Rules are rules, I wholeheartedly agree. A forum is a place for conversing, and an Inter forum is a place where Inter fans from all over the world should be able to come and harmoniously post, cheer, celebrate and even weep together, however, there are times when there are disagreements, so fair rules have to be implemented. These rules are fair, we can all agree, and then we have a certain user. A user who knows the rules from the opening capital letter to the final period, so he doesn't break them. But instead, he goes around them or uses them as a wall, stands right in front of them and attacks but still remains safe.. A few years ago, he was labelled as a cancer to this forum who disrupted harmony and was exiled, but eventually he came back.. seemingly different at first, but with time returned to his old self.
At this stage, I have not even said his name, yet 99%, hell 100% of you know who I am talking about. At first I was merely going to make this a private message to Handoyo, but this is just not my issue, there are users who feel the same. He knows what he does. He provokes people to wrath, ignores them and then these people receive infractions all the while he walks off free. He even mocks the heirachy of this forum, yet nothing is done. What's even more amazing is how is insults Inter and then claims to be stating facts.
Here are the FACTS, the Mods have banned Milan and Juventus fans for less than he's done, and today we have him celebrating the goals that we concede. (This isn't a bad thing, but he knows full well the reaction that his celebration would have prompted.) And this is what concerns me. We are expected to come here and maintain the rules, but it's really hard to do so, when we have a guy who is supposedly one of us, trying so hard to anger us and get us banned.
Ignore him, you may say.. that would do what exactly? It won't change the fact that he will keep doing what he does and members will continue suffering. I am not asking you for a banning as he hasn't broken the rules per say.. I am asking for him to be warned, please. It's not fair that we are so often provoked and so harshly punished when our breaking point is finally reached.