I think your position is very clear. You prioritize giving WotC the power to prevent people who create harmful content from using the SRD and D&D material over over maintaining the current open gaming norms, and you trust WotC to determine what constitutes harmful content.except what you are calling a death star is a phaser bank on the Enterprise E. It is powerful and scary, and can be MISSUSED to blow up a planet. It can also save mutliplanets by defending them, or stopping asteroids, or being adjusted with the gleep gloop to stop the wormhole.
I respecet that if they build this tool YOU and others may choose to say "too far"
If they build this tool do you respect that I (and at least some) will say "as long as you aren't blowing up planets it's Okay"
if you are okay with the above are you okay if they use that tool to blow up a rogue planet that is going to throw off gravity in a neighboring inhabited planet, and we say "We told you not to blow up planets... but that was a bad one so okay" will you respect our choice then too?
If after all that they do turn around and blow up alderan (or even just threaten too) and we say "Knock it off, we are leaving we warned you" and they try some feeble excuses "They had stat mods on race instead of background" or some such... I am sure SOME will stay... some will walk. Will you welcome those that walk or mock them for taking longer then you?
Your argument is generally unsympathetic for two reasons. One, almost no else shares your prioritization, because they don't see a problem in the current status quo with harmful content that needs to be addressed and because they viewed the existing OGL as a particularly important good. Two, because a willingness to violate the existing norms by attacking the OGL means that basically no one else here trusts WotC at all, they find the second portion of your position uncreditable.
I honestly can't imagine an argument that will make anyone else agree with your first priority, and I don't see how anyone who doesn't share that particular frame could possibly agree with the second part.