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Similar to this question, Does the royal family know about the Wizarding World?

Should I flood the homepage of the site with these questions:

Does the [head of state] of [country] know about the Wizarding World? There are 200+ countries.

If not, why not? Point me towards site rules which prohibit this.

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    At this point you'd be hard-pressed to show (based on the comments from that thread as Richard mentioned) that your intent is not malicious... And malice is probably against the rules. That being said, at no point was it said that posting such questions in and of themselves was against the rules; you're completely imagining a plight, there. – TylerH Dec 23 '14 at 20:42
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    Do it and I'll ask a "Which heads of state know about the Wizarding World?" question that they can all be closed as dupes of. Without meaning to be rude: for a ~20k user you really should know better. – user8719 Dec 23 '14 at 21:22
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    @Sachin You're clearly being facetious. That's ok, because you have a concern regarding that question. But rather than take the other side and say "Well if you get to ask these questions then so do I!", if you have a real concern about that question's validity, then you should have raised a meta question to discuss it. – Möoz Dec 23 '14 at 21:32
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    @DarthSatan Or clean-up this one to not be so specific such that it covers other heads of state. – Möoz Dec 23 '14 at 21:32
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    For reference, there was a similar squabble some time back about lightsaber colours in Star Wars. – user8719 Dec 23 '14 at 21:52
  • @DarthSatan - there are squabbles like that all the time. At at least one of them, it was this user's question serving as ridicule fodder, for that matter. – DVK-on-Ahch-To Dec 24 '14 at 14:28
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On the face of it, your plan falls foul of a variety of site rules (per the FAQ)

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