By Walter Broeckx
As we all know or should know by now, the aaa are not real Arsenal supporters.
They pretend to be Arsenal supporters but they are not. And today I got great proof of this. Because below is the comment that was in moderation and the person thought it would not be published but I did. Why? Well because it is a great example why we cannot consider the aaa as Arsenal supporters.
The comment goes like this:
I know this will not get posted but YOU will see it
Laughing at Wenger and the stupid useless ‘fans’ that put him ahead of the club
You created Wenger FC and Arsenal are dead until that clown gets kicked out of the club for good.
VERY pleased Wenger’s legacy is dead. Not only do I want him gone, I want him to remembered as the failure he is. He will be. Total clown
First remark, this prime example of the aaa celebrates our loss. Yeah that is right he celebrates our loss. No real supporter can do this. So he is no supporter.
Second remark: he uses two smileys. If it had been one, one could maybe try to excuse this as just being a mistyping or so. But no. He does it twice. That can’t be a coincidence.
What this shows it that in fact we can ignore what the aaa write on here because… well why would we be interested in people who clearly are not supporting Arsenal?
Why should we bother with what they say? For here they show what they really are and that is not supporters of Arsenal FC. They are supporters of themselves.
And he is not alone. In fact I removed another one just before I saw the second one with the only comment : ‘LOL 🙂 ‘
Could have let that one also go in fact.
Of course we will no longer publish comments from people like him. Because as they are not supporters and thus what they try to tell us is meaningless in the context of supporting Arsenal. It has as much importance as me going onto a maths forum and announcing that the other people on the forum are incredibly stupid and deluded for believing that 1+1=2.
But the strange thing is that this person calls us ‘fans’ and pretends to be the real supporter. How stupid can one be? He celebrates misfortune of our club as it might harm Wenger. I say might because at the end of the day as far as I know Wenger is still manager of our club. Despite what the aaa have been asking and working for since a few years.
What also is visible is that they live on abuse. No class at all. Just abuse.
Now I can’t look inside the head of any of them but enjoying Arsenal losing a match is something I cannot understand. Because no real supporter can celebrate a loss. But they can, so they are not real supporters.
So what are they? Supporters of other clubs? That might be the case for some. And if that is the case they surely are people who have no real life. Or not an interesting one. Why on earth would I go on to a Chelsea blog after they lost the last chance of silverware and they can only dream of entering an European competition next season? I enjoy what happens to Chelsea and would have enjoyed it even more if they would have kept the aaa favourite Mourinho in place. So it would be a bit of a low thing to go on a Chelsea blog and pretend to be a Chelsea supporter. But some do this on an Arsenal blog.
And people with long memory know that this isn’t the first time this former poster did this. He has previous. So he might well only have a life as being an intruder on Arsenal blogs.
Do they have any real connection with Arsenal? No, that can’t be the case. Because of the smiley’s and the celebrating of a defeat. No real Arsenal supporter would do this. So what are they? Sad people is what comes to my mind. People who need something. Love, treatment, something to fill their lives with?
But if I can go in to the last thing about his comment. The way Wenger will be remembered. Well Mr. Jay he will not be remembered as you say. No, people will remember him as the best manager in our history. People will remember him as the best manager in FA cup history. People will remember him as the manager that managed to overcome the handicap of building the Emirates stadium. People will remember him as the manager who won most trophies for Arsenal. People will remember him as the manager who won most PL titles for Arsenal. That is how they will remember him once he is gone.
How people will remember you is less clear to be honest. Because nobody might remember you at all. Apart from being a sad example on the mindset of the aaa. In fact maybe I have give too much honour to you by writing this. But as this was an excellent example of how the aaa puts their own agenda in front of the team at all costs. So couldn’t let it go.
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