Hello, dear Wikipedia team...
I happened to have noticed that people seem to spread 'anti-Habsburg propaganda' into Wikipedia that happened to originate from the German/Austrian-Hungarian period post 1914 - 1945, when national socialism and anti-semitism was on the rise - by simply spreading unverified 'libel'. There has been historic attempts to 'erase' or 'vilify' the descendants of the Habsburg lineage (see 'Habsburg Law' April 1914, only in the 80ies being admitted of having been 'inhumane' as 'human rights infringing'. But now some people are passing this 'historic vile' that originated post 1914 into the Nazi regime onto online. By copying without common sense nor critical thinking from 'historic sources' of this 'delicate period' that has been highly 'manipulated' by two war machineries and ideologies.
When I try to put an 'historical spin doctor alert' on these pages I happen to notice, that your Clue Bot Ng sends me automatic messages.
This is the problem of 'open source' and statements been blindly copied. Historical propaganda wrongfully enters now the online domain - so that this malevolent spin repeats itself AGAIN.
What's wikipedia's stance to this? Do you want to repeat the 'pre-era' that led us into WW2 by helping to spread such wrong historical propaganda?
Is that the ethically right thing to do, to post untruth about people that once have shaped European history?
As being one of those people having donated to you repeatedly to keep this site up and running, may I now object such unnoble conduct for being against the 'Online Defamation Law'??