User talk:Judson

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[[User:Sam Spade|Sam Spade Arb Com election]] 16:09, 20 Nov 2004 (UTC)

Please don't paste copyrighted material on Wikipedia. Thanks. -- Scott 23:04, Dec 5, 2004 (UTC)


Hello Judson, I just read your userpage, and I'd like to say something about the 6th-to-last point you made. Immigration-control is something that is necessary to maintain a stable country, as importing millions of non-Westerners will inevitably change our nation's culture (no matter what race they are; if we import millions of white Iranians or white Afghans, American culture will still change even though the newcomers are white). Even more dangerous is the importation of large numbers of Muslims. This is essentially suicidal, as a commited minority of Muslims are bent on destroying the West and imposing Sharia law.

We should not be so willing to surrender and abandon our nation's culture simply in the name of multiculturalism and the need to "raise diversity" and "cultural tolerance"...I used to think this way as well, but eventually I realized how foolish and naive this was. Diversity is not something that should be vigorously pursued if it means cultural suicide or if it is a serious threat to our nation.

This is just my opinion. You do not have to reply if you do not want to (you can even delete this if you feel so inclined, since it is your talkpage). Have a great day!

-BSveen 20:51, Dec 10, 2004 (UTC)


There is a remarkable pattern of similarity on VFD between your votes and those of Old Right and Crevaner. Can you help me understand why that might be? Thank you. Michael Ward 07:44, 30 Dec 2004 (UTC)

Old Right, Crevaner and myself are all friends. We live near each other and have an Email correspondence. We've decided to occasionally collaborate on VFD. Nothing wrong with that. -- Judson 16:56, 30 Dec 2004 (UTC)
Thanks for your reply. That seems plausible. Would you mind if I trust, but verify by having a developer check whether these usernames are using different ip's? Your ip itself would not be reported. It would be great to clear this up a little, as I am not the only one who has been commenting on the pattern.
As to "collaborating", I think that can be dangerous for the system, judging by your bloc votes on Clarke Theorem for which I can find absolutely no supporting evidence. Can you? Michael Ward 17:06, 30 Dec 2004 (UTC)

Bloc voting response[edit]

Judson, I got your E-Mail about votes-for-deletion. Fine, we'll stop working together on votes. -- Old Right 20:31, 30 Dec 2004 (UTC)

Gold, most blatantly obvious cover up ever. --Vision4bg 15:15, 1 Jan 2005 (UTC)

Second Cold War[edit]

Judson, you might find this an interesting page to keep. [1] -- Old Right 00:42, 18 Jan 2005 (UTC)

Hi, I notice that you and User:Old Right work together on VfD. I don't have any particular problem with that, but I was wondering why both of you voted to keep List of Social Democrats? The list was created by one user, who refused to discuss who should be on it instead decided to house it on a separate page. That user currently has a Request for Comment outstanding against them on this issue. The list is grossly inaccurate: Thabo Mbeki is not a social democrat. Why do you feel that the list should be kept? Lacrimosus 22:10, 21 Mar 2005 (UTC)

Charlotte Ross Image[edit]

Did you get my e-mail about the image. You vote to keep. -- Crevaner 12:44, 7 Apr 2005 (UTC)

The One[edit]

You're right, and I want to apologize for rolling back your edits too quickly. Best wishes, Meelar (talk) 19:53, Jun 15, 2005 (UTC)

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If you have any questions, just leave a message on my talk page. Thanks again. Extraordinary Machine 19:54, 30 September 2005 (UTC)

Vinick Sullivan comparison[edit]

Hi. WRT the Vinick Sullivan comparison that you hve posted on their articles twice now, I have reverted it again. The external link you provide has no mention of any of their characters or the show. Wikipedia has a policy of no original research that I suggest you look over. Please do not add back these omments unless you can find a new verifiable clear and concise source making the comparison. Thank you. -Scm83x 23:48, 27 December 2005 (UTC)

The politics of the New York Times - your thoughts[edit]

We've been having a tiny edit battle over the political position of The New York Times. (You add "Political position: left-wing" to the info box. I remove it. Repeat.) If you do feel that The New York Times is left-wing, you need to be clear (the term left wing is heavily debated) and verify this opinion (present some evidence) before you can enshrine it as fact.

I've described my point of view at Talk:The New York Times, here and here. Please consider adding to the discussion.

Thanks! Omphaloscope » talk 00:13, 29 December 2005 (UTC)


I'll remove the image when you start denying what Gibson intended. And as for being biased; I'm not the one whitewashing every ignorant thing he has said. --DrBat 23:49, 21 January 2006 (UTC)

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AfD nomination of Captain Trips[edit]

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