The irony here, of course, is that in starting a thread asking why there hasn't been a thread about the passing of the Queen, Doodle here has started a thread about the passing of the Queen. We've gone down a right rabbit hole. It also feels like a classic Twitter thread where someone who chooses entirely of their own volition to follow someone else on that social media website gets jolly angry about the content that they have specifically chosen to expose themselves to. No-one has a gun to your head, Doodle.
There's no wrong or right. There's no Victor's or vanquished here. But I agree, a few contributors have shown themselves to be atypical of a certain inner London political class. Oh dear, I fear I've just opened another can of worms?
What might happen is that people might react to what they perceive to be an anonymous troll gasping for attention-oxygen. Those reactions might not be pleasant, because everyone's weary of that sort of thing on the Internet.
I'm mindful though that there is a real person behind this persona.
Plus this is not quite the big bad Internet. This is a forum for people seeking to make our shared experience of living here a little better.
You of course don't need to live in Harringay to share that aspiration.
It's also clear that some experiences have upset you about what you perceive to be the dominant view of people who do live here.
Would you care to share what happened, in terms of specifics rather than generalisations? Perhaps someone will be able to help.