User talk:EvilAlex

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Welcome to my discussion page[edit]

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EvilAlex 19:20, 12 November 2005 (UTC)

Salut Alex[edit]

Salut Alex, fii binevoitor si ia parte la discutiile asupra asa zisei "limbi moldovenesti". Poti sa iei atitudine pentru ca tu ai argumente suficiente. Fii binevenit si mult succes :-). (Moldovan language)

Multumesc pentru invitatie, se incerc :-))
EvilAlex 22:55, 14 November 2005 (UTC)
Salut si multumesc frumos. Efortul tau nu este singular. Suntem si noi alaturi de tine, dupa cum deja ai observat. Trebuie aduse argumente in continuare. Asa e: limba moldoveneasca este "carbon copy" dupa limba romana. Romania ajuta Moldova, vezi declaratia primului ministru al romaniei de azi (publicata si pe Romania nu va lasa Moldova sa fie santajata de Rusia. Ai grija la Dl. Mikka, el este administrator si urmareste tot si sterge. Oricum ai fost foarte curajos si iti multumesc pentru acest lucru. Mult succes in continuare, nu vei fi singur. Impreuna vom reusi.

Your native language[edit]

Alex, you claim your native language is Russian. You're lying.

Cheers --Node 13:47, 21 November 2005 (UTC)

O.. no I am not..
Я вырос в Бендерах- Русскими оцупированная територя (ну типа Калининграда). Там столико ваших наприперло в солнечную Молдавю с Тундры и с других замечательных горогов россие шо ну просто пиздец, ну просто невпизду страна Росся. Дикие русские вырвалиси на свободу и попали бля в замечательныи краи Молдавия. Да так им там понравилаци шо решели они там бля остаться и сделати нивпезду республику ПМР, да куда там, и ходить там под красными флагами.
How is that for you?
EvilAlex 14:10, 21 November 2005 (UTC)
Do you know that there are lots of Moldovans who can speak Russian, but not as their native language?? Now, you say Russian is your native language, but then you go on to condemn Russian people as bad and evil. So, you're not a Russian?? But your mother tongue is not limba noastra? Either you are lying, or you're very strange among humans. --Node 02:12, 22 November 2005 (UTC)
I never said that I was Russian. I am Moldavian and my native language is Russian, unfortunately I speak Russian better than I speak Romanian. There is nothing strange in it, to understand this you need to look at the similar argument: Occupied Chechnya- many of Chechens speak Russian as their mother tong language and in fact many don’t speak Chechen at all, make a note: they are not Russian and for God sake don’t mistake them for Russians because it could be the last mistake in your life. Furthermore they not only condemn Russian people as bad and evil but also asking them very politely with few RPG’s and AK-47’s to live their country to the Tundra from where they actually came from. Note N 2: if you speak Russian as your mother tong it doesn’t mean that you are obliged with an oath to mother Russia. Don’t forget that Bessarabia was occupied by soviets troops, and only now in 1992 country have got their independence. In few ears time you will be seeing more and more Moldavians like me.
EvilAlex 12:03, 22 November 2005 (UTC)
So, your parents, who are Moldavians, spoke to you in Russian rather than Romanian? You consider yourself real romanian without the tong of the harth? (unsigned by (User:Node ue))
Yes my parents spoke to me in Russian.
I never said that I consider myself a Roman no I am not - I am Moldavian. And don’t worry I do speak Romanian.
EvilAlex 12:04, 23 November 2005 (UTC)
The above anon vandal unsigned question belongs to User Node_ue. I tracked his IP and found him. Bonaparte  talk & contribs
Bravo Alex! You're good. I just want to appreciate your work and please have my full consideration to you and your family. Bonaparte  talk & contribs
Thanks Bonaparte.
EvilAlex 22:36, 22 November 2005 (UTC)
I have to admit that I'm curious what you wrote in russian above. I cann't understand but I think I guess what :). Some words I may not found them in dictionary I suppose. Sometimes when you have enough time please just let me known. Te salut! Bonaparte  talk & contribs
Nothing serious just few note about Russians emigrants in Moldova written in Russian jargon: TMR=Tundra=Kaliningrad=Auswitch.
Salut! As you allready saw, he is just worrying about your force of arguments. That's why he challanged you. Don't worry he is just a 16 years old kid. I wish you all the best and please continue your work with force and power. You will not be alone. Bonaparte  talk & contribs

Sorry to be rude, but being Romanian I just had to say this... you do realize that there is not such thing as being 'Moldovan', from an ethnic point of view; in Romania if you're 'Moldovan' you're Romanian (just like if you're Wallachian or Transylvanian you're actually Romanian). In Rep. Moldova if you're 'Moldovan' you're either Romanian or something else (Ukrainian, Russian or whatever). You say your parents spoke to you in Russian. I understand that. But from an ethnic point of view what were they? were they Romanian or not? and please don't say that they were Moldovan because there is no chance in hell I will accept 'Moldovan' as an ethnic background. 'Moldovan' is a nationality, but not an actual ethnic group (just like if you're Swiss, ethnically you're German, French, Italian or whatever else)Giuseppe86 23:07, 7 March 2007 (UTC)

Sorry i cant answer that publicly. I try to keep my parents away from wiki. EvilAlex 00:58, 8 March 2007 (UTC)
well isn't that awfully convenient for you? ;) Giuseppe86 10:07, 8 March 2007 (UTC)

Bravo EvilAlex! I myself is from Bulgaria, but my best friend is Moldovan. And he is sick and tired of Romanians being so confident in that Moldovans love Romania. The fact is that Moldovans concider themselves a ethnic group of their own. Distancing themselves from both Russia and Romania. In Moldova people speak more Russian than Romanian. They are not Romanian and their language has not been Romanian for 200 years or so ever since Russian presence that started in 1812. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 11:19, 17 December 2007 (UTC)

my dilemma[edit]

Maybe for you was very hard even to state your identity as Moldovan in Transnistria. Was hard to endure that you're Moldovan in such a territory, not to mention to state "Romanian" identity. You are free to choose as you wish. But don't forget with the whole the soviet propaganda they wanted to create a new man, the soviet man apart of Romania. Still Eminescu was romanian and let it like that. Don't be afraid of Romanians. They are your friends. My best wishes. Bonaparte talk 17:07, 22 December 2005 (UTC)

Look, I am not against Romanians, i am pro Romanian but first of all I am pro Moldavian. Soviet did try hard but they didn’t succeed :)
EvilAlex 19:13, 22 December 2005 (UTC)
OK thank you for your true answers. Don't worry we are here to help you when you need it. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Bonaparte talk 19:19, 22 December 2005 (UTC)
see you around
EvilAlex 21:26, 22 December 2005 (UTC)

Node Nationality[edit]


My nationality depends on what "nationality" means to you. If it means where I am born and where I have lived my life, I am an American. If it means the land of my forefathers, I am a Moldovan. My native languages are English and Moldovan, but when I was about 5 my parents decided it would be better to talk to the kids in English only, so after that my only influences in Moldovan or Romanian were from other family. So really, though it is my first language, I can't claim true fluency in it today, and in fact I'm not really very good at it at all. --Node 23:02, 22 December 2005 (UTC)

