Why would Hub allow a question like the one below to be asked? The e-mail came to me as a REQUEST by a fellow Hubber. This person (moslemshit) has written NO Hubs and has No followers. I do not think this is proper for this site.
How many of you have received a request like this? There are many scenarios I can think of for a person to do this.
don't you agree that the only good moslem is a dead moslem?
And how the hell did the USA allow so many of them across the border? Why do we worry about illegal Mexicans when we have so many illegal Moslems in the US?
asked by moslemshit 6 hours agoflag
Harvey, do you really think it would be possible for HubPages to check every single question BEFORE it's posted?
There is a flag button. Use it.
The first question is wayyy radical.
The next two are rather legitimate questions.
The first question is not radical in any way - it is pure hate. The other statements are pure racism - as is the whole disgusting thing in its entirety and it should not be allowed a place anywhere.
No need to share hate mail from an ignorant bigot. You did exactly what the fool wanted you to do -- posted it for all to see.
And for some reason you felt the need to post it in three separate forums to boot.
And you responded to it when the question was posted in the "Day of the Dead". Hmm.
Anyway, just delete it and move on.
(I'm curious, how did you know the question was meant for you? It isn't directed specifically at you or anyone else. But you answered it as if it were asked of you.)
You aseem to follow me everywhere now, always calling me a bigot. You asked me for proof, and I asked for your e-mail address, as you wished. I haven't gotten it.
You told me you've read my Hubs, and they show what a bigot I am. Which Hubs and what didd I write.
You have the audacity to call me a bigot, yet I do not get inflamatory with you.
I wrote you about starting a charity, community service, helping the elderly at a retirement center and more.
I told yo to ask certain Hubber's that are well known about me, such AEvans or lyricsingray. Your response was; "I don't need to do that, I can see with my own eyes what you've written.
On the Hub I wrote about it, some people thanked me. I am fairly new to Forums, and I thought I would warn others.
You have only one eye to read with (so it looks), maybe you missed something.
Discustung, very! Lol.
Moslemshit sounds like a person who is full of hate. Ignore the person and don't anything about it.
Any one can send a mail to a hubber if he has chosen so in his profile. If one does not want to get a mail, he or she can opt so in profile.
If you do not want such mails you can simply spam those at your mail.
Any one can ask a question to a writer and request to write a hub. This is an opportunity for a hubber. If you do not like those questions simply ignore those.
Please do not spread hatred.
You can blame me for whatever you want to, this was my first time encountering this. Am I doomed to be chastized for wanting to warn others.
If so, you people are not what I thought you were.
In my opinion you are quite wrong Harvey - you should not have put such offensive stuff on here in the first place, any reasonable balanced person would know this. And the reply that considered some of the questions valid is in the same category.
Statements of hate like that are clearly offensive to anyone.
What if they use them on you first. The Hub I wrote about this e-mail got one persons dander-up.
Why pass them on ? Why make them more public and give them more exposure? Leaving them sitting there like a pile of manure stinking the place up while you talk on is just giving them exposure. You should man-up at least and tell us how much you agree with this grubby hate filled little message and what value you see in airing them.
Very well said China Man. I totally agree with this point of view on the matter.
Please don't tell me to "man-up." I believe even the negative mail I received has been answered to everyone's understanding.
There are ways with dealing with such correspondence, click on the link at the bottom of the email that says report (or words to that effect).
Making 3, let me repeat that, three threads about it is not how to handle it.
Thanks man , some kids just don't understand how things used to be handled. I'm even asked to, "man-up!" I don't think they know what that used to mean.
Harvey, Although it is a valid question just like Marisa said flag it! I do not have any problem with flagging questions such as those.
@china man I agree with you 100%. Thank you for speaking up.
@darkside Agreed! And as china man said, any reasonable person would know better than to do that. I mean, unless there was an ulterior motive. Just sayin'.
@IntimatEvolution Yep, me too. And I like your new avatar!
@AEvans Yes, that's all that had to be done.
You asked me for the original e-mail from Hub, I sent it to you. Then you asked if we can write personally, I wrote you. I haven't gotten a reply.
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