44511
45707

Acceptable Behaviour and Political Leanings

Social, economic and environmental issues in our ever-changing world.

Re: Acceptable Behaviour and Political Leanings

Postby f/22 » Aug 28th, 2017, 1:42 pm

Am I still bitter about it? You bet.
And this kind of thing is the original topic of this thread.
That's why I joined in to contribute.
I've been studying up and reading books on the subject of "Acceptable Behaviour and Political Leanings" ever since it happened.
Also, Glacier, I betca' both of us could find a less inflaming but just as fiery video on the left-wing and Post Modernism by our mutual hero, Jordan Peterson.

Lady tehMa likes this post.
f/22
Board Meister
 
Posts: 440
Likes: 104 posts
Liked in: 142 posts
Joined: Mar 21st, 2017, 11:40 am

Re: Acceptable Behaviour and Political Leanings

Postby f/22 » Aug 28th, 2017, 5:29 pm

Speaking of racism again, I find this interesting.

“Working to foster a more inclusive Alberta”

https://www.alberta.ca/inclusive-alberta.aspx

The survey:

https://alberta.formstack.com/forms/div ... _inclusion
f/22
Board Meister
 
Posts: 440
Likes: 104 posts
Liked in: 142 posts
Joined: Mar 21st, 2017, 11:40 am

Re: Acceptable Behaviour and Political Leanings

Postby f/22 » Aug 29th, 2017, 1:57 pm

A couple of things left over from my posts yesterday:

I’ve seen threads posted here that have appeared on Google.

Also I’ve seen this forum (in part) occasionally archived on the Wayback Machine.

http://web.archive.org/web/201707301754 ... tanet.net/

In my understanding, this forum in whole is not, nor is any person who posts here immune from liability—not even in the Bickering Room.

Rules for the Bickering Room (My bolds)

viewtopic.php?f=84&t=59851

The Bickering Room is a free-for-all public forum.

It is up to each individual to decide whether they want to read or participate in this forum. Our assumption is that you are capable of staying away if it is offensive to you.

Bickering Rules:

Do not complain about the content of this area unless one of the (few) rules below are broken. If you are not actually participating in this forum, do not report anything unless a post refers to you personally in a way that breaks the rules below.

While this is a relatively unmoderated area, it is not completely so. Certain rules do apply[/b]:

There will be no taunting/discussing/baiting of members who do not participate in this area. Leave them alone.

Complaints about moderator decisions here or elsewhere on the board are not permitted.

No 'real time' threats.

Avoid potentially libelous comments - if you're not sure, ask us.

Do not bring the behavior here out onto the main board. Ever.



After I contacted the mods about my problems with the thread that I'm talking about, we went over the thread with a fine tooth comb and removed anything that was deemed as questionable behaviour according to the rules of the main forum.

My final recommendation to the mods was that, because the rules are ‘more relaxed’ or ‘different’ in the Bickering Room than on the main forum, threads that are started on the main forum should not be moved to the Bickering Room without the OP’s consent.

I was assured that that recommendation would be considered and the thread was then moved back onto the main forum as I also requested.

Now for the sake of our impartial observer, Lady tehMa, I hope this thread will continue.

2 people like this post.
f/22
Board Meister
 
Posts: 440
Likes: 104 posts
Liked in: 142 posts
Joined: Mar 21st, 2017, 11:40 am

Re: Acceptable Behaviour and Political Leanings

Postby f/22 » Aug 30th, 2017, 7:18 am

I was searching for middle ground stories . . ..

Rappler

School bans Muslim students from using veil, triggers outcry
Pilar College in Zamboanga City incurs the ire of officials and residents for its ban on the use of the Islamic veil

http://www.rappler.com/nation/9544-scho ... s-protests

Amir Mawallil

Published 5:00 PM, July 31, 2012
Updated 5:00 PM, July 31, 2012


And then . . ..

Rappler

Published on Sep 16, 2012

Why did Pilar College lift its ban on the Muslim veil called the 'hijab'? Jesuit priest Albert Alejo, who joined dialogues on the issue, explains this to Rappler.



"I suggest that we can profit [sic] if we distinguish between position and values . . .."

About Rappler

https://www.rappler.com/about-rappler/a ... ut-rappler

rustled likes this post.
f/22
Board Meister
 
Posts: 440
Likes: 104 posts
Liked in: 142 posts
Joined: Mar 21st, 2017, 11:40 am

Previous

Return to Social Concerns

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: LANDM and 9 guests