Your OP makes too close an association between Fi the function and the behavior, and you ascribe feelings and motives behind the behavior of those individuals, and even imply them for Fi in general. Nice try on back peddling.
Against HIM, an individual. In this thread, you're making a connection with an entire function to a specific behavior. I don't care if it's healthy or unhealthy Fi-doms you're referring to, the vast majority of Fi-doms, healthy or not, are the ones who set the pattern, the pattern being an embrace of MBTI, not a rant against it.As for your last paragraph, that's true--but Jaguar railed against MBTI on the basis that it lacks empirical evidence for its choice of categorizations, which is a far more Te-oriented position. (And I railed against him in equally vicious terminology!)
Why do you always choose to focus on the negatives, especially when it comes to Fi-doms? If this is not about Fi, and is about a few select individuals, then why discuss it in terms of Fi?
I disagree. I don't see a trend in type for people making stupid rants against MBTI. That is your observation, which is faulty.I'll freely admit that most Fi doms don't do this--but as I said, most people who make this particular argument from this position are Fi doms.