I'm very disappointed to read this.
I'm more disappointed to see this post full of inaccuracies and judgemental loaded phrasings in a thinly veiled attempt to make a purely political decision look like it was based on technical or otherwise inevitable facts. I would have had more respect for you, Manfred, if you had simply come out and said "I'm not adding it because I'm in the small-block / Core camp and consider Bitcoin Cash our enemy. Period. Deal with it."
Reading complaints of "unprofessional" and "unethical" behavior, which are not only debatable but also freely intermingling the actual currency with independent wallet and exchange providers, all while you readily support a long list of seemingly every alt under the sun, some of which I'd consider much more unprofessional and unethical than Bitcoin Cash, makes you look hypocritical and intellectually dishonest, Manfred.
I came here to see when I could buy BCC via Bisq. Doing so, I take strong exception to your characterization as a "gambler to make quick money". I see Bitcoin Cash as carrying on Satoshi's original vision of a Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System, while it is Core's vision of a limited-throughput settlement layer for off-chain solutions that arguably changes Bitcoin into something very different from what I had enthusiastically embraced several years ago. As such, I believe Bitcoin Cash has a bright future. I'm in it for the long run and looking forward to more mainstream adoption and the day when I can buy things and pay bills with it. You may disagree on that, but I can tell you with absolute certainty, that no one in the Bitcoin Cash camp "has the goal to hurt Bitcoin". That is not what Bitcoin Cash was created for and by saying such things you put yourself on the same level as a pitiful Reddit troll. I had thought more of you, Manfred.
The question for me is "What now?" I still want to stock up on some more BCC/BCH (I don't care what ticker it's listed under). I also still want to do it in a decentralized, more private way. But no dice. The only decentralized exchange with volume won't let me for silly political reasons. I could just go to a supporting traditional exchange. There are more to chose from every day, even Coinbase changed their stance recently.
Or, hmm, perhaps... isn't Bisq itself open-source?