I heared that from an ENTP after 10 days of chatting online
An INTP did this to me; he wrote "I love you!" in response to an email, but I realized he meant "I love what you just wrote because it's unusual/defiant/etc". He seemed to think most women were brainless tarts (ESxx types, from his perspective), and any evidence to the contrary excited him. It freaked me out for a split second, and then I realized it wasn't "I love you" in the serious sense.
"Charlotte sometimes dreams a wall around herself. But it's always with love - So much love it looks like everything else. Charlotte Sometimes - So far away, glass sealed and pretty." - The Cure
"Yet, again, we should note that Thinking is the inferior faculty of this type. This means that it is most servile of all functions, and specifically most obedient to the dominant faculty--Feeling. It is with Thinking that we derive our worldview, as only Thinking is concerned with what an entity is, Feeling is only concerned with how we emote towards an entity, Intuition and Sensation are completely irrelevant to this question as they merely collect information without passing any explicit judgments.
Accordingly, the INFP will likely have a very self-serving worldview (unless Thinking happens to be distinctly developed, which it rarely is). Uninhibited feeling gravitates towards things that make one feel good, and the only way it can be inhibited is by Thinking. This does not happen for a typical INFP. Quite the opposite does. Instead of putting limitations on the chaotic and egocentric will of Feeling of the INFP, Thinking (because it is servile to Feeling the most) conjures ways to defend the aforementioned value judgments of Feeling." -SOLITARY WALKER
At the conceptual level of your argument you rely on generalizations. Thinking in the most general sense is being used as a means to disassociate infp primary functions from subordinate functions as you say;
"because these faculties are subordinate to Introverted Feeling, there is no objective percpetion or analysis of the external world, these activities are carred out as strictly means to the end of affirmation of the Fi inspired prejudices."
You go from the idea that infp's subordinate function is thinking to the assertion that there is "no objective perception or analysis of the external world" for the infp. This is a fallacy if ever I read one. Subordinate does not mean non existent, and it most certainly does not mean one dimensional. Let me ask you, are you not relying on thought to convey a prejudice, which whether you'd like to admit it or not reinforces your own reality or world view? Maybe this is why in another post you say that there is no such thing as opinion ( a good way to reinforce your own reality, despite the fact that you are describing a claim). However, if there is no such thing as opinion, then your argument collapses--to think is "to have a particular opinion, belief, or idea about someone or something" (apple dictionary). Thoughts are not necessarily facts. What you conceive of as thinking is really opinion in this context. You have entered the hermeneutical loop and have projected it as something specific to the infp as having a "self serving world view" .
Infps constantly persecute themselves, not because they are running off pure emotions, but because they are actively looking at their own intentions. When I have a strong feeling, I either intuitively know why I feel the way I do, or I am actively looking for the intention and precondition behind the feeling. There is a reason why we are called process people, and it has a lot to do with the holistic (as opposed to compartmentalized) way in which we arrive at our thoughts. This is, whether you understand it or not, a rational process. Look up the word intuition, it's not some spacey half assed process-- it is a process of comprehension.
I think it's funny that the infp is specifically accused of having a self serving world view when the truth is that most human beings have a self serving world view. However, the perceiving function does not run in line with the sweeping generalization you make about infps, as perceivers look at many sides of an argument before they come to a decision. My convictions are reasoned, and open to new ideas. And there have been many instances that my belief in what is fair to a human being has made me seem too serious, too sensitive, too aggressive, too whatever, and frankly I don't give a shit how I look if it comes at the expense of my reasoned, intuitive beliefs which are based on how people are treated in the world (unless someone can give me a legit argument otherwise) -- which totally obliterates in my opinion (and I'm sure in many other infp's opinions) your claim that infps are " not fighting for anything noble, they did not even know what they were doing, they were merely acting out on their impulse to try to be liked by others, as they usually do."