> Before the newest C++ standeard the compiler didn't know about threading.
Nonsense, people have been using Pthreads with C++ for decades. The *standard* didn't mention threads, but compilers live in the real world and had to deal with what programmers actually do.
You're making a silly leap from "some people don't use threads correctly" to "I wish noone was allowed to use threads." Luckily you're not actually involved in the standardisation process, you're just whining on the internet.
> What we need in general (not only C++) is _not_ more support for threading, but non-blocking APIs and a good framework for writing applications using non-blocking IO.
There are proposals to add such things to the next C++ standard, because the committee realises not everyone programs the same way and that different tools are suitable for different tasks. Maybe you would benefit from the same realisation.