posted on May, 8 2011 @ 11:15 PM
RE: Steve Pieczenik & his bio at Wikipedia being up for deletion
I just finished checking Steve Pieczenik's Wikipedia page. At the top of the page, it says
[This article is being considered for deletion in accordance with Wikipedia's "deletion policy". Please share your thoughts on the matter at
"this article's entry" on the "Articles for deletion
I clicked on the last link (the 3rd link) which says "Articles for deletion
" page and it took me to a deletion page with a list of dates. I
took a guess and clicked on the May 5 date and was taken to a page with a long list of names, and his name has been assigned number "72"...
click on his name/number and you will be taken down the page to the discussion group comments.
Here is the direct link to the discussion page:
I would like to say the discussion is "very" interesting. There are more interesting things said than what I'm about to list, but I just wanted to
give you a couple of examples:
KEEP: Just removing it because he's got some visibility due to jone's article is unacceptable.
State Department credentials confirmed by Forbes.com "Pieczenik worked for the State Department under Henry Kissinger and is supposedly still a
consultant for the State Department, though their PR department was of no use tracking him down. The Defense Department said the last he worked for
them was under President Jimmy Carter."
If you're interested in reading the deletion discussion, you might want to check it out before the time/day limit is up and the final decision is
made. It's up to you, but I know I was glad to discover it.
P.S. "If" someone already listed this information, please forgive me for missing that.
Also, I would have loved to included the entire discussion here, but (1)I'm a new ATS member and I don't know if that is even allowed, and
(2)perhaps it might give some people too much of an "adrenalin" rush!