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Neutral point of view[edit]

In your recent edits of Talk:Aileron you began with the sentence Americans at all costs try to usurp the merit of others for themselves. I am not an American but I still think your sentences are based on nothing but your personal point of view. Comments are not acceptable on Wikipedia unless they can be attributed to a reliable published source.

Wikipedia aims to be written with a neutral point of view. Your personal views about 250 million Americans are not neutral and so are not relevant to Wikipedia. If your views had been inserted into a Wikipedia article they would be removed immediately. Seeing they have only been inserted into a Discussion page I won't remove them immediately, in case you want to return and clarify what you had in mind.

You are welcome to contribute to Wikipedia, but before doing so I invite you to read about the five pillars of Wikipedia. Happy editing. Dolphin (t) 21:51, 5 October 2011 (UTC)