We've all blocked people from our social media for personal reasons. If someone is being rude, offensive or you've simple lost contact with that person, then "unfollow", "unfriend" or even delete them from your lists - this is all acceptable.
I'm currently debating whether I should do this to someone. It's not that I shouldn't do it, as I know I will. But the question is, should I make my opinions clear on their page on why I'm deleting them?
Basically, this person keeps reposting Britain First 'articles'. Now, ordinarily I won't say too much as everyone has the right to their own opinion. But, it has recently been getting a little too often. The latest was today, when the post was about Muslims being let into the Europe and then there is footage of 'them' going on a rampage and smashing police cars, pavements, benches etc. Now, there is no evidence to indicate that the people involved were from any religious denomination, to me, it looked more like typical football hooligans (as an example of their behaviour).
My question is, should I comment to this person, who keeps reposting Britain First articles, and tell them how deluded and racist they are?
If I do, it will inevitably end up in a battle of words. Which is fine, but it defeats the object of blocking them.
But, if I don't say it and just block them, it means they have no idea why or how offensive they are being.
The question is, should I say something or not?
To be honest, I think I know what I'm going to do.....I do find it hard to keep my mouth shut!
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