I don’t like Denuvo, Sony or rootkits, but, FTR: that reply was written by a regular user, and someone with mod status found it funny, only to realize their mistake later.
While there are many IMO valid reasons to not want Denuvo, or other intrusive DRM, in one’s games, in discussions like that, there is invariably a band who thinks is OK to make hyperbolic, out of this world, BS claims.
That group also bears responsibility for undermining more level-headed arguments against Denuvo, because they make it conveniently easy to misconstrue the latter for the former. That group is the target of the irony, and in that light, I am inclined to agree that a community is better off without those types.
Those who take some barely relevant comment, made in jest, out of context to turn it into something to take offense about, and overblow it to the sky and back, weaponizing it against some game studio, are the trolls using strawmans and other underhanded tactics to create a crazy, unhealthy divide between players and makers of games.
The game looks pretty ace, BTW, and it’s good that Denuvo was canned.