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Who gave you permission to put me on this category? Is this some kind of profiling? --Aryamehr Flag of Iran talk 14:33, 9 July 2008 (BST)

I think he did it right: you are againts Dioism, and that's objective IMHO --MiniBill Italian in the deep core chat with me 14:37, 9 July 2008 (BST)
I can't remember officially saying I am against it right? I just said that their so called book does not represent the history of Erepublik. --Aryamehr Flag of Iran talk 14:48, 9 July 2008 (BST)
Belea suggested that we make a list of people who either support or oppose The Book of Dio, and this is the best way to do it.
And no, it's not intended to be 'some kind of profiling'. --AgentChieftain Flag of the Crescent and Star T / H / E 14:53, 9 July 2008 (BST)
I agree with Aryamehr on this one.
Diosts - you can add them freely I think, because you know them better.
Non-Dioist - if some declares other religion that Dioism, then his name goes in this category
Anti-Dioists - also someone must declare it publicly. Kartalon is a very good example: in this article it is very clear that it disapproves Dioism.
I added also the article to the category. I think it would be nice that for arguable ideas (like this one: who is/isn't a Dioist) to have also the reference to support the idea.
--Belea2008 Hail eSouth Africa! chew the fat 18:24, 9 July 2008 (BST)
I suppose you're right, on the condition that others may freely add themselves without making a declaration.
Also, I think that information on Kartalon would be better suited in an article on Anti-Dioism, rather than in this category. --AgentChieftain Flag of the Crescent and Star T / H / E 18:29, 9 July 2008 (BST)
Nice idea... go for it! :) --Belea2008 Hail eSouth Africa! chew the fat 19:01, 9 July 2008 (BST)
On another note, I think Aryamehr has made it pretty clear that he opposes The Book, since he vandalized four pages of it (1, 2, 3, 4).
--AgentChieftain Flag of the Crescent and Star T / H / E 18:45, 9 July 2008 (BST)
Let's assume I am Anti-Dioists, I am still not going to let you add my name there :) --Aryamehr Flag of Iran talk 18:48, 9 July 2008 (BST)
I think it is not the only one who would like to change some parts of the Book.... =)) --Belea2008 Hail eSouth Africa! chew the fat 19:02, 9 July 2008 (BST)

It looks like my countrymen have reopened this issue, as they strongly believe that Aryamehr is an Anti-Dioist. Might we have another look at a possible compromise? --AgentChieftain Flag of the Crescent and Star T / H / E 03:26, 11 August 2008 (BST)

"Dioism is the state religion in the Holy Empire of Pakistan. It is the belief that the God Emperor of Pakistan, Dio Brando, created the world and all the laws behind it." (definition of Dioism)
"Citizens who are against the teachings of The Book of Dio." (definition of Anti-Dioists)
"Citizens who follow the teachings of The Book of Dio." (definition of Dioists)
"The Book of Dio is the holy text of the religion of Dioism, the state religion of the Holy Empire of Pakistan. It is the official chronicle of the adventures of Dio Brando. " ("definition" of the Book of Dio)
1. In what Dioists believe? In the fact that "Dio Brando, created the world and all the laws behind it." or in "the teachings of The Book of Dio."
2. Answer A: "Dio Brando, created the world and all the laws behind it." - that means that the rest of the chapters of the Book are not that important (Dioism is only about Chapter 1 of the Book).
3. Answer B: "the teachings of The Book of Dio." - that means that the definition of Dioism is incorrect.
I opened this issue here, because you cannot define/categorize Anti-Dioist until you don't clarify what in what Dioists think.
I don't know what Falcon is doing, but it looks like he did not do such a good job as Holy Prophet of Dioism. I mean.... look at the two "bold" definitions. In what do you believe?
--Belea2008 Hail eSouth Africa! chew the fat 04:13, 11 August 2008 (BST)
Worship of Dio Brando and following the Book of Dio go hand in hand. You can't worship Dio without acknowledging every word of the Book. Similarly you wouldn't find a Christian who doesn't acknowledge the Bible (or at least the New Testament or their own interpretation of it) and a Christian could be defined as "one who believes that the Abrahamic God sent his son, Jesus Christ, down to Earth" or "one who follows the teachings of Jesus Christ, whom they believe to be the son of God, as written in the New Testament." --Parsley Magnet 04:49, 11 August 2008 (BST)
Alright, I'll clarify the definition. Before I start my editing, I can safely that the definition is both A and B (Answer A is included within Answer B) combined. Also, Falc didn't do any of the writing. --AgentChieftain Flag of the Crescent and Star T / H / E 05:03, 11 August 2008 (BST)