I'm sorry you feel this way. The game is already released and open to the public so that's not what they are attempting to do. The game is more of a community than a game, and is completely volunteer run, all the developers and staff have actual jobs and develop the game in their spare time, thus development is slow.
About the part where you said they ban you for voicing concern, this is completely untrue, and this can be mainly exemplified in the fact that there is an area in the official game forums just for that exact purpose. Also using the abbreviations wtf and lmfao I have never heard of anyone getting banned over using those abbreviations, unless they are breaking a rule, a staff messages them warning them about breaking the rule and they reply with something like "wtf man?" or "wtf, that's gay" etc. not just because they say wtf they don't get banned, it's because they use it when fighting with a staff over a previously arisen issue.