I feel partially responsible, having written (a) the back-translation, and (b) an even more out-there answer to the Translation Golf game than the one you wrote. I fear my answer may have been the act that triggered the deletions. Maybe my provocative back-translation played a role.
The dark stuff I was writing (e.g. one version of my answer, which was only live for a short time, included the phrase "Heil Hitler," used sarcastically) was coming partly from my frustration with the Monica Cellio incident, and partly from frustration with that sad topic being used as the text for what is normally a lighthearted, fun game. You probably recall that I voted to close the question, with a public comment below the question that explained why.
Weirdly and inexplicably, when the hit man, employee @jnat, deleted my answer and yours, he (I say "he" judging from the photo in his profile) also deleted the comment I had written explaining my vote to close. Fedorqui has told me that jnat is fluent in Spanish -- but I'm still concerned that my back-translation may have made your answer appear more provocative to him.
The two things that have been bothering me the most about the Monica Cellio incident are
People of all stripes and opinions have been reacting in a split second, going zero to sixty, leaving no time for reflection. I understand -- heck, they're angry and their fight-or-flight response has been triggered. But this zero-to-sixty pace doesn't allow for the time, reflection and communication needed for conflict resolution.
The head honchos, whoever they are, who are crying "Off with her head" (in case anyone doesn't recognize it, this is a quote from the Queen of Hearts in Alice in Wonderland), are providing no public explanations of their positions and actions, and are providing no date for providing public explanations.
Guifa, this is a small site. It means a lot to those of us who participate here. It wouldn't be the same without you. If you feel bitter now and need to take a break, I'll understand. But I would like to ask you to allow yourself some time to see if some healing is possible. Rather than going zero to sixty yourself, I invite you to show all the hotheads out there what it looks like, when dealing with outrageous behavior from others, to take to take a few deep breaths, walk away for a while, and take some time before deciding definitively on a particular action.
(With difficulty, I've been working on learning to do that, in my reactions to provocative behavior from one of my children, who has Tourette Syndrome, and in my reactions to outrageous behavior on the part of teachers and administrators who have, basically, tortured the child. I've been finding that it really does help to step away and then come back to address the problems with more equanimity.)
I don't want the role I played to result in your being gone for good.
And wouldn't that amount to letting the folks who set off this firestorm win?