@stslavik Most people have reasons for their beliefs. That doesn't make them right or admirable or immune from criticism. These are people trying to learn real skills, real self-defense, and who are being conditioned like dogs to believe in fake magic. This kind of false confidence is bad and wrong to propagate. We should stamp it out whereever we can.
In particular, the OP posted martialarts.stackexchange.com/a/1985/347 a comment with a video, saying he wants to go experience a specific teacher's "magical" BS. We are going to be the only people saying "this is bullshit" instead of "play along when teacher waves his hands". So I am definitely interested in hearing better ways to communicate that message effectively, but not in allowing con artists to slide.
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