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Sunday, 6 July 2014

RIP 'Your Comment Is Awaiting Moderation'

Well, we had a good run. Sadly, the days of taking screenshots of comments "awaiting moderation" are over.

We've obviously been getting to the bigot Bill Muehlenberg, by keeping a catalogue of pending comments he censored, so much that he's changed the way comments are posted on his blog.

This blog has a litany of comments from myself and others that were "awaiting moderation" before Bill censored them out of existence. The only way they were ever seen by any wider audience was by taking screen grabs and posting them up as images here.

Bill relies on censorship to peddle his lies, and will never debate on an open playing field, so it was only a matter of time before he changed the settings so that screenshots of comments disagreeing with him became a thing of the past.

Thankfully, the archive of this blog still holds plenty of examples of comments that exposed the lies, propaganda and bigotry of Muehlenberg that never saw the light of day on Culturewatch.

We will just have to take screen grabs of the raw text instead.

Truth will out, Bill. Even if you try to hide behind your lies for the rest of your days. Good try, though!

12 comments:

  1. Join the club. Any comments I attempt to post have instantly vanished for quite some time now. I think that means he has you on his list of banned commenters.

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    1. Bill has admitted to a "three strikes and you're out" policy on commenters. This means that he graciously allows you three opportunities to agree with his every word. If there's any evidence after that that you still have a mind of your own then you are blacklisted forever more. All part of his carefully-controlled censorship.

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  2. Would you rather go into a hospice or you can get raped to death. Which do you pick?

    I'd get raped. At least it'd take less than six months or a year.

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  3. How CS Lewis should have died.

    If you've read The Problem of Pain, you'll probably agree with me.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9EQS-XoaNE

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  4. While you're discussing comment moderation, I thought I'd check to see if you received my most recent comments on your blog.

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    1. What are you saying about lesbian couples who show one another affection, Ross? How should people look at them?

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  5. What comments are those, Ross? What about your recent comment on CultureWatch?

    This lot’s incessant harping on about prejudice and discrimination wears a bit thin with me. Why is it that people find the sight of two lesbians tongue kissing each other at a tram stop less confronting than my stroke victim brother who walks with a limp?

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  6. I've seen how people look at my stroke victim brother, pretty much every time I'm in a public place with him, and then ask him why despite being quite bright and having a uni degree, and applying for many jobs and doing heaps of training courses to build his skill set, he's working in a supermarket, because employers judge him for his disability and won't give him a chance. Does that sound fair to you? Walk a mile in his shoes before you try to label me as a bigot.

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    1. What has happened to your brother is very sad. It's also nothing to do with this blog. Would you care to explain your comment about lesbians kissing, Ross? Are you saying that your brother doesn't deserve dirty looks or discrimination (I agree - he doesn't) - but lesbians do? Why does what's happened to your brother make you any more or less a bigot?

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  8. Over the last few months I've left several comments on your blog, with which I have taken deliberate measures to be polite and on topic, however you have done one of two things in each case:

    - Have not posted or bothered replying to my comment at all.
    - Have completed edited my comment to make it seem uninformed and overly aggressive toward you. You then proceed to write a scathing reply back to the edited post in what appears to be an attempt to simply gratify yourself and your agenda.

    Your behaviour is therefore no different to the sort that you are attacking here. This has made me realise that your basis for keeping this blog isn't at all about championing free speech and condemning hypocrisy, but rather just outright hatred for one person. At least be honest enough to say that.

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    1. Actually, I don't have the software to edit comments. Check out blogspot commenting to see for yourself. I can only publish intact a comment or delete it. The only ones I delete are SPAM and off-topic ad hominem attacks (though I do publish some of these). I'm more likely to publish a comment with a name attached to it, rather than "anonymous" comments.

      So if I've not posted or replied to your comment, I think you just need to live with the fact that sometimes other people think what you have to say is irrelevant.

      But nice try.

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