Whatever you may think or say about Danny Nalliah, he is a Christian and a brother, so whilst people can and perhaps should condemn his declaration of God’s judgement being poured out on Victoria, wishing death or injury to his person is both unnecessary and unchristian.
In a post which criticises Nalliah, groupsects has permitted, without rebuke or moderation, commenters to make what could be construed as death-wishes, if not actual death-threats, which can only provoke a claim of persecution by Nalliah’s supporters, of whom there are many.
For instance, in reference to Nalliah, commenter Boris says, ‘This clown should be set on fire‘. This is followed up with weez’s comment, ‘What sin could I commit that would cause JUST Nalliah to burst into flames?‘, to which Lionfish adds, ‘You could commit Murder by flame thrower‘, and throws in the just-in-case get-out-of-jail-card, ‘For legal reasons Lionfish does not recomend anyone taking this action’.
ONLY FOR LEGAL REASONS, LIONFISH?
Does groupsects moderate this, or condemn it? On the contrary, he champions weez’s sentiments, by saying, ‘You’re still up for Comment Of The Week for “What sin could I commit that would cause JUST Nalliah to burst into flames?”’
Nalliah isn’t new to death treats. But fuelling his version of Christianity with these kinds of comment only adds to his ‘resume’.