Regardless of the matter, please do not anonymize certain users if you are going to address them by the implications of the questions. If that's Papiro you have in mind say openly that you have Papiro in mind.
This is not a good way to discuss matters, since you are observing one user's behavior and trying to generalize it to all other users with another terrible, terrible system called Honeypot which is shifting from hereditary monarchy to only elected monarchy which is again nothing but a monarchy (since you have to agree with the majority of the closing votes). I don't know why this is even considered as a system in the first place. But one of the amazing feats of TeX.SX is that if someone comes up with a solid argument, previous opinions and their owners do respect the right(er) argument and change their mind with an impressive attitude almost always in a fun way. What this SO honeypot thingy is offering is to kill that feat and obey to what the top guys think.
You are for example closing questions too fast occasionally (I don't need to make a case for it anyway, which is again my point because I'm addressing you directly) but I don't need to ask a question and say should we introduce another review system with a time limit etc. because that would be wrong. Well, instead I propose that we quit using the review system completely because the system is broken in every aspect and amplifies conflicts but not because of your or a few other users.
My opinion: is that we have enough site reviewers (maybe too many lately) and everybody is imposing a certain way on the newcomers which is not good at all. A mild consensus is OK but pushing new users around is not good with the automated welcome scripts and other stuff. Maybe we don't need to welcome the new users that much. Maybe we were better off with occasional pushes if needed.
If we need to talk to Papiro then we ask a moderator to invite in the chatroom, instead of calling in the indirect mod-hammers to punish.
Papiro is just an example, I don't care too much about this review nonsense to be honest. The more reviews we do, the worse the newcomer experience becomes. Because this thing is taken a little too seriously. We might need to leave the new users alone for a while. They are not stupid per se and are not in need of strict guidance. They are just new and that's about it. If they stick around they get the main idea by screwing up a few times and that's OK too. It looks terrible when a user slightly makes a mistake and 4-5 nannies jump on the new user for fixing this and that, oh image is wrong oh your name is not needed, oh that thing with your thanks is not ok. That's SO uncool.
And if Papiro gets the juice out of this thing, then fine, let him/her do it, we all have weird addiction to this nice place. As long as it doesn't get in the way it's ok for me (which doesn't mean that it's ok for everyone else just for me).