Please help me understand: Why did a Moderator respond this way after declining my flag?
Background and facts
Because of my continual perceived unpleasant and negative interactions1 with @Ward, I thought of a way perhaps the interaction might be improved. Therefore I viewed his profile and his posts and reviewed this answer of his.
What I had hoped to achieve was not accomplished because @Ward rollbacked his post to a previous position. I then downvoted and flagged the answer
it is very low quality, selecting from the 5 choices available to me.
A moderator declined my flag.
Repeating their response:
declined - flags should only be used to make moderators aware of content that requires their intervention
I am confused.
it is very low qualityis one of the options to select when flagging an answer, why would a moderator respond in this manner because it left me with the impression I shouldn't have?
- And why wouldn't they intervene in an answer that has been flagged low quality and even a cursory view of the answer - reads like an opinion - shows that it is of very low quality?
Please help me understand. I am thinking that the one who needs to answer here is the Moderator who took the action.
cf. @Ward's answer: But if you actually read the text of the flag you cast (his emphasis).
Summary Church teaching and therefore answer
Advances in technology have now made it possible to procreate apart from sexual relations through the meeting in vitro of the germ-cells previously taken from the man and the woman. But what is technically possible is not for that very reason morally admissible. - cf. My answer.