Seeing as I have a history of being the forum devil's advocate, I'm a little bit more willing to give you the benefit of the doubt about whether or not you're trolling. I haven't been watching the forum all that closely, thus I haven't seen anything that in my mind strongly suggests that your intentions are bad.
You have demonstrated some incredibly poor judgment and have vastly overstated your skill, to the point where I believe you should not give advice to beginners
. You yourself are a beginner. There are ways you can be helpful as a beginner (finding errors in code, doing quick stack overflow searches, linking to the reference or tutorial), however you have also given advice as a beginner that runs counter to C++'s metagame (which we try to reinforce here), and have given answers to questions that are a) incorrect, and b) demonstrate a willingness to make assumptions about stuff you don't know (which now also includes evaluation order, which isn't left-to-right in C++ and isn't officially getting changed until 2017: http://www.cplusplus.com/forum/general/195462/
That last trait bears emphasizing. Let me reiterate. You can be helpful as a beginner, but giving advice on topics that you are not familiar with is not only unhelpful but also counter-productive. Not knowing something is fine. Pretending to know it (especially when you then spread misinformation) is not.
Nobody's perfect in this regard, but you've done this a lot during your short time here, and often defended your advice after it was criticized. Admitting that you were wrong is a sign of maturity. Defending something that's wrong (which, I should be clear, is distinct from asking why something is wrong or requesting proof) only makes the hole you've dug yourself into deeper.
Additionally, you have one of the most artificially-inflated post counts on the forum, what with the number of times you've added something along the lines of "Does that help? :)" in a separate post. I'd like to point out that post count is not synonymous with veteran status on the forum, and that double-posting is frowned upon in every forum I've been to.
inb4 there are bigger fish that need frying on the forum.