We are banning you on sight because you have violated the Forum Guidelines on posting under multiple ID's many times over.
If you wanted to have a discussion, you could email Percy and ask if it would be possible to have your priviliges reinstated, i.e. the proper proceedure to follow, instead of continuing to violate Forum Guidelines.
But what does it matter? You've stated that you will continue to act in this fashion regardless of our actions, so I don't see why I shouldn't keep banning every last ID you register even if it does slow down the conversation somewhat. Anyway, this thread is as much for other interested members as it is for you.
I note as well that MrJack did not call you any names - he called you unreasonable, which I and probably most of the members here would consider an appropriate description. Even if it could be considered slander, MrJack does not have your record of blatently disregarding the Forum Guidelines. He would be warned to be polite in future rather than face suspension.
Can you think of any reason that we should excuse your actions and allow you to continue to post on EvCForum? Despite your opinion to the contrary, your views have nothing to do with your suspensions - so please do not bring them up. Examine your previous postings, and consider whether the moderators actually have due cause to ban you based on your behaviour.
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