“Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” Abraham Lincoln

Comments Policy

with 36 comments

The comments policy on this blog is fairly simple, if you are a racist, a racialist, one of their mates, or someone who writes like them, then you are not welcome here.

This blog implements a No Platform for Fascists policy.

    • So if you are hung up about the existence of Jews, Muslims, the Roma, immigrants, “foreigners”, the French, the Irish, etc and feel the need to express your petty hatreds and xenophobia, do it elsewhere.

    • If you are a EDL supporter, a mindless neo-Nazi, an Aryan Nation creep, a White Power freak, a BNPer or an apologist for David Duke’s vile views then best go somewhere else, I don’t publish such filth.

    • If you feel that the English Defence League have a point then best leave now, I don’t like excusers or apologists for neo-fascists.

    • Alternatively, if you think Mossad/Israelis/Zionists/Jews, etc did 9/11 please sling your hook.

    • Also, if you think that a Zionist/Jewish Lobby runs America or most of the world then please get lost, I am not interested in conspiracy theories.

    • On top of all that, if you feel it is acceptable for the disabled to be attacked, manhandled, thrown about or discriminated against, then honestly I am not interested in your views.

    • If you feel the need to post large reams of guff, spam or irrelevancies please go else where. I have a low tolerance for diatribes.

    • If you are an ingrained Genocide denier, or think they have a point, etc leave now and never darken my virtual doorstep again.

    • If you think dictatorships are just fine, as long as they go along in the direction that you approve of, or if you have any pleasant words to say about Augusto Pinochet, then feck off, I, most definitely, am not interested.

For American readers, this blog does not implement political censorship.

I welcome you expressing your opinions, but I just don’t like fascists or their buddies, and this blog is not covered by the First Amendment.

The blog owner reserves the right to determine what comments are fit and proper for his blog.

This is the older version of the comments policy, see the updates.

WordPress’s guide to comment etiquette should be read too 🙂

Apart from all of that enjoy!

Written by modernityblog

18/11/2009 at 16:50

36 Responses

Subscribe to comments with RSS.

  1. […] you are in any doubt read the comments policy, now feck off you anti-Muslim bigots. Posted by modernityblog Filed in Uncategorized Tags: […]

  2. […] Comments Policy […]

  3. “This blog implements a No Platform for Fascists policy.”

    Censorship… love it!

    Roger Pearse

    13/02/2010 at 17:40

  4. Er, no, not if you are not a fascist or one of their mates.

    Blog owners choose their own moderation policy, what they feel comfortable with and what they find acceptable.

    That is the accepted practice on the blogosphere.

    All people do it, including you, Roger, when you delete comments etc.

    You implement your own comments policy, so you can’t complain when others to the same.


    13/02/2010 at 18:02

  5. Would you be a little more clear who are these “fascists” or this “fascism” you talk about? Mussolini is long dead. The British Union of Fascists is long defunct. There is no political party calling itself “fascist”. So the term is not a description.

    I suspect you mean “I won’t allow people holding certain political views or policies which I dislike intensely to express them here.”

    Would you list for us the views or policies, without using terms like “this-ist/that-ist”, but describing what you object to?

    Roger Pearse

    16/02/2010 at 20:37

  6. I can appreciate, Roger, that you may be unfamiliar with his political term.

    I would recommend reading Fascism by Roger Griffin and Fascism in Britain : a history, 1918-1985 by Thurlow, Richard.

    You might also want to read up on neo-fascism.


    16/02/2010 at 21:43

  7. A comments policy which we don’t care to unpack is probably not a very respectable policy, then.

    Roger Pearse

    17/02/2010 at 14:03

  8. Unpack it, don’t unpack it.

    My comments policy is fairly clear:

    “So if you are hung up about the existence of Jews, Muslims, the Roma, immigrants, “foreigners”, the French, the Irish, etc and feel the need to express your petty hatreds and xenophobia, do it elsewhere.”


    17/02/2010 at 17:09

  9. It always amazes me when people seem to think that a blog is anything but an expression of its author’s thoughts, and that someone else “deserves” to be published on a person’s blog. A blog can have no comments, or unrestricted comments, or comments depending on the whim of the blogowner. Roger, if you want to object to what Mod says, say it on your own blog. And don’t pretend that you don’t know what fascism is.


    16/03/2010 at 04:43

  10. […] 5: New commenters should read my comments policy before posting. Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)English Defence League Protest, […]

  11. […] Comments Policy […]

  12. […] a comment » In light of recent events in the Middle East, I would like to make clear the comments policy of this […]

  13. My comments policy is “Please do”!

    Modernityblog edits, selectively deletes and denies free speech on his blog, doesn’t like anyone who disagrees with his own prejudices. He is what you might call a cyberspace book burner.

    So I won’t be wasting any more of my time here. It is his blog. he can do what he wants. It just amazes me how people can make utter fools of themselves in public.

    Peter Reynolds

    10/06/2010 at 10:38

  14. Please see my comments at the bottom of this thread,


    10/06/2010 at 12:28

  15. […] HomeAboutAbout2Comments PolicyOn Politics […]

  16. […] HomeAboutAbout2Comments PolicyOn Politics […]

  17. […] HomeAboutAbout2Comments PolicyOn Politics […]

  18. […] Before any EDL excusers or supporters even think about posting they should read my comments policy, read it once and then […]

  19. […] is a shame that such people are too stupid to read my comments policy and understand […]

  20. […] to test a man’s character, give him power.” Abraham Lincoln Skip to content HomeAboutAbout2Comments PolicyOn Politics ← Off With Her Head […]

  21. […] to take place in the comments pages below, but anyone tempted to contribute should first read my comments policy, make an effort to understand it and realise that their first post on this blog will need to be […]

  22. […] to test a man’s character, give him power.” Abraham Lincoln Skip to content HomeAboutAbout2Comments PolicyOn Politics ← Emotional, Tired […]

  23. […] Comments Policy […]

  24. […] Comments Policy Read and enjoy. […]

  25. […] If you feel the desire to comment then make an effort to read my comments policy, and remember I have a zero tolerance towards the EDL and their […]

  26. […] 2) That Shamir is a Far Rightist and pusher of Holocaust denial and he needs no encouragement particularly from any posters. Also they should see my comments policy. […]

  27. […] queue, you aren’t going anywhere, I don’t provide a platform for your filth as any reading of my comments policy would indicate, now go […]

  28. […] Anyone tempted to comment should first read the comments policy. […]

  29. […] Update 1: I should remind those genocide deniers, fans of Radovan Karadžić and Ratko Mladic that this blog has a zero tolerance for neo-fascists, their mates and deniers, so go away. Stop spamming my threads and if you can, slowly read my comment’s policy. […]

  30. […] 1: Any racists or thickarses tempted to comment on this post should first read my comments policy, then go else […]

  31. […] Update 1: If you feel the desire to post a comment on this thread, first make an effort to read and understand, fully, my comments policy. […]

  32. […] I recommend that they read my comments policy and then sling their […]

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: