Alexis de Tocqueville wrote that all your roads, no matter where they come from - no matter what route they take - all end up at the same point.
They all end up at the same one dimensional point.
So quite naturally Herbert Marcuse described you in his famous book as, "one dimensional".
But what is most striking is that you are arrogantly one dimensional because you are blind.
And being arrogant and blind, you want to put out my eyes as well.
But not only me, you want to blind the whole world - you want to create the whole world in your own image.
And you can't see what you are doing.
You keep on - you keep on boring us.