User talk:Cimbalistu

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Thank you TRPoD aka The Red Pen of Doom. Could you or somebody else please {{helpme}} I need help in formatting the following correctly. I thought I had.

In his 2010 book Radio-Grafii şi alte fobii [pp. 308–309], Michael Shafir picked up the story from there: "A true farce followed. On the one hand, the Civic Alliance's vicepresident Sorin Ilieşiu, a person close to Tismăneanu, reacted by putting the word 'analyst' in quotes, so that the journalist Andrei Bădin could then 'demonstrate' that Hall was no longer a CIA analyst, but had only served a probationary period of six months. The person who was the target of the criticism knew better: Hall had published in the journal which he had headed until recently (East European Politics and Societies). And therefore he picked up the phone and yelled at Richard Hall's superior, in a scene that could have been straight out of Stalinism for All Seasons."[91] ^ Michael Shafir, Radio-grafii si alte fobii, Iasi: Institutul European, 2010.

The user Biruitorul continues to remove this: 1) The first time the claim was 17:30, 2 May 2013‎ Biruitorul (talk | contribs)‎ . . (138,796 bytes) (-813)‎ . . (he was probably not a US citizen when he was still a Marxist) (undo | thank) As you can see above the reason he invokes, a reason of content, bares no relation to the text of the quote he erased. 2) The next time he claimed the problem was "format" not content. His example: That the diacritical from Iași was missing. 3) I corrected that and he deleted it a third time.

I am new to wikipedia editing, but this seems to me to an example of .

I would appreciate if someone could help me format this correctly and help me post it there. Thank you. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Cimbalistu (talkcontribs) 14:40, 12 December 2013‎ (UTC)