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Individualist anarchism and anarcho-capitalism[edit]

Thank you for your comments on Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Individualist anarchism and anarcho-capitalism. I have closed the debate as no consensus. Per the recommendation from you and others that the article was US-centric, the {{Globalize}} tag was added to the article. Please do help to improve the article or contribute further to discussion on what ought to be done with it. Again, thanks! -- Jonel | Speak 03:05, 30 January 2006 (UTC)

About Anna Mae Aquash[edit]

Yesterday I greeted a new user and made a remark not to put in a direct commercial link in the document and she was trying to create a nice addition, but it's clear that is very much a newbie, because she asked me how to make a link etc. It's clear that you are a lot more advanced already and just reverted all of her changes. The point is that she is not going to understand of course. So could please try to inform her on her talk page ( User_talk:Antoinettenora ) because she is potentially a good editor and I think that she will be of benefit for the page, but she is not going to notice the edit summary or the talk page of the document and stuff like that. Dr Debug (Talk) 22:52, 11 February 2006 (UTC)

Sarvodaya[edit]

I meant to add it as a topic related to anarchism, but in light of a better place to put it, added it there. I didn't think it was out of line considering Swadeshi's inclusion in the list, but maybe neither belong. The sarvodaya system is closely related to anarchism though, and its article is pretty miserable. However, I think that the topic is of interest to anarchists because sarvodaya is a village democracy system built around "swadeshi, bread labour, non-possession, trusteeship, non-exploitation, and equality". Its five main principles are "cooperation, serving those in need, satisfying work, participation, and nonviolence". The only thing that really keeps it from being anarchism is that it doesn't necessarily reject the state, but nor does it necessary accept it. If you have any ideas for a better placement, I'd be happy to entertain them. Sarge Baldy 16:21, 16 February 2006 (UTC)

Yeah, I think that's the best thing to do. Sarge Baldy 16:45, 16 February 2006 (UTC)
Swadeshi, syndicalism, pacifism (?), anarchism and the arts, anarchist symbolism, neo-luddism, veganism/freeganism. I'm sure once we have a section we can fill it up. It might also make sense to put anarchist economics and anarchist law there, because those aren't really anarchist concepts, they're more articles about various anarchist concepts. Sarge Baldy 20:34, 16 February 2006 (UTC)

Savin's exclusion from the PGA[edit]

This is a source on Savin's exclusion.Harrypotter 19:21, 27 March 2006 (UTC)

Ward Churchill misconduct allegations summary[edit]

I would prefer in the summary blurb that points to the child article, Ward Churchill misconduct allegations, to avoid the direct quote from Churchill. I believe the same quote would be useful in that child article, but there's a problem with leaving it in the summary pointer, to my mind.

I do not know if you've looked at the edit history and talk page of the article(s); but in fact, over the last six months or so, I've been the chief editor trying to maintain the sanity of the coverage against frequent new and single-purpose editors who wish to put in long and vindictive editorial statements about just how very much they dislike Churchill. Not always material that is factually inaccurate, but always a problem of tone and "undue weight".

My belief is that if you try to leave in the Counterpunch direct quote from Churchill in the section summary, that will just invite other editors to find some long and hate-filled comment about Churchill from another source, and insert it next to the Churchill quote. That editor will make a spurious argument that the quote is verifiable, and therefore must be included. The middle ground to walk is to leave the summary strictly in the neutral third-person, rather than let this "war of quotes" grow there. Churchill's statement is fairly emotional in tone, and I believe we're better with a more plainly factual tone in that section (I recognize, of course, that reporting a quote isn't the same as endorsing it's tone; but I still feel that material better belongs in the child article).

