This is bad on so many levels.
I use some script on my web sites but my approach is to not collect personal data so there’s nothing for me to lose, and to not monetize traffic with dynamic ad networks known to carry malvertising. I want people to feel comfortable white-listing my site if they want it to be responsive and mobile-friendly, to see the slider on the home page, or to use the social media functions. I will happily point them to NoScript, Ghostery, Privacy Badger, and more. But the content doesn’t rely on scripts. (Possibly The Odd is Silent does since WordPress hosts it, but I try to minimize the impact, including paying them to remove their ads.)
I would never ask you to enable scripts globally to view my content. And I can’t help but wonder about anyone who would.