It’s so refreshing to see someone write a long, drawn-out thesis about human nature — and then fail to refer to any empirical data whatsoever. Was it too hard to find any peer-reviewed study to support any aspect of your argument? If you’re going to make sweeping generalizations about human nature, for the love of God support them with data.
You’ve basically proved your hypothesis, but only for you: some people base their opinions on zero facts and instinct. Congratulations. You’ve written an excessively long manifesto to qualify the exact same phenomenon that Colbert only needed 3 minutes to ridicule more than 10 years ago — “truthiness.”
Here’s a source that makes much better conclusions than you do: http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=199668