That’s absolutely true, as disrespect is a vague term…
However, if a user faces a similar problem, I’d assume law would be on their side and they could contest the suspension by proving there was no evident lack of respect, such as insults or violence threats.
The way wording is interpreted could be widen to other cases related to prohibited content or uses:
Case 314: You are prohibited from posting content which promotes violence or politically or religiously extremist values. – What is the limit between criticism and violence promotion? What defines an extremist value?
Case 283: You agree not to submit libelous, harassing or threatening content – Am I harassing someone if I send a similar message twice? Three times?
That’s what makes legal stuff both ambiguous and fun!
So, I’d say any case applying to censorship could be interpreted by insincere staff to ban users, although in most cases these cases should remain neutral by considering their most narrow meaning.