Thursday, 24 September 2009

Anonymous Comments

I was undecided about responding to the anonymous message left on the Chatter page recently but on reflection, I feel I must.   Unless there are serious concerns about personal safety such as giving evidence in a major criminal court case, I really dislike anonymous messages, be they written or by telephone.   If you have a strong view then you ought to be free to express it but, please, have the courage of your convictions and the integrity to own up to it, even if that opinion is contrary to the majority.   Even if I disagree, I can respect the right to voice an opinion and open a debate.   Everyone is entitled to an opinion, in fact villagers have been encouraged to voice their comments on this page, but please have the decency to be open about it, otherwise we are left with no alternative than to conclude you are in some way embarrassed or even ashamed of your comments!

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