I find myself agreeing with what you say in this post, but I do not connect it with having to harass the OP just because the OP's backstory doesn't fully satisfy your BS-detector.
In the topic that precipitated this discussion, I was instantly suspicious about whether the OP's story was real. And i thought it was cool that some of the initial posts still offered to give advice -- and even cooler that these posts were qualified by statements like, "I don't know if the OP's story is real, but anyway, maybe this will be helpful..." Helpful for whom? Not the OP, necessarily, but for anyone with who might face an odd situation in Taiwan albeit not as fantastical as the OP's. And that's a discussion.
What you have done is make potshots in OTHER topics about the decisions the moderators have done on the original topic.
People roll up to this site unawares...
It seems reasonable to expect that most people who roll up to this site do so with a healthy amount of skepticism. I do and I expect you do, too. At the end of the day, this is advice from complete strangers on the Internet. And despite that all kinds of coolness has happened thanks to the people we "meet" and converse with on the forums anyway.
Bottom line: do not believe everything you read on the Internet -- including Forumosa! (If it makes you happy, I will make that into a t-shirt and give it away at our next happy hour)