If you'd like to do something really, really helpful, you can keep an eye on the Ward Churchill misconduct allegations article, where an anonymous editor has been repeatedly blanking multiple paragraphs, essentially trying to remove any seciton or topic that might seem vaguely favorable to Churchill. It would be really nice to have at least one other editor watching for that, rather than have to do all the reverts of the blanking myself. LotLE×talk 17:24, 17 May 2006 (UTC)

Could I ask you a favor: go over and revert the blanking that User:70.114.205.215 just did again, over at Ward Churchill misconduct allegations. I think a good argument exists that the change qualifies as vandalism, but I don't want to violate 3RR by restoring the deletions a fourth time. The help would be really.... well, helpful. LotLE×talk 21:45, 17 May 2006 (UTC)
No, you are wrong. The change was valid and appropriate. Also, your comments about my edits are way off the mark. I'm only focusing on the slanderous/libelous comments of Churchill toward other professors who happen to disagree with him. I believe from your comments that you want to work with Lulu to simply find a way to stop my editing. Churchill has been found by a committee at the University of Colorado to have engaged in serious research misconduct and the quotes that I am attempting to remove are focused on his personal attacks on these good professors. You have not attempted to discuss the topic with me directly, but rather you have recruiter Lulu to work with you to shut me down. I have commented on the talk page and neither you or Lulu have attempted to have a discussion with me even though I have asked both of you (anyone) to discuss the topic and I have not had any response. You have already decided that my good faith efforts to edit the document are "vandalism" as you state right here. You are not editing in good faith. Why have you decided that only you and Lulu are allowed to make edits to the article? And why have you decided to leave in Churchill's personal attacks on other professors? That is not the way that Wikipedia is suppose to work. It is supposed to be a colaborative effort but from the actions of you and Lulu it is clear that together you both have decided to just ignore my comments on the Talk Page and just reverse anything that I do and then, instead of debating and discussing the topice with me, you just state that if I don't agree with you then my work in just "vandalism." Please edit in good faith, based upon your discussion with Lulu above it is clear to me that you aren't. --- --70.114.205.215 22:28, 18 May 2006 (UTC) ---

More on POV-changes to lead[edit]

I'm not sure how much you're around WP, or if Ward Churchill misconduct allegations is on your watchlist. But User:Verklempt has lately been trying repeatedly to insert some POV nonsense into the lead. I guess you can see what it is yourself from the edit history, but basically it's: (a) insert misleading phrase "compared victims to Nazis"; (b) invent brand new claim that Churchill "plagiarized" "little Eichmann" phrase from Zerzan; (c) remove the actual characterization of what Churchill's essay is about to substitute a short caricature. Anyway, if you feel like watching... way cool. LotLE×talk 04:55, 13 June 2006 (UTC)

Mediation Cabal case[edit]

Hello there, N1h1l. I have volunteered to mediate the case regarding Peoples' Global Action. Please voice any opinions and evidence you have supporting your stance at the relevant page. Only with your cooperation can the case be resolved peacefully. Thanks. --physicq210 17:47, 11 August 2006 (UTC)

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Kevin A. Carson[edit]

The removed content is redundant on earlier text within the same article. Please do not revert again.--Jsorens 16:35, 30 October 2006 (UTC)

2010 February 3-4: I inserted "In response to these criticisms...," not in response "to Carson" as you wrote (when you were citing your reason for undoing my edit); please don't misread/misquote me. The Chicago economists are addressing Carson's (& others') criticisms re: Latin America & regula'n.

1. Carson (an economics blogger who barely met WP's notability guidelines) is mocking individuals & groups that are Nobel-prize/economics winners, so their responses to Carson's criticism(s) really are more notable (WP:due). WP:due also says that when both sides' positions are available, both are to be given. Otherwise, someone deleting content that supports only one side might appear to be attempting to give a one-sided argument to advance a POV.
2. These economists would be reasonable to consider Carson too insignificant and uncredentialed for them to take time to give him (and every blog that criticizes them) a personal response, but Carson makes criticisms that many others (often of similar ideology to Carson) have made.
3. The "Vulgar Libertarianism" section (which you added, or at least re-added) brings up Carson's criticisms of Chicago, and these economists have addressed such criticisms.
i.e. These economists' commentary are perfectly _relevant_ to this section of the article, in regards to WP policies and in regards to the critiques that K Carson has made, even if they are not addressing Carson personally-- and of course they come from a verifiable, RS source, and meet all other WP stds I can think of (e.g. like Carson's bias, their bias is duly disclosed to the reader (rather than stating a biased source's opinion in an 'encyclopedic voice' as if it were fact).

