Wikipedia’s disgraceful censorship

 

I have intensively been working for the past few days on several articles for Wikipedia on Alexis d’Anjou-Durassow and the Royal House of Anjou-Durassow. The articles were thoroughly researched and had many references and footnotes and were a team work of  a group of very serious and committed historians and journalists working together to try and prove  what is known as the Survival Theory of the Russian Imperial Family. Our only interest is to uncover the truth, whatever this truth is.

Thus my articles were not biased and my only intention as an author and an amateur historian, in this particular case, was to shed light on this very fascinating and controversial character who has been slandered,  after his death, without shame and mercy by people that have written articles in Wikipedia.

An encyclopedia such as Wikipedia that is based on additions of contributors  is very interesting if it allows freedom of speech and other contributors are not allowed to practice censorship and vandalize articles.  A few contributors with an obvious hidden agenda ganged against me by calling me a SERIAL HOAXER, deleted my articles and It is an absolute disgrace that a contributor  is allowed to do so without contacting the other first and discussing whatever points might be contentious in order to clarify any possible misunderstanding or  possible erroneous information.

To add insult to injury all editions that I have done to articles with no connection to the above mentioned articles have also been deleted without any consideration to the data or the facts and without giving me the opportunity to explain myself and my research.

This is cultural bullying  and it goes against free speech. I am lost for words at such antics worthy of a regime such as North Korea!