Reduce admin/mob abuse in the Followers of the Crafting Table

Reduce admin/mob abuse in the Followers of the Crafting Table

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NexxOn2b started this petition to All people in the Crafting Table discord or those affiliated with the discord as a whole.

The abuse in the server has gone too far. There are not only people participating in the abuse but those who are not participating are condoning it. Most of the audience which knows about the current situation and problems with it are very against the situation. The moderators are entirely blind to the situation as they don't see the problem and point to "I am staff" or "I have been here longer and you weren't here" so "I am right". I have seen many Vortex Coalition tendencies coming from the staffs recent actions, mainly coming from the staff member "Generic German Soldier". Some examples being his strong use of censorship, his lack of proof for his accusations, and his general lack of attention to the general public. His logic in his doing is very flawed and he fails to come up with reasoning that anyone but staff agrees with, tending to point to the previously mentioned "I am right because I am staff" which is the exact mindset of Nimitz. Nimitz is a moderator in the Vortex Coalition who is known for his abuse of power and his need to feel like he has power in some form. He is commonly known for unneeded mutes, bans, and general censorship of the general public. His catchphrase is "I am the law" and it drags this grave even deeper. This is all the same as Generic German Soldier except for the catchphrase. This is why I believe that there definitely needs to be change. The only active moderator is power hungry and tends to lean to abusing his power and the others tend to react by a simple "Right because staff". I ask that you consider this as it is for the good of the discord. It is falling apart and people are being punished unjustly and many are getting banned unjustly. This issue has gone on long enough and the public needs to see a change.

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