Incompetence syndrome is being equated with the Dunning Kruger effect, which posits that incompetent people do not recognize their own incompetence. Others argue that it is not peculiar or evidence of a disease. I’d agree with the latter, since my hypothesis suggests that there is a linkage problem between the limbic brain and the cognitive centers, a break that happens to be masked by the fact that speech is lodged in the limbic brain. Ergo, it is totally possible for humans to communicate in the language they already heard in utero and go through life mimicking the sounds around them without giving the content of their speech hardly any thought.
If there is a missing link, it is not likely to get fixed.
Is the inability to think connected to not learning another language?