User talk:Trinacrialucente

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March 2015[edit]

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Hello! Thanks so much for the message. I actually tried to link to ANOTHER wikipedia page on Fascist Italy, specifically this link here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fascism#World_War_II_.281939-1945.29 Unfortunately there has been an editor who has been picking on my posts and that is probably where things got left. I think Fascism and Fascist Italy is a common enough concept that it doesn't necessarily need to be cited/linked from that page, so I don't mind taking the link off altogether. Please let me know your thoughts here. (talk) 17:36, 27 March 2015 (UTC)

Comments on Teahouse Response and the Italians of Ethiopia Article[edit]

I saw your question on the Teahouse and wanted to try to explain why you may be encountering problems.

I really wish you had read the complaint in the entirety before adding your two cents. The point was the editor was reverting before giving me the chance to cite external sources(in fact WHILE I was editing). And no, I did not make the edit that sourced the link you said http://robevan.xoom.it//robevan/principale/uso_vietato.htm...if you bothered to check the edits, that phrase AND source was not done by me. Finally,the phrase about Mussolini's war crimes was already a "given" since I cited he used mustard gas...a war crime (cited externally). Therefore, one with a rationally thinking brain who has read that far already realizes he has commit at least ONE war crime cited, so the subsequent "among the war crimes committed..." does not negate neutrality since: a) his first war crime was using mustard gas and b) his second crime was to steal art treasures (crimes, plural...get it?) Since the word crimes is plural, all I need to do is establish two. I hope this makes sense. And rest assured, further "guidance" from you is completely undesired at this point. buh-by.