Need Help After Russia Hating Trolls Deleted John Robles, Discussion  21 Dec 2020 20:35:10 UTC

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Need Help After John Robles Deleted[edit]

As the former lead announcer with the Voice of Russia World Service and the first and only person with full permanent political asylum in the Russian Federation, years before Snowden and Assange, it is a crime against any proper recording of history to delete this person's page. IF WikiPedia really is a real source for information deleting such pages because of the reviewers political bias or because the reviewer does not "like" the person is an egregious crime and dirties the reputation of WikiPedia. John was also a WikiLeaks media associate and although you may not have hear about him is famous in Russia and certain geopolitical circles. Revising history and deleting people someone wants to be "unpopular" is not what WikiPedia is about. As you are person who closed the discussion, which was not really a "discussion" as no opposing views were given audience, I have written to you per WikiPedia's instructions. John is currently and has been the ONLY American with asylum in the Russian Federation and perhaps the world. SOmeone said that John is unknown however he is quite famous in the Russian Federation and frequently appears on television as an expert on geopolitical issues.— Preceding unsigned comment added by Interceptor369 (talk contribs)

<tps> It's generally not a good idea to ask for undeletion by making a personal attack on the administrator who closed the deletion discussion. Acroterion (talk) 16:50, 20 December 2020 (UTC)

NO attack intended whatsoever. Sorry just stating the facts as we see them. Thanks and cheers.

@Interceptor369: - I can't assist you further at this time. You can take your complaint about the article being deleted to Wikipedia:Dispute resolution. Happy holidays. Missvain (talk) 17:32, 20 December 2020 (UTC)

We means my readers, followers, friends and supporters for whom I am writing. You have a great holiday too. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Interceptor369 (talk contribs) 18:11, 20 December 2020 (UTC)

Also, it's against Wikipedia policy to have multiple people using a Wikipedia account. (In reference to your "as we see them.") Please see Wikipedia:Username_policy#Shared_accounts. Missvain (talk) 17:39, 20 December 2020 (UTC)

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