I read it. It consists of two parts. The first one, about communism, is quite readible, with logical correct observations on the system and communist dictators.
The other part is about inner emptiness, narcissism and other stuff, all supposed to have some connection with totalitarianism. But as it is highly philosophical, it is quite indigestible to me. I don`t like such texts. I don`t have time to study hundreds of different theories which flood the market every month. I want facts.
For me, of the Christian perspective, I thought it explained why noble idealism without Christian temperance sometimes produces the most ruthless results. I agree there are countless theories and parts of theories used to justify actions. Something in this struck a cord with me and I feel I've witnessed the last part. I appreciate you taking the time to review it.