None of your “contros” are valid, because we do not close questions for these reasons. Closing questions doesn't limit freedom of expression in any way (not that Stack Exchange is about freedom of expressions: it's a collaborative platform, not your blog). It doesn't limit changing policies: feature requests and discussions related to possible changes are on-topic and will not be closed. You are not silenced when you express differing opinions; however others may object with their own differing opinions.
You've made a lot of posts on this meta site lately, but you never seem to get to the point. A bit of personal advice: try to look at the situtation from outside eyes. When I look at your contributions here (which is all I know about you), I see someone with an axe to grind — you're clearly unhappy about something — and when people have replied to your concerns, you come back to the charge. You don't seem to take well to differing opinions, and fall back to accusing anyone who has differing opinions of ignoring you. We (meaning I and, I surmise, several other contributors here, but I can't presume to speak for them) are not ignoring you, but that doesn't mean we have to agree with you. If you keep this up, then like the boy who cried wolf, we might start ignoring you.