[WikiEN-l] jaygy and indefinate ban

Rob gamaliel8 at gmail.com
Mon May 22 16:52:36 UTC 2006

On 5/22/06, Prasad J <prasad59 at gmail.com> wrote:
> As a side-note have any of you noticed that the 9/11 Memorial Wiki has
> not been deleted despite ample consensus being achieved towards its
> deletion? Don't you guys feel that there were far greater tragedies
> which occured during the 20th century-like World War 2 or the
> Holocaust or the Nagasaki-Hiroshima Nuclear bombing, apartheid in
> Africa, to name a few? Making such a big deal about the loss of 3000
> lives while fully neglecting much more horrific incidents is a
> shockingly clear example of how America-centric Wikipedia has become.
> I urge someone to please delete this absurd memorial which seems (in a
> way) to place the people who died on 9/11 on a much higher pedestal
> than (for example) the 7 million who were murdered in Nazi Germany.

Anyone can start a wiki on any subject.  If you feel that the tragedy
of the Holocaust, for example, is terribly underrepresented on the
internet, go start a wiki on the subject.  The solution is to fix the
problem of underrepresentation, not to delete what is already

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