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It is because you are emotional and do not understand what people say you continuously keep changing.
The biggest blessing in the Deen of Allah is ISTIQAMAT and Allah Ta’ala grants it to people whom Allah Ta’ala loves. In the absence of ISTIQAMAT, a person changes like a leaf in blowing wind. ISTIQAMAT means remaining steadfast on your mission and what you perceive to be the most important factor in the face of severe hardship and difficulties.
Anyone can do Dawah when things are good, and if there were no difficulties it would not be a TEST from Allah Ta’ala. Jannat is not a cheap property which you can own, you need to pay for it with your blood and sweat.
If you CANNOT tolerate one Muadh Khan what Khilafah are you inviting people towards? You cannot even deal with a single Ummati and your goal is to tolerate millions and help them UNITED under the banner of Khilafah?
How is this possible with your behaviour when you are not able to rationally deal with a single person?
This is the concern of Ulama with all Khilafah Da’ees? They cannot even organise Khilafah on their 5 ½ foot body but they wish to implement Khilafah on over 7 billion Muslims?
Nabi (Sallaho Alaihe Wassallam) and his Sahaba (RA) were abused, beaten, tortured in the name of Deen and you lose temper, abuse, insult and degrade people when you have the mission to call Muslims towards Khilafah?
Imagine if Nabi (Sallaho Alaihe Wassallam) and his Sahaba (RA) came across Muadh Khan and just hurled abuses and then left? Is this what Allah Ta’ala wants you to do?
The problem is your Nafs! It is too haughty and too arrogant to know its errors so it lashes out like a wild beast at everything.
You have no actual powers, just imagine if you had any powers! You would kill us and slaughter our children in front of our eyes. Right now, your anger and frustration is limited to abuse but may Allah Ta’ala protect us from “your” Khilafah if you had any actual powers, there will be blood in the streets and babies laying in the streets with their throats slit from your anger.