Murderous Villain Test
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Like Ruhollah Khomeini, you are a visionary and a moralist of no mean order. You have grand ideals for society and little patience with those who do not submit to your authority. To your credit, you do not seek power for the sake of your own personal gain, but in order to serve the common good. However, the righteous ruler is also the most closed-minded one, and you would actually serve others better by listening to them more.
Words of Warning
Points to consider for people with your personality - have you ever:
- Thought you had arrived at a plan of action because you had grappled with the essence of a problem in your mind, only to discover that the practical realities were much more mundane, and much less malleable, than they were in your mind?
- Deliberately used your ability to appear stern and mysterious to throw people off course when they had a legitimate disagreement or point of protest that you did not wish them to speak aloud?
- Purposefully shrouded or misled people about your family origins in order to fuel speculation about your personality?
- Thought that your opposition to a cause was merely fueled by critical analysis and intellectual defiance when others could clearly sense that you were emotionally enraged?
- Found yourself unable to compromise and stoop to opportunism on account of your high ideals, even when it was the right thing to do?
According to studies from Cambridge University (UK) and Texas AM University (US), your scores indicate that you are:
- Likely to have a richer vocabulary than the average person.
- Likely to be more knowledgeable than the average person on political and societal issues.
- Likely to have a quicker understanding of abstract concepts and ideas than the average person.
- More deliberate and thorough in your actions than the average person.
- Someone who is more reserved in social situations than the average person.
- Someone who has an easier time concentrating for long periods of time than the average person.
- Someone who likes to take more time to size people up and get to know them before you open up than the average person.
- More planful, organized, and goal-oriented than the average person.
- Likely to have had a higher grade point average in school than the average person.
- Less likely than the average person to ever have cheated on your homework, exams, or a loved one.
- More likely than the average person to leave an orderly room when you go to work in the morning.
- More preoccupied with the give and take of social relations than the average person; someone who spends much time pondering the impressions that people make on one another and their feelings and views.
- Likely to change moods more frequently than the average person and to tense up when subjected to stress.
- More alert to threats and stressors in your environment than the average person, knowing that you must take care of yourself to maintain your balance and cool.
- Likely to be worse at performing under pressure than the average person, being someone who needs their space in order to operate at their best.
Ruhollah Khomeini (1902-1989) was an Iranian religious figure and leader. He was the principal architect of the 1979 Iranian Revolution, which overthrew the Shah and put an Islamic theocracy in power, with Khomeini as the Supreme Leader. After seizing power, he executed thousands of political opponents. He contributed to the deaths of another 100,000 Iranians, many of whom were used as human detonators to clear minefields during the Iran-Iraq War.
Khomeini was a leading scholar of Shia Islam and a seminary lecturer. He was repeatedly incarcerated for his opposition to the Shah and was exiled in 1964 to Turkey. Later, he moved to Iraq, where he stayed until urged to leave by Saddam Hussein, the vice president of Iraq in 1978. Upon return to Iran, his charismatic influence held sway over millions who had been proselytized to Khomeini's cause via books and audio tapes published from exile.
Khomeini died from multiple health problems in 1989. Khomeini's legacy of anti-Western thought is still pervasive in Iran and maintained by his hand-picked successor, Ali Khamenei.
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