I find it very difficult to understand the way in which someone perceives human psychological functioning, especially the origins of our emotional system, unless that person's views are based on a clear definition of emotion.
I would suggest that such a definition be forthcoming from those who use "emotional" terms in this forum, such as inferiority and insecurity, so that those with different views can carry out a more cogent discussion of the cases being presented.
I offer as a friendly challenge to anyone willing to define their terms more precisely that such a definition explain why every newborn baby in every culture on the planet knows how to emit the cry of distress, and shows distress in all its bodily actions. The distress in the newborn, especially the face, looks just like that of a little old man who is crying in distress. Can your definition of emotion explain how the baby, just pulled from the birth canal, knows to cry in distress? And why distress looks like distress no matter what the age of the person crying in distress?