Ralph Rea runs a Facbook group come forum called The Left.
It is a non-offensive place to share views, chat about politics, highlight the negatives of our current unelected Tory Party and Prime Minister in a safe environment.
Yes the occasional troll gets through but that is social media for you.
Ralph tries to address such interlopers as quickly as possible.
But what is abuse and or abusive?
Therein lies a problem or two.
Labour Party Deputy leader Tom Watson and MP Yvette Cooper are working towards adding a pledge to joining Labour contracts basically saying I will play nice online but many people including Ralph and myself will not be singing any such pledge.
I sometimes get angry online but would say I am not abusive but prception can be varied and biased.
I am a 64-year-old working class woman from and living in the northern city of Hull and locals do tend to "tell it as it is."
Many Labour Party members are wondering if MPs with a bad and it has to be said abusive social media presence will be included in The I Promise To Play Nice Pledge.
While we all have to accept that there are some nasty trolls out there we also need to admit an unevenly handled Labour Party purge this summer has in its own way been abusive.
If the right-wing of the Labour Party want to add a pledge to signing up to be a party member and paying for the privilege it is up to them but is it really another way to remove Corbyn supporters from the party?
If you read that and conclude that Corbyn supporters are abusive read it again and THINK outside of the box.
Like many people I have images saved from social media of Labour MPs, elite like John McTernan and Alastair Campbell and anti-Corbyn party activists being abusive online.
This really needs putting to bed once and for all but take a look at this from Ralph Rea:
At the Meeting of the Preseli CLP Joyce Watson AM for Mid and West Wales made scathing Remarks about Abuse seen on Face book, In which Pamela Grove Nation said was about me.
So the Labour Party purge goes on.
Not so long ago people were proud to be called a Blairite but now it is seen as an offensive tag but surely we are back to perceptions?
I used to work for the NHS as a lowly clerk who came into contact with staff from all sections of the Hospital trust.
Therefore bad language is nothing new to me. People respond angrily to life and social media can be an outlet. Working previously for a GP he kept his own personalised rubber stamp to hand for letters he disagreed with.
It simply said BOLLOCKS!
Perhaps we all need a similar stamp for party officials, their childish pledge and their correspondence?