Comment Policy

Politicalisation is about thoughts on politics. That’s not thoughts of just the author, but everyone’s thoughts.

If you want to comment, that’s fine, but keep it clean. This is not a forum to abuse other people. Comments like that will not be accepted.

If your comment is defamatory, or breaks any other law, these comments will be removed. If the comment warrants, the relevant authorities will be notified of the given name, email and comment, as well as the IP address where the comment was lodged from.

Comments using foul language will be censored.

All comments must have substance. Just something like “Lol” will not be accepted.

Use some common sense. This is not about censorship. It’s about keeping this clean, and about ensuring that the authors of this site are not held liable for any comments here.

Please also note that email addresses entered here, while not visible to the public, they are visible to the administrators of this blog. If an email address does not appear to be valid, or is from a disposable email service such as dispostable.com, these comments will not be accepted.

  1. This site seems to be nothing but a right wing vent your spleen site so far, luckily its relatively insignificant, all I’ve seen so far are attacks on the greens, labour and the occupy movement, I guess everybody has a right to expression of their opinion, even if they are ignorant and biased.

    Cheers,
    Q

    • Hi Quinntin.

      I’m pretty sure Liam would not be stoked about that accusation, firstly because he’s far from right wing in what he writes here and secondly because it’s not at all true.

      Both Liam and I have written against right wing parties here. In fact, I’m in the process of arranging a series of writings that are completely neutral, given I will be saying what I don’t like about all of the parties.

      I created this site so I could vent a bit about politics as I have to be completely apolitical when I do stuff on Hamilton’s Contact FM. Having somewhere to vent makes that easier.

      Do look for the “Daniel’s Election 2011” series coming soon.

      Thanks for visiting and commenting.

      DF

  2. Hi Daniel,

    Just pointing out the minor spelling error in your main post. Bad language is foul, rather than fowl which is a synonym for a bird.

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