, allow me offer a piece of advice - study the Buddhist idea of non-attachment. For example, never get back to disagreements "to get justice" etc. Especially not when you are actually
right. It is better to walk away or just block them. If they blocked you, thank them for you no longer having to deal with them.
Focus on developing productive thoughts with people where it kind of just happens with the flow, naturally. This approach, not swimming against the current, but going with the flow, gives you higher return (intellectual, emotional, or otherwise) at a lower cost.
Some people are likely to stage fights with you and blame you for it, because of your political views. Block them, without giving them those fights.
When I detect a situation with any intentional unfairness, dishonesty, etc. that is not just innocent humour, I block everyone who does it on purpose, systematically, with no exceptions based on how long I have known them etc. - if I determine it is intentional, malevolent.
The justice of blocking is non-attachment. If people want to fight, I do not give a fuck. I block them just like that. Intellectually honest debates are of course another matter, as well as well-intentioned humour, etc. As you know, I really like those.
So, if you are now feeling you have been treated unfairly, it is probably true. So what. Just forget it.
One more thing, you don't have to block anyone, but then you will get more of the experiences that may consume your energy. It requires more active "letting go". Blocking is a more relaxed approach that works for a lazy person like myself.