This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...sure, not in achievement, but in destruction, whose action is aimed, not at attaining efficacy, but at ruling those who have attained it: the soul of a man so abjectly lacking in self- value, an d so overwhelmed by terror of existence, that his sole form of self-fulfillment is to unleash his resentment and hatred against those who do not share his state, those who are able to live — a s if, by destroying the confident, the strong and the healthy, he could convert im- potence into efficacy.

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