Quixtar's Internet Critics Demonstrate Infantile Personalities
There is no credible analysis, condemnation, or scorn from actual businessmen or women that says Quixtar or its IBOs are wrong or stupid (or any number of other accusations) for doing what they do.
ALL OF QUIXTAR'S CRITICS COME FROM OUTSIDE THE BUSINESS WORLD!!!!!
(With one exception of course. But THAT person is a total business failure several times over. For that, I'll refer you to Qrush).
What we have is a disconnect between true business principles and the scornful bent of a few envious, overzealous and strange Internet critics who have no business experience or success of their own!
"Victimism" is their religion.
Why do they do what they do?
One is tempted to ponder whether the Internet critics have projected their inner sense of guilt for their own lack of accomplishment onto the Quixtar world at large, and are seeking their personal redemption by attacking Quixtar's IBOs instead of themselves.
Do not be fooled. The Internet critics of Quixtar are not crusaders pursuing the truth and trying to help people. Challenge any of their main points even for a second and watch how emotional, accusational, and angry they become (see previous posts).
The reason the critics do what they do is because it satisfies their innermost psychological needs: power, control, significance, fame, a sense of importance, righteous indignation, sanctimonious judgmentalism.
In short, it's the behavior one finds in a three-year-0ld child whose toy was just taken away.
Let's call it the "infantile personality," says author Ben Stein. He said, "The image comes to mind of a powerless little baby who needs someone [to blame], demanding that its primary narcissism be fueled with endless attention and admiration, lashing out and flailing with delusions of omnipotence that mask an underlying fear of impotence." Further, he said, "As adults, such individuals may make some show of being outwardly compassionate, but they're really cold inside, black holes of unmet emotional need."
"Playing the "compassion" card provides the secondary gain of trumping all other arguments with . . . moral superiority . . . ."
"Do-gooding was never the point . . . compassion is just the camoflage under which [Quixtar's Internet Critics] seek to seize power."
Author David Hardy takes it even farther. "The supression of envy is at the CORE of the narcissist's being . . . . If there are others out there who are better than he - he envies them, he lashes out at them ferociously, uncontrollably, madly, hatefully and spitefully."
Too bad for our poor little Internet critics.
It seems they are a sick bunch of lonely wanna-be's.
Contrast their shameful behavior to the honorable conduct of the average IBO who is trying to improve his or her lot in life by serving other people.
One tears down.
The other builds up.
One bashes and slams and rants and raves.
The other listens and helps and serves.
One, in very strange ways, is crying out for help.
The other, in very unselfish ways, is reaching out TO help.
Better they bash IBOs than for IBOs to live the critic's pathetic, painful existence.
It is one thing to criticize.
It is another altogether to lead.