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« on: February 04, 2013, 09:37:11 AM »

Russian patriarchate betray family value....

Orthodox people in Russia raise up protesting against enforcement of Juvenal system.... now church counsil basicly give up on this case and respect value of Juvenal system... sorry for our brother in Russia.

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government have no rights for intrusion into family life, apart of cases with proven danger for life, health and moral condition......


and it is exactly what they do when kidnapping kids.... by law....


so basically it is green light from patriarchate...  

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« Reply #1 on: February 04, 2013, 10:17:20 AM »

i'm sorry, I'm having trouble understanding the issue.  Can you post a link to a general overview (even in Russian) of what's going on?  It's hard to figure that out from the information you posted.

thank you!
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« Reply #2 on: February 04, 2013, 10:27:54 AM »

i'm sorry, I'm having trouble understanding the issue.  Can you post a link to a general overview (even in Russian) of what's going on?  It's hard to figure that out from the information you posted.

thank you!

Don't feed him, please...
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« Reply #3 on: February 04, 2013, 10:29:47 AM »

i'm sorry, I'm having trouble understanding the issue.  Can you post a link to a general overview (even in Russian) of what's going on?  It's hard to figure that out from the information you posted.

thank you!

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« Reply #4 on: February 04, 2013, 10:32:07 AM »

LOL!  Sorry, folks, I just want to know what he's talking about.  I'll most likely give little credence to his conclusions, but I'd still like to know what the raw story is, so to speak.
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« Reply #5 on: February 04, 2013, 10:34:46 AM »

LOL!  Sorry, folks, I just want to know what he's talking about.  I'll most likely give little credence to his conclusions, but I'd still like to know what the raw story is, so to speak.

The raw story is that he thinks Patriarch Cyrill is a heretic saying there are extreme cases when the state is authorized to take children away from their parents.

At least I understand it like that.
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« Reply #6 on: February 04, 2013, 10:37:25 AM »

LOL!  Sorry, folks, I just want to know what he's talking about.  I'll most likely give little credence to his conclusions, but I'd still like to know what the raw story is, so to speak.

The raw story is that he thinks Patriarch Cyrill is a heretic saying there are extreme cases when the state is authorized to take children away from their parents.

At least I understand it like that.

Ah, ok.  Like I said, I was having trouble understanding it based on the one quote (and even smaller translation) he gave.

No more to see here.  Thank you, Michal.
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« Reply #7 on: February 04, 2013, 12:34:13 PM »

LOL!  Sorry, folks, I just want to know what he's talking about.  I'll most likely give little credence to his conclusions, but I'd still like to know what the raw story is, so to speak.

The raw story is that he thinks Patriarch Cyrill is a heretic saying there are extreme cases when the state is authorized to take children away from their parents.

At least I understand it like that.

Wow. It's original.
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« Reply #8 on: February 04, 2013, 10:46:47 PM »

LOL!  Sorry, folks, I just want to know what he's talking about.  I'll most likely give little credence to his conclusions, but I'd still like to know what the raw story is, so to speak.

The raw story is that he thinks Patriarch Cyrill is a heretic saying there are extreme cases when the state is authorized to take children away from their parents.

At least I understand it like that.

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Russian patriarchate betray family value.


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church counsil basicly give up on this case and respect value of Juvenal system


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it is green light from patriarchate.


so where i did ?






Children always could be taken from the parents... 
it is not new....
what is new , it huge department was set up specially for it...


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QN8VWsLAHAQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8anwEKXQHM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgD4Bb7R3cQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rjyevVXyNho

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhReT_1ZDHQ

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShaBb_WN8y4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShaBb_WN8y4

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c1ct-A1C8cs

JJ workers intimidate and terrorise:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEtYFRz-UF8

180 000 family under direct threat:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kXXmiPnPlmI

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XMlBW_FxHM



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« Reply #10 on: February 18, 2013, 10:29:02 PM »

LOL!  Sorry, folks, I just want to know what he's talking about.  I'll most likely give little credence to his conclusions, but I'd still like to know what the raw story is, so to speak.
He is talking about the issue of Juvenile Justice System.  If you are indeed interested, I can share insight, research and history of the issue.  The system was implemented in one of the regions of the Southern Federal Jurisdiction in Russia, quite successfully.
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« Reply #11 on: February 18, 2013, 10:30:10 PM »

I have a question: why is it okay to post one after another disrespectful posts about an ordained Orthodox patriarch in this forum?
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« Reply #12 on: February 18, 2013, 10:38:39 PM »

I have a question: why is it okay to post one after another disrespectful posts about an ordained Orthodox patriarch in this forum?

