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I am convinced that the moderation of the christianity.se site fails the values of Stack Exchange, certainly in spirit, but also in the letter of those values. Specifically, I am convinced that moderators "David" and "Caleb" are simply censoring any questions, answers, and comments that they simply do not like.

A year ago they banned me from that site, and I put up with the ban. But these Machavellian moderators have not changed their m.o. at all.

These moderators need moderation. They are both shameless while their actions are shameful.

How can this be discussed and evaluated in a context outside of the christianity.se site that these moderators obviously control in a nepotistic manner? The discussion needs to be drawn outside of their sphere of control.

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  • well, i have just been banned, another year, from the christianity.se site again. and i see lotsa downvotes (which do not change the seriousness of the situation). – robert bristow-johnson Nov 22 '15 at 4:25
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    If you're trying to be serious about this problem, it helps if you use proper capitalisation. I stopped reading and down voted after the first paragraph because you weren't even bothering to use correct punctuation. – angussidney Nov 22 '15 at 6:28
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If you feel that there is an issue that urgently needs attention from Stack Exchange staff, you can also email us directly.

That goes to Stack Exchange employees, who have the ability to regulate moderators. If you truly believe that Caleb and I are rogue, and that we need to be stopped, this is your recommended course of action.

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    I can't prove it, but I'm deeply suspicious that underneath the green makeup you've gone rouge. – Shog9 Nov 23 '15 at 3:24

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