Thu 9th April 2009, 12:48am
QUOTE(LessHorrid vanU @ Wed 8th April 2009, 2:48pm)
Under which criteria, the Warsaw Ghetto was not under Nazi occupation (remember, this is not WP and Mike Godwin is not an editor here - I think).
Interestingly, there are numerous Reliable Sources™ that have compared the Israeli tactics in Gaza to the Nazis' behavior toward the Warsaw Ghetto. Similar analogies were made at the time of the battle of Jenin.
As an experiment, try to introduce such an analogy, with the appropriate sources (example)
, to a Wikipedia article and see what happens.
QUOTE(Cla68 @ Wed 8th April 2009, 4:10pm)
Jayjg is apparently unable or unwilling to neutrally edit Israel-related topics, so he needs to be banned from touching any Israeli topics. It's that simple. Not just him, but any other editors who are also unable to follow the rules also need to recieve topic bans. Also, since he can't follow the rules, he needs to have his admin privileges removed, because it damages Wikipedia to have an admin who openly flouts the rules and refuses to acknowledge that or correct his/her behavior.
A topic ban on editors would be problematic, because of the high probability of bad-faith accusations from opposing POV pushers. However, a topic ban on admins
should be a slam dunk. They should be required to recuse themselves at the slightest hint of controversy, because the intimidating effect of the threat of use of admin powers quickly chills honest discussion.