My question here, which is "Why does the Manusmriti have verses discriminating against Brahmins?" is being voted to close because it is "opinion based".
Comment from Pandya: "This sounds opinion based question."
However, this question asking if "Hinduism is a bit partial to kshatriyas" is not closed as opinion based and is even highly upvoted.
That made me wonder why god or whoever created us would say something like that? I mean killing or beating any living being is a sin, then why is it written explicitly for Brahmins?
Sometimes I feel like all the scriptures written by Brahmins are biased toward Brahmins?
This question got highly upvoted (whopping 12 gross votes). So, such comments are acceptable on this site.
So what is wrong when I write comments like this in my question?:
This is discriminatory and against human rights. Why is the scripture so unfair to Brahmins that it prohibits them from having a simple beer?
Sometimes I feel like all the scriptures are written by Shudras and are biased toward Shudras.
Are these anti-Brahminical interpolations?
Then this question asking about the "Manusmriti as a source of controversy" is clearly opinion-based and also received no downvotes and only upvotes.
Then this question asks if "some verses of the Manusmriti are added later". Interpolation can't be answered from scriptural citation so it's an opinion.
The question "Is it permissible to deny the authority of the Manusmriti" is opinion based, and is highly voted.
The question "Does the Manusmriti go against the Vedas" is also opinion based, because if I ask "Do the Shaiva Agamas go against the Vedas?" it would quickly be closed as opinion based.
Even my own question asking if the "Manusmriti was written to favor a particular class" was highly upvoted and not closed as opinion based.