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Maybe because every couple of months you come around posting the same thing and try to spark some sort of conspiracy theory on why you get banned from every forum/news outlet on the entire internet. LinuxQuestions hasn't even CENSORED you yet, but you feel the need begin your thread as if we have placed the tape over your mouth.
There is absolutely NO reason to censor How-TO's on installing a linux OS, obviously. So good luck getting banned this time around under a new username. I think fewer and fewer people buy into your garbage, especially when you post right on your website about how you've been banned from x and X, and so on.
Please, save your finger tips and post elsewhere or preferably not at all if this is all you have to say.
The original (huge) batch of these was closed because of one simple reason: if you want to post up a how to, that's fine, it's why we have the Tutorials section after all. Simply posting a link (and using a big red font as well) is frowned upon - if the link goes down, we look like fools.