posted on Jan, 17 2008 @ 04:08 PM
I have a legitimate complaint I should have expressed here a few weeks ago. We have posters deliberately making all attempts to deflect from and
disrupt topics. They enter in with no self-evident science knowledge or any study related to 9/11/2001. They relentlessly badger for sources, which
have already been posted in many topics, and which validly support the points of argument of those refuting the "official" reports.
Yet, when validation is requested of our opposition, they refuse to provide it. Instead, relying on the illogic of the "official" reports, red
herring and ad hominem to deliberately frustrate other posters. When those other posters, being only as human as anyone else, rebel, those seriously
attempting to sort their way through all the illogic of the "official" reports retort as they normally are not inclined to do.
I realize moderators cannnot be responsible for every post of every discussion taking place. But neither can reasonable people be expected to take
the worthless, deliberate incessant badgering, of unreasonable people, and do nothing. That is bordering on taking away our rights of free expression
to defend ourselves. Reasonable people do not desire to become unreasonable unless forced to do so. We have a right to defend ourselves as much
Loathing flame wars as I do, I have no intention of engaging in flame wars. At the same time, I do have intentions of expressing my distaste of the
worthless antics of unreasonable people when directed at me or others. If it continues, I have every intention of reporting every incident in the
future, until the behavior of unreasonable people is either drastically curtailed or desisted.
If moderators currently have no consensus on how they wish reasonable people to handle deliberate deflection disruption, could they please at this
time form a consensus, and recommend exactly how reasonable people should handle such worthless bahavior, while staying in compliance with the rules
and standards of these forums? Thank you, in advance, for your joint consideration of my request.