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There is no proof this text was written by the JDL, or the JDL even had just something to dit with it. If it is not the work of the JDL it has nothing to do at the article of JDL. Everyone can write JDL on a wall with some racist texts above it. Probably the work of opponents of JDL. If you add it to the article like you want to do, the reader will see it as the work of the JDL. Which it most likely is not; i.e. there is no proof it is.
I can write some terrible racist stuff about black people on the wall and then sign it with "George W. Bush", make a pic of it and add it to the article about George W. Bush. That would, of course, not be accepted. Here happens the same. There is no proof at all that the JDL wrote this racist text, so one cannot link it to the JDL, neither in a quasi 'subtile' way. SwedishSven (talk) 16:18, 22 January 2011 (UTC)
The picture is signed JDL and that's what the caption says. You have been removing this picture on all Wikis around the world under the user names SwedischSven and Istochleukzonnaam. In Sweden you have already been blocked for this. Please stop your vandalism and sockpuppetery. Whaledad (talk) 17:45, 22 January 2011 (UTC)
Respond to the arguments or don't respond at all please. SwedishSven (talk) 17:58, 22 January 2011 (UTC)
I am Kim's niece.I created her articel.She is not notable,and I have a conflict of interest.But i don't care love marie.
Hi. If she is not notable then the article should be deleted. The fact that there is a conflict of interest is secondary to this, but also a reason for deletion if you can't stay neutral to the article. -- Tegel (talk) 16:26, 22 January 2012 (UTC)
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