Desire posting guidelines

Discussion in 'Iran' started by Unregistered, Jun 23, 2009.

  1. I've noticed that most posts advocating fighting back, whether using clubs or denial-of-service attacks, get deleted (mine) or moved to "Off-Topic". Why is this?

    If you have a policy that this forum should advocate nothing but non-violence and actions that are legal in some arbitrarily-chosen country (obviously not Iran), please state that somewhere.
  2. Sol Mann Member

    It says it in virtually every forum as an announcement.

    The fact that you lack common sense isn't our fault.
  3. In fact, it doesn't. The welcome for this forum, for example, says:

    Furthermore, there is nothing commonsense about banning discussion of whether people who are being attacked should use violence. Quite the opposite. Nonviolent opposition may be effective, but it isn't common sense.

    Remember that the entire purpose of this board is to help people in Iran break the law. If you want to observe some country's laws, you at least have to say which country's laws!
  4. SanguineRose Member

    Violence is never the answer or should be used. It leads to senseless deaths.

    Iran has broken it's own laws.

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