Sooner or later the time comes when willpower is no longer enough. The more this person has got used to the idea that his willpower crushes everything else, the more painful the realization will be that it doesn't. An inevitable consequence of this lesson that he gets a hissy fit, which is inconvenient in case of young kids but can be very entertaining in case of adults, especially politicians, because it usually precedes their imminent failure.
There is this kind-hearted, good boy who really likes a good cuddle from his buddies, but finds his peace of mind in various "masculine" (political) movements; then, as a result of his bullying, activism and a bit of luck as well, he rises to prominence – to a position where he is visible to the whole nation. For example he becomes a district mayor in Budapest, which – in and of itself – does not turn him into a celebrity but is a very good entry into showbiz. However, becoming a nationwide celebrity requires some more effort, i.e. some flash. A 'good' example is the concept that the phenomenon of homelessness can be eliminated by imposing monetary (!) punishment on the homeless.
Really, the only thing that needs to be done is to consistently fine those who commit deviant acts, which will certainly result in those deviant, “bad boy” beggars giving up their “addiction” (to begging), and, being frightened to death, immediately purchasing a brand-new family home in Buda* [*the most expensive part of Budapest].
One could mention the example of severe punishments imposed on speeding, which also resulted in visible improvement. On the one hand people now drive more carefully than before; on the other hand MPs and mayors equip their cars with LIDARs – financing these devices, of course, from the public budget. It's only a matter of choice and willpower. After all, it's not compulsory to live on the street; so those who prefer this lifestyle should face the consequences of their decision, and should pay the fine for begging, which is currently HUF 50,000 (€ 170) per occasion.
“Just doing it”, “fighting back”, and “never retreating”: what well-formulated, heroic catchphrases these are; while – at the same time – also provide excellent raw material of Legends and Legendary People. That's exactly the reason why it's not widely known – although a fact of history – that this kind of conduct will ultimately lead to catastrophic failure. That will be their fate eventually: all these psychopaths for whom they must stand up time and time again, just because they are “friends”, until they all will finally get crushed under the enormous burden of their great common psychosis. And since it seems that loyalty is now the only necessary requirement in the party, more and more psychopaths like him will drift out of (self-)control in the near future.
By the way, there's already enough of them for a “good” deal of reckoning!