A Gather member with the initials R.A. (Gather often prefers that we not name people, so I'm not) recently published an article directed at his detractors. In a comment on that article, he mentioned that he would welcome constructive criticism, or tips on how he could do a better job of writing.
R.A., I rated your article, and would like to offer some constructive criticism on it.
I gave this a 7, based on the quality of writing and the content. Your spelling and grammar are generally decent, but I would minimize the use of ellipses (the three dots together).
As far as the content goes, I think that the evidence available doesn't back up all of your statements. For instance, you say that many complainers never comment on quality content when it is posted, and I would say that's not true. Although you don't name names (in line with Gather policies), I can say that I have posted quality content and had people widely considered to be "complainers" comment on it. I have also visited quality content and left comments, and have seen others do the same while I was there.
Also, you contradict yourself. You say that you don't care about the ratings, yet you complain about people leaving low ratings on your articles. I do agree that many one ratings are given where they should not be, and that people who do so are silly. But why complain so vociferously about it if it doesn't matter?
In general, I found the tone of this article distasteful to read. As far as I can tell, it does not even respond to any particular recent event that you are upset about, so it looks more like you are just trying to stir something up. It's extremely negative in nature.
If you would like to improve your writing on this subject, here are some suggestions:
Give a balanced view. Write about various different viewpoints. You can still emphasize your opinion, but when you acknowledge the viewpoints of others, it makes your argument stronger.
Research, and back it up with facts and/or quotes. You could compile some statistics about how many complaint articles have been published, or what ratings certain articles were given, or quote some comments received.
Use good logic, rather than contradicting yourself. Make sure you can back up your statements -- for instance, if you say that certain people have more than one account, do you have any evidence for that?
Offer some positive alternatives in addition to complaints. What would you like to see happen? How can we all make things better?
I have read writing of yours in the past that I enjoyed very much. However, I don't think that this one is among your best.
I hope this is helpful; please let me know if I can be of any further assistance.