If a law does not exist, they have to be made. YOU CANNOT MAKE LAWS ON THE SPOT. If there is no law against murder, I go kill somebody: 1. You may make a law against murder, define it, and apply it to future law breakers. 2. You may not hold me accountable or punish me for something when I never committed a crime. It is you that does not get the point. Sure somebody has to create them. But they have to be created in advance. 1. You cannot create laws on the spot. 2. People are innocent until proven guilty beyond any reasonable doubt. The reason for # 2 is that it prevents premature conclusions about people. Sure it is must easier to assume somebody is committing a violation, than to go out of your way to understand what a person is doing to make sure he is actually violating any rules. However, this is corruption. 3. All members are equal. 4. A post either violates the rules or it does not. There is no making up rules on the spot. There is no making up consequences on the spot. Doing so is anarchy. Doing so is disorder. Doing so is biad, and violates ethics. Know the rules Check the post if it violates. If it does not, fine. If it does, apply the proper procedures according to prewritten rules. No bais. No making anything up on the spot. No abuse of power. Even in politics, I would never vote for a moron claiming that reasonable doubt is over rated, innocent until proven guilty is over rated, making rules up on the spot is OK, treating members differently is OK, labeling people is OK.