The people at support and the volunteers in the forum have a solid record of being helpful and kind to those who are seeking genuine help.
WordPress doesn't delete blogs willy nilly for no good reason. If yours was deleted it must have violated something in a big enough way to warrant deletion. Many of us reference other posts or news articles all the time and can verify that WordPress does not delete blogs for that. Your "referencing" must have been on a scale that is considered copying. Perhaps you should spend some time researching what that means. As someone else pointed out, copying posts is a quick way to become hated and complained about. Perhaps someone you "referenced" made a formal complaint about you?
WP makes their terms of service readily available, and yet people still try get away with what they shouldn't.
I've read the thread over again, and don't see where anyone has disrespected you. If you mean you've been disrespected by having your blog deleted, then you should take responsibility for obviously not reading terms of service before you wrote the pages you've lost. With the many blogs on WP, the onus is on us to know where we stand before we start. If you bought a cabinet and proceeded to build in without reading the instructions only to realize you've made a mistake in the building process that has ruined your cabinet, would you blame the company... or yourself for not reading the instructions they provided?
Thumbs up to the folks at WP and all the forum volunteers.