I most certainly have offered explanations concerning the eternal punishments of Hell. You simply choose to ignore them or dismiss them out of hand as irrelevant. I explained how many Saints of the Church have said that the degree of punishment in Hell, is proportionate to the degree and number of the sins committed by a soul. God is always merciful in His Judgement of souls.
I have also explained that the souls who go to Hell are never sent there by God, but freely choose to go there because they do not want to be with God. They believe Heaven is repulsive. They would suffer more in Heaven than they ever would in Hell. God loves them, but if they choose to separate themselves from Him, and prefer to spend all eternity in Hell, then He will not force them to be with Him in Heaven.
But, you simply refuse to give up your belief that God would have to be a horrible ogre if the punishments of Hell were eternal. You make God out to be the bad guy. You like to think you are the only one that really knows the mind of God, because you really want to believe that Hell is only temporary and God will make it all go away in the end. Do you know who really wants you to believe that more than anyone else in the world? Lucifer. If he can convince people that he doesn’t exist, then he’s free to roam around and entice more people to sin. Because, if they don’t believe he’s real, they won’t protect themselves. And, if that doesn’t work, he tries to convince them that Hell is only temporary, so nothing they could ever do will keep them from eventually getting to Heaven… someday. That reminds me of something… Wasn’t it Cinderella who sang, “Someday, my Prince will come!”? Get it? Cinder-ella? Fire? Someday…? “Prince”… of Darkness? No?
You insist on calling me an “infernalist”, but I think that title might just fit you much better than it does me. In the end, spreading your ideas will be much more likely to cause people to spend all eternity in Hell than mine ever will. That would make you the real “infernalist”, wouldn’t it?