You know, I shouldn’t have posted that: your right. I apologize, I shouldn’t be making armchair diagnosis, I won’t do it again.
Saying that, it was meant to be serious, but a tongue in cheek reference to your behaviour here. You appear to view yourself as some towering intellect, that most of your failures are down to the actions of others - rather than yourself, you appear to implicitly demand special treatment - and you want to make a big public show of all your drama.
Your current predicament is mostly down to the first and second points: and your unwillingness to either accept error or learn from the mistakes you make: I believe you were used to lower quality opponents then, when faced with an influx of new members that didn’t forfeit every round: you are unable to keep up with each argument. You are now accepting the same large quantity of debates but are doubling down on the dissmissive semantic arguments that lose track of the resolution that helped you lose a number of debates before.
You can either learn, grow and adapt, and not buy into your own hype just enough to question the validity of your arguments (something that any good debater needs to do); or you can keep doing what your doing: which right now makes you sound like that drunk 50 year old drunk guy at a bar in an Ohio state t-shift who can’t shut up about how he wrestled in college.