The reaction?There is a pattern of incivility and he just seems to be doubling down on his attacks on admins who enforce the sanctions. A longer block, atleast 1 month or 3 months is in order.
"Literally no reason." the hilarious thing is, the only reason an asshole even dares say this, dares to claim things that have been shown to be untrue inches above his comment, with diffs, is because he knows he can get away with it. No blocks for misrepresentation in Wikipedia, much less wilful assholery, not even on the Administrator board. This prick is of course a close ally of Malik. You're shocked, I know.oppose - literally no reason for a proposal like this. Malik has a problem with a specific user, that problem should be discussed and worked it out, ideally between the two of them. Something that is not part of the solution is a third party going through a user talk page for reasons that escape me to report an attack on somebody else entirely. Sanstein is a grown up, if he feels attacked he can say so. But, again, ideally this is worked out with a discussion, not a rather absurd length of a block for a comment on a user talk page. nableezy - 19:19, 30 August 2018 (UTC)
Whatever the fuck this is......
Asking for a longer block makes perfect sense, since the current one is for a single incident with no apparent regard for the user's long record of the same. Not to mention OSWAH SPECIFICALLY SAID OTHERS SHOULD LOOK INTO IT. The proposer looked into it. He's asking you pricks to do something. He asked for a longer block, not a topic ban, or a community ban. He said it in plain English. Dumbass.Comment. I do not think we have such entity as a "community imposed block". If you want to propose a community ban or a community imposed topic ban, you should start the discussion accordingly. If you find Oshwah's action inappropriate you should go to WP:AN and ask uninvolved admin to review the block. But voting for a longer (or, for that matter, shorter) block does not make sense.--Ymblanter (talk) 19:40, 30 August 2018 (UTC)
Another so called Administrator....
What the fuck does this even mean? Back when? I think people deserve to know why Malik is getting away with murder here. Admin accountability and all that.Let's wait to see what happens in 3 days first. I'd like to extend more than a little grace to someone who wasn't shown any real grace back when he really needed it. --Floquenbeam (talk) 21:14, 30 August 2018 (UTC)
Agreed. ~Oshwah~(talk) (contribs) 00:12, 31 August 2018 (UTC)
Wikipedia's Administration clearly doesn't want to know about harassment of one of its own. And it certainly doesn't want to know about their policy of escalating blocks in the face of persistent misbehaviour which is not acknowledged, much less regretted.
They want to wait and see what Malik will do when his block expires. I have a suggestion. HAVE A LOOK AT THE EVIDENCE. Plenty there to show you there is absolve no reason to believe Malik's behaviour will change this time around.
They even do nothing when the person subject to gross abuse, is told by the abuser's friend he is supposed to work it out one on one. As if he doesn't already know that would simply lead to more abuse. Malik doesn't simply have a problem with Sandstein, he would happily kill him, I am sure. He's a mental case.
Malik is a victim, Sandstein is an asshole? Welcome to bizarro-world.
Wikipedia is a joke.