Yes! We've had this in the past. Every time certain political topics are brought up in chat, the moderator's iron fist descends on me! But now there are two or maybe three of us apparently trespassing political red-lines. However the political red line is guarded and legitimized by appeal to accusations such as "hatred" or "propaganda"!
So I wish people could look at the deleted conversations between me, Avicenna and GreatBigBore in this chat room so that they would be able to verify for themselves how legitimate goldPseudo's charges against me and other involved users were. I want to know where we've been particularly "hateful" or spreading "hateful propaganda" in our conversations.
Like I suggested above, it seems to me it's more about preserving the mainstream political narrative than the civility law that goldPseudo often appeals to, to justify his repressive decisions when users like me make statements that are not popular with the political establishment in the West. So I cite here what I asked him directly in chat and request clarifications on this:
@goldPseudo Is there an unwritten, undeclared law in SE to ensure that users' stated opinions fall within the mainstream political narrative favored by the political establishment in the West? If there's such an SE law on political correctness, let us know, otherwise throwing out unqualified accusations of "hatred" at people simply because they disagree with the mainstream can itself be contested by charges of "hatred" and "discrimination against minority", not to mention that at least with regards to 9/11, alternative theories are not even "unpopular". Today the official 9/11 theory, is the most unpopular theory.
goldPseudo responded to this question by chat suspension for the two of us. I think he thinks his decision no matter how unfair would be supported by the SE admins, so he can just proceed without caring to even look legitimate in his actions. Is it because of the reason I quoted above? That SE prefers to suppress legitimate opinions simply because they are unfavorable with the mainstream political narrative? If yes, doesn't that make SE politically biased? And finally, what is the right course for users like me who disagree with SE's undeclared political bias? Would it be like "Just shut up and go away! You're a trouble maker here because of our political sensitivities!" or "No, you can enjoy our site but you have to conform to our political orientation regardless of how legitimate yours are in terms of evidence and reason."