You may ask yourselves why I have suspended for 365 days. Before being suspended, when I see that a user was suspended for 365 days, I thought that they must have made some extremely offensive action(s) like insulting some religious beliefs or insisted on violating some critical Stack Exchange rules like having sockpuppet accounts to vote their posts. But, now I see I was wrong; here is a real counterexample to such a fallacy:
I have never violated the Stack Exchange code of conduct or Stack Exchange written rules. Most of my posts were wrongly deleted, so I put them here so that people themselves can judge the validity of my claim.
Now, you may then ask why I have been suspended because of posting such things. The answer is easy. I have been suspended because my posts criticize the community (a few active users on Meta) mainstream such as their insistence on posting **obviously off-topic [fun things][https://meta.stackexchange.com/questions/tagged/fun] on Meta.
Although I reported such an abuse to the community team, please note that it was already expectable to be useless; if you are here, especially the main chat room of Meta, for a while and know that how moderators are selected here, I think you know why that was useless.
In other words, facing obviously-wrong policies on Meta, I had two options: shutting my eyes to such policies (as almost all people here do) and neglecting the future of Stack Exchange, or expressing my opinions to help to remove a major threat to the future of Stack Exchange; I chose the latter. The community team also had two options: handling my appeal fairly, or preventing anything threatening the future of their friendship with a few people; they also chose the latter. So, due to choosing the latter options, a 365-days suspension (which is approximately equivalent to a life sentence) has been imposed on me.
Finally, in the future I plan to encourage broad-minded people to develop and run their new community by themselves. Until then I strongly recommend you to not waste your time here and to boycott Meta Stack Exchange (and also encourage others to do that by asking them on your social media pages). #Boycott_Meta_Stack_Exchange