Seriously, how many of you fuckers take every sentence as literal as possible, ignoring the fact that sometimes people exaggerate and/or twist the facts? Reading comprehension goddamnit, reading comprehension.
Now, I'm not saying that I'm some sort of genius in the english language. I do, however, have more common sense than the average /a/sshole. There are times when people exaggerate and/or twist facts in favor for their argument. There are also times when people are at loss for words, and decides to use an example for which the literal meaning is not important, but only the basic idea of the example.
>she treats everyone else like lesser beings.
Here, we can assume that when the person posting this wrote it, his argument was NOT that Noe believes that every other person except her, her brother and Shin'ichiro are literally lesser beings (Normally most would agree that animals and such are decent examples of the meaning of the word lesser being). Rather, the poster is hinting that maybe, just maybe, Noe doesn't care for others except those named earlier.
REAL LIFE EXAMPLE YOU CAN RELATE TO:
Imagine a person, let's name him Richard. This Richard is vastly superior to everyone else around him because of his intelligence. He can argue like no other, and has never ever lost an argument. Now, some new guy at school starts talking to Richard. This guy is really stupid, and challenges Richard to a fight because he lost the argument. He lost the fight too. NOW, seeing as Richard won, we can assume that Richard, in this field of expertise, is BETTER than the idiot. Thus, we draw the conclusion that he is INFERIOR to Richard, which leads us to believe that "he is a lesser person".
Exchange Richard to /a/non (you) and the stupid guy with anyone who opposes you on the internets, where you are always right.