Thursday, July 26, 2012

Comment Moderation

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You single out any and all Jews for blame. If an individual who happens to be Jewish engages in negative stereotyping, by all means please feel free to talk about that. But please refrain from posting messages that single out Jews as a group as responsible for Polonia's problems. This position is indefensible and it is abhorrent, and this blog has taken a stand against it. There is no need to continue to debate repeated posts that attempt to stir up anti-Semitism. Doing so is not to Polonia's benefit. To defeat Bieganski, we must stop blaming the Jews and start working on the matters outlined in the three-part blog post devoted to the Crisis in Polonian Leadership, Organization, and Vision.

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3 comments:

  1. sorry for posting in the wrong place to begin with (just read it and don't have it posted ;-))...I just wanted to point to s.th that has began to bother,namely the way f.e Poland is portrayed by certain minorities who,at some point in time discriminated against (like Afro-British Campbell in Britain or homosexuals) as hell on earth (interestingly, homosexuals don't care about African or Arab countries.at all. and Blacks don't even care about a Black being voted into the Sejm.or the low rate of rascist crime in Poland)- this is strange.Im wondering if the persecuted have become perpetrators? Perhaps You can make s.th out of this idea-like,I don't know, if f.e formerly persecuted groups can use the Bieganski/Bohunk stereotype to boost their newly found egos?

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  2. Hanna, you mention selective outrage.

    Politically Correct people claim that they care about injustice. In fact they say virtually nothing about much injustice. One big example: Gender Apartheid in Muslim countries.

    Their selective outrage reveals that they really don't care about injustice. They just want to highlight injustice selectively in a way that they hope will damage their enemy of choice: Western Civilization and the Judeo-Christian tradition.

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Comments are moderated.
Your comment is more likely to be posted if:
Your comment includes a real first and last name.
Your comment uses Standard English spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
Your comment uses I-statements rather than You-statements.
Your comment states a position based on facts, rather than on ad hominem material.
Your comment includes readily verifiable factual material, rather than speculation that veers wildly away from established facts.
T'he full meaning of your comment is clear to the comment moderator the first time he or she glances over it.
You comment is less likely to be posted if:
You do not include a first and last name.
Your comment is not in Standard English, with enough errors in spelling, punctuation and grammar to make the comment's meaning difficult to discern.
Your comment includes ad hominem statements, or You-statements.
You have previously posted, or attempted to post, in an inappropriate manner.
You keep repeating the same things over and over and over again.