So you deny this is to avoid helping people violate the GPL then go on the state that this is being developed so that when people do violate the GPL they don't have to answer for that because you morally disagree with the level of penalty that SFC imposes.
According to what I just read you are doing exactly what you claim you aren't doing. By your own words this is being developed so that if "someone" violates the GPL they can avoid infringement discussions with the SFC, or in other words to avoid enforcement of the GPL.
It would seem from this that the original call to have Kernel developer step forward and allow their code to be used for enforcement is a very valid call to the development community as your work is specifically to allow people to use GPL software without having to worry about the legal consequences of non-compliance. IMO there should be a bite to non-compliance, regardless of intent. What the SFC asks is nothing in comparison to the millions you would have to pay for violating the licenses of any commercial product.
It's be really nice is one of the major developers of the Kernel stepped forward.