So what's another good reason for Nintendo to not stock Amazon US with any hardware? Or for that matter what's a good reason Amazon US would have to not make anymore money off selling Nintendo hardware?
I find your argument that Nintendo had a history of doing exactly what I said in the past, but they couldn't possibly do it again kinda silly. As I stated before, my guess is just a guess based on Nintendo's past. It's been going on for months and not one single gaming site appears to give enough of a shit about it to actually ask.
Seen in light of that experience, talk about Nintendo still "bullying" and "strong-arming" retailers is ridiculous. They're not always easy to deal with, but they are always no-nonsense, friendly and professional. The worst thing they do is to refuse to sell to you if you break the contract, or if you owe them money and don't pay. You seem to have a very strange view of the business, as if it's some kind of playground where people are good or bad and plot schemes and mischief against each other. "Acting like children"... gimme a break.