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.
It was a list of blocks performed by administrators just doing their
jobs. The list included not merely your "victims", but also the names
of the administrators who you thought had abused their powers. That is
a hit list.
You honestly do not understand why a hit list is an inappropriate use of
your userspace privileges? You do not know why it is frowned upon to
maintain a list of users you dislike?
Whew. Well, it's incivil, disruptive, and a series of personal attacks.
All of these things are considered Bad by the community as a whole,
and I'm not at all sure how you managed to miss that fact.
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?
You're implying, it seems, a quotation. Who said they were "keep[ing]
Wikipedia from [your] brand of censorship"?
By the way, you might have noticed that many of us, when we snip others'
text, include a little note about it, like so: <snip/>. This is so that
other readers will know that we aren't replying to the other fellow
verbatim, when we aren't.
"What? I can't hear you, I've got a banana on my head!"
- Danger Mouse