'Mass Killings Under Communist Regimes' Wikipedia Page 'Being Considered for Deletion'

Nick Kangadis | November 24, 2021
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It’s like people want you to know how far left they are at this point. Basically, tell us you could possibly be communists without telling us that you could possibly be communists.

Wikipedia, probably one of the least reputable sources someone could use, now has a very specific article listing the number of “Mass killings under communist regimes” that is “being considered for deletion.”

All of the disputes being raised against the validity of the article were done in September. The disputes argue the “neutrality” and “verfiability,” which is a made-up word, of the numbers related to deaths under communist regimes.

Here’s a screenshot of the article headline and the prompt displaying the disputes (Note: screenshot taken in case it actually does get deleted):


While it’s not clear who flagged the article in question or what their motivation was for the deletion consideration, but it’s almost as if actual communists are trying to hide the atrocities committed in the name of, or as a result of, their ideology.