Free speech has long been a cornerstone of how this forum works...
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« Reply #13 on: February 18, 2013, 10:40:08 PM »

Is that why it's not okay to criticize a moderator, but okay to mix a patriarch with dirt?
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« Reply #14 on: February 18, 2013, 10:42:43 PM »

Is that why it's not okay to criticize a moderator, but okay to mix a patriarch with dirt?

Unfortunately, that's what at least some of the moderators think so.  Cry

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« Reply #15 on: February 18, 2013, 10:45:13 PM »

Is that why it's not okay to criticize a moderator, but okay to mix a patriarch with dirt?

I personally don't like the way they have it set up now, and have even started a thread about this, though technically you can criticize a mod if you have to do it through the proper channels/methods.
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Is that why it's not okay to criticize a moderator, but okay to mix a patriarch with dirt?

I personally don't like the way they have it set up now, and have even started a thread about this, though technically you can criticize a mod if you have to do it through the proper channels/methods.

That thread has been locked.
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« Reply #17 on: February 18, 2013, 11:08:37 PM »

I didn't like the attacks on His Holiness either. But, to be fair, perception of warranted or unwarranted criticism is very subjective. As I see it, this forum takes a stance of preferring to sway the erring with rational argument rather than just censor opinions. I would support more censorship in many places, but I can respect the way things are done here. Other forums that have employed heavy-handed censorship have tended to stifle or skew discussion, which has rather defeated the purpose of having an online forum.
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Is that why it's not okay to criticize a moderator, but okay to mix a patriarch with dirt?

I personally don't like the way they have it set up now, and have even started a thread about this, though technically you can criticize a mod if you have to do it through the proper channels/methods.

That thread has been locked.

Yes that was unfortunate.
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« Reply #19 on: February 19, 2013, 03:48:39 AM »

I didn't like the attacks on His Holiness either. But, to be fair, perception of warranted or unwarranted criticism is very subjective. As I see it, this forum takes a stance of preferring to sway the erring with rational argument rather than just censor opinions. I would support more censorship in many places, but I can respect the way things are done here. Other forums that have employed heavy-handed censorship have tended to stifle or skew discussion, which has rather defeated the purpose of having an online forum.
I've noticed that many of our posters who are the quickest to defend His Holiness or another canonical bishop against charges of heresy are also the quickest to publicly charge our Old Calendarists with schism. This gives us two options if we are to remain fair and balanced:
  • We can prohibit all criticism of sitting hierarchs, be they New Calendarists or Old Calendarists. If the Old Calendarists are forbidden to charge New Calendarist clergy of heresy, so also would our New Calendarists be prohibited from calling our Old Calendarists schismatics. However, I don't think our New Calendarists would like that option, which leads to the next alternative.
  • We can permit all criticism of sitting hierarchs, be they New Calendarists or Old Calendarists, provided the criticism does not violate other forum rules. If our New Calendarists can charge Old Calendarists with schism, so also will our Old Calendarists be permitted to call our New Calendarist clergy heretics.
I'm sure that either policy will be unacceptable to many on this forum, but each would at least be a balanced approach that shows no favoritism toward one side or the other. The moderator team on this forum has historically tended to defend free speech and be very slow to censor unpopular criticism, especially if it doesn't violate any other forum rules, so you would be right to anticipate that we would favor the latter option provided above.
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« Reply #20 on: February 19, 2013, 04:13:55 AM »

