Public forums mimic nations in that each nation has its own laws/guidelines, and the "members" either abide by those rules or are banned, basically. While there are many other similarities and differences, I am focusing upon the whole idea and not necessarily the intracies involved. What I am talking about is that when a member gets banned from a forum, or a citizen gets deported from a nation, that individual deemed not worthy in one particular forum or nation, is still able to gain membership in another forum, and continue the behaviour that originally deemed him not worthy. I believe that such an environment where there are multiple forums/nations within, ultimately preserves that behaviour which the particular forum/nation deems not worthy. Just because the problem doesn't exist in your backyard doesn't mean the problem doesn't exist, and it usually means the problem does exist in someone's backyard. I say let's look in everyone's backyard. The whole yard. So, does such a 'system' of multiple nations ultimately preserve the bad?