I misunderstood your use of the word “good,” you were using that word in the sense of meaning “useful.” That makes more sense given your argument.
No, that is a gross misrepresentation. The tournament rules regarding RNG use that the creator of the game thinks are essential are different to what a large proportion (maybe a majority) of the competitive community thinks. That isn’t because of a blank acceptance of cheating, it is because of a difference of opinion on the whole point of the game and the practicalities of its competition.
When it comes to things like falsifying identity in competition; collusion; coaching; interfering with the opponent’s ability to play and so on, then the vast majority of the community support unenforceable bans and retrospective action. This is because we see a difference between RNG use and those other activities.
Sirlin doesn’t see it that way. Okay. RNG use isn’t very popular anyway even when people ignore his opinion, so that’s fortunate. (It is possible that RNG use is unpopular purely because of Sirlin’s position on it, I’m open to that idea if there is evidence for it.)
Also, if you are implying that I said “if it’s not enforceable then don’t ban it” then that is incorrect. I was very careful with the words I chose because the issues are a lot more nuanced than that.