I didn't like the attacks on His Holiness either. But, to be fair, perception of warranted or unwarranted criticism is very subjective. As I see it, this forum takes a stance of preferring to sway the erring with rational argument rather than just censor opinions. I would support more censorship in many places, but I can respect the way things are done here. Other forums that have employed heavy-handed censorship have tended to stifle or skew discussion, which has rather defeated the purpose of having an online forum.
I've noticed that many of our posters who are the quickest to defend His Holiness or another canonical bishop against charges of heresy are also the quickest to publicly charge our Old Calendarists with schism. This gives us two options if we are to remain fair and balanced:
  • We can prohibit all criticism of sitting hierarchs, be they New Calendarists or Old Calendarists. If the Old Calendarists are forbidden to charge New Calendarist clergy of heresy, so also would our New Calendarists be prohibited from calling our Old Calendarists schismatics. However, I don't think our New Calendarists would like that option, which leads to the next alternative.
  • We can permit all criticism of sitting hierarchs, be they New Calendarists or Old Calendarists, provided the criticism does not violate other forum rules. If our New Calendarists can charge Old Calendarists with schism, so also will our Old Calendarists be permitted to call our New Calendarist clergy heretics.
I'm sure that either policy will be unacceptable to many on this forum, but each would at least be a balanced approach that shows no favoritism toward one side or the other. The moderator team on this forum has historically tended to defend free speech and be very slow to censor unpopular criticism, especially if it doesn't violate any other forum rules, so you would be right to anticipate that we would favor the latter option provided above.

There is a third alternative:

Charges of heresy must be supported by verifiable evidence, and not hearsay or personal opinion. In the absence of cogent evidence, decisive action must be taken against the poster who made the allegation. Much ado is made here of the need to properly cite written sources of quotes, reports or articles, so why balk at insisting the same be done for allegations as grave as heresy? Bearing false witness, and all that.

It seems that the MO is to strain the easy gnats of omitting hierarchical titles, but to swallow the difficult camels of defamatory and public accusations.

And linking the permission of allegations of heresy with a recoiling of calling Old Calendarists schismatics is false, a sop, and dishonest. The two matters are entirely separate and unrelated.
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« Reply #21 on: February 19, 2013, 07:10:24 AM »

I have nothing against intelligently laid out, well supported criticism of anyone.  I can criticize my own patriarch as long as I do so respectfully in the spirit of Christian charity.  I am not blindly happy with everything the Patriarchate does.  But when I come on an Orthodox forum and see a picture such as above, and I'm one of His Holiness's faithful, what am I supposed to think?  If I were on a non-Orthodox forum I would not react at all, but a picture like this gets posted on an Orthodox forum and it just hangs?  What if I posted a similar one on a Catholic forum about the Pope or Archbishop Dolan?  I do not think it would be tolerated.
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« Reply #22 on: February 19, 2013, 07:31:27 AM »

Not to mention that the original post in this thread is illiterate both grammatically and issue-wise and fits the mode of "monkey see monkey do": somebody somewhere said that there is this thing called "Juvenal system" and it's a bad thing.  And the Patriarch said otherwise?  Go get him.  To those who know a bit more about the piloted Juvenile Justice System in Russia than "haven't you heard, they're about to start snatching our children away from us!" it's not even worth getting engaged in a discussion but then more folks pull up and post offensive "portraits" such as above and all of it is tolerated - the impression one gets is that folks assume that "these poor Russians" are somewhere far away in a frozen land, that there is no chance they may be here reading this board.
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« Reply #23 on: February 19, 2013, 09:50:41 AM »

I didn't like the attacks on His Holiness either. But, to be fair, perception of warranted or unwarranted criticism is very subjective. As I see it, this forum takes a stance of preferring to sway the erring with rational argument rather than just censor opinions. I would support more censorship in many places, but I can respect the way things are done here. Other forums that have employed heavy-handed censorship have tended to stifle or skew discussion, which has rather defeated the purpose of having an online forum.
Amin.

But, to be fair, no one say any thong about patriarch in this topic.
some russin pink elephant representing RPC "play smart"....

Even Putin, few days ago did admit , there are huge JJ corruption in russia.
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« Reply #24 on: February 19, 2013, 10:38:04 AM »

"Even Putin".  No comment.
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« Reply #25 on: February 19, 2013, 11:00:44 AM »

"Any thong"?
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« Reply #26 on: February 19, 2013, 11:04:32 AM »

"Any thong"?

