"Do not start arguments with operators about the rules or a judgement."
Is it because they are perfect in their judgement or because they can't stand criticism or because they selectively enforce rules to remove people who's opinion they don't agree with?
We encourage you to raise any issues in the proper way (ie admins). This has always been the case even when not written out, and is also the case here on the forums.
Common sense should tell you not to immediately start PMing the person who dealt you punishment demanding answers to questions (that 9 times out of 10 you won't like) or just trying to aggravate/harass - instead you write down your problems and send it to the person above them and sort it out properly. The reason this is put down in a rule is for when common sense doesn't apply. This is in no way a rule to state infallibility of judgements - it's to stop unnecessary butthurt and drama.
It's also been enforced for as long as I can remember on IRC and the forums without actually being a rule. The fact anyone can object to it surprises me.
The rest of your criticisms I assume are based on specific instances that I'm unaware of, so I'm not going to comment on them.