Dalibor Svoboda Posted March 16, 2004 Share Posted March 16, 2004 (edited) The problem this forum do face is that it doesn’t allows attacks against the opinions which represent the political correct and also today’s accepted views. If you think that high taxation is good or that the Palestinians are treated very very badly or that Kelly is the absolutely best candidate in the approaching election or that the Madrid bombing is a reminder for all of us that the Iraq war is very very bad for the future of the mankind you are the accepted member of this forum. But if you fight at this Education Forum for a quite different view, a view which is uncommon to the large constituency of this forum you have to be prepared to receive the answers like this: "What a caricature you are. You must be in a museum... " , JP Raud Dugal, Mar 14, 2004 or “Are you sure that your presence on the list is necesseray and brings something to the debate? The thing you are saying are so miserable that if it’s not you, I will leave the list soon. Hope to never hear from you.” , JP Raud Dugal, Mar 15, 2004 I´m very dissatisfied by these facts. I personally received much more intellectual stimulation and a greater enjoyment when reading Alma’s contributions than when reading the dominating debaters who seems to go straight from morning newspapers to the debate on this forum carrying with them the “thoughts of the day”. Are we keen on understanding the complicated situation of world politics with the help of open minded debates or are we only striving for consensus of a “happy socialist (or liberal) brothers”? Is this a society of self admiring participants or is this a debate forum of fiercely debating combatants trying to find the truths? Edited March 16, 2004 by Dalibor Svoboda Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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