Cool. I think Magnus' conduct - and the fact that he has this orbit of disciples and much of the chess world is unwilling to call him out - cheapens what positive outcome there may be, and this appears to be the difference between us. Even if he may be right, I can't just excuse all his histrionics as being above reproach.I think those two things are unimportant, I don't care about them. I think his actions seem to be on the side of what's good, so far. And that's good enough for me.
But hey, we know from cycling that we have different viewpoints on how much peoples' personal conduct away from their vocation should impact our stance on them within their vocation, so I'm happy to agree that Magnus is probably right to call out Hans, disagree on interpretation of Magnus' conduct in doing so, and leave it there.