Thought-crime is the same thing as actually doing the deed, comrade.
You mean I could get locked up for thinking about murdering you?
And you didn't deny denigrating Pauline Hanson in public so I'll take that as a 'yes'.
If I had the time, and the inclination, I would explain carefully to you the difference between criticising public figures, for which they are fair game, and insulting their appearance or something similar, for which they are not. I will denigrate Hansen's policies and views until hell freezes over, but I will not make insulting remarks about the way she looks or dresses et al.
One day, someone might also try, probably without success, to explain to you that failing to deny something does not equal "yes".
I'm not rude to you, you deserved that label. Hypocrite. When you were strenuously denying that you've ever laughed at anyone's physical appearance you first said "I wasn't bought up that way", implying it was something that was below you. Now you acknowledge that you do but only as a thought-criminal. Ha! Liar.
The topic was, and always has been, public personal insults to people; you may remember ( or probably don't wish to), that the subject was a public insult about the appearance of Gladys Berejiklian. I was brought up, by my parents (in particular, my father), not to do that. However, nobody ever tried to tell me what I could or couldn't think. Unfortunately, we now appear to have "Don's Thought Police" operating, and this means that the lack of evidence is not important - it's what Don thinks that matters, and his major point is that he can use any term he likes because of his unshakeable belief in his own infallibility.