Samuel Blanning Encourages and Protects Anti-Christian Edits on Wikipedia

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Sep 20, 2006, 7:47:10 PM9/20/06
Recently, the following was posted at the Admin noticeboard:

User:Harvestdancer (Jason Gonella, one who has repeatedly persecuted
Christians on the internet) has recently removed a number of on-topic
and relevant links from Wikipedia entries that contain a domain that he
apparently does not like ( He has not left any edit comments
and this appears to be in bad
An investigation needs to take place because those links likely need to
be restored without an edit war.

This statement was referring to the following edits:

22:56, 20 September 2006 (hist) (diff) m Pleonexia (→External links)

22:55, 20 September 2006 (hist) (diff) m Pleonexia (→External links -
replace plagarism)

18:54, 20 September 2006 (hist) (diff) m Christianese (→External
links) (top)

18:52, 20 September 2006 (hist) (diff) m Banu Tamim (→Leading
personalities) (top)

18:48, 20 September 2006 (hist) (diff) m Russell Humphreys (→External
links) (top)

18:44, 20 September 2006 (hist) (diff) m Billy Graham (top)

However, administrator Sam Blanning deleted the notice without any
consideration and before legitimate admins could take action. Is this
really the act of a good faith editor and a good faith administrator
who cares deeply about Wikipedia and its entries? It looks more like a
meat-puppet scenario.

Sam Blanning has recently posted on the Wikipedia Meta site, where he
has also engaged in persecuting Christians. He has nominated a
Christian user page for deletion (which violates Wikipedia Meta's
policies, as they allow such pages). Now, we have at least two,
documented cases where Blanning has tried to remove links to Christian
sites from the Wikipedia web site.

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