I recently answered a question relating to events during WW2. My answer was based on extensive research I and others have done into post war claims and accusations made against the Germans which were accepted as factual at the time. Since then much research has been made into those claims and has found them to be unsubstantiated and with no solid evidence to back them up. Since then a huge effort has been made by those supporting those claims to suppress public discussion and debate on them and to persecute those who have published their research. My answer was based on that research and my own but was deleted for obvious reasons. How can you run a skeptics section on a questions and answers site that allow people to suppress factually based well researched answers by deleting those which they do not agree with?
On this questions and answers site we expect all answers to provide links or pointers to solid, verifiable evidence -- especially if your answer goes against commonly accepted history.
In particular, Nazi revisionism is (for all I know) anti-historical, and hence completely inappropriate here. I might be wrong, though.
If so, edit your answer, provide reference from respectable historians and "flag it" or comment on it so it can be reinstated by a mod.
Please in the future don't assume that moderators here do their job based on political bias. I've been accused in the past of being liberal, conservative, nazi, communist, etc. It isn't nice.
You say that:
People delete answers they do not agree with for political or religious reasons.
Then going on saying that:
My answer was based on that research and my own but was deleted for obvious reasons.
You are claiming that moderators delete posts because they go against their religion and political affiliation. That is absolutely wrong and I have never actually seen this type of behavior from any moderator (or even members) from Skeptics Stack Exchange.
Instead of arguing against the deletion of you answer and show that the evidence you provided in your answer is valid, you go on with "false accusations".
I hope that you realize that "false accusations" (or groundless accusations or unfounded accusations or false allegations or false claims) will make your argument weaker. Also, you should realize that all moderators here are well bred.
Conclusion: With all respect, your claim is ridiculous: deserving or inviting derision or mockery; absurd.