My own interpretation of all this is that, generally, Gamma SFs have the combined qualities of becoming deeply attached and being proactive or at least very aware of their real world situation and their real world desires. This is further combined with a natural lack of vision that encompasses the much bigger, less tangible picture, and lacking constant awareness of the long term ramifications of a given set of actions (actions which, interestingly enough, are taken with a longer term goal in mind, but taken in a tactical sense without clearly envisioning all of the possible dangers), plus a natural weakness in logical understanding, having a shallow understanding and shallow knowledge (when such knowledge has not come from direct experience). The result can be that of a person, who is entrenched in the mundane, who is devoted to goals and principles rooted in deep convictions (though these convictions are changeable, especially with the SEE who is more inclined to be rootless), and lacks the power of analysis and vision to restrain themselves from going after their personal goals and subjective principles with little regard for the obstacles, which may include individuals, ideas, and systems, standing in their way.
I imagine some Alpha NTs (among others) can see it as senseless, reckless, and selfish I think it really all depends. The thing is anyone can be senseless, reckless, and selfish in their own ways. And socionics does not blind one from what is truly reckless and selfish, usually. I can see it in those I'd consider identicals and duals and it never excuses it. Of course, of some of these individuals I can think of who are identicals and duals who I find domineering and inclined to trample on others for their own short-sighted, selfish desires, I can think of other identicals and duals who will defend them, overlooking their, in my eyes, obvious faults that are not pardonable.
They'll quickly conclude that you must be insane, or else demonize you, and aggressively turn your friends, family, or coworkers against you, vehemently persuading them that you should be committed, or at least avoided at all costs. And if they've selected you as enemy material, they will probably succeed in unnecessarily destroying many of your relationships - personal or professional - you've come to depend on in order to feel socially integrated.
yes and no. Interestingly enough, while I prefer just to keep the hell away from those on my "persons to be avoided" list, maybe the one person I know who I caution people against is an SEE with strong sociopath tendencies. Unless someone is a Blue Falcon, a user, and an abuser, I don't see the point in sowing seeds of discord between them and others. But usually the types who throw others under the bus for their own personal gain, or just suck the life out of others, being the emotional vampires they are, sow their own seeds of destruction. I admit I'm one who may add water when it comes to talking with those who express disdain. But to dwell on it and make it a project to destroy another person is antithesis to my own principles and ideas of being a "good citizen." While some are self-serving, and are callous pieces of shit, they're still human. As great as human potential can be, most don't have the self-discipline to realize it and therefore lack the power to do as much damage except as much as others allow them.