The community has probably seen my recent meta complaint “Be nice” or protecting ideologies with history of violence from criticism. I am writing this because I had another delete crackdown on my new answer.
What I see here is a think-skinned moderator who takes offense at my criticism of some mainstream scholarship traditions in the Islamic world, whether it is the alienating elements in Salafi ideology (as in the first linked answer) or shortcomings of present state of scholarship in the Muslim world by large that I critiqued in my new answer.
Points that I had made in my answers were based on reasoned opinion based on evident and verifiable facts about subjects for those with some familiarity with the subject matter. goldPseudo seems often irated when I mention a merit in the Shia jurisprudence or Sufi theology and the demonstrably sterile theology of the Salafi school of respect for warring companions and their "don't discuss liberal questions" attitude.
I want to see whether other members in the community, whether from Islam.SE or others share his sentiments because it is always him that is finding fault with my critical answers because my previous meta has also remained a one-to-one encounter.
Is it only me thinking that he is thin-skinned and repressive with frank criticism of egregious intellectual flaws in the mainstream petrodollar version of Islam (or that of other literalistic traditions for that matter including our fellow Shia akhbaris here in Iran) or are there others willing to support his decisions to repress my answers on the pretext that they are "offensive" -- which I find quite frankly ridiculous. Of course, my opinion may "alienate" some Muslims here but unless you can show why my reasoned opinion rooted in a particular theological/juridical tradition is invalid, I don't see why it is my fault that some Muslims may feel alienated.
Postscript: goldPseudo proceeded to delete another answer of mine to this question "Societal progress and Islam [closed]". The question was asking whether there's a link between Islamic doctrine and scientific backwardness of the Muslim nations (arguably on-topic) but it was closed with "no peer-support" given as reason. Regardless of how the close reason was irrelevant, goldPsudo proceeded to delete my answer too! Deleting answers on closed questions is not a rule in SE, so we're left with the above bias to explain another biased decision by goldPsuedo. SE admins and mods must really give this a thorough thought. We are dealing with a moderator who suppresses scholarly views only to protect some Muslim ideologies with a history of sectarian bigotry, terrorism and geopolitical catastrophes from even scholarly criticism of their ideological shortcomings.