So OK, so far this is not a question per se (rather than a statement) it's quite difficult to give an answer but let me mention the list of thing that are, as to me, important, regarding this issue.
- Any moderator - not just me - literally any moderator - can either delete the question or put it on hold. I'm deleting questions in extreme cases - moreover I'm doing it on a more and more rare occasions actually.
- When I'm putting a question on hold, that actually means that I have strong, very strong doubts about whether this particular question belongs here or not. The opinion of all the other moderators (as of now it's only @Quassnoi actually) is important and crucial to me in this cases. The voice of community is as important as well. Quite often, after I'm convinced, not only I'm reopening the question but sometimes editing it to try to improve it.
- In fact, talking of moderated-related activity the majority of actions from my side are editing the title (gosh, people way too often are not specific in titles at all) and converting to comments some answers that are, well, comments.
- The rest of the time I'm enjoying Russian SE just like all the others, asking and answering questions. When I like question or answer - I upvote it (as of many of you answers actually but whatever) when I don't - I downvote it. That's it.
In your comment you've mentioned two questions. Let me give you a response regarding both of them, but first, I strongly encourage to follow the same policy on meta as on regular SE site - seek for a single answer. Examples:
- I want to discuss why this particular question was closed. (Actually your very first question is an example of such approach).
- I don't like how this particular moderator is serving to this community. What could be done in such situation? (see how it differs from an open letter format?)
Now, as of question "Это вам не это" - actually it've been reopened and edited before you question on meta.
In short, tend to ask one question per post, tend to edit your question so that it will be always obvious what answer you are looking for, raise your voice when you don't believe that particular action was not fair.
Hope that helped.
PS I'm leaving an answer about "vedic" question in the relevant post.
PPS And well, thank you for being active member of community.