Gu is one the reasons why I like MTF. He isn't politically correct, so what? This is a internet forum, a place where people come to have fun, not to have some serious bullshit where you can't post (although without going too far) what you think. For that, we have real life, our problems, where we need to be Mr. Right or the whole world is coming after you.
The mods take MTF too seriously. This is a forum for people have fun. If I wanted to visit a place where nobody can cross the line without getting punished, I would have joined the army. I understand that some lines can't be crossed (racism and any other kind of discrimination) and as far as I know, Gustavo never crossed that line - unlike several members who did and continue to visit and post in MTF without any kind of problem.
Gustavo can be sometimes harsh and annoying, but he is far from being a bad person. He is also nice, a good buddy who has simply a strong personality and likes to have an opinion on every subject. He is also one of the few intelligent persons in here that understand that this is an internet forum, not the United Nations with the protocols, the fake smiles and the "Yes, sir" guys. This is MTF, a place where people discuss tennis on a passionate way.
The only crime Gustavo can be accused of is having a heart and not having a weak personality, being able to step up and say no to some of the "untouchable" persons in here. Punishing people for loving tennis so much that in the heat of the conversations they say something politically incorrect is killing the community.
People just take the Internet too seriously and want to create a whole new personality, different of the one they have in the real life. Gu is what he is and I praise him for being like that. For the ones that wanted to be like Gu and end up hiding on MTF, get some attitude. But not here showing who's the boss. Do it in real life, where it REALLY counts.
And yes, I stopped playing TT (although I may play Shanghai) mainly because I don't feel like part of this community anymore. It's just too strict for me.
Gustavo, you have my support!