Well I don’t know, but if what you said is true then you are a Moldavian. Hove you ever bin to Moldova? Are your Parents either both Moldavian or maybe mixt race? Why Anittas so much hate you? What have you done to him?
EvilAlex 10:35, 23 December 2005 (UTC)
Alex please correct yourself. It is Anittas and it's male name. I saw that you tend to use Anitta but stop yourself. It's Anittas. Anittas don't hate Node. As far as I can see Node hate all Moldavians because they are Romanians. He made many statements that can be considered as Anti-Romanian one. Bonaparte talk 11:03, 23 December 2005 (UTC)
Sorry Guys. I see now
EvilAlex 14:17, 23 December 2005 (UTC)

You (Node) are not Moldovan. You are NOT a Moldovan. You don't speak the language, except for a few phrases. And lastly, you are not Moldovan. You are not Moldovan. You are an American-Russian Jew. You are not a Moldovan. You are a Jew. You are not Moldovan. Jew, is what you are. Not Moldovan. --Anittas 23:25, 22 December 2005 (UTC)

My God! I'm laughing my ass off... for the love of God what on Earth is the Moldovan language? give me a page written in 'Moldovan' and if I don't understand 99,99% of it I will shoot my self. Either I have an incredible talent for foreign languages which allows me to read a foreign language (Moldovan) without ever having learned it or there is no such thing as a 'Moldovan' language... give me a break...Giuseppe86 23:15, 7 March 2007 (UTC)

Mihai Eminescu[edit]

Look Bonapart I don’t have anything against Romanians, I do have many Romanians friends. But In Moldova Eminescu recognised as a Moldavian poet and to say that he is a Romanian it is the same as to take him from us. Alternative would be to say that he is a poet of both Romania and Moldova; in this way we will not put one country in superior position over onather.
EvilAlex 12:07, 24 December 2005 (UTC)

Now you do the same with me as for Anitta/Anittas. It's Bonaparte. Not Bonapart. I'm glad that you have romanian friends. As far as it is internationally recognized as a Romanian poet, fact that is also in Moldova recognized as a Romanian poet I have the opinion to let Romanian poet. Let it like this, in this way it's affirmed one more time the strong relationship between Romania and Moldova. I see no problem to state like this. I read today that the majority of people from Moldova wants to join EU. Bonaparte talk 12:35, 24 December 2005 (UTC)
Yeah but Eminescu said "Noi suntem Romani si punctum" and wrote "ce'ti doresc eu tie dulce Romanie". Regionally speaking, yes he was Moldovan, however since Moldovan is only a regional identity only, Eminescu is Romanian like all Moldovans. Otherwise he would have wrote "ce'ti doresc eu tie dulce Moldavie". Constantzeanu 04:51, 5 January 2006 (UTC)
Eminescu is the poet of Greater Romania.
Eminescu is a Romanian poet. If he wasn't he wouldn't have written some of the things he has written; there's no such thing as being of 'Moldovan' ethnicity. 08:37, 9 June 2007 (UTC)

Reply for personal attack in Transnistria page[edit]

Dear Alex,

Wikipedia is in the first place an Encyclopedia, which implies that it is edited by intelligent people. The integral characteristics of an intelligent person is respect towards the opponents. If you don't posess such a quality, please, find a better place for advertisment of your home page.

--Zserghei 21:54, 31 January 2006 (UTC)

Dear Zserghei so we meet again!!
> Wikipedia is in the first place an Encyclopedia, which implies that it is edited by intelligent people.
Thanks you very much Zserghei

>The integral characteristics of an intelligent person is respect towards the opponents.
And probably that is what you did! Removed link so that nobody can hear the opponent, bravo Zserghei !!!

> If you don't posess such a quality, please, find a better place for advertisment of your home page.
And I don’t see these qualities in you … There is nothing to advertise- sites which you are talking about represent the voce of ransnistrian people. These sites have been made neither for profits nor for self promotion. It is a pure open project to show people around the world horror and totalitarism of Russian occupants of Moldavian republic.
I don’t really understand there are so many places in tundra, why don’t you go there, for editing or whatever... nobody will bother you there – no, it is not enough for you, you want more, you want my Transnistria.

EvilAlex 14:30, 1 February 2006 (UTC)
Dear Alex,
Your web-site is not a voice of transnistrian people it is only your personal attempt to offend these people. I'm sure that you don't get any profit from it, but there shouldn't be a link from here to such a rudeness. If some day you will come with a relevant critique, you will be welcomed. --Zserghei 17:42, 1 February 2006 (UTC)
Zserghei come down, relax man, take it easy… stop shouting… :))
> Your web-site is not a voice of transnistrian people it is only your personal attempt to offend these people.
No way. I am from Transnistria, and I only saying what every body in Transnistria already said. Transnistria is under Russian occupation. Freedom to Transnistria!!!

> I'm sure that you don't get any profit from it, but there shouldn't be a link from here to such a rudeness.
It is not for you to decide if this link should or shouldn’t be there! The article which you should be warring about is located here: Tundra .
And about rudeness- if you think that it is rudeness then I wonder what you will say about "Olvia-Press: The information agency of Transnistria" that is not only rudeness but a crappy designed misinformation site. In contradiction openly discuses and criticised the real problem of transnistrian residents.

> If some day you will come with a relevant critique, you will be welcomed.
If some other day you will stop being such a pussy, will face the true and will allow the opposition to speak out then you will be welcome to contribute to Transnistria, but unfortunately for now Tundra is your article.
EvilAlex 18:58, 1 February 2006 (UTC)

Buna ziua[edit]

Salut! I like your page, Alex. It's good to get an insider's perspective on what's going on in the Trans-Dneister area. La revedere, Wandering Star 16:53, 16 March 2006 (UTC)

Thanks man EvilAlex 20:01, 16 March 2006 (UTC)


Hi, EvilAlex. Your addition to Transnistria article was deleted by user William Mauco. I had also some problems with Mauco, which constantly deleted in Transnistria-related articles everything that Tiraspol regime want to be deleted. Please read bellow:

În 17 septembrie va fi referendum în Transnistria legat de independenţa regiunii. Cu această ocazie probabil multă lume va căuta pe Wikipedia informaţii despre Transnistria. Am încercat să adaug în articol nişte informaţii legate de acest referendum, anume:

- faptul că mai multe organizaţii antiseparatiste au lansat un apel la boicotare, considerînd referendumul "farsă"

- faptul că din 46 de ţări membre ale Consiliului Europei, 45 sînt împotriva recunoaşterii referendumului, numai Rusia are altă părere

- faptul că datele Comisiei Electorale Centrale din Tiraspol au fost schimbate în mod ciudat, anume numărul total de alegători s-a micşorat cu 7% faţă de 2005, ceea ce ridică suspiciuni asupra unei încercări de creştere artificială a prezenţei la vot prin raportarea unui număr mai mic de alegători înregistraţi.

Totdeauna am dat lincurile care dovedesc cele scrise de mine, n-am născocit nimic din burtă.

Userul Willian Mauco, care pare fan Tiraspol, mereu mi-a şters adăugirile. (vezi istoria paginii)

Puteţi vedea la pagina de discuţii Transnistria ce argumente a adus. Anume: ăia care cer boicotarea referendumului din Transnistria sînt foşti KGB-işti, că aşa zice o organizaţie rusească de analiză (a dat un linc pentru asta). Întîi a spus că respectivii nici nu sînt din Transnistria, ci doar din Basarabia, dar i-am dovedit că unii dintre semnatarii apelului la boicot sînt transnistreni. Am fost împăciuitor, i-am zis că n-are decît să adauge părerea organizaţiei ruseşti că antiseparatiştii sînt foşti KGBişti, că n-are decît să-i considere pe cei care vor boicotarea referendumului drept băieţi răi, dar faptul în sine, că s-a cerut boicotarea referendumului, trebuie menţionat. Degeaba, mereu mi s-au şters adăugirile - pentru celelalte 2 fapte nici n-a adus argumente.

