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Admin:
I have just warned a member that incitement is contrary to the good spirit in which this forum operates.  Comments posted on threads which amount to thinly veiled criticisms of this forum and those of us who run it will be treated with the contempt that they deserve.  Any member making such a comment should consider their position very carefully.

Admin

Miss Taken Identity:

--- Quote from: Admin on June 11, 2017, 01:39:18 PM ---I have just warned a member that incitement is contrary to the good spirit in which this forum operates.  Comments posted on threads which amount to thinly veiled criticisms of this forum and those of us who run it will be treated with the contempt that they deserve.  Any member making such a comment should consider their position very carefully.

Admin

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Can you please clarify...

Does this include feedback? are you suggesting any feedback about issues affecting our posts should be done privately?

John:

--- Quote from: Admin on June 11, 2017, 01:39:18 PM ---I have just warned a member that incitement is contrary to the good spirit in which this forum operates.  Comments posted on threads which amount to thinly veiled criticisms of this forum and those of us who run it will be treated with the contempt that they deserve.  Any member making such a comment should consider their position very carefully.

Admin

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History has shown us that there are some who would like to see these debates shut down and the forum as it now exists has had to adapt and change on several occasions in order to defeat those attacks. I will always support freedom of speech but with it comes responsibility too.

The forum has operated extremely smoothly and indeed amicably over the last week and if necessary I will impose permanent sanctions on any member who attempts to undermine that stability.  There will be NO APPEAL!

robo:
Hello Every Forum Member,
In my opinion, this is a sensible warning note and good but incomplete rules.
The world wide web is governed -not only by UK laws-but by international treaties and conventions. Also
as an adide, I know that police in certain internet projects- spend their time trawling and reading through forums etc.... We are all concerned that justice must be served fairly and in accordance with international human rights and we have much hard work to cover- so best to "stick to the knitting", as they say (in management 'speak').

Brancher:
I agree that inappropriate criticism of moderation is wrong, but what about when the criticism is well-founded and highlights a human weakness of some moderators?

This Forum is clearly pro-guilt and is deliberately allowing an abusive poster to continue simply because that poster's views align with those of most of the moderators.

What if a pro-Bamber poster behaved the same way?  I am sure this would not be tolerated.

Bias is a human weakness.  One of my posts about the moderator evidence still hasn't appeared because the moderator 'on duty' is anti-Bamber.  This same moderator is taking it upon herself to edit my posts before they appear.

Some posters here focus on Bamber's mundane quirks and habits after the murders, such as making a hearty breakfast or acting out at the funeral or going on holiday or selling personal items or putting a dog down, etc., etc..  None of this is evidence that he killed anybody.

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