Should answerers strive to remove personal "bias" from answers? Is this a reason to edit the text?
With respect to this answer https://worldbuilding.stackexchange.com/a/81316/13944
Contrast the first paragraph, which is nation-neutral:
The US considered demonstrating the devastating effect of an atomic bomb...
...with the third, which demonstrates an us/them dichotomy and shows the answerer is American.
When we bombed Japan we had the capability to conventionally bomb Japan and were doing so with regularity. Japan didn't have the capacity to fly bombers over the US. The closest thing they had were high altitude balloons armed with firebombs.
The question could be restated as "should answers strive to sound like encyclopaedia articles?" where the author is anonymous and the focus is on the point.
I can imagine that declaring a "side" on some subjects may come across as antagonistic, or may decrease the overall value of a message. Would a Japanese person mentally downrate this answer because it was written by the "enemy"