Coming in, I was about to go into a post about the movie "The Mask" and the discotheque chain "CocoBongo" in Mexico, but now I'm not going to bother.
Considering your latest post, and the trend before it, I can now understand where you are coming from: you must have personal experience, perhaps ample experience, with legalized theft of intellectual property: you could be a graduate student who wrote half of a dissertation before being dismissed, then saw it published without your name in it; you could be an architect that once designed a beautiful mansion but could never sell the design, only to later find photos or your mansion already built and inhabited; you could be a cubicle worker who gets his projects continuously lifted up by his boss; you could even be in the big leagues: working for some big consumer-products' corporation inside their industrial labs, knowing that your contract pretty much states that anything you create during your contract automatically becomes company property, and that you can become dismissed from your own project at a moment's notice.
Who knows, you could even be like me, who's writing a physics thesis that, once applied, could potentially revolutionize the fuel economy of tug, tanker and bulk cargo ships. However, as you know that patent law can be very easily circumvented, you just keep calm, continue on with your experiments and try to not start writing the bitter rant you will hurl at the 2030 shipping industry convention when, rather than give you a cent in royalties from the hundreds of millions of dollars you have earned or saved them, they will give you a medal.
In the end, the mature response is to just keep calm, seek legal advice and keep going. Also, keep your fingers crossed over the possibility that some shipwright could just copy-paste one of your patents rather than circumvent patent law and reverse-engineer it.
And, of course, don't go roaming the internet, seeking perfectly legal companies that you find immoral. Just consider how you look: That's like a gay-in-denial being at the forefront of one of those "traditional family values" demonstrations.
The mods didn't delete your posts because they wanted to "silence your truths": they did it because you were hitting under the belt.
If must really know, my English skills weren't deteriorating. I'm not a native English speaker, which comes to show with my still-spotty usage of idioms and common slang, and my over-reliance on argot.
Shame on you.
Furthermore: I, unlike you, try to check the spelling and grammar of my posts before sending them. I you want to be a grammarian on people, you should strive to be an example.
Shame on you, again.
Even more, instead of accepting that your language was unacceptable, you wrote a bitter reply against the erasure of your posts.
Well, I'm off: my sleeping medication is kicking in.