Sometimes, it's time to cool your jets1, take a chill pill2, and perhaps eat some crow3 along with a side of humble pie4. As Elsa sang in Frozen: Let it go5.
This is an awful lot of fuss over one moderator decision. Your vote was overturned, and you felt it was your duty to bring a perceived injustice to the attention of the community. But you've had the floor6, you've made your case, and the community has made its judgment.
After several comments in the past week or so, I'm afraid you're starting to sound like a faulty car alarm in the parking lot. You're making a lot of noise for no reason and it's starting to irritate people as they walk by.
In a previous comment, you tried to lecture me. You said, "I think you have misunderstood what SE model is." Sorry to say this, Rathony, but I don't think you understand the SE model quite as well as you think you do.
There have been over 600 meta questions posted on ELL in the past 3-plus years. I sorted them by votes. Only 14 of them have a net total of 30 votes or more. And five of those were written by me.
On the other hand, only 14 of them have ever had a net total of -7 or less, and four of those were authored by you.
It's time to wake up and smell the coffee7, it's time to get real8. The Stack Exchange is not looking for self-appointed barrack-room lawyers9 to enforce rigid rules, particularly in a community of learners.
Funny thing is, when I look at your activity, I agree with most of it. You could be a pillar10 of this community, if, when you found yourself in the midst of a disagreement, you would just learn to be a little more tolerant, and to speak a bit less abrasively to others – if, when things didn't go your way, you would learn to be a bit less bellicose, belligerent, and belittling, and be more encouraging, accommodating, and uplifting instead.
All this hullabaloo11 is becoming a waste of time. I wanted to stay above the fray12. Still, I thought that if I packed enough cliches and idiomatic expressions into this answer, it might still be of use to the learner.
Learners, enjoy the footnotes.
1 The OED says the phrase "cool your jets" means to calm down or become less agitated
2 TFD says that "take a chill pill" is an idiom meaning: to calm down; relax
3 Wikipedia says "eating crow" means to admit wrongness after taking a strong position
4 Cambridge that "eating humble pie" means to admit you were wrong
5 TFD says that "let it go" means to stop worrying about something
6 Macmillan says "have the floor" = be speaking in a discussion or debate
7 "Wake up & smell the coffee" means become aware of a reality, however unpleasant
8 Cambridge: "get real" means someone should try to understand the true facts of a situation
9 From Oxford: a person who likes to give authoritative-sounding opinions on subjects in which they are not qualified, especially legal matters
10 WordNet 3.0 says that a "pillar of sth" is a prominent supporter
11 A "hullabaloo" is a commotion or fuss
12 TFD indicates "above the fray" means uninvolved in a particular argument