A mai fost o adăugire care a şters-o, despre arestarea a 4 persoane din Transnistria care sînt împotriva separatismului (între timp li s-a dat drumul). În cazul ăsta am renunţat eu să mai insist pentru includerea informaţiei în articol (deşi informaţia e incontestabilă), tocmai fiindcă n-am vrut să mă cert prea mult.

În perioada asta cînd agenţiile de ştiri vor menţiona referendumul de la Tiraspol, se va citi articolul Transnistria în Wikipedia poate mai mult decît într-un an întreg. De aia acum e nevoie să existe în articol informaţii despre contestarea corectitudinii referendumului. Nu cer să se menţioneze ca adevăr absolut faptul că referendumul e incorect, ci doar că există unii (OSCE, 45 din 46 ţări ale Consiliului Europei, unele organizaţii din zonă şi din Basarabia) care consideră asta. Vă cer de aceea sprijinul ca să interveniţi pe pagina de discuţii Transnistria pentru a susţine rămînerea informaţiei în pagină şi să repuneţi informaţia atunci cînd Mauco o şterge (eu nu pot să verific chiar 24 de ore din 24). Evitaţi atacurile suburbane, păstraţi ton civilizat. mulţumesc.--MariusM 17:30, 15 September 2006 (UTC)


Mai locuieşti la Tighina? De unde ştii că Mauco e din Transnistria şi a plecat în Anglia?--MariusM 20:39, 20 September 2006 (UTC)

Confidential info source.EvilAlex 09:37, 21 September 2006 (UTC)

Alex is from England, you haven't read his page yet?-- 20:59, 20 September 2006 (UTC)

Actually, I think the story is that he is from Tighina but lives in England. - Mauco 21:40, 20 September 2006 (UTC)

To do list[edit]

Ar trebui să facem cîte un articol pentru fiecare din satele transnistrene care s-au răsculat contra separatiştilor şi se află acum sub controlul Chişinăului, şi să le legăm la Categoria Transnistria. În articolul Transnistria şi în pagina lui de discuţii sînt amintite aceste sate. Cînd o să am timp mă apuc de asta, dar poate mă ajuţi--MariusM 00:02, 22 September 2006 (UTC)

I do want to help but i dont have much time, i will pop it sometime
EvilAlex 10:28, 22 September 2006 (UTC)
Salut Alex si MariusM!

Imi pare rau ca nu v-am cunoscut mai inainte, dar va cunosc cel putin acum. Apropo de satele de langa Dubasari. De curiozitate, Roghi cine-l controleaza? Eu am trecut acum cativa ani prin Molovata Noua si am ramas cu impresia ca e de partea Transnistriei. Toate sursele pe care le gasesc zic ca s-au dat lupte, dar nu mi-e clar cu ce s-a terminat. MariusM, daca ai nevoie de traducere din rusa, poti sa apelezi si la mine, insa sa caut nu prea stiu, n-am prea umblat pe sit-uri rusesti. Articolele cu pricina sunt insa in engleza! Habar n-am daca Tiraspol Times exista pe hartie. Citez de mai sus: It is not for you to decide if this link should or shouldn’t be there! The article which you should be warring about is located here: Tundra . O propun pentru citata anului! Despre aliniatul in rusa de pe 21 noiembrie 2005- incearca sa nu folosesti chiar toate cuvintele pe care le folosesc si rusii. Asta trebuie sa fie unul din atu-urile noastre, noi nu trebuie sa coboram la nivelul lor. Vocabularul tau in rusa e suficient de bogat sa te exprimi cu sinonime. Eu am nimerit zilele astea in unele incurcaturi cu Mikkalai care a crezut ca eu sint inamicul sau Bonaparte. Fara sa adresez substanta, si unul si altul s-au purtat urat si vulgar. Dar in cazul lui Makkalai inteleg - aschia nu sare departe de copac. Pe Bonaparte nu-l inteleg insa: oare el nu-si da seama ca folosind cate o injuratura si pomenind intr-una de evrei face ca lumea sa creada ca toti Romanii/Moldovenii sunt la fel? Oameni buni, sint evrei si evrei(remarca orala adresata de Max Plank lui Hitler in 1933). Daca au fost cativa evrei rai, asta nu inseamna ca toti sint asa. La toate natiile e la fel. Acum eu n-am fost mult pe-aici sa pot spune, dar impresia pe care mi-a lasat-o Khoikhoi e a unui om educat. Asta nu inseamna neaparat sa fiu de acord 100% cu el, dar eu pot vorbi cu el, e un om normal care asculta si intelege. Cel putin atata timp cat am fost aici, el mi-a creat impresie buna. Nu stiu de ce Bonaparte il tot ataca atata? La urma urmei Bonaparte nu e unicul roman. Ce, chiar nu exista unul mai civilizat ca Bonaparte? Serios, ar trebui sa-i spunem sa ne lase pe noi sa avem grija ca paginile nu sunt 100% pro-rusesti, el ne aduce doar nevoi. Rusii se simt justificati sa fie agresivi (in sensul negativ al cuvantului).:Dc76 05:04, 30 October 2006 (UTC) Lupta si mai vedem, ... O sa vezi ce impresie buna o sa-ti faca coiotul..-- 08:05, 30 October 2006 (UTC)

Heaven of Transnistria[edit]

Thank you for the good work on the "Heaven of Transnistria".--MariusM 23:11, 19 September 2006 (UTC)

YOu had you fun there. But unfortunately this is not how serious articles are written. The article could have greater chances to survive if it had been titled, like, Internal politics of Transnistria and had less ironical tone (hint: NPOV). `'mikka (t) 21:49, 22 September 2006 (UTC)

tnx for advice EvilAlex 10:19, 23 September 2006 (UTC)

ΜАУКО - 3RR violation[edit]

Am făcut raport pentru încălcarea 3RR de Mauco de 2 ori, dar a scăpat cu atenţionare (dacă se respectau regulile, trebuia să fie blocat).21 septembrie 23 septembrie Dacă te acuză pe tine, arată precedentul.

tnk man :))) EvilAlex 17:44, 24 September 2006 (UTC)

Admin bullings[edit]


Alex, note that your "Welcome to Transnistria / Arbeit Macht Frei" image has been deleted a second time. Do not upload it a third time; it will only be deleted again. DS 02:21, 21 December 2006 (UTC)

Hey you blocked me for no reason!! I just innocently tried to look at Transnistrian article and then no warnings no discussion. What is your problem. You treat people in uncivilized way. Regarding "Welcome to Transnistria / Arbeit Macht Frei" i am the author of this image what is the problem with it? EvilAlex 14:24, 21 December 2006 (UTC)

Please stop[edit]

Stop hand.svg
Final Warning
Stop reinserting images which have been removed because of legal and fair use concerns. Your actions can be seen as vandalism. If you do one more such edit you will be blocked from editing Wikipedia. You may not get another warning before being blocked.

