Let me explain my position.
You grant yourself the privilege to be anonymous while posting your controversial opinion.
You demand from me to leave your controversial opinion in this forum while the one responsible for whonix.org is not anonymous. You probably have no idea, that this could likely lead the one responsible for whonix.org being liable. Therefore, your demand must be refused.
I was considering to show you a mirror. Telling you, if you step up to effectively take full legal responsibility with your full name or organization for whonix.org, then we can have an off-topic forum where political discussion is allowed up to the extend permissible by you.
Of course this is no serious offer, because such cooperation with someone who is as judgmental and short tempered like you is a bad idea.
I am not sure you met the "incitement of popular hatred" definition by criminal law. It's quite possible.
What I want:
- people are responsible for what they write
- I am responsible for what I write
- protect anyone's right to legally create their own website / forum
- if a thread is too long or unstructured, I don't want to read it - time is limited - and whoever wants to discuss there, so be it
- if any laws are broken, the courts shall figure that out, summon to the service provider delete it, no punishment for the service provider
My political position:
- completely unrestricted free speech
- because in this case unfortunately, your world view gets enforced, not challenged
- because a sensible restrictions (such as no request for violence) open the door for more seemingly sensible restrictions (libel laws, where I can see the point, but where courts have to figure out the absolute truth and with the current workload and quality of the courts, oh well) up to outrageous upcoming restrictions such as Heiko Maas's planned so called anti hate speech laws (where social media such as facebook as to react quickly otherwise they pay millions in fines which will result in a private company to rather delete than risking, i.e. a effective reduction in controversial opinions and further transition into an Orwellian dictatorship)
- Not complying with current laws (which quite likely (even writing "quite likely" shows how messed up this is)) could lead the the one responsible for whonix.org being liable to horrendous pleasantries, financial or worse.
Unfortunately it's impossible to run a technical project as well as at the same time a free speech project. So yes, these political opinions which could be "incitement of popular hatred" or otherwise criminal will not be tolerated.
I am not so much answering you, but anyone interested.