It just feels like you're too quick to judge everything as completly good or completely bad, when in reality it's just not that extreme. The thing you don't understand is that I have standards. It's not as if I would allow things on one level, and then allow them to escalate incrementally. I might allow something minor, or might forgive someone a number of times, but there's a level they could go to where I would give them an ultimatum.
I can't even comprehend this reaction of yours. I know there's something wrong with your interpretation, but your reaction is to something so vague and broad that I can't even see it.
It's not reasonable for you to say this. You don't even know what the foundation of the judgment is, and you have no way to know whether it will change. You can't just go around saying that every choice that was not made according to some idea you have of how choices should be made is going to have a bad outcome. You don't know enough about the situation.
I'm sorry, but I don't think I can talk to you anymore. I hope someone else explains this, because I can't reach you at all. I want you to understand so badly, and you're just not moving from this unfair interpretation. I don't know if you're making sense in some other context and I'm just not able to get you or what. The whole situation just makes me feel stupid. But you don't have any right to judge what I do according to these weird personal archetypes of corruption and perfection that aren't even related to reality in a way I can comprehend.