Too often on , people write down replies specifically targeted to the person, and not about the content of the article.
There is a main reason why I along many read the magazine The Economist, it's because
The principle of anonymity is also central to the paper's philosophy. The Economist has no bylines, believing that what is written is more important than who writes it.
A very simply example of this, is my good baldy friend Keld Bach, who loves to tell us about updated 9/11 conspiracies or atrocities made by Jews in the Gaza strip, or war crimes inside Iraq.
Now why is he demonized in just about every of his seeds? Why do so many Newsviners write him off as a nazi who hates jews? Did he write these conspiracy books? Is he the one who called the Prime Minister of Israel and made these allegations?
Have you ever thought at the fact that maybe he's enraged that there's so much madness in the world, and not enough people are speaking out about these events?
Could it be that he is simply acting out of his conscience, that there is simply no way he can let this go until there is peace for everybody?
We have lots and lots of content on . Some of which is simply amazing, some is good, some is decent, some is shit. But I can't make that call. I am not the God of . Neither are you. But what I do expect people to do from now on, is to read an article or a seed without staring at the person who brought you the content.
Read the content. If the content is interesting, then voila, explain where you agree, and add-on to the discussion. If the content is not interesting, then okay, reply and explain why. But quit attacking the person who is doing the seeding. It's childish.
I moved from France to the USA the summer before highschool started (I was 14). Do you have any idea how much shit I had to endure? How many WWII French jokes I've heard?
"...hence the reason why I think these tribal wars should end, too many people have died in this genocide, and everybody is looking away -Zaki Q."
"Hey Zaki, what do you know about wars? You're French! Hahaha..." -Dan P.
Moral of my fucking thread, worry about the content, not the person.
Zaki Q. here, reporting for the Frenzy Report, hoping the Middle East calms down a little so he can take his trip in September.