That's a question on a heavily-trolled topic. This site has essentially been under continuous attack from Nazi trolls trying to push their opinions as thinly disguised questions about the Holocaust.
As a result, we do have a standing site policy that questions on that topic will receive extra scrutiny and much less leeway. I'll repeat it here:
Questions on these topics have a hair-trigger for being put on hold.
This goes in particular for new users who don't have a proven
track-record of asking good questions.
In addition, the wiki for holocaust has this in it:
This is a sensitive and heavily-trolled topic (many questions are from
holocaust deniers trying to get people to agree with them) so
questions on this subject are held to an exceptionally strict
If the poster had put this tag on their question (which they probably should have), they should have seen that message as well.
So you can't really use a Holocaust question to talk about how we should be dealing with questions about the history of ice rinks. They are different kinds of questions, and per-policy, are treated differently.
Going forward, I wouldn't be adverse to putting a phrase like that in some of the other related tags, so it won't be as easily missed. It also wouldn't be a bad idea for us to post a link to that site policy on any question that might run afoul of it. That would serve both as a warning to the question poster, and to any users who might be disappointed if they spend a lot of effort answering a question that's very likely to be closed.