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GUEST,Martin Gibson BS: Mudcat censorship anti-semetic threads (56* d) BS: Mudcat censorship anti-semetic threads 05 Nov 05

It has come to my attention that virtually every thread posted on Mudcat in the last 2 years dealing with very real anti-Israel/anti-Jewish/anti-semetic discussions of accusing or presenting articles of the far-left's support of these topics has been closed by Mudcat, never to be re-opened.

Why is that? Is it just the bad press calling out the far-left on their anti-Israel/Pro palestinian/Arab support on a far-left web site?

The Jewish press is starting to figure it out more and more, it seems.

Soon I will be posting more articles.

    It has to do with whether the discussion is civil or not, Martin. So far, you haven't learned the protocols of civil discussion. Keep working on it. Maybe you'll learn.
    If you call people names and make demeaning sexual remarks about them, that's not considered intelligent or civil discussion. Stick to the subject of the discussion and don't make personal attacks, and maybe I won't have to delete most of your posts. As it is now, you go on 100 percent review every time I receive a complaint about you, and the review continues until you settle down.
    -Joe Offer-

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