reply to post by ThorsBrother
The same thing happened to me. BatteryIncluded
deleted most of my stuff I added and make
personal attacks, taunting and insulting with fabricated statements, which were later reiterated in some way by administrator and arbitrators alike on
his behalf, thereby abusing their own powers secretly as what the NSA did. His actions illustrates his ownership of articles. I think my sockpuppeting
via anonymous IPs registered to Telekom Malaysia is creating a large group of editors who act against me in an abusive manner.
I think there is cabalism in Wikipedia, which is the cause of this reversions of additions into articles. Cabalism is really human nature.
BatteryIncluded is part of that cabal, and many administrators and arbitrators are part of it. This cabal is also responsible for crafting a
widespread, elaborate conspiracy to stifle my contributions, suspend all of my activities on my computer and force my suicide via a multiplication in
my medication intake. I know this conspiracy is really a cover-up for Wikipedia's illegal actions, but this is just for another story.
If you want to know more about cabalism in Wikipedia, look at Ryulong. He deleted comments on AN/I and indefinitely blocked people, and nothing
happened among the community. According to Archtransit, who is said to have been created a cabal against himself, a request for arbitration was filed
against him, but he reverted it and indefinitely blocked the user who filed it. ArbCom did nothing, saying that they didn't know about it. The most
recent one is Dennis Brown. He indefinitely blocked users, with no administrator will ever unblock them. I've read on the list of banned users, an
entry for Russavia had been added by Scott Martin, but he
it. I know this cabalism
what constitutes Wikipedia's abuse within it, which Wikipedia insiders never seem to address, among them are lies and government propoganda.
I am the one should undertake a massive task of creating a truthful and more in depth ATS version of Wikipedia. I am looking for the truth behind what
was treated unfairly. Maybe someone will start planning to write a letter to any editor who wrote any publication about it. This is not a threat but
reporting unfair treatment that always happen in Wikipedia and the people involved, particularly BatteryIncluded, who made
suicide threats against an autistic Malaysian
- something close to
threatening to kill someone - which I know is a federal crime. I doubt any of my ISPs will try to prevent me from accessing Wikipedia (and probably
anything else on the Internet for that matter made by the administrators on behalf of BatteryIncluded), and at times, many of the Internet users in
Kuala Lumpur may not be able to edit Wikipedia due to collateral damage from the blocks caused by "Starkiller88", a sock of Bryan Seecrets.