...there would be no need for separate forums for "debate", as each individual would be polite and dignified when expressing his or her opinions, and respect the opinions of others (presuming of course that they were not utterly ludicrous). A perfectly reasonable discussion can be forcibly removed from a so-called "support" forum and made to languish amidst the unfathomable depths of CureZone where only the minority shift a glance...should it not "comply".
I doubt if 9th was referring specifically to the recent "MH" incident (if it is significant enough to even be labelled as such) as differences of opinion seem to be forbidden, generally, except when offered in the appropriate debate forum.
To presume that, because someone chooses to disagree with a forum owner, that they are "debating", is to declare the forum owner to be all-knowing and "right" whilst the individual that does not fully adhere to the rules is inadequate. For anyone to feel, and indeed declare, that they are "right" and that those who hold different views are consequently foolish, is a vulgar display of pomposity on their part - not an appropriate trait for a healer in my mind.
It is rather amusing that this debate forum remains civilized whilst the support forums descend into chaos as soon as someone asks a simple (but apparently incompliant) question.
Lesson learned: If one wanders innocently into a cage of baboons, one is guaranteed a mauling.
"BECAUSE (webmaster think about this) if it so happens that information that the forum owner is rejecting- if it happens to be correct- THEN IT IS supportive..."
A disheartening example: One is labelled irresponsible if one should happen to recommend water fasting in the "wrong" forum; this, in turn, leads to the innocent and selfless distributor of aid being labelled as unsupportive, which implies disruptive intentions!
The affectionate are labelled hostile; the curious deemed intrusive...considering the time of year, I am thus forced to say...
(note, also, how certain members tend to follow others around ensuring their every post receives a "negative" vote...)