And this [there IS no God1] is the only statment that can be made when questioning a Supreme authority. Since the authority cannot be questioned because it makes the Supreme Diety less than Supreme, All a skeptic can essentially do to help his plight is to proclaim the impossible: Knowing that God doesn't exist; just as you have done.
Yes, "there is no God1" is the only judgement i can pass on a God1 assuming he exist, since if he exist, he refuse judgement per definition. HOWEVER a God2 does not refuse judgement, since whatever he say or do is not, automatically, right. He may still have created the world, inspired the bible, sent jesus to die on the cross, and he may still give some of us eternal life, though.
The fundamental statement i think you make is this: IF the yahweh-character in the bible exist, THEN HE MUST be a God1 and not a God2. You wrote:
To catagorically preserve your option of judging, you must by necessity digest the unknowable statement : "there is no God".
This would seem equivalent to saying: Saying Yahweh-from-the-bible is a God2 is the same as saying he does not exist, but i think that is wrong. Do i understand you correctly?