Posted by Lou Pilder on August 14, 2006, at 22:12:04
It is written here that there is a sugesstion that [...if I do not like the rules...leave...].
But I say to you that want the rule that says that I will be expelled from the forum if I was to ask Dr. Hsiung to make a determination in his thinking as to if a statement has the potential to arrouse antisemitic feelings,posted by those that I have already been told by Dr. Hsiung that 3 of those posts by that person were acceptable in his thinking. Is that rule supportive? Is it civil?
I have a catalog of posts that are on the boards now that defame Jews and me as a Jew that the administration at this time is unwilling to sanction. Some are years old, some are showing at this moment. I can not post these posts with the new rule made shortly before the block of me would run out.
I ask you, why do you think would the adminstration whose goals are support and education want to leave posts unsanctioned that could foster defamation toward Jews and me as a Jew on the forum, even when I request that they be sanctioned? Is there not Dr. Hsiung writing that he does in his thinking what will be good for the community as a whole? And are not some people here by that statement possibly led to believe that by leaving those statements unsanctioned that he is doing what in his thinking will be good for the community as a whole? I ask you, where on this earth is there where it is good for the community as a whole to let staements that defame Jews remain unsanctioned when the rules prohibit the posting of what could lead one to feel accused or put down or that the statement in question is not sensitive to the feelings of others or the statement not respecting the views of others or accuses.
You say that you do not see them? They are plainly visible and if you would like to have a catalog of them, you can have them from me at