Which brings us back to what seems to be the source of confusion.
This forum is, again, clearly noted as "a Buddhist discussion forum on Mahayana and Vajrayana Buddhism
." Users come here to find out about and discuss those topics.
Our sister site is dedicated to Theravadan and related topics.
Goenka is more closely related to Theravada.
Therefore, you will be more likely to have a thoughtful discussion on Goenka there.
Many posters here have already chosen Mahayana or Vajrayana paths, and really have little or no interest in discussing Goenka. Many have already found his techniques are not for them. This is the "we"/"you" that you mentioned previously. Can you see that when a poster (you or anyone else) attempts to validate Goenka's technique, there will naturally be some negative responses? It's not personal against you; it's just that this board exists to discuss something else. If you come to learn, and ask relevant questions, say, How does Goenka vipassana technique differ from Vajrayana and how does this affect practice? or some such thing, a useful discussion may ensue. But to come and say, My teacher says this about our
technique and what do you think? - well, you'll get answers from a Mahayana/Vajrayana POV, and they might not be very positive. Does that make sense?
Perhaps you might try to find a Goenka discussion forum where others who are interested in that technique are involved.