Posted by Lou Pilder on December 11, 2015, at 7:04:44
In reply to Re: doesn't even mean it's not against the rules, posted by Dr. Bob on August 3, 2014, at 10:05:18
> > > I would assume that if something is brought to Dr. Bob's attention and he does nothing that he thought it was not against the rules. But that doesn't mean he agrees with what was said.
> > Right:
> > > The only messages I take responsibility for are my own.
> I should revise that. I might consider something against the rules, yet decide not to intervene. I want to be free to use my judgment. If you would try to accept what I decide and to trust that I'm doing my best to be fair and to do what I think will be good for this community as a whole, I'd really appreciate it.
Do you expect educated readers that know the history of European Fascism where those leaders justified genocide by saying that they were doing what will be good for their country as a whole and to trust them and trust their judgement, to go along with you here?
Do you expect rational readers to accept your justification for leaving anti-Semitic propaganda here to be seen as civil and supportive by you knowing that the justification that you use is the same justification used to have slavery?