How do you call someone who turns to force to impose their view?
That is how I call you, and I think it is time for a change.
Consider how SE works:
You are the one that built a platform -- thank you for that.
We are the ones that produce the content.
We try to do so freely, democratically, out of our needs, passion, and interest.
You are the one that profits economically on the content that we create -- thank us for that, maybe?
The issue with this balance is that you structured the platform to give yourself absolute ruling power, and while pretending to allow us some freedom and democracy, you haven't hesitated in showing it to us on multiple occasions. I do not think it is a healthy relationship when you can push your agenda on the rest of us, and we can barely write a complaint to show our disappointment.
Regardless of the specific topic of the particular abuse, the issue is that you took no significant action towards a change. There could have been many things you could have done to improve our relations:
Separate your activity from ours. You do that one thing that you know how to do, and that is to build and maintain the platform. We freely and democratically organise ourselves, elect our representatives, and contribute to our shared knowledge.
Give us the full power to undo the effects of your abuses and to veto any further action that you may wish to take on members of our community, and on its content.
Open any decisions that may affect our participation in the platform to referendum votes, as it is done in all respected democracies around the world.
Accept that if you wish to partake in the community, you may do so as any other user with limited privileges unless elected to a position of power by the community itself.
You have done nothing of it, and that is where the line is drawn. All the rest, apologies, promises, chit-chats, mea culpas, and excuses... they are just cheap words in the air.
More action, less talking.