>>>Besides, you lost a ton of credibility when you post this statement:
We're discussing issues, not specific websites. Leo's a well respected contributing member. For the purposes of discussion you will have to take his word for it. What is under discussion here are concepts, not specific websites.
Keep in mind that Leo mentioned a particular website as a jumping off point for an observation that led him to initiate the discussion. The discussion is his assertion that OOP doesn't exist, and that what you are seeing may be something else. The website that caused him to think about this is besides the point. No need to limit the discussion, broaden it.