The Myers-Briggs test calls me INTJ and hits the nail on the head hard enough I see all of these as virtues*:
- rarely doubt themselves or care much about their perceived social roles, expectations etc.
- ruthless when it comes to analyzing the usefulness of methods or ideas
- could not care less if that idea is popular or supported by an authority figure
- see most other people as irrational or intellectually inferior.
- have little patience for things they consider illogical, e.g. decisions based on feelings, irrational stubbornness, emotional outbursts etc.
I am also too honest not to note my own narcissism. I am the "most independent"!
I was an INFP child, but you humans bullied me into an INTP teen; I've become INTJ because I now have your number.
I am often thoughtless, but never cruel; I only seem cruel because of flaws in your 'thinking'.
I suppose that's little consolation to you, stuck in your feels.
I wouldn't mind so much, even that you do not listen to my far better thought out ideas (as in, thought out), except "when disaster strikes and all hope is gone, [you] get down on your knees and pray for" the INTJ. Then afterwards deny ours was the best option and that you'd lost your shit: ergo we should always be the leader. On the other hand, I do not want to be a leader of your 'ship of fools'.
I'll be here in my head until you want an adult conversation.
*I am cynical of psychology, which fits INTJ rather well, but the description of INTJ fits me too well to discount it entirely, scholastic alchemy though psychology is.