I get that you think you're doing the right thing Victor, but people just dismiss what you say since you have an attitude of extreme condescension.
You seem to think that every cog in a system has the same motivation. Yes, most of the time, the cogs at the top are incentivized to maintain their power and gain more. But that doesn't mean the cogs below them have anything like the same motivations.
How would it benefit those at the top of the military to use MBTI tests on soldiers? I really don't understand. Just sounds like a conspiracy theory to me.
Anyway, I've already explained my view of MBTI to you (just a set of descriptive verbal shortcuts, not prescriptive at all), and don't see how it falls prey to any of the arguments you've made. You seem to assume that no one except you is capable of thinking for themselves or thinking critically. And because of that assumption, your audience turns away from you and writes you off as a condescending asshole.
So, look...I get that you think you're doing the right thing. Spreading the word of truth, etc. But wouldn't it be more efficient to come down off your high ground and interacted with the points people are making? At least then you'll show people you make an effort to understand them.