Edit: Just adding a little something to clarify that post.
I'm not making fun of Socialists, I don't care about the politics.
Yes, the person is asking kind of nicely, except when he comes for a second time and sound way angrier...
Problem isn't the way he asks, but how unreasonable his request is, seeing the situation.
I can go to the meatman and ask him nicely to remove his merchandise, because seeing meat makes me uncomfy, but would it reasonable?
So asking a 1000 people crowd to remain silent and then freaking out because, well, it is just unrealistic for such amount of people not to make noise, looks ridiculous to me, that's not inclusivity, that is craziness, but yeah that's just my point of view.
I'm not having fun about people suffering from public anxiety there, I know that it's a horrible issue to live with.
Just that, to me, some people didn't understood how to handle that inclusion concept.
Sure it's a good thing to adapt to others, but it has to be done in a feasible/realisitic way.