February 14, 2012
When the number and quality of negative comments became unbearable on Vicky Haigh’s site, I set it to ‘private’. Here I have only occasionally deleted comments that I did not consider either inspiring, empowering or helpful.
Now I have come across Stephen Fry’s rules:
- Kindly welcomes
- Genuine friendliness
- Consideration and appreciation of others
- Acceptance and friendship
- Intolerance only of rudeness and unkindness.
It would be ‘nice’ if commentator would adhere to them, PLEASE! Isn’t there enough negativity out there? Look at my latest ‘wake up call’.
With many thanks in advance,
February 5, 2012
Advocacy, Members of Parliament, Petitions, Publicity
Alistair Burt, Family Court, Indian Ocean, John Glen, legal fraud, Maldives, Member of Parliament, North East Bedfordshire, North West Hampshire, parliament uk, parliamentary inquiry, sir george young, white collar crime, white collar crimes
Thanks to Colin Peters, I learned about these MPs criticising the judiciary in the Maldives:
Please put your comment on this Maldivean publication or this one and / or write to the MPs. Here’s what I sent:
I was most interested to read about your willingness to criticise the Judiciary in the Maldives for being ‘corrupt and hostile’. Might we therefore count on you supporting our criticisms in the UK, by asking the Minister of Justice how he expects corruption and hostility towards victims of white collar crimes to go away here, in the UK?