Over the last couple of weeks I've noticed visitors coming from a link at Wikipedia, but since they were not staying long I didn't explore further.
Silly me! I should have took a look. ;-D
I've just discovered that a piece of mine has been linked to in a piece on Wikipedia!
Wikipedia is a free encyclopedia written collaboratively by its readers.
Looking into just WHEN a reference to my blog appeared gives insight into the evolution of a Wikipedia Entry.
On June 6th a little balance began to creep in. ;-D
Someone didn't like their hero shown for what he is. ;-D
On June 26th Balance returned with some additions, and an explanatory note of their own: "More factual information on Mr. Flugennock's political beliefs." ;-D
This time the info that was deleted was returned with links attatched as references, including one to me, and to another blog, that of columnist Bridget Johnson, GOP Vixen. ;-D
I do not know who did this, but I AM extremely flattered, and honored that I was chosen as a worthy source.
There followed versions on July 5th, and July 12th ( With slight changes by someone named Truedeadhead ).
On July 18th the Balancing continued with an explanatory note by Truthseeker 1231: "Updated info on Flugennock's recent support of Palestinian suicide bombers."
The next day, the 19th, the creator of the original article fought back explaining: "Clean up hardocre POV skewing."
This clean-up included removing all but 3 of the negative references, including mine, and trying to defend the artist.
Somebody is pissed. ;-D
Why should this person feel so compelled to defend this Moonbat?
If the artist feels his views, and, um, creative expressions, are being mis-understood let him speak for himself.
On July 20th Balance was again restored by Nosuchthingasansfsanarchist with this explanation: "Put back in citations-removed opinionated rants from local friend of Mike Flugennock."
No entry is final on this site, it seems, andthe only way to get a true picture of the subject under discussion is to checkout all the previous editions of the piece but, when such changes run to the dozens, or more, who has the time?
The portion of the entry that references my article, and seems to be upsetting to supporters of the artist:
Much of his art is extremely provactive, sometimes to the point that it would be deemed offensive and anti-semitic by many.   Flugennock has expressed solidarity with suicide bombers who target civilians in Iraq.  He has supported the murder of Jewish civilians in Israel.  He has stated that efforts to ease the dire conditions in Darfur are "for the benefit of imperial expansion" of the United States.  On his website  and and his posts on DC Indymedia  , he rails against "ADL/AIPAC/New York liberal types". Flugennock was one of only six Americans to submit an entry in the Iranian Holocaust cartoon contest, a competition organized by those who support the Iranian president's position on Holocaust denial.  .
The other links, and their comments, are well worth your time as they expose the Far Left for what they are to all the world.