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P.S. Note that I could just delete the whole Vulgar Libertarianism section because it's unsourced material being attributed to a Living Person: The only link in the section (before I edited it) to support the credibility of parts you've added (or re-added) is not only a deadlink, it also appears to have been a newslist or blog (often those aren't WP:V, even when it was an active link); additionally it was located in a position that suggests it only supported the 1st paragraph's content not the 2nd (so even if it wasn't a deadlink & was WP:V, I could delete half the content in the section (IIRC, added by you). e.g. In the 1st sentence, "Carson credits himself with coining the pejorative term...," it is unclear whether Carson himself has called it pejorative, or if that's just your (quite reasonable) interpretation; unlike my additions that you deleted, I can't even fact-check that b/c you have no reliable/verifiable source. 24.155.209.101 (talk) 13:53, 4 February 2010 (UTC)

Anonymous, you seem to be unfamiliar with the use of quotation marks. No one is misquoting you and it is clear that your original edit implied a response to Carson. Thanks for correcting it. If you'd like to source the rest of the section, please go right ahead. Its not my article, I'm just one of a dozen editors who have worked on it. - N1h1l (talk) 18:50, 4 February 2010 (UTC)

Just Things[edit]

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avtomatz reply[edit]

search eco-radicals on google or somethin u'll c stuff bout them there

I predict the following. RE: the terroist portal[edit]

A known sockpuppet supporting Verklempt's position may show up in a day or 2. It happened to me on the Ward Churchill misconduct issues page just a few days ago. I think we can gain enough support to have that portal deleted and stay deleted without an edit war. Albion moonlight 03:41, 16 July 2007 (UTC)


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DivaNTrainin[edit]

Hey, have you reported this user for the constant refactoring of the Copwatch talk page? Do you think it's necessary? Murderbike 20:59, 30 September 2007 (UTC)

Let me know if you nominate DivaNTraining for another ban and I will gladly support it. This woman is super annoying. I left a comment on her talk page asking nicely to follow Wiki rules... she logged on 6 hours later, blanked the comment, and then resubmitted the same unsourced edit to Copwatch for about the 30th time.Factchecker atyourservice 15:17, 8 October 2007 (UTC)

Ditto. Mycota 04:33, 9 October 2007 (UTC)


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Up Against the Wall Motherfuckers fact tag[edit]

The source is provided as "January 1969 Get Back Sessions at Twickenham Studios in London." Now, I have no idea whether the quote is accurate, but in any case it's a citation, so that the fact tag is the wrong one. There's another tag, for citations whose accuracy is doubted, but I forget what it is. Personally, I don't care whether this tag is there or not, but it doesn't make sense for it to be. —Jemmytc 22:11, 15 December 2007 (UTC)

Thanks. I looked it up and the correct tag is {{verify source}}. - N1h1l (talk) 23:51, 15 December 2007 (UTC)


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Individual reclamation[edit]

Yo, nice work on the article; I'm just wondering where you got the title from? I had never come across it in English before, and none of the first (10 of 733) Google hits except the Wikipedia article seem to use the term in this sense. I'm wondering if we should move the article to reprise individuelle? скоморохъ 02:50, 3 March 2008 (UTC)

Responded at Talk:Individual reclamation.

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Hola[edit]

Yo, great work writing the Keith Preston article; we've being missing that for a long time. Solidarity, Skomorokh 03:38, 4 December 2008 (UTC)

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expropiative anarchism[edit]

i think that the main reason for the unavailability of information on expropriative anarchism in english is the fact that it was based in Spain and Argentina. if you know spanish you could very well visit the webpage archive of expropriative anarchism. It is clear that Buenaventura Durruti was an important anarchist in spain to be too much of an illegalist a la bande a bonnot.--Eduen (talk) 09:23, 12 February 2010 (UTC)

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Nomination of VirtueMart for deletion[edit]

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Coal scrip or Company scrip, can we work together?[edit]

Hey there, I have submitted an article on coal scrip and of course came across the article called Company Scrip. I saw that you have a image from the Olga coal co, very nice by the way. Anyway, I wanted to know if some expansion could be done on this article so that folsk will know what coal scrip or company scrip actually is as opposed to the pseudo post structural socialist dogma that is there now. I am cool with that, but as I actually have relatives and ancestors that used scrip and died in coal mines, I thought, wjhy not start from a bare bones perspective and actually tell them, what the item is and then, YES, by all means, how it was used. Looking forward to hearing a replyCoal town guy (talk) 13:19, 17 July 2012 (UTC)

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