Mark Gallagher wrote:
even though I haven't touched the J-P
Muhammad cartoons since
my last block one month ago, I have now again been blocked
for a week for criticizing administrators, who unjustifiably
blocked editors for "Censorship" resp. "removing Muhammad
images" and literally called editors vandals, who merely
removed an insult on their religious belief.
I am not a Muslim myself, but discrimination bothers me wherever
I see it. Therefore I created a page in my userspace, where
I documented cases, in which editors apparently only have been
blocked, because of the strong "free speech" convictions of
some administrators: [[User:Raphael1/Persecution of Muslims]]
You were not being a legitimate critic. You were building a hit list.
I wouldn't call it a hit list. It was more like a list of (virtual)
victims of the J-P cartoon controversy article.
This is inappropriate.
And why isn't it inappropriate for administrators to block editors
to "keep Wikipedia from my brand of censorship" (IIRC I haven't
removed the cartoons since I created my account, instead I've moved
them behind a link) and enforce their brand of censorship instead?