On this question, someone asked whether or not the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms could fail to protect a minority from a holocaust type of situation. I posted some detailed comments explaining a real life situation (laws that have been passed) that proved that it was possible for the Charter to legally become a completely useless pieces of paper to Canadians, simply by accusing them of being a terrorist.
For some reason, a moderator thought it was a good idea to come along and delete all of these comments. I'd like to know why, because I'm noticing this happening across the SE network in general. That is, moderators selectively deleting comments that don't appear to violate any established rules.
I was not rude, I did not attack anyone, I did nothing but state my opinion and backed it up by facts to point out that the premise of the question was wrong, and that the answer given was fundamentally flawed as well. I'd like to know why I was apparently censored, because we're all giving our free time voluntarily here to help each other, and it's pretty frustrating having your input arbitrarily removed.