Posting and Contact Policy
Be respectful. This one rule summarizes all other rules and any which may not be specifically stated. No spamming, advertisements, pointless posts, ect.
If you have a question or a comment to make, please do so clearly, so that we can reply to you in a similar manner. Sometimes posters have not fully thought out exactly what they wish to ask or say, and this can cause confusion as to what is being asked, so please think carefully before you post, and use proper punctuation, spelling and grammar. Posting comments or writing in capitals is regarded as shouting, so please refrain from doing so.
Failure to follow these simple rules will result in warnings and, if there are continued problems, deletion of subsequent messages without further notice. In more extreme cases where individuals make a direct attack on the Order or its members, for whatever excuse, such messages and appropriate responses may be posted on the website’s responses to Facebook and messages pages, for the benefit of informing members of such issues and as a warning to those who may wish to choose to behave in an uncivilised manner. Where threats of a personal or other such abusive abuse behaviour that may be conducive to a potential breach of the peace, such messages will be referred to the Council of the Order, for decision as to whether the content should be sent to the police agency in the relevant jurisdiction. Personal responsibility for one’s action must be taken, and this advice is provided so that no doubt exists as to the likely repercussions of negative behaviour.
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