Far right or far left.........it is true you can not have many of such characters in any forum/organization as it becomes difficult to respond/control such Monkey brigade., but having few.... interacting and educating them will immensely help the society in a long run as they too are smart enough to look at other side of the picture...
I was talking specifically about what I saw on the CEMB website, but other websites have the right to restrict the far-left if that's what they want.
but why worry about far right and far-left in CEMB forum? any example from CEMB forum??
sat yeezevee....... is he far right? or far left?? Is he right of AGWD?? or left of AGWD?? lol...
well AGWD I am of the opinion CEMB has plenty of intelligent thoughtful folks who have the ability to counter what you saw on the CEMB website
Now as far as restrictions on other websites in comparison with CEMB is concerned CEMB also restricts .. does it not?? for e.g. do you know I can not write in to all the folders of CEMB forum?
Restriction are like double edged sword.,they are good and bad., Often total restriction of certain group folks can make a forum unpopular and even end it.. I have seen that ., CEMB forum does have safe/restricted places/folders., But I still did not understand your point of view in its totality
on this issue.. for e.g. here
.....such as racial injustice,
.... LGBT issues
...or mental health ...
often exclude individuals who are bigoted people within these circles, and that's because these individuals tend to lack empathy, so members would have a harder time with expressing their issues.
An example is how universities and their societies operate; the majority of them are probably what you would call safe spaces. I enjoyed being a member of various societies at uni but as far as some people were concerned the whole university was a safe space and should exclude certain unpleasant individuals. Should it be though? To what extent should a safe space exist?
[/quote]don't you think those three are entirely different issues, and the two . LGBT issues
...or mental health.... way far away from the aims and goals of CEMB forum .. let us discuss bit more detail..
with best wishes