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    Posted: 21-Jun-2008 at 13:10
He has been warned before: http://allempires.net/forum_posts.asp?TID=22605 - still he continued to post in the same manner and was continuously offensive to other forum members. Continuously disregarding other forum members opinions, copy/pasting imaginary views of history from discredited sites, not participating in constructive discussion and -last but not least- for failing to engage in any educated discussion with any forum member.
This was one of the few occasions where the moderators unanimously found one guilty of trolling:
  3. Trolling; Trolling is the act of posting witty, response-provoking comments that appear relevant in order to disrupt the discussion, annoy or create attention. Trolling can also be considered as Spam, inflammatory remarks, or annoyance.
as well as:
  6. Nationalism and the belittlement of religious groups; derogatory remarks to religious, national or ethnic groups and members, jingoism, bigotry, racism, political propaganda. (see appendix below)
  8. Negative attitude; tone of confrontation, annoyance, or contempt; disrespectful toward other members.
While we're all interested to provoke open discussion and exchange of ideas in the forum, we will not allow this to happen in the expense of common sense, scientific evidence and primary sources, open mindness and respect for the opinion of the other members of the forum, which is shown by addressing their arguments instead of copy/pasting one's opinion over and over again without any sign of being even slightly moved by the arguments of others.
The basis of a democratic state is liberty. Aristotle, Politics

Those that can give up essential liberty to obtain a temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety. Benjamin Franklin
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