On Sun, May 8, 2016 at 3:15 PM, Peter Southwood <
peter.southw...@telkomsa.net> wrote:

> We already have one of those.
> Cheers,
> P


​Right, okay, whatever.

Combing through WM-l archives for the past six months, there is a pattern:

James is removed from the board - the same eight people write JIMMY MUST GO
Jimmy and James get into it in a public space -
the same eight people write JIMMY MUST GO
​The Arnon thing happens - the same eight people write JIMMY MUST GO
The Knowledge Engine thing happens - the same eight people write JIMMY MUST
GO
The Lila thing happens - the same eight people write JIMMY MUST GO
Denny writes this email - the same eight people write JIMMY MUST GO

Let's think on that for a bit when we want to talk about the power of
politics, and who is playing what game and what side they are on.

Did none of you who replied to this email from Denny with JIMMY MUST GO
bother to notice that Jimmy's name isn't even mentioned in this chain of
dysfunctional events? I suspect not, because the line has already clearly
drawn uncompromising the sand, and it was drawn years ago. If you want to
continue to pretend that Jimmy Wales is the root of all that's wrong with
the movement, that's your prerogative, but there's a reason why it's only
the same people saying it over and over again.

Denny, thank you for sharing your side of the story.
​

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~Keegan

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