About locking of viewtopic.php?p=216789&f=1
and the tone used by moderator
What is wrong in suggesting that F1 helps people in need living in a country that will host ceremony and GP?
This site is a not a place for what? Not a place where one can say "I think that if F1 comes to a country where a quarter of a billion starves, than it could show some humanity and give small bit of yearly profit to those people"?
Why, what is wrong with some of you people sitting comfortably in your warm homes with full bellies? This disturbs you or what? Brings up non-cheerful issues? Well that is real life.
At least to me, F1 was always one of the few remained reminders of knighthood, honor and real human values. Drivers were saving each other from burning wrecks, being really great, donating huge amounts of money to charity like Senna did etc.
Now we face the situation that F1 comes to a country where a quarter of a billion people starve, where 1000 children die every day, and when someone points out that pretending that is just another GP is immoral, wrong, totally out of spirit of my previous admiration for what F1 used to shine with, and that it could easily regain some of its human side by giving up on profit, I get shut up.
I wasn't just criticizing the situation but suggested an idea. If idea was bad, ok, I'd listen like to hear better ones, but this kind of "see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil - stick your head in the sand" kind of censorship is really pathetic.