Well, wikipedia is not a public driven project. It is driven by a limited community of it's editors,
that is for a long time. Wikipedia represent collective and often inconsistent point of view
of a small (compared to society) group of people.
"Playing by the rules" is a favorite game of them. Don't play that game, do not entertain them.
I believe, it is some form of sexual perversion, wikipedism or like that...
Just find another wikipedia editor and he will play instead of you.
This is easy for you to say if you have no clue as to the history of Wikipedia or the headaches that admins and editors on that project have been involved with. I don't care to go into an exhaustive history lesson at the moment, but note that with only a couple of exceptions (that have also turned out awfully for the Wikipedia community I might add too) most of the policies have been created mainly to deal with trolls, vandals, and other folks who tend to do more harm to Wikipedia than good. Harm in this case is destroying the quality of existing content or discouraging other people to contribute to the project.
Are there trollish admins? Absolutely, and the guy who performed the deletion here is certainly being trollish with his comments in this most recent deletion review. Still, I don't see that comment having any impact upon the undeletion.
Have patience young grasshopper. These things take time, and unfortunately it is going to take a very experienced
admin doing some custom work to clean up the mess left behind by other admins trying to salt this article. It is something I could do in about 2 minutes if I had the tools, but I'll leave that to somebody else. I never wanted to be a Wikipedia admin, which is why I don't have the tools.
If this article doesn't get undeleted within a week and moved back as a "regular article", there is a series of increasing actions I can get involved with that will force the issue. There are some admins in favor of "restoring" the article, so I seriously doubt I'll have to pull out all of the stops of Wikilawyering that I can do if I really cared.