Literally nothing I've said supports your claim. You're either arguing in bad faith or you're misunderstanding what I've been saying.
Technically, this is the first time elitism has been brought up. Yeah, I'm excluding people who refuse to be respectful of others. Is that elitist? I guess it's up to interpretation. Personally, I think anybody is capable of being nice and don't think it's elitist to expect that. But if you think being nice is something only the elite are capable of, then I guess from your perspective it's elitist.
This is essentially a call for anarchy because you don't like rules being enforced because you may not agree with the rules or the people enforcing the rules. I think most people acknowledge that there's a place for rules and guidelines, which is why they're ubiquitous. People generally have the freedom to choose which communities they participate in. Pretty much every community will have expectations and guidelines. This is not some strange concept -- this is how most of the world functions.
Yes, it does create discomfort because it is bigoted language, but you're the one using the bigoted language. You're not speaking from the perspective of the bigot you're discussing (satire) or describing the language others use (like we did earlier in the thread) -- you're adopting the bigot's language to express your own views. There's a clear distinction here.
You're contradicting yourself. You keep agreeing there should be a baseline but then you turn around and argue that baselines are impossibly flawed and that instead, the burden should be on individuals to filter out people themselves so that people can spew all the hate they want without consequence.
It's not a guise. It is an honest belief. I believe that a community built on the expectation of being nice will attract more people in the long run. If you disagree and think I'm misguided, that's fine, but don't accuse me of secretly coming up with a plan to exclude people because I'm elitist, then coming up with an intentionally misleading justification to hide my true intent.
The idea that I'd spend years of my life barely being able to pay rent and not being able to afford the healthcare I need to make a game and then turn around and intentionally sabotage it by excluding huge groups of people is utterly ridiculous.
Toxic people choose to be disrespectful.
Do you go to a restaurant, cuss out the people at the table next to you, then yell "you're making me feel unwelcome!" when the staff kicks you out? Are the staff elitist for kicking out a toxic customer? The position you're taking is absurd.