Pilotguy (ptt) 19:37, 21 December 2006 (UTC)

I am the author of this image i created it. i can do whatever i want with it!!! What is the problem? You should discuss it with me before deleting. EvilAlex 19:56, 21 December 2006 (UTC)
I have been bullied by Administrators! Three in one day. Anarchy rules in Wiki, there is no rules anymore?! EvilAlex 19:59, 21 December 2006 (UTC)


Allow me to be clear: We are neither supporting nor opposing the current Transnistria regime, but your equating of the current Transnistria regime with Auschwitz (or Treblinka, or Sobibor, or any other death camp) is unacceptable. Got it? DS 20:29, 21 December 2006 (UTC)

Whatever this image may or may no represent - it is my personal view. And that is why i putted on my page. I didnt put it on Transnistrian page only on my page. It is my view, and we live in a free sosiety where i am allowed to express my views in words or in art. Are you actually trying to silence me? Are you saying to me that i am not allowed to say what i think? You want to make wikipedia looks more like regime in Transnistria? EvilAlex 20:52, 21 December 2006 (UTC)
How about a some civil discussions before baning users without even a warning? I have been in Wikipedia for a long time and i never have been banned before. You are harsh! And i doubt that you deserve an admin status. EvilAlex 20:52, 21 December 2006 (UTC)
Incidentally, your block was because of your breaching the 3RR guidelines. DS 00:33, 22 December 2006 (UTC)
No i didn't breach a guidelines! It was a consequential edits. Can you prove it? I think that you block me because you either dont like me or you have some kind of issues. EvilAlex 20:06, 22 December 2006 (UTC)
And actually i thought that you will answerer my question regarding the freedom of expression. EvilAlex 20:06, 22 December 2006 (UTC)
I think the deletion may have something to do with this. --Illythr 19:31, 23 December 2006 (UTC)
My right for free expression have been violated. EvilAlex 23:41, 23 December 2006 (UTC)
Wikipedia is not a democracy. There is also no right for free speech on Wikipedia. Besides, by comparing Transnistria to a death camp, you insult both the victims of Auschwitz and Transnistrians. Still, I do not oppose the presence of that picture here, as it (together with your little passage in broken Russian in section 3 and the links to your hate sites on the user page) is an excellent way to demonstrate to visitors what kind of a person you really are.
PS: Hmm, perhaps I should translate that passage into English, so that everyone here may appreciate your feelings for that country... --Illythr 14:12, 24 December 2006 (UTC)
I published this image only for education purposes. I have the deepest respect for the Auschwitz victims. In my view the fate of the residents of Auschwitz and Transnistria have some kind of similarities. EvilAlex 16:44, 24 December 2006 (UTC)
Your image is hate speech and deeply offensive. The killing of Jews and the Nazi era are very, very sensitive subjects in Transnistria; even today. The current government, regardless of your political disagreements with it, had no hand in that whatsover. It was solely a Romanian-cum-Nazi affair. Your image is the epitome of bad taste. - Mauco 05:33, 24 December 2006 (UTC)
This image were published only for education purposes. We are allowed to say what we think, that is the only way how the true cames out - only in a free speech. And actually this image represent Holocaust against Moldavian nation. Mass extermination and deportation of Moldavians to Siberia and Kazakhstan and not Nazi actions against Jews. EvilAlex 12:46, 24 December 2006 (UTC)
That rings hollow. Were only Moldovans from Transnistria exterminated or sent to Siberia and Kazakhstan? Or did these "deportations" also affect Moldovans elsewhere? If so, why do you single out Transnistria? Please remove this spiteful and deeply offensive imagery of hate. - Mauco 13:26, 24 December 2006 (UTC)
For me it is deeply offensive that you tries to deny and downplay the Holocaust against Moldavians. Please stop it, it is deeply offensive. I published this image only for education purposes. EvilAlex 15:01, 24 December 2006 (UTC)
What "holocaust" is this, that you are talking about? How many died? Were only Moldovans from Transnistria exterminated or sent to Siberia and Kazakhstan? Or did these "deportations" also affect Moldovans elsewhere? If so, why do you single out Transnistria? - Mauco 15:56, 24 December 2006 (UTC)
Re:"why do you single out Transnistria?"
Because everywhere else in former Sovet union People are truly sorry for that tragic part of history and only in Transnistria they still glorify Lenin, Stalin and entire extermination of Moldavian nation. EvilAlex 16:44, 24 December 2006 (UTC)
I am honestly not so sure that they do. The Transnistrians that I have spoken to are really very ambivalent about that part of their history. They remember that they had in many ways a better life while in the Soviet Union, with more security and certainty in their daily lives. While they recognize some good things in Lenin, they also recognize that with "warts and all" and are really not as stupid and brainwashed as you seem (?) to want to think. Most that I have spoken to are educated, erudite and informed.
The extent to which they glorify Lenin is debatable, although you can of course always find individual exceptions to any rule. The claim that they glorify Stalin and the "entire extermination of Moldavian nation" does not even deserve a comment. - Mauco 17:07, 24 December 2006 (UTC)
Transnistrians are nice people but you forgot that 75% of the government officials are not native born Transnistrians. They are occupants, they came to rule and suppress the nation. (Уйди в туман Mauco) EvilAlex 17:17, 24 December 2006 (UTC)
That would be, ahem, revisionist history. - Mauco 19:13, 24 December 2006 (UTC)


Alex, poţi cere părinţilor tăi să verifice dacă Tiraspol Times a apărut şi pe hîrtie? Au pus o poză pe situl lor, dar nu se vede că ar fi pe o stradă din Tiraspol.--MariusM 15:00, 31 December 2006 (UTC)

OK! I have few friends who studied at Tiraspol state University i will ask them if they saw any Tiraspol Times life on paper. Personaly i think that it is a scam for English speaking readers EvilAlex 15:36, 31 December 2006 (UTC)
OK! I spoke to one of my friend from Tiraspol and i asked if he heard anything of Tiraspol Time. The answer was: "I never heard of Tiraspol Times and I never saw a single printed copy of that newspaper". My friend study in Tiraspol state University in a Иняз faculty (faculty of forighn languages). As i expected - it is a scam. EvilAlex 23:00, 7 January 2007 (UTC)
And you conclude this with certainty based on a "representative survey" of, let us see, ONE single person? Hmmm... - Mauco 03:07, 8 January 2007 (UTC)
Thanks Evil. Tiraspol State University was one of the places specifically mentioned by Tiraspol Times staff in the e-mail to Illythr, where their newspaper should be available.--MariusM 12:54, 8 January 2007 (UTC)
The urgency with which both of you rush to draw premature conclusions based on the hearsay of one single person, whom who don't even know exist, speaks volumes about the approach which you have chosen to bring to this project. Personally, I have now signed up as a subscriber to the 'Weekly Review' in print version and am currently awaiting my first volume in the mail. See the print version has 48 issues per year at US$3.50 per issue. - Mauco 17:09, 8 January 2007 (UTC)
Still, if it's indeed not available in Tiraspol, then that's a serious argument against their credibility. I will try to find someone with friends in the city to verify this. --Illythr 20:05, 8 January 2007 (UTC)

Help from a native Russian language user[edit]

Please tak a look in Talk:Media in Transnistria and see what is with this seminar at British Embassy about which Mauco is telling, and is providing only a Russian language source.--MariusM 21:29, 1 January 2007 (UTC)

