I don't know where this meme comes from. Kalyx did not hack the website. This was not some elaborate plan. This is what actually happened:
Appleman1234 never changed the email address or password on the control panel for the VPS on which lainchan.org is hosted. He should have done so immediately after purchasing the site. When he needed to log in to the control panel (after seven months of not having done so once), but couldn't, he requested a password reset, which was sent to Kalyx as it was his email that was still listed on the account. If Appleman1234 had changed the email and password as he should have, the server would have never been reset. If Appleman1234 had taken backups as he should have, the website would have been restored immediately. I guess no one knows this because Appleman1234 is embarrassed to admit his gross incompetence.
Disappointed with the decline of the website following the sale to Appleman1234, which he now considers a mistake, Kalyx used the password reset email as an opportunity to log in and reset the server. It was a protest of what lainchan.org had become since the sale of the website. Nothing more. Nothing less. Perhaps he wouldn't have done so had he known that Appleman1234 was so incompetent as to not have backups. So despite what you say, Kalyx is not exclusively responsible for the loss of content on lainchan.org. By comparison if our server were reset, the website would be back to normal in less than an hour. Barely anyone would even notice.
To suggest that the reset of the server was related to the creation of this website is to suggest that we knew ahead of time that Appleman1234 didn't change the password or email on the hosting account, that he didn't take backups, and that he would send out a password reset request to Kalyx's email account. Even if this were somehow magically possible, why would we only begin working on this website weeks after the reset had already taken place? After some of our staff made a genuine effort to help lainchan.org recover after the reset?
In a way we take it as a complement that people are convinced that the two events must somehow be related. I guess they can't believe how so little could change in the seven months following Appleman1234's purchase of the site, how little progress there was after the reset of the server, and yet we could somehow create and launch this entire website in about a day. If anything that is a testament to the amount of bureaucracy at lainchan.org.
tl;dr: If we knew ahead of time that Kalyx could reset the server and wanted to nefariously use this to our advantage, we would have made this website before, not weeks after the reset. If Appleman1234 had changed the password and email, all of us would still be on lainchan.org. Think about it. This is not some elaborate conspiracy. This website is a legitimate response to legitimate problems with lainchan.org.