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[–] Fernando_x 2 points 35 points (+37|-2) ago 

I never use slurs in my personal life or even in internet. so accordingly to this moderator, I should not be sick of being treated like a baby who should not be exposed to words that could "trigger" me. If you want my opinion and my vote, this moderator should be demodded.

And I think Voat should stablish a transparent method to demod through the users votes. Like at wikipedia.


[–] gatordontplaythatsht 1 points 14 points (+15|-1) ago 

I've just today suggested a moderator voting system once a sub hits 5k users. That eliminates their ability to control any subs they want by brigading and using the request method and protects the users of large subs from being caught in their nonsensical bias'.


[–] JJEvil 10 points -5 points (+5|-10) ago 

You do realize that if you don't like the way a sub is being run you can start your own, right?


[–] rednirug 6 points 1 points (+7|-6) ago 

So wait, why should she be demodded for voicing an opinion? She never implied any desire to enact rules on what people say. In fact, you guys are the ones restricting what people can say now, because once someone says something you don't like, now they shouldn't be a moderator in your eyes.


[–] Fernando_x 2 points 6 points (+8|-2) ago 

No, the problem is that that opinion, imho, raises a problem of trust. I know the way srs infiltrated and destroyed many subreddits and I cannot longer trust that user after that. Besides that, /u/she/ can continue voicing as many inane opinions as she or he wants. (like fht or any of the other racist or stupid subs)


[–] Fernando_x 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Now she has deleted the post. Still no reason to demod her, acting like that in a topic where at least she should have abstained and let another mod do it?