Also, please source your sentence about jamming of radio and TV stations and add it in relevant articles. You added this sentence but got reverted as unsourced.--MariusM 21:29, 1 January 2007 (UTC)


You sure? ;-) Try this one - it's short nice and simple - I got a perfect score on my first run without consulting any external sources. Should be piece of cake for an en-4 --Illythr 00:22, 4 January 2007 (UTC)

piece of cake: You scored 99.9% overall. EvilAlex 11:51, 4 January 2007 (UTC)
I see you're learning how to count poll results from Transnistrian officials. The result closest to perfect is only 96% (one wrong answer). Realize, that this is a trivial issue aiming not to pick on you, but to help you assess you own command of English. --Illythr 14:17, 4 January 2007 (UTC)
Yes. I was going to say the same thing. That score is impossible. It would imply the existence of 1,000 questions and only one wrong. The test does not have one thousand questions. Besides, they tell you the score per section (you can have 85% in one section, 100% in another, and so on). The overall rating is giving as a category. For instance, you'd probably be in the "Advanced" category. But find out: go ahead and do take the test. It is a fun test. - Mauco 14:18, 4 January 2007 (UTC)

I am trilled. So much interest towards me. Well here is my result:
EvilAlexEnglishTest .jpg

Congratulations. Your English IS getting better! (In my case, I have to admit that I only got 85% on the first section of the test, but then I used the back button on my browser and fixed the two results that I had wrong. That way, I brought it up to 100% and it gave me a warm, fuzzy feeling inside). - Mauco 16:02, 4 January 2007 (UTC)
the test was a piece of cake i didnt use back button. Gosh, Mauco only 85%. You should place a notice
en-0 This user does not understand English (or understands it with considerable difficulty).
on your talk page :(( EvilAlex 16:13, 4 January 2007 (UTC)
...In the first section only. I got 100% in the others. They don't give an overall score, but a breakdown per section. My overall rating was "Advanced" so the En-0 won't be up on my userpage any time soon. - Mauco 16:22, 4 January 2007 (UTC)
Here is mine:

You are at the Advanced level. You scored 137 points out of 150. You scored 91% overall.

PART I: Grammar You scored 40 points out of 45. You scored 88% on this section. Question 5 pick is b -- answer is c

PART II: Grammar You scored 45 points out of 45. Congratulations! You had a perfect score!

PART III: Vocabulary You scored 30 points out of 30. Congratulations! You had a perfect score!

PART IV: Reading Comprehension You scored 22 points out of 30. You scored 73% on this section. Question 6 pick is b -- answer is d Question 7 pick is d -- answer is a

Not as good as some :) :Dc76 14:17, 8 January 2007 (UTC)

Romania's EU accession[edit]

Why should I feel anything on it? I'm not an Eurosceptic... As for health - you're right, eventually, I will. And you did misunderstand what the term "free economy" means. It doesn't have to be free from evil Russian occupation, just be able to import and export goods. --Illythr 00:55, 4 January 2007 (UTC)

You misunderstand what i understood. How about joining our side! Lets fight for better future for our people? You and i came from Moldova (left side right side no mater) we have allot in common. I am sure that you wish prosperity to you country. Why should a guy like you supports separatism? EvilAlex 12:03, 4 January 2007 (UTC)
I don't support separatism. In fact, as I have already said somewhere, I'd rather have Transnistria as (an autonomous) part of Moldova, than see it stagnate in isolation. Unfortunately, it is not for me to decide. Right now, I'm disgusted with both Moldovan ("they're all terrorists") and Transnistrian ("they're Romanian imperialists") govts' positions. I also do not take sides. My goal is only to have Wikipedia reflect information that is as close to reality (and neutral at the same time) as possible. I find myself siding with William only because neither your ("Arbeit macht frei") nor MariusM's ("Heaven of Transnistia") image of Transnistria is anywhere near my idea of what is NPOV and/or factual. Yours is particularly far from reality, whereas Marius' is one-sided (all bad, no good). Both are very negative and do not help outsiders to understand the real situation. William, Bogdan, TSO1D and Vecrumba are at least trying to assess it from all sides. The opposing view (that of Mark Street) was not at all good, either. All he did was discredit his own newspaper. --Illythr 14:11, 4 January 2007 (UTC)
interesting.. EvilAlex 16:25, 4 January 2007 (UTC)
You two are the only poeple I know on Wikipedia from Moldova (except myself), and (indeed) I would wish very much we could "colaborate" better here. Unlike others, we can feel that every word said here about Moldova reflects or fails to reflect something about very real people and their life: maybe it's our ackwaintances, relatives or friends. It is easy for Marius, William, Bogdan, TSO1D and Vecrumba to have a "NPOV", because after they write something, they don't have second feelings like "I have just written something about very real people I know. Did I miss something or did I use somewhere an incorrect word? If I said something wrong or failed to say something right, there wouldn't be someone checking me and correcting in good faith. Outsiders simply do not know, even when they are very well intended. I must have the responsibility to write no more and no less than the exact truth." Except you Alex, and you Illythr, I don't think others can understand, even if they wish very much. So, it is up to us three to "fight" for "the poorest country in Europe". At least they don't say "the most backward", "the most uncivilized", and certainly not "the least safe". I am, too, very much disgusted by our politicians' only interests in filling their pockets. I don't think "NPOV" is always synonimuous to "factual". I would rather prefer "NTOP"="neutral tone of presentation", and say the truth, no matter how inconvinient it might be. Like "samizdat". Are you two following my thought?:Dc76 14:42, 8 January 2007 (UTC)


if u r from transnistria pls look at the talk part on the transnistria president page and give an opinion on the notes on th ehead of state list. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Vital Component (talkcontribs) 06:49, 14 March 2007 (UTC).

Groundless accusations[edit]

For User:EvilAlex, you have made 5 reverts on Transnistria in less than 24 hours, 3 of them from your AOL account without logging in, please log in if you want to break 3RR and edit war on Transnistria, and another request, please dont use abusive edit summaries, this can get you block, it is bad behavior on wiki-pedia and many people dont like it Pernambuco 22:48, 28 March 2007 (UTC)

What are you talking about? I just wake up. EvilAlex 13:12, 29 March 2007 (UTC)
You did it again today, IP is also you, this is 6RR in 24 hours, if you persist you will be reported and a request for block of username and ip filed, the admins have access to these logs and can confirm that you are using anon IPs from AOL in great britain to avoid getting busted for edit warring Pernambuco 13:57, 29 March 2007 (UTC)
Unbelievable?! You accuse me in doing something that i will never do due to my integrity and moral values. As a true Christian i will newer do such a horrible thing to my beloved Wiki community. As i understand AOL is one of the top broadband providers around the word and millions of people using it on a daily biases. Also UK is preferred destination for many ex:USSR citizens. Maybe we have a new contributer? Lets wait. Lets not make groundless accusations. EvilAlex 14:42, 29 March 2007 (UTC)

Am mai citit un articol controversat de pe TT semnat de Karen Ryan si chiar eram curioasa cine s-ar implica in asemenea "investigatii jurnalistice". Nu pretind ca am cercetat activitatea dnei Ryan, o cautare simpla pe Google a aratat ca D-ei a mai fost implicata in scandaluri de musamalizare intentionata a informatiei pentru a servi anumite grupuri de interese: Why Karen Ryan Deserved What She Got "Karen Ryan, you're a phony," said a Cleveland Plain Dealer editorial. She's a confused phony, however, unable to comprehend why faking the role of reporter, on behalf of a government "news release," should be questioned at all. But there's something bizarre here too. Call it her state of mind.

