Note: this is not really a question but considering some of the recent debates on History SE I wanted a place to put this. So here it is on Meta. If it gets removed so be it, but it may help to have a place for people to note their opinions rather than in the comments and on questions that are raising off topic discussions.
Considering a few of the current questions have sparked debates of views of politics and/or philosophy, which always are heated, I would like to just note to people that this is a Community Site. While it may be easy to say that these questions are flame bait it has to be remembered that this is a public forum with a global audience, each person is coming here from the views and beliefs of their home country. It is often easier to dismiss certain points of view, and I know I do this sometimes, and its harder to have an open mind but again as a public forum on the Stack Exchange platform if a question is not agreeable, and there is no answer or comment to offer to enhance the question then vote the question down and comment as to why. It is the voting and comments to improve questions that help the site, nasty comments and personal attacks don't enhance the questions and/or answers.
History is very interpretive, looking at each incident means having an open mind and thinking of the events that led there. Each person will also have their own unique view on events and incidents, if you do not agree and you can't find a way to enhance the question then leave it. Of course if a question needs improvement then feel free to vote down and comment why you think the question needs improvement, the comments help everyone.
Keep an open mind as more people with different viewpoints and different experiences will come here, its a place to learn not to attack. If you have a way to improve questions that isn't apparent, feel free to suggest them.