Answered directly in your second post about this.
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Hive didn't airdrop attacking stake. It wasn't anything personal; there is no KYC. stake in an attack position on steem was not qualified to receive the airdrop on Hive

This issue suggests that the mistake Hive made was considering attacking stake, and the moral action is to consider which people should be considered enemies. Blurt gives up any moral high ground it was claiming to have if it decides to pick and choose who is an enemy and remove that individual

Also - wasn't the fact that Steemit/Tron/Justin are getting their stake the whole purpose of the regent account? If you remove these, but keep regent, you're just swapping one benevolent dictator for another AND doing the airdrop from a snapshot that came weeks after steem was successfully attacked