User talk:Tzowu

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Hello, Tzowu, and Welcome to Wikipedia!

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Invitation[edit]

Invitation to enter your counsels in Talk:Josip Broz Tito#NPOV formatTeo Pitta (talk) 16:37, 28 May 2015 (UTC)

Puppet[edit]

Hello. I would like to inform you that the user Special:Contributions/72.66.12.17 is a puppet who came from Serbian Wikipedia since he got blocked indefinitely over there. See here. He is a puppet of another user that got banned for disruptive behavior. See here. He now turned to English Wikipedia and shows the same attitude that already got him blocked 2 times. Detoner (talk) 17:26, 28 June 2015 (UTC)

Hi, I also reinforce that. 72.66.12.17 also contributed to the debate under the Nikola Tesla article with a very rude behavior considering Croatians or Hungarians with a very stuck-up pedantry, but of course when his stupidities were demonstrated he/she could answer only with a blatant primitivity. Please guard the Croatia_in_the_union_with_Hungary article, of course we Hungarians acknowledge Croatia as a separate country that we had a personal union with. We don't care about some non-experts POWs, even they are able to be cited by the Wikipedia rules what they think about Croatia and Hungary's relation. We have the original documents, the laws and we have the common history, we know better what happened between us than some ignorant outsiders. Regards(KIENGIR (talk) 22:37, 3 July 2015 (UTC))

Military Froniter[edit]

Hello. I noticed you were active on Military Frontier article. Could you consider sharing your opinion in this discussion. I wanted to introduce a simple edit, which itself is a direct quote from the source listed in the article, but another user keeps objecting irrationally. He even claims the source says something which it does not, and when I ask him to provide a quote, he refuses. I really do not know what to do since no other editors are joining, although I invited some who participate in the editing. If no one joins I will be forced to oped a RfC, which by itself is not necessary, since the sources are in consistence with the edit. Thank you. Detoner (talk) 20:01, 2 July 2015 (UTC)