I want to protest against (the proceedings around) this (permanent) block; the fundamental and primary reason for his block 16 Feb 2012 is given as: edit warring (on Syrian Civil War). Of course, after initial blocking the user gets angry and starts to say and do angry things, therefore we must be able to check on his first supposed, and punished, wrong-doing.
Therefore, the administrators should make simply retrievable, exactly where this user is supposed to have been terribly edit warring. This is not clearly indicated now; you can't expect me or others to search for days or weeks for that suggested very faulty edit warring.
I'm not saying that block decision was definitely wrong; I'm saying you make it impossible for us to check whether it was right or wrong. A principle of a 'constitutional state' and of fundamental (human) rights. Therefore, this is not a democratic way to proceed with blockings (; this looks more like totalitarianism of Wiki administrators). Corriebertus (talk) 09:47, 9 April 2014 (UTC)