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TLDR (although I took no part in deleting or even down-voting your answer), looking at it now and even more at your meta-post here, you simply come across as an apologist of the White genocide conspiracy theory. I mean just re-read your post here: You could argue that maybe the "White genocide" idea is paranoid [...] Even if you would argue that ...


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My guess is the answer lacked sources, and presented rather extreme interpretations as fact, without much nuance or consideration of alternative interpretations. Thus the people who closed the question probably thought you are a right wing extremist trying to push right wing propaganda. The primary problem of the answer is that it makes an extreme leap by ...


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You were starting a discussion. As you should know by now, this website is not a discussion forum. If you want to suggest improvements to a question, please do that directly. Don't do it in form of a rhetorical question which will then incite debate.


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Just because comments are 'on-topic' doesn't mean they shouldn't be deleted for any variety of good reasons. I'm a big champion of the importance of comments, as can been seen in my posting history on the SE Meta, but they have their place. If you've rambled on through 60+ back-and-forth comments, with no end in site, and no resolution to include into the ...


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I believe that this was the comment you are referring to: To add a note as to why he is adamantly calling it the chinese virus. He stated it was a result of some officials in china at one point stating the us military may have caused the virus. He has adamantly called it the "chinese virus" at all chances as a result to combat a disinformation campaign. ...


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