On 2/9/06, Steve Bennett <stevage(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 2/9/06, jayjg <jayjg99(a)gmail.com> wrote:
That was user Amalekite / [[Alex Linder]], and he
was blocked for
endangering Wikipedians (he also suggested ways of subverting Wikipedia
using sockpuppets and proxies). Nevertheless, he wasn't blocked for
being a neo-Nazi/white supremacist;
post on Wikipedia.
Seems reasonable to me - to exclude their input would be to create a
In reality, though, neo-Nazis/white supremacists have a great deal of
difficulty editing, mostly because they cannot seem to comprehend or abide
by content policies like [[WP:NPOV]], [[WP:V]] and [[WP:RS]]. As well, the
interaction policies like [[WP:CIVIL]] and [[WP:NPA]] seem to elude them.
Given their views, none of this surprises me.
Would we allow relatives of victims of Auschwitz to
edit, but not relatives of Nazis who worked at
Not sure how either group would be relevant, since Wikipedia considers
personal experience to be a kind of original research, which is not
permitted in articles.