This is such a great introduction to the clarity and elegance of Robert Felix's ideas. I recommend you read this short essay if you have not read his new book yet.
The basic problem in his opponents is that they can't think. Professionally speaking for their situation, there is almost no way you can fake it. You can go to college for sixty years and build up one piece of paper after another with a wax seal on it and a ribbon hanging off it. At the end of sixty years, you still won't be able to think. Such things are either genetic or else predetermined at such a young age they might as well be genetic. The problem with all these other guys, the reason I give them such low credibility ... is that they can't think - and Robert Felix can. I can see this in the first few sentences of either article. The author betrays himself in both instances.
Thinkers are specific. They communicate information as either conclusions or else as inquiries. Everybody else is ambiguous. They communicate subverbal emotional states based on group consensus which is always disassociative in nature and never seems to have any real semantic content. You can usually tell in the first paragraph which camp the author belongs to.
Of course, recommending you read his essay and think about it is futile if you're incapable of reasoning yourself. The truth is, we could say that people who cannot reason are magnetically attracted to other disadvantaged people like themselves. Others who are also unreasoning seem more logical to those who themselves cannot reason. Since they cannot consider a man's arguments, they have no choice but to seek whoever appears to have the consensus. This is why they are always wrong, about everything.