User talk:Trikomitis

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January 2014[edit]

Stop icon This is your only warning; if you vandalize Wikipedia again, as you did at Trikomo, Cyprus, you may be blocked from editing without further notice. Coffee // have a cup // beans // 23:15, 27 January 2014 (UTC)

Historical accuracy is not vandalism. Please check sources.


Trikomitis, why are you deleting almost everything in "Trikomo, Cyprus" article:,_Cyprus&diff=592764797&oldid=592690564
You deleted "Population","Mayor's name","municipality's website","Sister cities","municipality status" info, "Skyline image of town","Bafra Tourism Region" info, "Karpas peninsula info".

"Deleting Turkish Cypriot municipality website whereas keeping the only Greek Cypriot web page" is not the thing we do in Wikipedia. Wikipedia is a neutral source for the whole world. Neutrality is wikipedia's no.1 principle. Observe that my edit (,_Cyprus&diff=592685575&oldid=592674688 ) included both the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot websites together. In Wikipedia, all towns in Northern Cyprus has this neutral application: including both of the municipalities websites.

Also, you deleted the image picture depicting the Trikomo. Why? As everyone in the world, you are also welcome to that marvellous beaches of Trikomo. Perhaps, Trikomo is your hometown. Trikomitis, if you want a favor to Trikomo, isn't it the best way to popularize Trikomo in the best possible way you can? I understand your sorry about the situation in the island, and also I share the feelings of the Greek Cypriot people who flight from North to South in 1974-75. Though I am not a Turkish Cypriot nor having any relevance and kindom about Turks, I also share the feelings of the Turkish Cypriot people who flight from South to North after 1963 as well. We are all human being before all. "Promoting Trikomo" and "promoting Northern Cyprus" are different things. If you put nice things about Trikomo, you do not lose anything, even you win. Believe me. This way, Turkish Cypriots who were traumatized during 1963-1974 does not view Greek Cypriots as evils. Alexyflemming (talk) 12:27, 28 January 2014 (UTC)