See the answer by @Brythan here:
This is an answer that is is in many ways misinformed, opinionated, and, it probably classifies as biased and propagandaic as well.
Brythan states that "it is simply not true" that North Korea are not part of the Nuclear Non-Profileration treaty .... well, he is completely wrong, since they actually aren't part of it, and not only is he wrong, but the question actually asserts (correctly) that NK are not part of the treaty, so the fact that he still claims so in his answer suggests that he completely disregarded the questioner's claim and wrote the answer without first researching the matter. So, he exhibits both misinformedness and closed-mindedness.
He states that US did not breach the "no first strike" policy. Again, he is completely wrong. In fact, he does not even understand what "no first strike" refers to. It refers to no first strike with a NUCLEAR weapon.
- The remaining part of his answer is completely opinionated and is not a rational, objective answer to the question being asked.
And, yes, this answer has 7 upvotes. Clearly, the people who upvoted this did so because Brythan has many reps.
So, should reps and names be hidden from users for some time after the answer, such that people can judge the answer on its own merit, rather than being influenced by who wrote the answer?
I do not doubt that Brythan contributes in positive ways to the site, but in this case, he wrote an atrocious answer, and to see it get 7 upvotes is pretty ridiculous.