Intr-adevar nu este o sursa o intereselor dubioase ci doar un instrument, insa faptul ca sunt cazuri repetate cand dna Ryan serveste drept acest instrument "nevinovat", denota clar lipsa oricarei amprente de "etica jurnalistica"

Este un element suplimentar la referintele prezentate Doomie si anume: "This is Jason Cooper, I am a journalist at The Tiraspol Times & Weekly Review in Tiraspol [...] I guess that I got here as the result of too much booze and some wrong career choices [...]"

Probabil aceats informatie ar putea produce efect daca s-ar carea o campanie inchegata impotriva regimului misel din Tiraspol; (presupun ca daca aceasta campanie exista, fie si la etapa incipienta, coordonatorii ei in mod cert urmaresc acest blog :)

Moved from Transnistria talk page[edit]

We are not discussing here about EvilAlex's own userpage (which anyhow was changed after threats with permanent ban after a sockpuppeteer complaint), but about this article, where nobody is pushing a comparison with Auschwitz, but there are persons who claim that oposition is operating freely and asking unification with Moldova is allowed without problems. Let's face the real problems of this article.--MariusM 22:22, 8 April 2007 (UTC)

I didn't say anything about Alex' userpage yet... ;) I kind of wonder, though, whether you're implying that the complaint was somehow rendered illegitimate because it was filed by Mauco? Totally agree with the last sentence, though.--Illythr 22:32, 8 April 2007 (UTC)
It was an illegitimate complaint by definition disregarding the fact who filled it. NPOV is for Wikipedia articles. In his own userpage anybody should be free to express his political beliefs. We have templates for Communist Wikipedians or Liberal Wikipedians, euro-skeptic wikipedians etc. Expressing openly a political belief is normal, not normal is to threaten people with repression (prison or wikiban) for their political belief, this is showing a totalitarian type of thinking.--MariusM 22:47, 8 April 2007 (UTC)
Well... Although I personally don't object to such things. It'd be so much easier to deal with people, who have statements like "This user is a racist" or "This user hates <nation> and wants them all dead" on their pages. Meh, offtopic... --Illythr
You are completely wrong to say that. I am open and honest person. My interest in Wikipedia are truly noble, i want to write an article that truly reflect the present day reality. Some of the editors find it hard. You should understand that regime that suppress nation on the bases of their identity, look and language - is the regime that is truly racist. I just writing the true. Sure some of you don't want that true to be heard.. EvilAlex 14:15, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
Your block log begs to differ. ;) In my opinion, a person who equals Transnistria with Auschwitz and attempts to use Wikipedia to push his own hate site is the very opposite of honesty and truthfulness. And that's beside the "other" points like block evasion, streams of steaming Russophobic abuse, vote canvassing[1], trolling...
You should understand that i was fighting for the better future of Transnistrian people. People that have been brutally and ruthlessly suppressed. They should be free to choose their leaders and they should always oppose the dictatorship. My block log just shows few blocks for reverting sockpuppetry Mauco/Pernambuco/Kertu3/Ştefan44. It was injustice, i just tried to revert vandals - i shouldn't been blocked. And i never pushed any of my sites to Wiki. I always play by rules - Wikipedia:Policies_and_guidelines.
Fighting for the better future of the Transnistrian people by painting the whole place black? I don't think so. I also don't think any of them was actually engaged in vandalism, that is, disruption of Wikipedia for the sake of disruption. POV-pushing - yes. Vandalism? If you think the blocks were unjust, you may start an RFC against the blocking admins. If you will prove that the blocks were indeed unjust, the admins responsible may get de-admin'd. Oh, yeah, if you had known about the socks all along, why didn't you report them immediately? That would've saved you the trouble (?) of revert warring with them so much. ;) BTW, say, was that you? As for pushing your site - your nice chat with ZSergei is still up there, tundra and all... --Illythr 17:17, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
Re:"by painting the whole place black" - No, by saying the True. Remember the true will set you free.
Re:"RFC against the blocking admins" - it takes a long time, too time consuming, let it be on the conscience of admins.
Re:"if you had known about the socks" - I had suspisions.
And that wasn't me.
Re:"As for pushing your site" - i did not pushed my site into Wiki. Some unknown user added link to It was a surprice for me to find this link in wiki - well later some others user engaged in edit war. I just tried to mediate the conflict between them.
Well, I usually don't like appeals to authority,
Wasn't that you?[2] Some mediation attempt it was[3]... --Illythr 20:36, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
Well what do you expect - mediation is tough business. Now you started to behave like Mauco: misusing Wiki policies in a way that suits you - so you can hide the true.
I mean, really, you lied even about the English test I offered you[4] - the test being such a small and insignificant thing! :(
I just didnt want to disappoint you with my 100% [5] that is why i wrote 99.9%. Gosh you still remember that? There is nothing sinister in my action ;((
It's just a little ways up there. ;) Of course, there never was anything sinister in your actions. It was just bad for your credibility, especially getting caught like that, like an accountant getting caught stealing in a supermarket. --Illythr 17:17, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
Wrong! I intentionally lowered my grades just because i didnt want to insult you with my 100%. A truly noble gesture - pity that you dont understand it et. It is the same as living a tip when buying a beer. Or overpaying in a supermarket.
Yeah, with a fifteen-dollar banknote. ;) --Illythr 20:36, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
I dont get it. I tried to make a honest and noble gesture and you look at it as on some kind off malicious plot!
Your behavior seems to have improved significantly in the last months, but lapses to old trolling ways like this really ruin all the good effort, IMHO. --Illythr 15:19, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
Wikipedian who uses sockpuppets should be punished and shamed. Did you expect me to write something nice? Mauco/Pernambuco/Kertu3/Ştefan44 have been vandalizing Wikipedia for nearly 2-3 years. He should be shamed. EvilAlex 15:58, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
But posting an "ahahah" on his page? Yeah, right... --Illythr 17:17, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
yes by posting "ahahah". EvilAlex 18:04, 9 April 2007 (UTC)

Hm, this is getting nowhere. I am no prosecutor and you are no defendant. This discussion apparently has no constructive goal, so I withdraw from it. If you wish to continue this, feel free to do so on my own talk page, although I feel there is nothing more to discuss here. --Illythr 20:36, 9 April 2007 (UTC)

Of course it goes nowhere. Groundless accusations always goes nowhere.
PS. i knew that you reading. EvilAlex 21:53, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
Eh, what? Your last sentence doesn't make sense. 99.9%, you said? Uh-huh...
Yes "piece of cake: You scored 99.9% overall" EvilAlex 22:51, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
I still don't get what "i knew that you reading" is supposed to mean. --Illythr 22:58, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
You wrote:"nothing more to discuss here", " I withdraw from it" - sound like you will not be reading my answer. And i wrote:"i new that you reading". Did you get it now? EvilAlex 23:04, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
Ah, you meant "I knew that you were reading [this]"! I'm sorry I can't always decipher broken English properly. "I withdraw from it" means that I do not intend to discuss your past exploits further, not that I intend to totally ignore you (that's kinda impossible now, due to the section below this one). --Illythr 00:05, 10 April 2007 (UTC)

War of Transnistria[edit]

