Hi, I noticed you requested a wiki that was hosted at Orain in the past, and that didn't go unnoticed (also see this). Usually I approve wiki requests very fast, but in this case I had to put it in a review queue.
I (and I'm not talking on behalf of anyone) believe in freedom of speech. Wiki requests shouldn't be denied just because some people don't like the content on your wiki. However, that doesn't mean I should completely ignore the other people (e.g. Michaeldsuarez and Krom), nor that "general English wiki" is a good description of RightWiki and would make the accusations invalid. Your wiki would be, according to some other people, a complete racist wiki, anti-Semetic, and Orain would have received multiple legal complaints concerning RightWiki (not to mention the other thousands of comments).
As such, I'd like you to explain us why we should not deny your wiki request because of the things I mentioned above. Your comments will not guarantee that we are going to approve your wiki request. The final decision will be taken by a wiki creator or staff member. Southparkfan (talk) 11:24, 29 September 2015 (UTC)
- Rightpedia is primarily not against something, but for something. For God, nation, home and family. For a historical discussion of the past based on the nationalistic, God, home and family oriented point of view. Any person can contribute to Rightpedia, no matter of his color or religion, who shares our respect to God, family, home and nation. For example, Bibi Netanyahu or Robert Mugabe are welcome, if they are willing to add information to Rightpedia and they share our point of view.
- We know, that not everybody shares our views. I have not heard, however about any legal complaints against Rightpedia based on any existing law. We do not put anything illegal into rightpedia, like porno, falsified information about persons, or hacked software, etc.... Fiala (talk) 22:02, 29 September 2015 (UTC)