You seem to have a problem putting yourself in other people's shoes. If you were honest with yourself, you would admit that you don't like to be criticized, and you would understand that neither does anyone else. Criticism creates resistance, not cooperation.
Jesus put it this way, "Have salt in yourselves, and be at peace with one another." (Mark 9:50) Sadly, it seems that you and "real one" haven't learned what Jesus meant.
Contrary to the disposition of "real one" toward others, Jesus was known as pleasant and easy to get along with: "And all were speaking well of Him, and wondering at the gracious words which were falling from His lips." (Luke 4:22) What falls from the real one's keyboard are unpleasant and haughty accusations, not pleasant and gracious words.
Though you fail to understand, the apostle Paul clearly understood what Jesus meant. That is why he wrote: "Let no unwholesome word proceed from your mouth, but only such a word as is good for edification according to the need of the moment, so that it will give grace to those who hear." (Ephesians 4:29)
He also wrote: "Let your speech always be with grace, as though seasoned with salt, so that you will know how you should respond to each person." (Colossians 4:6) Nowhere did Jesus or the apostles encourage the use of irritating language such as "real one" is fond of using.
Hopefully you will change your view, but at this point I'm starting to doubt it. It is a very sad thing when someone takes it upon himself or herself to condemn others when they don't see 'the rafter in their own eye.' (Matthew 7:3-5) Ironically, you and "real one" want others to change, but you don't seem to realize the need for yourselves to change in order to be more like Jesus.
If God's spirit was guiding "real one" we should expect him to display the fruit of the spirit which includes peace, kindness and gentleness. (Galatians 5:22, 23)