The error has been corrected, but you are obviously engaging in
tendentious edit warring, see
While not elegantly expressed, the deleted material violates no
consensus and even if it did, it represents a significant point of
view regarding the subject, Cuba. I fully support inclusion in the
Wikipedia article of material about what a wonderful free democratic
country Cuba is, but you can't just delete the opposing viewpoint
under a bogus claim of "consensus".
You say you "removed a pov"; our neutral point of view policy
contemplates the inclusion of all significant points of view
regarding a subject, not washed out, dumbed down pablum.
On May 4, 2006, at 3:03 AM, brian wrote:
Hi, I was just blocked for 100 days --it is an obvious
hopefully someone can check it out. (apperently I have been making
poor, pov edits. --However, I have only made one article edit in
the past week, and it was removal of a pov, albiet popular one). I
have had a bit of an issue with sockpuppets in the past, although
nothing serious. I have also had a username change, as my last one
had a personal attachment. See my userpage at: http://
Thanks in advance,
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