In all fairness, I do not believe that ENFJs should be more like myself, as society requires a balance of dispositions in order not to become dysfunctional. The greatest qualm I have for this type, however, is that they will readily manipulate others without hesitation. They do this, because they believe that they are doing so in a quest to attain a greater good for the subject being controlled or for humanity in general. The ability to make a decision out of one's own free will/accord is one of the most fundamental aspects of humanity, and an undeniable right. When the ENFJ circumvents this, because they believe they are doing so for a "good" reason it tends to strike my personal values/belief system in a manner which I find inexcusable. When I speak out, only to inform the individual who is being "rope a doped" the ENFJ will almost always cast me in an "evil" light, proposing that if I dared to disagree with them, I must be a bad person, not worth listening to.