Your anger is misdirected here. You clearly feel that you have been wounded by some prior experience with Christians who did not give you what you would regard as a fair hearing. Now your bitterness spills out toward others who have done you no wrong whatsoever.
Also, you may not have noticed that no one at this thread has defended the trinity doctrine (though many of us believe it). This thread is not about that doctrine. It began with a post inquiring about the grammatical analysis of a single passage. Neither the original post, nor any of the responses, introduced a defense of the trinity. Apparently due to your obsession with condemning that doctrine, you simply derailed the thread to discuss what seems to be a theological hobbyhorse.
You tell us that we will not find trinitarian churches that tolerate people, like you, who disagree. This has not been the universal experience of all, though it apparently has been your experience. However, you might consider that what they find intolerable about you is not so much your doctrine as your spirit. It is hard to imagine any mature group of Christ-loving people finding such bitter interaction tolerable in their group for very long.
As Backwoodsman said (above) there are forums galore online that cater to contentious people who can not restrain their anger. I am guessing you are lonely in your beliefs, and crave interaction. I suggest that you set as your goal for such interaction the standard set out by Paul:
Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but what is good for necessary edification, that it may impart grace to the hearers. Eph.4:29
Before responding to people (especially if your response is intended as a corrective) you would do well to discover what they believe. You began by attacking Paidion as a "trinitarian," which he is not. You made several reference to "your own creeds." I don't know if anyone at this forum follows any creeds, but if they do, they have kept them out of all theological discussions here, and I doubt that many (if any at all) who post here care very much about creeds.
I have not addressed you until this point because I wanted to hear you long enough to discern what it is you believe and where you are coming from. If you had followed the same cautious policy, you would have written far fewer words (and no exclamation marks)—and you would have used your keystrokes to better purpose.