If it's permissible under British free speech laws, I think it's permissible here (unless it's to other posters). "I think (x) should die in a house fire" = fine, as it's an expression of opinion. "Somebody should set fire to (x)'s house" = not fine, as it's incitement to violence.So if Graham Linehan read this topic, the wish that he died in a house fire would not cause any problems whatsoever?
I think he's planning to accuse people of being hypocrites for objecting to him 'self-identifying' as a lesbian in spite of the fact that he's plainly doing it in bad faith, following which he will declare victory before sloping off for a cry-wank over Jojo Siwa.Why has he done it? Is he trying to make a point?