I flagged this answer as "rude or abusive". The flag reason states:
A reasonable person would find this content inappropriate for respectful discourse.
The linked policy states:
Bigotry of any kind. Language likely to offend or alienate individuals or groups based on race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, etc. will not be tolerated. At all. (Those are just a few examples; when in doubt, just don't.)
The answer in question states this:
[...] while Jews support these racial nationalistic policies in Israel they work for the opposite in Europe and America, Such as supporting massive non European immigration into Europe and promoting European/White women dating Africans Arabs etc on TV/Films they make, check out http://www.europeandailynews.org/ They do a great job covering the racism and crime against White European people
This is pretty obviously antisemitic and racist.
Still, the flag was declined:
flags should not be used to indicate technical inaccuracies, or an altogether wrong answer
But I did not flag the post because it was inaccurate (although it obviously is), I flagged it because I think that it is against policy.
So my questions is:
- Does the policy apply here, and are antisemitic conspiracy theories against the policy[*], and should thus be flagged and deleted?
[*] When provided without context. I'm of course not objecting to questions talking about antisemitic conspiracy theories such as this one, I'm objecting to answers spreading antisemitic conspiracy theories.