For example, my uncivil actions towards Vice President Biden. My ancestors have tried to take care of tortoise for a long time, the metaphor is solid, a man who will not protect a tortoise is seen as weak the man who protects the tortoise is seen as strong. As such, the provocation of my uncivil name calling is not necessarily to provoke hostility as it is to provoke shame. I have been very indecent and would more than understand attacks on personal professional being. However, then I would argue the forefather anonymous claim in which our forefathers used pseudonymous to make fun of the king in very uncivil manners as per political dissent to the ones that acted as such. It is tried true and tested well that those who are willing to try the test of civility for civil rights issues as showing that the elite are not above the poor and a simple uncivil action shall not call upon them the duty to hurt, as the poor are basically shaming in such names.
I wish I could say that I am the utmost civil person. Then I would have to tell you I would not be a civil rights fighter. As the term fight preempts the idea of somewhat of an uncivil nature. If civility means polite.
Again, if you find something you do not like a simple post and I will remove. If not I will remove it before I am placed in front of persecution. Unless of course they wish to fight me, then I as a civil rigths fighter I will invoke the ancient form of protection of incivility via anonymous names as per our forefathers would found it necessary to dissent to the elite in such a manner.
I do feel bad, for such things. However, the Communist Party deserves to be seeded crudely in shame, and Biden did attack a very peacefully creature to take its protection. Then again, if one would allow dissent then one could say that incivility is necessary. Along with the fact that if one did find a way to provide instead of take one would then could provoke a defense.
As for my special friends, the things I say are in secret if not then so not is secret as the paradigm is.