Instead of an answer to my question I got this:
We're writing in reference to your Mathematics Stack Exchange account:
Moderation on this site is not perfect, we know. We, the moderators, are far from perfect, we also know that. Sometimes we make decisions that you may disagree with, sometimes we are wrong, and sometimes we just can't reveal the whole picture because of user privacy rules.
It is true that when you disagree with the actions of moderators, complaining on meta is the right way to go (another route is to contact SE directly and file a complaint with them). Having said that, your meta post Short answer turned into a comment by moderator is absolutely not the way to complain about moderation.
Getting angry is natural, venting your anger is reasonable, but aiming it, publicly, at the moderators is absolutely unacceptable.
Your account has been temporarily suspended for 15 days. While you’re suspended, your reputation will show as 1 but will be restored once the suspension ends.
Mathematics Stack Exchange Moderation Team
If the moderators felt offended by my post why don't delete it and eventually send me a warning?
Well, when you have the suspension tool at hand maybe it's easier to do things like this.
Let me say that I also felt offended by the way you proceeded, and by your constant disrespect for high rated users who dare to question your methods.