This is interesting. Can we please get the whole thing wiz?
> How much of it is true?
Part of it is true. But is lacks a number of things, for example it doesn't consider the willingness to conform.
People may be pushed into isolation because they refuse to conform, live a fake life, always pretending and worrying about what other people think and expect of him. The character in "The Catcher in the Rye" is a classical example of a reaction to this.
He also doesn't consider vocel. For some people life doesn't revolve around sex.
I agree with the introspection part. Most normies don't introspect at all, quoting Oscar Wild: “Most people are other people. Their thoughts are someone else's opinions, their lives a mimicry, their passions a quotation.”
He also doesn't mention the desperation of normies to break that anonymity and stand out, to be someone, to be noticed and rise above the crowd. I've always found this to be paradoxically amusing, because they spend all their lives trying to conform and then they resent their lives because they can't stand out and be "a star" or "successful", to be "somebody". By definition you can't achieve that by doing the same that everybody else is doing.