified, the bias is noticeable throughout Wikipedia. It takes two major forms:
1. a dearth of articles on neglected topics; and
2. perspective bias in articles on many subjects...
A lack of articles on particular topics is the most common cultural bias. Separately, both China and India have populations greater than all native English speakers combined, or greater than all of Europe combined; by this measure, information on Chinese and Indian topics should, at least, equal Anglophone or European topics. However, Anglophone topics dominate the content of Wikipedia. While the conscious efforts of WikiProject participants have vastly expanded the available information on topics such as the Second Congo War, coverage of comparable Western wars remains much more detailed.
an arrogant twat who obsesses with categorizing strangers on the internet into groups for political meaning
Is this supposed to be me? Tsh, Americentric isn't even mainly a politic word. I think the phrase you mixed up with mine is "from America's eyes".
hardly anyone else on this fucking website harasses people
putting me down
>calling you americentric = harassing you, putting you down
>"Do you know the difference between Interest and bias? I highly doubt it."
>why you harass me and put me down so much since I'm not English motherspeaker?
JUQ: Criticizes me because I refuse to accept his categorization of me as truth at face value.
You're starting to sound like Angry Koala in some earlier debates, before he realised what he was doing was silly and does it less. A word-for-word quote:Juq, you are as similar as Callicles, the one that want to be right even if the logic is against him: you show your arrogance