If I'd found any code in the project that was under your copyright, which you objected to shipping GPLv2 only, I would have removed it. That's why I did the search, to remove such code and thus satisfy your objections: there wasn't any.
You also didn't come up with the idea of a "swiss army knife" executable, the first busybox contained gzip/gunzip which already did that upstream (and Red Hat's nash did it too). You never posted on the busybox list once in the 10 years between when Erik Andersen created it and when you started trolling about GPLv3. As far as I can tell, you haven't written any actual code _anywhere_ in 15 years.