Johnnie Moore


Johnnie Moore

Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

I have reluctantly deleted some of the comments being made to my post about Schapelle Corby.

I don’t like doing this and I have agonised over if for a few days. The trouble is once I say I’m deleting extreme comments that might seem like an implied approval of those that remain. Basically, I want to indicate that I am not happy about hosting conversations that veer towards crude racial stereotyping. I am doing so fairly clumsily but I think clumsy is better than not at all.

(Tony Goodson has an interesting perspective on the Corby case.)

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