Plus, IRL, there is NOTHING in tounnaments at least as much as I know that prevent people from talking during a tournament match. Only Magic the Gathering enforces strict rules on that and you can recevie a yellow card, but I believe that is unfair. My 2 cents.
I won't disagree with anything you said except for this. I've run eight IRL tournaments and I've been very successful. If you did any of the stuff you said in this thread, even the stuff I don't mind online, I would just kick you out of all of my tournaments. Maybe I'd warn you first, but maybe I wouldn't.
The tournament organizer has complete authority over what happens in their tournaments, and my tournaments have an atmosphere that I've worked hard to start and maintain. Everyone who has ever showed up at any of my tournaments has been super-friendly which is a lot of why they have been successful. My main objective (really my only objective) is for people to have fun so I will quickly end something that I think takes away from that.
But online is a different beast. The whole point is that you get automatched with people you don't know, so eventually everyone is going to run into someone they don't like. If I was in the right mood I might even enjoy what you have claimed to say here but you can't really expect everyone to like you.
You may not believe it, but there are actually people out there who don't even like me! Ridiculous, I know, but it's true.