I do not think such nonsense is worthwhile. If I did, I would comment on your difficulties expressing simple ideas. "I offered an opportunity of how statements like slavery being banned can be stated." <-- you did no such thing, you proposed a new property (bans) after I proposed the property "banned in", then freaked out when I asked you why you preferred the active voice.
I understand English is not your native language, but this is not an excuse for saying things like "5 is 1 not N," as though that should be immediately comprehensible to anyone reading. Writing so poorly is not spending a "reasonable amount of time trying to explain the issues".
It's as you wish... we can be explicit if you wish about my perception of your incompetence too if you'd like. Or we can try to understand one another and be respectful and help explain things where necessary. We *have* moved the question closer to a solution (for slavery). As you may have seen I created the item "ban of involuntary servitude" (borrowing ArthurP's suggestion about reification). I used your suggested ("in jurisdiction" -> US) as a qualifier when I assigned "instance of ban of involuntary servitude" to the 13th amendment of the US Constitution, because that part of your communication was clear. When you are clear, you see, I listen to what you have to say.
We are still no closer to a solution characterizing the general predicative relation for which I suggested creating the property (banned in) ... but a work-around structure now exists for slavery thanks to this new item (ban of involuntary servitude). This probably begins to address the fact that until now apparently WikiData could not provide a list of dates when slavery was banned around the world. That was one of the goals of presenting the property proposal concerning "banned in", but by no means the only one. If you wish to help improve the descriptive capabilities of Wikidata, I look forward to your continued participation. If instead you want to assert your skills in ungrammatical sentences, I think I'll pass. SashiRolls (talk) 21:50, 21 May 2020 (UTC)