Moderator notice: Everything that follows in this question, including the fake notice at the bottom, is an intentional joke. Please don't take it seriously; it's meant in jest.
Imagine internet site. And keep in mind we are in Worldbuilding, so everything you are going to read is completely imaginary, alternate world.
This site is called ApocalypseBuilding and runs exactly like Worldbuilding does. People go there and discuss hypothetical questions how to take over the world, or how to cause apocalypse.
This site has site moderators. Lets give them names, shall we? So group of moderators are:
- ABC 226868
- L. German
- Monty Tame
Keep in mind, that above names are completely random as we are talking about alternate world and have no connection whatsoever to real world.
These people realize, that thanks to very topic of the site, they have all the information they need to take over the world.
Now, they are going to take a plan into action. The question is: What can users of that site do in order to stop malevolent site moderators?
The site is run by fictional company FrackExchange which fully trusts these moderators. Also keep in mind, that the site moderators can put on hold any question warning site users about the plan.
Even if such question can come up from highly reputated user with more than 19k score. (Call him Pavel, for complete randomness)
Can there be something done, or are people of ApocalypseBuilding doomed to complete apocalypse?
closed as being anti-establishment by Croatian Tanasa♦, Phoebe Cellio♦, BobB♦, ABC 226868♦, JDlugosz♦ Feb 22 '17 at 07:52
This question is seditious in nature and its existence cannot be tolerated. It cannot be salvaged, and has been closed in order to protect the site moderators from the community.
Since this question cannot be reworded to fit the rules in the help center, there is no point in trying.