In one of many message you wrote to the moderators regarding your temporary suspension for repeated violations of the site's code of conduct, you defended the behaviour in question by saying that you believe everyone is prejudiced and holds grudges, implying that accusing people of that shouldn't be a problem since you believe it's true.
As we responded there: you can hold whatever beliefs you want, but when a user defends prohibited behaviour by basically saying it's OK because they're a raging misanthrope, we are going to quite correctly point out that when evaluating users' behaviour on the site their psychological state is not our concern, nor our problem, nor even remotely relevant to our duty to temporarily suspend repeat violators of the site's code of conduct. We are, in short, not professionally interested in the mental state that makes you believe your actions were justified. Name-dropping various first-year college Psych textbook material isn't going to make us more interested in engaging with the life philosophy behind the violations, either.
Was “we're not your shrinks” the most delicate way of telling you to knock it off with the misapplied pop-psychology self-justifications? Probably not. It's a bit shoot-from-the-hip at best. But we're only human, and don't like being repeatedly ignored or having our Voice of Mod instructions on how to behave in the future treated like an argument you can somehow win by playing enough word games. Our patience with such shenanigans has limits.
So to repeat for the umpteeth time: We don't care why you feel compelled or justified to behave contrary to the Be Nice policy. Don't. Don't call people names, don't call people prejudiced, don't accuse people of holding grudges. In short, don't make any dispute over site content personal by talking about the person you are in a dispute with. Stick to constructively critiquing posts, not people, and you will do better here.
And when in doubt — at all — just don't comment. Go do something else constructive on the site or elsewhere in your life instead of indulging in a possible policy violation.
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