In the new user profile page if one enters a user page of someone that only received downvotes in the past few days, instead of that you see a note:
It makes me feel a lot as if Jim Cunningham is taking charge of the UI, and tries to get everyone "go towards love".
It makes me mighty suspicious, as a person, to see this. If someone was downvoted, I want to see it right away. I do not want to have to click through this as if this is some embarrassing secret.
The new user page, this specific message, and the previously failed attempt to have a contest between sites most of which prefer the site remain in a relatively small scale - all make me very suspicious about SE.
Of course all my suspicions are ridiculous and 99.99% untrue, but they are still there. I am feeling as though SE is becoming a little bit Big Brotherish in the sense that we are being accustomed to some doublethink here. We are required to develop a sense of criticism and critical thought process (which is even more essential for mathematics) and at the same time we are to make things prettier - hide the little problems, the downvotes, ask a lot of questions even if it is ultimately counterproductive to this site (in my opinion).
My point, all in all, is that this should not be the way to do things. If a user has been downvoted and lost 6 reputation points recently but did not gain any - I should see that. If the user lost 6 points, but gained 10, I should also see that.
I should see that right away. Not just to see positivism and whatnot.