Posted by Lou Pilder on August 16, 2006, at 10:18:24
In reply to You're not comparing apples to apples. » Lou Pilder, posted by crazy teresa on August 15, 2006, at 6:42:56
You wrote,[...the oppression to a group of people does not compare to following the rules on Babble...]
The oppression of a group of people can start with the oppression of just one of those people in that group.
What I am wanting dialog about here is as to the rules being
B. applied equally.
The rules here stress that one is not to post what could lead another to feel accused or put down or to post what could be insensitive to another, or to put down those of other faiths. If there are statements that lead me as a Jew here to feel accused or put down, and those statements are not sanctioned as other statements are in the same fashion, then I feel put down by the nature that the administration is unwilling to apply equally their own rules
In the case at hand, are there not statements that accuse the Jews of killing Christ and are not sanctioned as other statements that accuse someone here? Can I not exercise due diligence to stop this from being fostered on this forum by the nature that since those type of statements are not sanctioned as others are that accuse, that others could be led to think that those statements are civil?