I flagged this answer for moderator attention: it suggests aliasing
rm -f which, in every possible use case that I can imagine, is a spectacularly inadvisable course of action.
The flag was declined with this note:
declined - flags should only be used to make moderators aware of content that requires their intervention
What about this answer does not require moderator intervention?
Do we wish to keep here as a textbook example of an astonishingly thoughtless answer? Why would we not want to remove an answer that is a) patently wrong (garnering 10 downvotes) and b) that advocates an approach that is , if not dangerous, certainly foolhardy to the point of absurdity?
Keeping it around serves no purpose, educational or otherwise that I can see. What am I so obviously missing here?