So... the solution to this problem has already been found, and 30 years ago, and by Moostafa himself. When there is a chronic disparity in numbers between sides, you join the side with fewer numbers. I think the founding principle of J51 is a great one; of joining the underdogs, even if it means 'giv[ing] up the aircraft they have learned how to play on'. Why can't the squadron just do that again, in order so that you can all play together without long waits? Of course, maybe the squadron means something else now, which is fine. Maybe you have such a deep connection to Axis warbirds that you can't bear to fly Allied, which is also completely fine. But to then argue that you are being punished because the server has implemented some very minor balancing, is just wilfully misrepresenting what's really going on. If you've chosen to only fly LW planes, with no flexibility towards the balance of others playing the game, then that's entirely your choice.
As Thom Yorke once said: "You do it to yourself. You do. And that's what really hurts."
I don't think implying that anyone under the age of at least 30 has 'peach fuss [sic]' on their faces does anything does anything for the point you're trying to make, or the appearance of arrogance which you take issue with. You're probably right about the reason the LW is stacked right now. Maybe that will change with the coming of Bodenplatte. Maybe it will balance the numbers, and remove your problem (I hope so - then we can stop hearing about it from all sides). Or maybe it could swing the imbalance the other way. If it does, then I would fly more LW than I do Allied - because it's a game, and it's not fun when the sides aren't fair, and when it's not fun; people stop playing, and when people stop playing - I have no-one to play with.
I'd personally like the server balancing to be more robust, but I think that would upset too many people. So, I'm happy (mostly) with how things are. It's not perfect, but with a tiny game with rarely more than 100 players, it's never going to be.