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Posted: Oct 7 2007, 01:08 AM


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The views expressed in this section do not represent those of Loose Change/Louder Than Words.

Due to demand from users, a section detailing the Israeli Mossad's possible involvement in 9/11 has been created. This section will not tolerate blanket assumptions such as "the jews did it", nor will there be any tolerance shown for 'jew hating'. There will also be NO tolerance shown to any Holocaust Denial. The section will be heavily moderated to ensure, as much as possible, no offense (and thus flaming) be taken by anyone. There will be a three strikes policy. Warning > Suspension > Banning. Likewise, there will be no tolerance shown to general accusations of anti-semitism towards users who offer credible information regarding Israeli govt/Mossad crimes.
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