I was not angry at you... you just took it that way. Also, your disagreement with the law has nothing to do with whether FANDOM has to comply with it. And I repeat: You did a bad job at defending your opinion.
I've just been around a long time... also, staff and I have a contentious relationship (I tell the truth as I see it about FANDOM which they often don't like)... you'll notice they won't make me a CC admin.
Forgive my intrusion, but I couldn't take my eyes off of you when someoned mentioned you in the forums. You have been constantly seen being complained for harassing other individuals. This is quite irregular for most people and you should see it for yourself as a sign that you might have an attitude problem. The internet is a place where people from around the world visit and could engage in communication. We should all try our best to keep it safe and friendly, and avoid being toxic to other users. Be nice to people who just want to have a nice chat with you and forgive those who made mistakes and do not pressure them no longer. Everyone here makes mistakes and we should encourage each other to better ourselves through positive reinforcement. I get that you may be prone to hate people who have different opinions than you, but in the end, we all have seen life in different ways. Some people haven't lived the same life as you and they have a different view of the world. Changing their views would prove quite difficult and most of the time it ends up in a scuffle, fights, and heated arguments. This is why we should respect each other's opinions so it doesn't turn ugly and our relationship with each other remains civil. I know that you have a sense of right and wrong in you - everyone who experienced difficulties has.
Sorry to jump in here: Fandyllic may come across as rather 'ruthless' in attitude, but that does not breach TOUs. If it becomes a serious problem, staff will intervene.
I get that you're coming from a good place, but these comments only succeed as antagonising the situation (however, the last time someone intervened, Fandyllic did the right thing in not getting involved, but ended up getting harrassed).
A person has to want to change for them to be able to do so. If Fandyllic does not want to change, then that is his prerogative. I've never had any unpleasant encounters with Fandyllic myself - and I don't think it's fair to judge him by the way his comments are perceived.