More importantly I was attempting to stop further similar abuse,
and you believe a so called " Class VIII" over myself and Ken U.
Makes you part of the problem which you have demonstrated in spades!
Reason plays a minuscule role in motivating humans. Natural leaders rely on their ability to engage other's emotions in order to motivate. As a skillset it is rare, the combination of it AND high intelligence in a leader is much rarer still. It has been observed that the reflective & insightful patterns of behavior which commonly occur as a result of the possession of high intelligence that encourages is typically at odds with the talents needed to motivate others.
Few enough have the patience for anything but the simplest of 'answers'. People like their leaders to appear as 'personable', i.e. just like themselves.
Mark A. Baker
I am truly into myself, yes. And I'm just as interested in other people. When I'm not thinking of one, I'm thinking of the other.