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User talk:CJ-Moki

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Everything that has transpired has done so according to my design[edit]

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Sysop[edit]

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Discord[edit]

You've got 24 hours before the code changes: https://discord.gg/vvFT9Xвιgℓʝвιgℓ (ᴛᴀʟᴋ/sᴛᴀʟᴋ) 10:42, 19 September 2017 (UTC)

Thank you! CJ-Moki (talk) 15:57, 19 September 2017 (UTC)

Deletion of the article about BatteryIncluded.[edit]

On 25 September 2017, at 16:05, you deleted the page about BatteryIncluded, after reviewing it was clear "harassment". It was merely a biography, but where's the policy covering harassment, personal attacks and hate made against such a person on Wikipedia and other places on the Internet?

I know for some time that BatteryIncluded is a right-wing, reactionary, xenophobic and bigoted authoritarian who claims to be a scientist on Wikipedia. He is the Phobosgator and allowed Donald Trump to rise to his presidency, and has admired Vladimir Putin, who is now back at it again, trying to prevent any information about BatteryIncluded and his cronies on Wikipedia and elsewhere from public.

What should I do in creating this kind of article in accordance to the site's policies? -- Bryan See (talk) 17:01, 25 September 2017 (UTC)

Mr. See, you appear to be conflating biographies with non-missional hit pieces that have multiple dubious-at-best claims. After reviewing the User Talk page for your banned Wikipedia account, it appears as though you have a long-standing (since 2012) vendetta against BatteryIncluded. "Phobosgate" seems to be exclusively a product of your imagination, judging by #phobosgate on Twitter. Also, I doubt that BatteryIncluded single-handedly let Donald Trump become the President.
If you wish to have an article about BatteryIncluded, I suggest you start with better citations, and less inflammatory language. However, if you continue to be a disruptive editor (which apparently got you banned from WP and æ), expect to be met with a block. CJ-Moki (talk) 19:41, 25 September 2017 (UTC)
@CJ-Moki, I know, but I don't want to continue being disprutive. When I came aboard, you thought I could analyze and pseudoscience and the anti-science movement, as well as explorations of authoritarianism and fundamentalism. I know better than I did five years ago.
You have to remember that the machinations from the alt-right and fake news and influence by Russian media like RT and Sputnik News (then known as RIA Novosti), directed by Vladimir Putin (the chief architect of my ban and suffering), are what apparently got me banned from WP and æ. What happens if the alt-right, Donald Trump and Putin decide to use these statements which are being used to justify my ban against me? What if some Russian assassin or Trump supporter physically attacks me? Then it's not just ableism, but also hate. I stand for love and will, both of which trump hate. Look, I am a member of #TheResistance, and I did have some anti-Russian, anti-Donald Trump and anti-Vladimir Putin agenda, all of which I thought could fit in in this site.
As for better citations, is this okay for BatteryIncluded?
I know "Phobosgate" is not exclusively a product of my imagination, judging by #phobosgate on Twitter. I'm merely researching, and it's a hate crime on Wikipedia, and cultivated by Russian influence. Regardless, where can I pursue such?
BTW, I got two draft articles classifying as such, on Boing! said Zebedee and Dennis Brown. -- Bryan See (talk) 05:39, 26 September 2017 (UTC)
I'm going to need a better source for the claim that Vladimir Putin engineered your ban from an increasingly irrelevant wiki written by trolls, for trolls. Saying "my ban against me" implies that you somehow banned yourself from WP and æ. Getting attacked by a Trump supporter or a Russian assassin (both possibilities which are unlikely to happen to you) has nothing to do with Phobos-Grunt. An Urban Dictionary submission is usually not a good citation.
Nearly every tweet with #phobosgate is from you. Tweeting and spamming wikis with conspiracy theories about an obscure Russian space probe is not "research" in any sense of the word. If you wish to create a serious case for "Phobosgate", I request you use better evidence and make better arguments to support your claims. CJ-Moki (talk) 14:27, 26 September 2017 (UTC)
"I'm going to need a better source for the claim that Vladimir Putin engineered your ban from an increasingly irrelevant wiki written by trolls, for trolls ... If you wish to create a serious case for "Phobosgate", I request you use better evidence and make better arguments to support your claims."
I love to do that. I do have.
This is one of the pro-Kremlin sources that started all of this. It must be something to do with Fobos-Grunt 2, the repeat mission; you can Google search for "Фобос-Грунт 2" for any news articles, from March to April 2012. It should be noted that this was then known as "RIA Novosti" before being rebranded into Sputnik News. I remember what happened that day. At the end of March, I found at least two articles about it, written by some pro-Putin author. This is evidence of Russian influence upon me and the other editor, I think, see this, where he also got the Russian influence. And the edits following these influence is these: [1], [2], [3], [4], and [5], to name a few (the complete summary is this and this).
As for BatteryIncluded, here are his contributions made from Feb 20 to June 12, 2012. Included are his interactions with me, Boing! said Zebedee (who made the famous Phobosgate claim from me that's was used by the alt-right later on), and Dennis Brown. Included also he made a veiled death threat with an image of a kitten, which was referenced by the article on me on the alt-right-owned ED.
I would like to go through the evidence, because it's overwhelming enough to create a serious case for "Phobosgate". Thanks, though. @CJ-Moki BTW, like you, I reject racism and hate, but I don't approve of Putin and his country committing atrocities across the world. -- Bryan See (talk) 15:59, 26 September 2017 (UTC)

Phobosgate[edit]

There's a talk page section on Phobosgate, see User_talk:Bryan See/Phobosgate#Sources_to_make_serious_case_for_Phobosgate -- Bryan See (talk) 08:25, 1 October 2017 (UTC)

On My Article Reactionary Justice Warriors[edit]

Yes but Reactionary Justice Warriors is more appropriate since they prefer the Status Quo Ante Bellum. They don't just want the Status Quo, they want to go further back, the Status Quo Ante Bellum. Also, you know this is true, you see these Reactionary Justice Warriors everywhere, YouTube Channels, YouTube comments, internet forums, Twitter, Facebook etc. trying to be as offensive as possible which is often instructed by their fellow "Alt-Righters" on 4chan. To try and offend and shock people by commenting with nothing but racist bigoted, sexist, xenophobic, homophobic rhetoric in an attempt to terrorize people. They're reactionaries fighting for reactionary ideals.

Come on, you know this is true, let's just put it out there and some other people like you can start adding more to my article to expand it so it won't be so small.

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Banning Bryan See[edit]

I may have been disturbed at his comments, but I really don't think we can permaban him without a coop case. There has been no community consensus for such a drastic action, and he deserves a chance to present a defense of his conduct. I mean, I was investigating him and this "Phobosgate" stuff, but he deserves a fair shot in the coop. RoninMacbeth (talk) 00:36, 13 October 2017 (UTC)