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I am not sure if anybody is going to read this, but let me ask anyway. Would it be ok for me to list people that were called defeatist at some point? Or would it be too politicized? --Dejan Cabrilo 17:48, 28 Sep 2004 (UTC)
Sounds good, but how will they be chosen? Defeatists called such by the media, or from another source?
Well, I don't know. E.g. Daniil Kharms was sentenced for being a defeatist. Some are calling Sharon a defeatist. I mean, media can call anyone a defeatist, so if we are listing names, let's just use examples of people who were proclaimed to be defeatists with some consequence following. --Dejan Cabrilo 00:48, 24 Mar 2005 (UTC)
Making an actual list or naming notable people who have been dubbed, categorized, or is "known" for being defeatists, would be extremely political and non-neutral. Jonas Vinther (talk) 17:13, 14 April 2014 (UTC)