Well, first off: you should delete your account if you want to relinquish control over everything you've posted, wish see it all anonymized and disassociated, and don't wish to have any of the privileges here that your reputation grants you. Because that's what deletion actually does. If you just want to stop using the site, closing this browser window is a much more expedient way to do that.
Moving on, I'm saddened to see this is still happening. Last I heard, you'd both been bickering here on Meta, resulting in moderators having to delete several nonconstructive comments and the invalidation of a fair number of down-votes. Votes which, I should note, went both directions.
"A bunch of rude comments" turns out to be about 7 comments out of 40 or so posted elsewhere. In one case DVK was chided publicly by a moderator for being rude, which seems to work against your argument that mods won't say anything to high-rep users.
There's absolutely nothing wrong with bringing a disagreement here to Meta for resolution; that's one of the purposes that Meta is here to serve. It's generally considered impolite to "call someone out", but if you feel your behavior is being discussed behind your back then that's a valid concern - meta discussions relevant to a specific post elsewhere should have a link in the comment discussion there.
Frankly, I think you've both been a bit too passive-aggressive about this whole thing. DVK didn't need to take offense in the first place, you didn't need to retaliate, both of you should've just dropped it after being warned the first time instead of swapping roles and starting over again.
I suggest you get a nice hot cup of tea, relax a bit, and then jump into chat and try to work out whatever's bugging you. Invite a moderator in to moderate if need-be.
And then get back to actually discussing these topics honestly instead of using them or interpreting them as thinly-veiled attacks.