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« Reply #27 on: February 19, 2013, 11:10:09 AM »

Something tells me that the OP has something to lose once this law is passed.
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« Reply #28 on: February 19, 2013, 12:33:49 PM »

I didn't like the attacks on His Holiness either. But, to be fair, perception of warranted or unwarranted criticism is very subjective. As I see it, this forum takes a stance of preferring to sway the erring with rational argument rather than just censor opinions. I would support more censorship in many places, but I can respect the way things are done here. Other forums that have employed heavy-handed censorship have tended to stifle or skew discussion, which has rather defeated the purpose of having an online forum.
I've noticed that many of our posters who are the quickest to defend His Holiness or another canonical bishop against charges of heresy are also the quickest to publicly charge our Old Calendarists with schism. This gives us two options if we are to remain fair and balanced:
  • We can prohibit all criticism of sitting hierarchs, be they New Calendarists or Old Calendarists. If the Old Calendarists are forbidden to charge New Calendarist clergy of heresy, so also would our New Calendarists be prohibited from calling our Old Calendarists schismatics. However, I don't think our New Calendarists would like that option, which leads to the next alternative.
  • We can permit all criticism of sitting hierarchs, be they New Calendarists or Old Calendarists, provided the criticism does not violate other forum rules. If our New Calendarists can charge Old Calendarists with schism, so also will our Old Calendarists be permitted to call our New Calendarist clergy heretics.
I'm sure that either policy will be unacceptable to many on this forum, but each would at least be a balanced approach that shows no favoritism toward one side or the other. The moderator team on this forum has historically tended to defend free speech and be very slow to censor unpopular criticism, especially if it doesn't violate any other forum rules, so you would be right to anticipate that we would favor the latter option provided above.

There is a third alternative:

Charges of heresy must be supported by verifiable evidence, and not hearsay or personal opinion. In the absence of cogent evidence, decisive action must be taken against the poster who made the allegation. Much ado is made here of the need to properly cite written sources of quotes, reports or articles, so why balk at insisting the same be done for allegations as grave as heresy? Bearing false witness, and all that.

It seems that the MO is to strain the easy gnats of omitting hierarchical titles, but to swallow the difficult camels of defamatory and public accusations.

And linking the permission of allegations of heresy with a recoiling of calling Old Calendarists schismatics is false, a sop, and dishonest. The two matters are entirely separate and unrelated.
Just because you don't like the idea doesn't make it false and dishonest, LBK. That's all I will say.
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« Reply #29 on: February 20, 2013, 07:48:12 PM »

I didn't like the attacks on His Holiness either. But, to be fair, perception of warranted or unwarranted criticism is very subjective. As I see it, this forum takes a stance of preferring to sway the erring with rational argument rather than just censor opinions. I would support more censorship in many places, but I can respect the way things are done here. Other forums that have employed heavy-handed censorship have tended to stifle or skew discussion, which has rather defeated the purpose of having an online forum.
I've noticed that many of our posters who are the quickest to defend His Holiness or another canonical bishop against charges of heresy are also the quickest to publicly charge our Old Calendarists with schism. This gives us two options if we are to remain fair and balanced:
  • We can prohibit all criticism of sitting hierarchs, be they New Calendarists or Old Calendarists. If the Old Calendarists are forbidden to charge New Calendarist clergy of heresy, so also would our New Calendarists be prohibited from calling our Old Calendarists schismatics. However, I don't think our New Calendarists would like that option, which leads to the next alternative.
  • We can permit all criticism of sitting hierarchs, be they New Calendarists or Old Calendarists, provided the criticism does not violate other forum rules. If our New Calendarists can charge Old Calendarists with schism, so also will our Old Calendarists be permitted to call our New Calendarist clergy heretics.
I'm sure that either policy will be unacceptable to many on this forum, but each would at least be a balanced approach that shows no favoritism toward one side or the other. The moderator team on this forum has historically tended to defend free speech and be very slow to censor unpopular criticism, especially if it doesn't violate any other forum rules, so you would be right to anticipate that we would favor the latter option provided above.

There is a third alternative:

Charges of heresy must be supported by verifiable evidence, and not hearsay or personal opinion. In the absence of cogent evidence, decisive action must be taken against the poster who made the allegation. Much ado is made here of the need to properly cite written sources of quotes, reports or articles, so why balk at insisting the same be done for allegations as grave as heresy? Bearing false witness, and all that.

It seems that the MO is to strain the easy gnats of omitting hierarchical titles, but to swallow the difficult camels of defamatory and public accusations.

And linking the permission of allegations of heresy with a recoiling of calling Old Calendarists schismatics is false, a sop, and dishonest. The two matters are entirely separate and unrelated.
Just because you don't like the idea doesn't make it false and dishonest, LBK. That's all I will say.

