Because you seems to choose to ignore name calling on me simply based on the ground that i dont agree with you.
This is name calling:
Simply some people are just too lazy to think.
Just a simple note for reminder in case somebody never learn to read properly.
You are allowed to disagree with anyone you want or to have any opinion that you want. Having a right to express an opinion though doesn't mean that you are free from criticism if you say something that you don't agree with it, nor does it mean that you are free to call people names when they point out an error.
The fact i am stressing on is the use of medication helps and it is more important to use it as preventive rather than remedy.
Although I agree that it can help, but I will also that it can also mask symptoms and has side effects (which may affect everyone) and that acclimatization is more important. It also can give a false sense of security. No doctor, experienced climber, etc, would disagree with any of this. You seem to claim that medication is just as important (or even more so) as acclimatization, at least that's what it sounds like; You probably going to hear a lot of people telling you that it is not important for the medication, proper acclamatization is the key. The thing is, they know too little about altitude sickness. Maybe there was something lost in the translation/language, but I and others certainly thought that you made it sound like medication is as or more important than proper acclimatization.
You still haven't stated which mountains you have climbed and your experience.
PS: you choose to mention regarding mount fuji and said that it is not a norm. then i wonder what do you call as a norm?
A norm or "general rule" in your own word is what most people do on expeditions. For example, stating above 7000m, one would require artificial oxygen implies that everyone would need it above 7000 meters. As mentioned many times, expeditions using oxygen at 7000 meters are extremely rare (even on fully guided expeditions). This one isn't simply a matter of opinion, but is a true statement.
Besides this you are doing yourself no favors in trying to call names or trying to argue proven points rather than just opinions. You also seem to try and twist words or opinions about what people are really saying. Perhaps it wasn't intentional and was a language barrier, so maybe I'll try and be more lenient.
I was going to just ignore your post, but posted the above, just as a friendly and final warning to use please use caution/discretion in your post.