You have been automatically blocked from asking due to a number of badly received questions. This is not about the last question in particular. Also, there is nothing we can do about it. Only you can change this.
To learn more about the automatic question ban and what you can do to lift it, I would like to suggest this help center article.
Essentially, you will have to work on your existing questions (deleted ones do count as well, so deleting a badly received question does not help) so that they are better received and you reach a certain "score" which automatically lifts the ban and allows you to ask questions once again. How this score is calculated and where the threshold lies is not known to anyone but the developers so that the knowledge cannot be exploited.
Circumventing the question ban by using sockpuppets (other accounts of yours) will lead to suspensions since the ban is supposed to change behaviour and circumventing interventions by using socks is against the rules.
Philip addressed why you were blocked. I'll try to address why your question is bad.
Here is an excerpt from your question (as currently formulated):
Is one of these two more correct than the other and why?
(1) A statement can be true and unprovable.
To any user on this site who is familiar with your post history it will seem that you're asking this in bad faith. That's because the standard answer to (1) is "Yes, because of the first incompleteness theorem", and because you have expressed disagreement with this many times on this site. Nothing inherently wrong with your stance on the matter -- but this is why it seems that you're asking this in bad faith.
It's possible that you're not asking this in bad faith even though you're aware of the incompleteness theorems. But if you're looking for a more in-depth answer then your question is too broad to be a good fit here. In that case you should try to narrow it down.
A second problem is that your post is very unclear as a whole. You have a quote from Curry, but you're also asking about something independent from what Curry says. You mention intuitionism based on a comment from a user, but then don't say how intuitionism is related to your question. In general, it's just unclear what one paragraph has to do with another in your post. If you want your question to be readable and clear to others, it's best to make the connections explicit.
Finally, you keep editing and changing your post, currently about 12 times over the course of an hour. Some users may find it annoying and react negatively to your post. It's best if you formulate your question clearly before you post it. If you find that you constantly need to edit your post, that's a sign you should take the time to work on your post before you post it, or before you post a subsequent edit.