Say, would you provide a reason for reverting to Marius on the War of Transnistria page? --Illythr 22:35, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
Too many templates and no supporting arguments. EvilAlex 22:51, 9 April 2007 (UTC)
What's this then, idle chatter? Besides, my template had the argument right in it. Or are you actually implying that the Moldovan government did not participate in the conflict at all? --Illythr 23:03, 9 April 2007 (UTC)


Mulţumesc de barnstar, vreau să-l reduc la mărimea celorlalte dar nu ştiu cum se face. Mă poţi ajuta?--MariusM 10:17, 11 April 2007 (UTC)

Alex, would you please remove the personal attacks from [[6]] Barnstar? It's a direct violation of the WP:NPA policy, regardless of the claims withing being true or not. --Illythr 12:41, 23 May 2007 (UTC)

RFA cu Mauco - poate ar trebui să participi şi tu[edit]

Vezi [7]. Cum Mauco ţi-a cerut banarea, poate ar trebui să te înscrii şi tu acolo ca "involved part".--MariusM 07:55, 16 April 2007 (UTC)

Dmcdevit ţi-a cerut banarea [8].--MariusM 16:41, 16 April 2007 (UTC)

Din 2001 la Wikipedia? Lista contribuţiilor tale e din 2005.--MariusM 19:30, 16 April 2007 (UTC)

I didn't register till 2005. EvilAlex 20:33, 16 April 2007 (UTC)

Nu-ţi mai merg siturile etc.--MariusM 19:52, 16 April 2007 (UTC)

Server errors. EvilAlex 20:33, 16 April 2007 (UTC)


You have been blocked for continuous edit warring on Transnistria. Although you didn't technically reach the 3RR level, you were continuing a disruptive long-term edit war. There had been previous warnings that continuing edit-warring on this page would not be further tolerated. Fut.Perf. 16:55, 17 April 2007 (UTC)

Wikipedia:Requests for arbitration/Transnistria[edit]


An Arbitration case involving you has been opened: Wikipedia:Requests for arbitration/Transnistria. Please add any evidence you may wish the arbitrators to consider to the evidence sub-page, Wikipedia:Requests for arbitration/Transnistria/Evidence. You may also contribute to the case on the workshop sub-page, Wikipedia:Requests for arbitration/Transnistria/Workshop.

On behalf of the Arbitration Committee, David Mestel(Talk) 22:06, 20 April 2007 (UTC)

Blocked 2[edit]

Hello. You have been blocked from editing for 48 hours due to the labeling of a perfectly conventional edit as "vandalism." You must cease immediately from adding discord to the already-poisonous atmosphere in that article, or subsequent blocks will become increasingly lengthy — even as, and irrespective of the fact, that the arbitration case remains ongoing. Thanks in advance. El_C 04:22, 24 April 2007 (UTC)

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This blocked user's unblock request has been reviewed by an administrator, who declined the request. Other administrators may also review this block, but should not override the decision without good reason (see the blocking policy). Do not remove this unblock review while you are blocked.

EvilAlex (block logactive blocksglobal blocksautoblockscontribsdeleted contribsabuse filter logcreation logchange block settingsunblock)

Request reason:

please see talk below

Decline reason:

Moving extensive content on a subtopic to its subarticle – in this case, Human rights in Transnistria – is by no means vandalism, but the correct thing to do per WP:SS. Your edit summary was a personal attack, for which you may be blocked. Wikipedia is not about promoting "THE TRUTH" as you see it (disclaimer: I know and care zip about Transnistrian politics), but about writing encyclopedic, reliable articles. To that effect, please do not edit war, but engage in consensus-seeking discussions on the article talk page. — Sandstein 20:00, 24 April 2007 (UTC)

If you want to make any further unblock requests, please read the guide to appealing blocks first, then use the {{unblock}} template again. If you make too many unconvincing or disruptive unblock requests, you may be prevented from editing this page until your block has expired.

Hey you blocked me for no reason. Could you explain me why User:Dikarka removed/moved the paragraphs without seeking consensus first. The right way of discussion is in the first please to seek the approval by the majority of the users and only then do the controversial changes. Just think what will happen if everyone will be behaving in the same way as User:Dikarka. Transnistria is a highly controversial topic for many contributors. The data that User:Dikarka tried to removed have been previously agreed buy the majority of users (please see archive talk).
I am not a vandal I am a victim. The only thing that i am guilty: is holding on to the agreement and restoring undisguised changes in such a controversial article as Transnistria. Please unblock me.
And one more just look here after you blocked me User:Alaexis deleted valuable references and then inserted the fact tag. He just vandalized the article why don’t you block him? EvilAlex 15:55, 24 April 2007 (UTC)
I blocked you for a very good reason; the article is not under quasi-protection for you to resist conventional edits which go toward improving it. Your continued brazen revert warring is, in fact, astonishing, considering the arbitration case remains ongoing. As for the sources being removed: they are not in English, so I have no idea what they say and whether it is reliable. If it is reliable, then yes, it's a problem. Thanks. El_C 17:00, 24 April 2007 (UTC)
Re:"conventional edits" - i am not against conventional edits. The main point is that in any normal society there should be a discussion, then agreement of majority of contributors and only the actual edits not vice versa. Otherwise it is a vandalism - User:Dikarka just removed the very important data and i got blocked. I just tried to stick to the previous agreements. I am a victim here. It is injustice! I dont have any hidden agenda i am the only one who is from Transnistria, i am Transnistrian. I just want to write the truth about my country. Who are all others? What are they doing here? Why do they distort the realty about my country?
Re:"they are not in English" - in this case lets remove all non English references? Yes? All non English refs should go?
User:El C you probably new. Let me tell you the brief history of Transnistria. User Mauco run a puppet show for approximately two years. Article has lost all of the touch with the present day reality (just compare Transnistrian article in Britannica ). There is a huge unemployment, population decreases like in a war time, more than 80% of population live below the poverty line, Government suppresses any opposition movement, Russian 14th army illegally stationed on Transnistrian soil. I am the only one here who really cares about my country an my people. There is some Mauco followers who dont want that TRUTH to be heard. Please El_C dont be one of them, writhe the TRUTH, the truth will set as (Transnistrians) free from the tyranny and oppression, thank you. EvilAlex 17:41, 24 April 2007 (UTC)
What is the point of having a main (sub)article if the section from the parent one is as lengthy? As for your other claims (ignoring the potential polemics), it's really up to you to present and backup those claims intelligably. How am I expected to tell what's what? Especially in light of the fact that you are irrationally and distractingly edit warring. El_C 18:27, 24 April 2007 (UTC)
Dont you see that the only data that gets removed into sub-articles are the data that is critical of Transnistrian regime, living the main article nicely pro-government. Dont you find it strange?
Every thing that i introduce in to the article are meets all of the Wikipedian polices and guideline and filly supported by reliable references. Unfortunately because of the extensive neglect from Administrators some users started to see Wikipedia as an unmanageably structure where everything is possible[9]. And that resulted in nonpunishable warring behavior. Refs and data that have been added in accordances with Wiki rules get erased as simpl as that [10]. And the defendants of Wikipedian are blocked [11]. Anarchy in its glory thank you admins. The next step is to give a barnstar. EvilAlex 19:00, 24 April 2007 (UTC)
Re User:Sandstein - the correct thing to do is to discus it first on a talk page, not selectively removing the paragraphs that is critical of Transnistrian government. That is a vandalism erasing/removing data that is much critical to the article. Vandalism is any addition, removal, or change of content made in a deliberate attempt to compromise the integrity of Wikipedia.WP:VAND. A vital data have been removed. Transnistrian article in Wiki is already a jock, compare it to the real encyclopedia Britannica. EvilAlex 22:30, 24 April 2007 (UTC)

