Does the system allow for banning users who engage in disruptive behavior of the following nature;
User doesn't like the use of a particular tag. Instead of bringing the issue to notice on meta, user tries to fix the issue themselves i.e., take matters into their own hands. User doesn't believe in community voting, arriving at a consensus, etc.
User doesn't like certain type of questions they read on the site. They find the content objectionable even if the questions don't break the Code of Conduct. Instead of flagging or coming to meta to discuss the problem with these types of questions, user now asks mock questions on the main site to show the problem with the other questions they don't like. Other users who also don't like the original questions now upvote these mock questions.
What can be done with such users?
Can they be temporarily banned from the site to prevent them from doing this over & over?
With regard to mock questions, can the 'rude or abusive' flag be used since technically it's an abuse of the SE system? Are mods of this site going to honor the flag?
This MSE post says:
What makes something rude or abusive and when should I flag it?
A post should be marked as rude or abusive (formerly known as offensive) if it contains hate speech, obscenities, abuse against people, or abuse of the community or system, i.e., a clear violation of the be-nice policy.