Are these questions posed from a broader "why is the world in general like this?" kind of wondering? Or is this petty curezone-related crap?
Some of the questions don't make any sense without a context given or a more detailed explanation... You might want to elaborate on these:
1) "If we are the yoga of us, why then do we become the antithesis of ourselves..."
2) "Why is it difficult to own dissension?What do we have to be thankful for?"
And some seem either WAY too general to give any worthwhile answer, OR are curezone-related:
1) "Why are rules enforced for some and not for others?"
2) "why is disrespect allowed by some but not by others?"
3) "Why are there rules that the rulmakers themselves do not follow?"
And the rest:
1) "Why would one want to disrespect?"
Ego and dualistic thinking. But by "disrespecting" (by this I will use the definition "intentionally trying to insult or cause emotional harm") another, you're causing far more damage to yourself than the other. Too bad people are oblivious to such a simple truth.
2) "Why is this world a place of such limited thinking that one cannot own themselves?"
Why is the ego of such a limited thinking that it can own anything?
3) "Why is ugliness butted up against truth?"
Ugliness is true. Beauty is true. Both of these statements are false.
4) "Why do others hurt and belittle in order to seem right?"
Ego and dualistic thinking. Limited perspective. Arrogance.
5) "Does the action of belittlement make the other larger?"
Yes, from the perspective of the ego. The ego feels strengthened, it becomes bigger and feels more powerful. In reality, it makes the one doing the belittling smaller. As the ego strengthens, you become more and more confined and limited in what you think you... are. Of course, a developed ego can also be a useful tool in developing awareness, but you have to have clear eyes first. Most do not.
EDIT: Minor rewording