Since not one poster here is qualified to formally fling charges of heresy, I would think that the charge of heresy is a mere opinion, a way of registering deep disapproval and disagreement. That would fit within forum rules. I do think that we have the rules in place to protect against libel against anyone, to include the clergy. I would think that any forum member can take advantage of the "report to moderator" button to report libel, or any other violation of our rules.
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« Reply #30 on: February 20, 2013, 08:39:27 PM »

I didn't like the attacks on His Holiness either. But, to be fair, perception of warranted or unwarranted criticism is very subjective. As I see it, this forum takes a stance of preferring to sway the erring with rational argument rather than just censor opinions. I would support more censorship in many places, but I can respect the way things are done here. Other forums that have employed heavy-handed censorship have tended to stifle or skew discussion, which has rather defeated the purpose of having an online forum.
I've noticed that many of our posters who are the quickest to defend His Holiness or another canonical bishop against charges of heresy are also the quickest to publicly charge our Old Calendarists with schism. This gives us two options if we are to remain fair and balanced:
  • We can prohibit all criticism of sitting hierarchs, be they New Calendarists or Old Calendarists. If the Old Calendarists are forbidden to charge New Calendarist clergy of heresy, so also would our New Calendarists be prohibited from calling our Old Calendarists schismatics. However, I don't think our New Calendarists would like that option, which leads to the next alternative.
  • We can permit all criticism of sitting hierarchs, be they New Calendarists or Old Calendarists, provided the criticism does not violate other forum rules. If our New Calendarists can charge Old Calendarists with schism, so also will our Old Calendarists be permitted to call our New Calendarist clergy heretics.
I'm sure that either policy will be unacceptable to many on this forum, but each would at least be a balanced approach that shows no favoritism toward one side or the other. The moderator team on this forum has historically tended to defend free speech and be very slow to censor unpopular criticism, especially if it doesn't violate any other forum rules, so you would be right to anticipate that we would favor the latter option provided above.

There is a third alternative:

Charges of heresy must be supported by verifiable evidence, and not hearsay or personal opinion. In the absence of cogent evidence, decisive action must be taken against the poster who made the allegation. Much ado is made here of the need to properly cite written sources of quotes, reports or articles, so why balk at insisting the same be done for allegations as grave as heresy? Bearing false witness, and all that.

It seems that the MO is to strain the easy gnats of omitting hierarchical titles, but to swallow the difficult camels of defamatory and public accusations.

And linking the permission of allegations of heresy with a recoiling of calling Old Calendarists schismatics is false, a sop, and dishonest. The two matters are entirely separate and unrelated.
Just because you don't like the idea doesn't make it false and dishonest, LBK. That's all I will say.

Since not one poster here is qualified to formally fling charges of heresy, I would think that the charge of heresy is a mere opinion, a way of registering deep disapproval and disagreement. That would fit within forum rules. I do think that we have the rules in place to protect against libel against anyone, to include the clergy. I would think that any forum member can take advantage of the "report to moderator" button to report libel, or any other violation of our rules.

You and I certainly agree that none of us are canonically competent to proclaim an "anathema" or decree that one is a heretic.

I also agree that a poster may posit the argument or claim that "X" may be engaging  in heresy or hold heretical views as being representative of the poster's opinion. However, to brazenly assert that "X"is in fact a "heretic" without there being an appropriate finding of the same in accord with Church law is another matter.

By analogy, a newspaper may report that "X" is a suspect in a criminal investigation. The paper may not, however, brand "X" as a felon or criminal prior to a conviction.

Perhaps my legal mind is over thinking this.
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« Reply #31 on: February 20, 2013, 09:26:20 PM »

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I would think that any forum member can take advantage of the "report to moderator" button to report libel, or any other violation of our rules.

Which has, indeed, been done, as per forum rules. And moderators have been privately contacted about it as well, as per forum rules. Yet the public proclamation of heresy, still without verification, is supposedly allowed to stand.  Huh
 Even after you have been warned, you are continuing to derail conversations by complaining about moderators actions. You are placed on 40 days of post moderation. We regret to have to place this on you, but your posting habits have left us a moderating team little choice. As of this warning, no one has reported anything in this thread except for the foreign language issues, and your actions. Your accusation that reports on this thread dealing with heresy have been made is false. If you really think we are being unfair, feel free to follow the steps of appeal.

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 Moderation reduced to warning since the reservations made by LBK have been considered reasonable by forum tops. However the poster remains warned since, she did not follow the proper appeal way (moderator > GM > admin) and expressed her concerns publicly.

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