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America "culture of fear" entry
According to what source is the "culture of fear" valid? Can't the same be said for ANY other country, just for different reasons (religious laws, political ideologies, etc.)? Even if it is true, the entry as it stands is highly subjective and opinionated, and a bit offensive as well. If you can give me a substantial reason why it should stay, by all means do so. If not, then I'm going to revise it so it presents the idea in a way that doesn't indicate any undue "social commentary".--The Exiled Fighter 15:25, 30 December 2012 (EST)
Hey there! You've made some awesome contributions to the travel guide. Contributions that are extremely helpful to travelers everywhere! Unfortunately, you've also made some contributions that do the exact opposite. At our very foundation we are a community of people creating a travel guide. We're not here to attack or vilify any group on their beliefs. This harms the knowledgeable environment we, you included, have managed to create. We're blocking you for a week. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to reach out. IBcaldera (talk) 20:36, 4 September 2014 (EDT)
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