Geoff Burling wrote:
Or, to put it another way, is deleting external links that one doesn't
like similar to deleting material in the Talk: pages one doesn't like?
No, deleting external links should be legitimate, if the linked website
contains propaganda or garbage.
Some editors of the Balkan articles have perfected a way of feignedly
sticking to NPOV, but effectively breaking it: they write a very short
article, and then add "Further information can be found here", pointing to
a biased page. There was even a page (which I currently cannot find
again), where the external links were spread all over the text; that's
about how it looked:
"When the Serbian army  entered Bosnia , resistance was high ..."
Every [x] was linking to a one-sided website. We should carefully watch,
what kind of external links is added to this sort of pages, where a
violation of NPOV is likely to come.
However, when I find time, I will have a look at all these Serbia pages
and try to rewrite them, so that we can get rid of these freesrpska.org