, the thread where some of us was sharing our concerns about the Constitution's draft have been suddenly closed.
As we're users , not citizens , I'm sure she have all the rights to close our thread (the same as she'll have the rights to close this thread too, to ban me and all the other, or even this, thread's participants).
Does it means that, if any user wish to write about any topic which is even vaguely identified as " about the Constitution " will be forced to do that into the "right" thread?
Does it means the " top floor " don't likes all the speculations we was doing (maybe they was too much true, who knows?), under the Sun's light and opened to all for comments, so they, instead of interacting with us (maybe to give some... mmm... here I've to place kind of A-word , as I can't write " answer " into a public forum for sure).
As @petrv correctly stated, psychology of the masses and neurolinguistic programming asks for:
- " silence from the top " (unless closing threads or banning users becomes a need)
- clean out the possible opposition " by their (our) disgust and the feeling of helplessness"
So, my dear officials, administrators and even moderators: you'll have just to
I've to leave, and I'll do, as I'm not used to stay where I'm not wanted.
Alternatively, you can (cowardly) ban me and delete this thread: it will be the same, to me, as I'm able to read " between lines "... if that can be said. ;-)
To avoid misunderstandings, I've to specify and clearly state we , that thread's participants
- didn't ask the moderators to collect our concerns or suggestions in any way, to copy/forward them into " the right thread ".
- are more than able to open that thread and to write there whatever concern and suggestion we wish it will be written there , with no doubt .
Thank you for understanding,