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Hello! Thanks for your contributions to the ROCOR article, but they're not in keeping with the OrthodoxWiki Style Manual, most specifically the Mainstream Chalcedonian Bias. HOCNA's version of events (which seems to be what's guiding your edits) generally falls outside that mainstream, as I'm sure you're aware. Please follow the site's policies. Thank you! —Fr. Andrew talk contribs 20:55, December 12, 2007 (PST)
Thank you for your note, however you are not correct. There has never been any allegation that HOCNA left the greek archdiocese due to sexual scandal. While a sexual scadal has been alleged against HOCNA while they were part of ROCOR, there is no support for that which Fr. John is posting. His post is not footnoted or supported.
My second edit, referencing that the current patriarch was a KGB agaent is supported by a front page Wall Street Journal article, which I linked. Hiding from that truth, does not undo the truth.
If Fr. John can support his allegation in the first instance, then so be it. He cannot, and therefore did not reference a source. If Fr. John is upset that ROCOR's chief bishop was a government agent, that does not change the fact that it was reported and documented in a mainstream newspaper.
I stand by the edits.
- Your edits have again been reverted. Please don't add them again, or your account will be blocked from editing for a time. If you wish to discuss the article before making new edits (which is highly recommended, especially for controversial subjects), please do so on its talk page. (Regarding the allegations against Patr. Alexei II, it's not really relevant to this article but could be addressed in the article on the patriarch.) —Fr. Andrew talk contribs 07:59, December 13, 2007 (PST)