I received my first black belt in 1974 as an adult, so I was breaking wood before you were even considered, much less conceived. I know little about you or where you are “coming from,” but if you have read all I have to say on the web site, then you know where I stand on the martial arts.
As a “true” black belt, you must have been taught the role of respect and humility in the martial arts, or maybe you missed that class. You win discussions and influence people by using facts, reason, and logic. If you possess any of those attributes and wish to continue a discussion of breaking, I will be glad to join you in the discussion.
Where did you find I accused all schools of being fraud? On the page What's the Truth I state:
You cannot always believe what you see and hear in the world. This includes what you see and hear during demonstration by Taekwondo "masters." Some of the things you see are true feats of skill that were developed through years of intense training. Some things you see are merely illusions. When you see something that first appears to be possible even though it seems to be impossible, be skeptical and make sure what you are seeing is really the truth.
What about that statement shows dishonor to true martial artists. In the What’s the Truth page, I explain how to recognize breaking frauds. All the topics in the breaking selection of the site explain how breaking should be done. I inform students of the facts and so they are able to make their own conclusions as to what is real and not real.