Requests for comment/Chinese Wikipedia Administrators and Bureaucrats massive abuse/While we are talking User:AT is still doing it

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The following request for comments is closed. See Requests for comment/Chinese Wikipedia Administrators and Bureaucrats massive abuse — regards, Revi 14:48, 15 August 2018 (UTC)

While we are talking about this RFC, User:AT is still doing it.

In June 3, in this deletion review about "list of people from Busan city"[1], User:AT claims according to related consensus this list should be deleted. But User:AT is the one deleted this list and User:AT is the one bring out the so called "consensus" some days ago. In May, User:AT made a suggestion about "list of people ", days later he use his administrator power made his own suggestion a guideline in zhwiki. The so called "consensus" and infact a guideline now in zhwiki is actually just User:AT's personal opinion. You may wonder did anyone post different or against options in this disscusstion before User:AT made it into a guideline? The answer is NO. Now User:AT is using "consensus" he called and guideline he made to delete "list of people " articles he didn't like. [2],[3],[4]

So forgive my word, clearly User:AT did not give a fuck about this RFC in metawiki. He did not care to explain what he did and why he did. And he is still doing it to other people.

After my 38 articles was forced deleted by User:AT, and I got blocked for 6 months, just yesterday, as an administrator and a bureaucrat, User:AT left a grave dancing comment on my talk page, [5]says I was chosen by him as "people of the year".

--Jasonnn~zhwiki (talk) 09:32, 11 June 2018 (UTC)

Advice for you: If you want to make things clear, please talk about only facts and use plain and short sentences. There are seemingly lots of grammar mistakes, which make your English hard to understand. --Inufuusen (talk) 16:07, 11 August 2018 (UTC)