User talk:Brewcrewer/Archives/2012/October

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Proposal

It isn't strange that the only tiny developed democratic country in the Middle East (the only place where Arabs are truly free) is the only one that has an entire article dedicated to their enemies' accusations (real or invented), but countries like Saudi Arabia, Iran or the Palestinians don't have one. My proposal is to create a page about Criticism of the Iranian government... starting with simple facts: it's a theocratic regime which finances terrorism (Hezbollah, Hamas, Islamic Jihad, Revolutionary Guards, etc), kills dissidents in Europe, bombs Beirut and Buenos Aires, helps to violently suppress protests in Syria (where its allied dictator is facing major problems) and inside Iran, promotes violence against defenseless civilians in Israel, Lebanon, Afghanistan and Iraq, possesses ambitions in Bahrain, scares Sunni Arab countries of the Persian Gulf and threatens to close the strait of Hormuz, violates Human Rights, threatens to erase Israel from the Earth, it's an oligarchical-clerical dictatorship that hangs homosexuals, denies the Holocaust, perpetrates terrorist attacks in Thailand, Georgia, India, Azerbaijan, Kenya, Greece, Turkey, South Africa, Cyprus, Bulgaria (at least 24 countries in five continents)... kills diplomats and tourists, assaults embassies, has an antisemitic imperialist ideology full of dangerous suicidal fanatics and misogynists, stones women for committing "sexual offenses", has genocidal aspirations against another nation, oppresses minorities, has religious ambitions of regional and global power... a danger for the world in general and Israel and the Jewish people in particular. I mean, don't you think we should remove Wikipedia's double standard regarding criticism of other countries?? I'll let you think about it and if you want starting the new article. Greetings.--JellWaffle (talk) 23:38, 30 September 2012 (UTC)

I was unavailable the last few days but just noticed an article you created got deleted. It was a copy and past form the main article perhaps it was correct to be deleted, otherwise I don't get the rationale. --brewcrewer (yada, yada) 03:56, 3 October 2012 (UTC)

AE

Im about to leave work. If I get home and your edit has not been self-reverted, AE will be my next edit. Toodles. nableezy - 21:01, 10 October 2012 (UTC)

Guess its not necessary. By all means, do the same thing tomorrow to make it necessary. nableezy - 22:10, 10 October 2012 (UTC)

Mahmoud Abbas: "disputed territories"

I see that you edit in quite a lot of articles about Israel and I don't know too much how things work or the best way to deal with this, but I thought maybe you would have an idea and could use this source in some articles. Mahmoud Abbas said that the West Bank is viewed as "disputed territories" by the international code. http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4293832,00.html 192.188.168.12 (talk) 13:29, 18 October 2012 (UTC)