No one care![edit]

step 1.
just look here User:Alaexis deleted valuable references and then inserted the fact tag. He just vandalized the article.
step 2.
Ten hours later Admin User:Mikkalai removed unreferenced data [12]

Conclusion: Wikipedian policies. What Wikipedian policies? No one care. There is no rules you can do whatever you want, anyway someone innocent somehow will eventually get blocked[13] - after all admins are always here. Have a fun.
EvilAlex 23:30, 24 April 2007 (UTC)


Încearcă să pregăteşti evidenţă pentru cazul de arbitrare. Creează-ţi propria secţiune la Wikipedia:Requests for arbitration/Transnistria/Evidence. Dacă eşti încă blocat, fă-ţi ciorna pentru arbitrare pe pagina ta. Nu neglija arbitrarea.--MariusM 18:32, 25 April 2007 (UTC)

Am nevoie de un răspuns de la tine, dacă se poate repede.--MariusM 10:27, 26 April 2007 (UTC)
hi MariusM nustiu ce se scriu EvilAlex
Uită-te la pagina respectivă, eu am pus deja o mulţime de date, şi Dl.goe a scris, de asemeni Future Perfect of Sunrise. Mauco încă n-a scris nimic, se pare că aşteaptă să scriem noi întîi. Ia şi tu exemplele existente, nu există situaţii cînd s-a procedat necinstit cu tine? De pildă, ţi-am atras atenţia că ai fost acuzat de traducere incorectă din rusă, dar acuzatorii n-au vrut să dea ei o traducere. Unul din arbitrii e rus, ştie să traducă. Trebuie mers la pagna respectivă, luate DIFFurile cu acuzaţiile incorecte contra ta şi puse la pagina de arbitrare. Tot ce a fost incorect din partea lui Mauco, cu DIFFuri. Ar trebui să-ţi aminteşti cîte ceva, chiar din perioada cînd eu nu eram încă pe Wikipedia. Deasemeni, apără-te faţă de acuzaţiile care ţi se aduc - vezi exemplul meu, am creat o secţiune în care mă apăr, pe lîngă cele în care atac.--MariusM 20:58, 26 April 2007 (UTC)
Eşti acuzat ca fiind "single-purpose account" (şi eu sînt acuzat de asta). N-ai nimic de spus? Eşti născut în Transnistria, e patria ta, ai o justificare (eu n-am). Eşti acuzat că eşti implicat în propagandă "anti-transnistriană", eu eram convins că eşti implicat în propagandă pro-transnistriană, în favoarea poporului oprimat din Transnistria. Îţi faci singur apărarea sau aştepţi să ţi-o fac eu?--MariusM 11:00, 28 April 2007 (UTC)

Blocked, for the n-th time[edit]

EvilAlex, while several other contributors have been doing some constructive work discussing and experimenting with the intro section of Transnistria, you have again continued the old sterile revert warring, taking the page back to a weeks-old version twice within 90 minutes ([14], [15]) without any attempt at discussion. After all the previous history, this seems to show that you really have no other mode of operation on Wikipedia than stubborn edit-warring. Block is two weeks this time. Fut.Perf. 21:49, 4 May 2007 (UTC)

Usage of admin powers in content disputes[edit]

I disagree with Future Perfect at Sunrise's way of using his admin power in content disputes. There are several users who expressed disagreement with Alaexis proposals about introduction in Transnistria article (Dl.goe, DC76, Ldingley, me) and the EvilAlex variant of introduction was discussed long time ago in talkpage. Alaexis added POV word "state" in introduction with misleading edit summary "restore compromise intro". Some time ago we were discussing between "region" and "territorry" [16]. The big majority was against any usage of "country". Of course, Future Perfect at Sunrise has the right of its own opinions but blocking those who disagree with him is not fair. Ye, Wikipedia is not a democracy, but is not a dictatorship either, we are still allowed to express our opinions about article improvements, I hope. Building consensus through eliminating opposition is an usual transnistrian way, but not a wikipedian way. Intimidating users with other opinions is not the purpose of admin tools. I see the block of EvilAlex as an intimidation attempt for all those who will be inclined to support similar views. For the record: the intro Evil was putting was almost the same "compromise intro", to which even Mauco agreed, and for which sockpuppet Pernambuco fighted so much (against me).--MariusM 23:06, 4 May 2007 (UTC)

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Arbitrare (2)[edit]

Am primit observaţia să scurtez secţiunea mea în cazul de arbitrare, în timp ce tu nu ai prezentat nimic. Eu n-aş vrea să se piardă ceva din dovezile comportamentului lui Mauco, dar nici nu pot să prezint eu tot, că mi se spune că scriu prea mult. Arbitrii sînt leneşi şi neprofesionişti, nu-i interesează decît "neutralitatea", dar să rămînă totuşi o pagină cu dovezi clare despre propaganda PMR. O parte din cele scrise de mine ar trebui mutate în secţiunea ta. Mă refer mai ales la [17] în care e vorba direct de tine, poate şi alte lucruri. Astfel mă ajuţi să-mi scurtez secţiunea. Una din chestiile care poţi s-o scrii la tine este acuzaţia de proastă traducere din rusă, care ţi s-a adus la Talk:Media in Transnistria.--MariusM 08:57, 20 May 2007 (UTC)


Salut! Am observat ca aţi fost activ(ă) la articole despre Moldova (indiferent de ce mal al Prutului este vorba), sau despre regiunea Cernăuţi, sau despre Bugeac, sau despre Transnistria istorică. Dacă nu sunteţi indiferent şi vă interesează să contribuiţi la articole despre sau cu relevanţă pentru Republica Moldova, vă rog adăugaţi-vă numele la Noticeboard of the wikipedians from or interested in Moldova. Am vrea:

  • să facem o inventariere a articolelor legate de Moldova, în special
    • să le punem în categoriile corecte
    • să identificăm sute de articole WP existente cu relevanţă despre Moldova şi la cele care nu au, să le adăugăm [[Category:Moldova]].
  • în paralel am vrea să facem acelaşi lucru cu cele legate de regiunea Cernăuţi, Bugeac şi Transnistria
  • să menţinem portalul Portal:Moldova, în special
    • să identificăm câteva articole bune, care ar putea deveni "featured"
    • să completăm "Did you know" la cel puţin 200 de intrări
    • să adăugăm Wikinews despre Moldova
  • orice altceva ce vă interesează şi are legatură cu Moldova

Daca puteti contribui in medie o data pe saptamana cu o editare despre Moldova, ar fi excelent! Vă mulţumesc frumos si sper sa raspundeti. :Dc76 20:12, 31 May 2007 (UTC)

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Wikipedia:Requests for arbitration/Transnistria[edit]

This arbitration case has now closed and the decision may be found at the link above. Markstreet and sockpuppets, as well as William Mauco and EvilAlex are indefinitely banned from making any contributions related to Transnistria. This applies to all namespaces, including talk and user talk pages. For the arbitration committee, David Mestel(Talk) 17:43, 2 July 2007 (UTC)

File permission problem with File:Turist.tmr.jpg[edit]

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WikiProject Dacia[edit]

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