I understand that buddha taught: "The Dhamma should be taught with the thought, 'I will speak without hurting myself or others.'", but don't forget that buddha taught "for it is thus that the Blessed One's following is nurtured: through mutual admonition, through mutual rehabilitation.", too, right?
It is one of the **greatest errors & corruptions** to regard "sankhara" (2nd condition) as "kamma" because sankhara (in SN 12.2) is defined (per MN 44) as the in & out breathing (kaya sankhara); initial & discursive thought (vaci sankhara); and perception & feeling (citta sankhara). Bhikkhu Thanissaro explains this very well in the meditative examples in his book The Shape of Suffering.
I describe his error here: https://buddhism.stackexchange.com/a/24307/10100
Then @Andrei Volkov told me:
Please avoid directly disputing other answers like you did here ("error like @dhammadhatu done"). This has a danger of leading to a flamewar. Instead, imagine that you are writing an encyclopedia article - you would not debate with other books if you were writing an encyclopedia, right? Just stay neutral and objective in your tone&style, and this will lead to better reception by other users and will avoid debates. I just took liberty and removed all references to dhammadhatu in your answer, I hope this did not damage your answer too much.
- Why no one still not notice, what I letting you see?
- Why he can do, but I can not?
- Why no one advise him?
- Why you all look like "debating with the tipitaka-distorter is worst, but tipitaka's fact-distorting is no problem, like encycropedia analysis?
- "We use the same word "error", right?
- And he did it first before I did, right?
- We still see his "error" word, there, right?
- And the pāli that I quote to you is not the same as he wrote, right?
- It is his error, not tipitaka's error, right?
- My evidences from tipitaka are not proper enough?
- His evidences from tipitaka are proper enough?
I don't know your culture, but in Thailand and Burma, tipitaka distorting is the worst one action in buddhist society.