This is a continuation to the question: Can a bitcoin transaction from a specific bitcoin address be banned? (via mining pools).
Suppose Satoshi Nakamoto sends bitcoins from one address to another, and some mining pools would refuse to add that specific transaction to the mining block (Considering China has 81% total bitcoin hashrate with their pools combined). However a miner/mining pool adds Satoshi's transaction to the block they mined.
But, other mining pools had a different idea. They would not accept the version of the blockchain where Satoshi's transaction is in that specific block.
Essentially the other mining pools are calling a "fork" where they don't recognize the block where Satoshi did a transaction. Would it be against bitcoin protocol? If they somehow get away with it, considering they have the hashing power, what would happen to the other miners? Would they accept the fork or just go along with it?