So except for the precise wording everything is true?
That, and how you seem to think all the deletion is my fault. The people on WP were already sick of the terrible articles that nobody does anything about. Sure I started getting rid of articles in large numbers, but other people already wanted to do something. I just reminded them they can/should. Also, with "campaign", I think I was describing the Claritas socks back when they still looked like different people. I said such a thing (something I couldn't find the right word to describe and decided on "campain" at some point) was going on, I didn't say I was behind it.
If you weren't embarking on a TTN-esque crusade against Transformers articles, then you shouldn't have mass-nominated more articles than anyone could reasonably source within a week (deletion discussions on WP last seven days, unless there isn't enough input to reach a decision, in which case the debate may be prolonged) and dumped links to the nominations on the talk pages of people you knew would agree and vote to delete the articles.
My point is, while I suppose the wiki community can be blamed for having easily manipulated or bandwagon-y elements, I suspect the Transformers community created this problem itself. I don't think we get to be holier-than-thou to wikipedia on this, because it's probably one of our own crazies who started it.
I don't think it was a po'd Transfan. The amount of sockmasters involved (four, excluding myself) leads me to believe it was kicked off someplace with a high concentration of banned WP users. (NOT Wikipedia Review though, it's not their style and the sockmasters in question don't seem to post there.)