Another controversial decision, another wave of whining. Even ignoring the fact that I was right, the reaction by some members was particularly revolting. The usual WW2-era leader comparisons seem to have run their course, but it seems that a common misconception continues: the illusion of a "right" to free speech on this website. A member managed to succinctly sum up the idea I'm trying to convey, so instead of writing it up myself, I'll quote him (emphasis added): The confusion seems to stem from the fact that many people unfortunately lack a nuanced understanding of what freedom means. Because this website is a private space, akin to a private home or store, I have the freedom to eject people from it for almost any reason I see necessary. Private property rights are as fundamental of a freedom as free speech in public spaces (which this website is NOT), so if you are truly interested in freedoms, respect mine by respecting the rules of this private website that gives you the privilege to contribute.