I have never said anything about clicking my own ads or telling someone to do it. Google changed the rating from "Low maturity" to "Medium high", at the same time they said that the app contained "graphic violence" which itself should result in, if I read the rules correctly, a "High maturity" rating. Whether I think that is wrong or not, is not interesting. I just have to abide by their rules whether I understand them or not . However, it will be hard not to receive another standardized threat mail from them since I don't know why THEY have changed the rating to "Medium maturity" when, at least when they themselves say that it contains "graphic violence", should be "High maturity".
I have received some of the answers I asked for. I would perhaps expect a little more friendly tone in doing so like blackcrypt mentioned, but all people are different, so I just have to live with that I guess. In all, both of you have given me more of your efforts (time to write etc) than I would expect, so I thank you for that.
I can understand that Google wants to get rid of those automated spam like apps generated by different web based app creation tools. In my case, although having a simple idea for a game, this is not the case (I believe in simple ideas because with more advanced games you won't bring your mobile up in the subway, bus etc for a quick game). The graphics alone have taken some time to create, then the "development" using Construct2 (which I by the way is very impressed by and also by the helpful community here) and on top of that testing the app, getting kids and adults (=my wife ) to review it, getting their opinions on what to alter etc.
Despite of this, it is a bit worrying if Google will demand "quality". What IS quality? Do they have a set of rules for what "quality" is or is it up to the specific reviewer at Google? This together with "Blocking unknown sources" in the Android OS, is to me quite disturbing, yet I can do nothing about it. I can just conclude that it's time for the authorities to have a look at how companies act. Hmmm... This is EXACTLY what the EU is doing.
No matter what, this is completely another discussion.
Thank you for your thoughts and your input.