Note to Jake. Based on the continuing ramblings of your cub reporter, the person who writes this blogpost, will need to understand the cultural differences between en.wiki, Commons, and wikinews. Failure to do so, will result in some easy comebacks from the movement insiders who will turn out to defend your targets, and a furtherance of the widely held view that Wikipediocracy is not so much an independent critic site, but platform utilized by those Wikipedians who think themselves above their sister projects and want an external means to give voice to their hate. Chief among them of course, your boy Fram. Ooops! I assume it's already too late to cancel his contract, right? You're stuck with him now.
Vigilant is not that man, clearly. He knows dick all about any of this stuff, and seems to simply assume what flies on en.wiki, is accepted everywhere. I did explain a bit about wikinews accreditation when this came up weeks ago, albeit to mock you ignorant fools, but I fear he was too busy with the bag over his head and his winky in his hand to notice.
Oh, and I know you lot like to get confused and actually sometimes even believe some of the bullshit you talk about people you think you're safe from, but if you go back and check your records, I am that man. Pays to know your subject. A spell in the priory, or living in a log cabin crying about Trump, that's obviously not gonna do you boys any good in terms of staying current and keeping your licenses to practice, but I doubt even that's the reason you fuckers are so obviously behind the curve. Nope, you're just all in with the en.wiki douches. All the way in. As in right to the bottom of the shaft.
Sucks to be you.
No in-house talent, no friends who'll give you pointers just because it would be the nice thing to do, and absolutely no fucking idea what you're doing.