Sounds like self-projection. Read this: http://uselessd.darknedgy.net/ProSystemdAntiSystemd/
Then again the fact that you're harping on SysV initscripts when alternatives have been around for ages makes me strongly believe you're trolling.
P.S.: "Self-projection" is psychobabble grounded in no science.
Oh, and speaking of self-control, aren't you the idiot who couldn't resist replying to my obviously satyrical comment in the first place?
systemd has plenty of good ideas. None are novel, and it is not "revolutionary". Making exaggerations like this only furthers the perception of your incredulity. Preopening sockets is an old idea, having centralized service management for Unix was first done by IBM AIX in 1993 and everything else is exploiting kernel subsystems, which again, are not novel. cgroups were first done as Solaris contracts, for instance. In fact, Solaris SMF and systemd are quite similar. The former even has sophisticated hardware fault detection.
No argument to moderation was ever made. Your reading comprehension is not in good shape. "People who actually design operating systems" are not some hivemind, and you're far too historically and technically illiterate to make any value judgment on that front, either way.
obviously satyrical comment
Ah yes, the old "Joke's on you, I was only pretending to be an idiot!" defense. Always useful for backpedaling.
Satyrical [sic], indeed.
That's all from me. I might quote you in the future as an example of a cautionary tale.