These are the arguments most often heard:
“There are evil people who buy your coordinates and it degrades the place.” Do you really think a breaker has ever heard of our website in any way? Do you really think he would pay X euros to damage an abandoned building? This kind of person degrades the places near his home (abandoned or not) when he and his crew have finished hanging out in McDonald’s. The risk that one of these people will arrive on our website, buy a coordinate and go for demolish it is like 0.0000001%.
“It’s not a game, we’ve been looking for hours.” Well, if you enjoy looking, good for you, others prefer to be chewed up, and simply enjoy visiting these abandoned places without searching for weeks. The people who make this argument end up buying our coordinates, they have simply taken a blow to their ego by discovering the websites selling coordinates, even though they consider themselves to be “purists” from the beginning. They have spent hundreds of hours looking for urbex coordinates and feel that everyone else should have to go through the same.
“It’s one of the rules of urbex!” Written by whom? Codified in which law? Even in football, it is written that simulation is forbidden, and these assholes spend 90 minutes falling like flies. It is also a rule to respect our environment, and even a vital duty since we owe our lives to our environment, and yet nearly 70% of wildlife has disappeared in the last 50 years. You certainly eat meat, you’ll probably have two or three kids as stupid as you are, you have no awareness of the world you live in and you come to moralize about an ethical rule on urbex?