Believe me, it's not word-choices that this thread has me concerned about.
I've understood it partly in such way because of this:
"Demand" it? Seriously?
Surely we're blessed to have such deep-seeing minds here, to perceive this "demand."
Putting in quotation the certain word, as it wasn't suitable.
Anyway, I understand there are some worrisome things in this thread, or rather something general, that I wrote here:
Yeah, Orthodox Internet forums are quite often a way to dream of realising your ideas, that you would fulfil if you were a bishop or another important person. If only you were! Well, maybe sometimes there is a hope a hierarch will read it and at least will rethink the issue.
And I can add: if the issues were so simply (liturgical revivement/restoration/doing according to the canons/typicon/for people, pan-orthodox council, EP matter and so on), bishops (or at least a number of them) would resolve them; but we're not responsible for the Church (at least not so much as they are), so we think we're wise and that we should present our brillant ideas in public.