Craig Wright has a theory about why almost nobody will capitulate to his demands to be worshiped as Satoshi Nakamoto, the creator of Bitcoin.
Standing on the wrong end of a multibillion-dollar lawsuit, he believes that his persona has led to attacks on him personally, as opposed to the ideas he has presented to the blockchain space.
Wright and others are firm believers in on-chain scaling. Wright proposes a more extreme version than most, with 2GB blocks already activated on the mostly vacant network.
Bitcoin Cash is not necessarily opposed to larger blocks, nor are they opposed to looking at other scaling solutions when the time comes. Both projects generally view the reluctance of Bitcoin to simply raise its blocksize as a failure of governance and technology.
In any case, Wright believes that his detractors employ specific fallacies in their hatred of him. He believes that, for the most part, people take issue with him, and transfer that issue onto what he views as his legitimate claim to be Satoshi Nakamoto.