What you see in the main picture is the stereotypical clone customizer, he's a he, young, probably has horrible grammar, spelling, and owns a scribbled on clone. While that's what some clone customizers or clonetards (as some rudely call them) are like not all of them.Most custimizers are actually good MOCers.
About this creation
Here we see your average custimizer putting a lot of work into a custom clone trooper. Instead of just madly scribbling he puts time into his MOC.
Once finished he uploads his MOC. While most Star Wars builders do ask for comments, they usually have good spelling and grammar and can produce amazing MOCs. Most of these MOCs are shunned though because they are made by 'clonetards'.
Despite the insults thrown at them at the end of the day they still stubbornly keep on customizing.
If your a customizer in good standing then why put up with these insults? Join us at united artists and fight against these injustices. http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/9511
As I've said elsewhere, I am ambivalent about the practice. I can understand it, having done a little customization myself now and then. Let's face it, Lego minifigs ARE limited, but that's because it's not feasible to manufacture wide varieties of appearances and expect to make any money. I don't blame them for that, though. I am not above painting lipstick and arched eyebrows if I need a female fig in a Moc. What I, personally object to, are the endless "Mi awsum", "Yr awsomme" and so on and so forth. A clone with a few lines drawn on is NOT "awsum". Sean Kenney's sculptures; now THOSE are awesome. If a poster wants my attention, and my comments, then don't give me this "clonespeak". Sometimes it takes me longer to translate the description than it does to view the Moc. Another thing that bothers me is when a commenter will, instead of commenting, merely ask the Mocer to come look at his work. That is incredibly rude and indicative of the worst kind of Mocer, one who doesn't care about what anyone else is doing. If he or she wants comments, they should give comments. Okay, I'm stepping down off my soapbox now.
True, some are good, but I think the reason so many are shunned despite quality is the quantity. There have been WAY too many clone MOCs. It's overdone and has lost any appeal it has (at least to me). I think if people are going to keep making clone MOCs, they need to be EXTREMELY good, or very different and original. Otherwise, people will brush them aside as "just another clone MOC".
While I'm not big into Star Wars MOCing myself, I have watched MOCPages on this subject, and I think what you're saying through this MOC is very logical. I myself put up with this problem (though it's on a very minor note) about System MOCists views and opinions towards Bionicle MOCists - just because you saw a few mangled, jumbled-together, extremely unnoticeable set-mods, produced by people who sound like they're jumping on their keyboard rather than typing on it, does not necessarily mean that all Bionicle MOCists are this way.