Not since Pat Buchanan has a competitive American presidential candidate demonstrated an understanding of a nation as anything more than the collection of propositions it putatively stands for. Not until Trump, that is:
The fable of the scorpion and the frog might have been more terse, but while it would've similarly demonstrated an understanding of human biodiversity (woman and snake have different natures; frog and scorpion have different natures), it would not have so effectively simultaneously demonstrated an understanding of the pathological altruism (or runaway universalism) at work, driving the Western world's tragic suicide. After all, when the scorpion stings the frog, the scorpion loses, too. For the snake, on the other hand, the situation is win-win.
Tangentially, he also understands that a tendency for pusillanimous prostration is not a desirable trait in anyone aspiring to be a leader of men (and women):