Have a look here (Deleted post, may require 10K rep to view):
Apparently people got tired of seeing the question getting undeleted by the OP, and decided to kill it with spam flags. This is evidenced by the Locked by Community and Deleted by Community entries in the edit history.
Is this really appropriate?
I marked the answer correct that aligns closest to my point of view. I would only like to make a couple of final points:
- The definition of spam is unambiguous. Redefining it for your own convenience is like Bill Clinton saying, "It depends on your definition of sex."
- Part of the larger problem with our modern world is that we feel justified in breaking the rules because the system is broken. That's called lack of integrity. If you really want to help the world, help us fix the system.
- There is no appeal for a question that is deleted with spam flags. By using the spam flag hammer, you put yourself in the position of judge, jury and executioner.
In short, use spam flags wisely.