How do you stop a moderator when they have so much power? they can literally destroy you in an instant, so what can you possibly do?
Let's have a short recap of your deeds:
you post several questions which are poorly thought and a poor fit for this community
said questions get closed and downvoted, resulting in your profile being automatically blocked from creating new posts
trying to act smart, you delete the blocked profile and start again from point 1. I have lost count of how many of them you have dumped
you are told by many users what's wrong with your posts, you are addressed to the help center which explains what we do want and don't want in questions, but you insist in the 1. 2. 3. loop, showing disrespect for the community and its rules
since you are playing tricks to avoid the system and its checks, a moderator has to step in, because you keep asking low quality and poorly conceived questions, in addition to openly disregarding the difference between main site and meta.
Update on Nov 18th: After having read this answer, you have posted a now deleted apology turned out to be fake like a 3 $ bill, considering that you have kept creating throwaway accounts used to post low quality posts or plainly derogatory.
If you had wanted out of this, you would have stuck to one profile, you would have bear with the consequences of asking poor questions (blocks included) and improved your question asking by listening to what other users tell you. You can't expect a different outcome from the reiteration of the same behavior.
More often than not, conflicts can be resolved by talking to each other.
- If you would like to talk to a moderator 1 on 1, go to chat, open a new chatroom and invite the person in question.
- If you prefer to handle the matter in public, post here on meta. Describe the situation and ask why the moderator acted the way they did.
When that does not work for you, and you seriously believe that a moderator abuses their power, then you can escalate the matter to the Stack Exchange community team by using this contact form. But keep in mind that using worldbuilding stack exchange is a privilege, not a right. And that privilege is granted with the expectations that you will use it in accordance with the site policies. You are expected to follow the guidelines explained in the help center. When you don't, then the moderators have the duty to remove you from the site, and the community team will not intervene. So please don't waste their time.
You don't like the site policies of worldbuilding stack exchange? Then you also have options:
- Create a question here on meta where you make your point why you think a policy is counter-productive and how it should be changed. When the majority of the community agrees, then you might actually achieve a change.
- Start your own Q&A community.
Hope one of the other mods notices
I thought the power ceiling is low, I was wrong
I thought people got mod powers after reaching a certain rep, But it turns out that is wrong. Mods have to be elected but then have no term limits. So if you are elected once you are in for life, barring major action from other mods or SE. All moderators have the same abilities, and rep doesn't matter. So as long as less than the majority of moderators don’t abuse their power things should work out. Though, it turns out that "majority" of mods is just two mods. So yeah, if you get the power there are few people who can hold you accountable. However if you make an appeal here, where one of the two other moderators check, people will be held to account. I think.
I though the power floor is higher than you think, I was also wrong
According to Sphennings
A single user's vote will have 0 impact unless there is sufficient agreement with other members about a particular course of action.
So don't bother voting, that won't really change things. Only Meta posts really matter.
I thought the number of mods was high, it is actually really low
There are exactly three mods, HDE 226868, Monty Wild, and L.Dutch
L.Dutch and Monty are pretty active on meta, visiting I think about a few times a week. HDE 226868 visits meta once a week or so. So yes, any two of them could try to pull something, but it would take at maximum about a week for the odd man out to figure out something is up. So if an issue occurs, you can just send a message here and one of the three people should notice.
If all else fails, contact SE exchange directly. This is a small team so it is understandable.