"Crazy" means "doesn't agree with the current state of life, as we know it" and has either the complete absence of fear enough or God-given Purpose, or both, to make it known to others. It's been wisely said that if you voice a concern, it's ideal to also bring forth the antidote(s). My question, then, is in the case where you've already presented the ideal over and over and over again, then called those present "ignorant" for not minding what you've just done, which is ideal, why there should be any further discussion about who or what the problem is or how to deal with it.
The bottom line is, if the world truly was going against the grain of God or that which is deemed best for all that exists, how would you know? And who would you deem appropriate to sound the alarm? Or be amongst you as that Messenger to tell you what is Right? And at what point would the sheep herds start bahhh'ing, much less stampeding, in the right direction, if there was even just one person, albeit an all-important one, who could communicate the ultimate goal of all sheep, in the end, which is freedom, safety together, and probably to produce as much wool, or whatever they naturally would, that would benefit all of life as much as possible?
Be quite careful in casting the erroneous stones of foul presences who have gone before you. Both Enlightenment and insanity are defined by leaving one's mind, however, one is divinely ordered. The other is due to wreckage, sewage, and/or unmanageable trauma...or a combination of these. Unless you are genuinely above it, it is written into the human psyche that we become what we condemn. Much better, then, young Learners, if there is even a question as to what you might be interfacing with, to call it "enlightened," if that's what you feel it is because in casting out your Teacher, you'll not only find yourself insane, then, by your own foible and Wrong, but without the Bright Light with which to find your way to the tunnel to make it out of your tomb before you're gone.