Hi, I've blocked your account indefinitely here. Meta isn't the place to re-hash issues from other wikis, your comments on talk pages have been entirely unacceptable, and I doubt you will ever have a legitimate, good-faith reason to be editing on Meta. Please use the established processes for requesting an unblock on enwiki; i.e. UTRS and ArbCom. Thanks, – Ajraddatz (talk) 21:14, 4 October 2020 (UTC)
Are you retarded or what? UTRS is rejecting my appeal, and you are not authoriaed or even entitled to solicit my email address as a condition of resolving a simple issue of David Gerard making an INVOLVED block on a bogus charge of sock-puppetry and in the process abusing his powers of talk page locking to prevent a transparent local appeal of his local abuse of local powers. None of this involves private information. If you are unclear about this issue of the improper use of email solicitation as a means of control and intimidation, seek clarification from the Ombudsman.
Using Meta so that I do not have to create a sock-puppet to raise these issues on en.wiki is a good faith response to what has already been a horrendous abuse of power by the local Administration of en.wiki. I have a legitimate complaint, you probably already recognise that, and the best evidence that this is the case, is the fact absolutely nobody from en.wiki is prepared to put their head on the block and stand behind what David Gerard has done. Absolutely nobody.
I do not expect a Steward to be so utterly ignorant of the basic legal framework these projects operate under. You are an utter disgrace.
I am taking your deliberately obstructive action here as a green light to create a sock-puppet on en.wiki to lodge this appeal. If you don't like that, you can explain yourself there. Good luck. Bernard Griffin (talk) 23:02, 4 October 2020 (UTC)