Once upon a time there were two guys living next door to each other. The first one thought that the sun shone out of his butt. He did whatever he wanted without considering the feelings of the other person. He had loud parties all night long even though he knew the noise would bother his neighbour.
When the neighbour dared to complain, he threatened to punch his lights out. He was very offended because the other person didn't think that he should be allowed to do what he wanted. Instead of trying to work out a way in which they can live beside each other in harmony, he thinks it has to be his way or no way.
When someone else tried to find a solution but didn't find in the jerk's favour he dismissed them as being biased against him. He doesn't see how another person's way of living can have any validity. He is so arrogant he believes anyone who doesn't agree with him has to have something wrong with them.
He's never in the wrong, because if it's something he wants to do it has to be right. When the other guy insists on continuing to make trouble for him by complaining all the time he eventually decides that something has to be done. He can't believe how ungrateful that asshole is. He lets him live next door to him, doesn't he realize what a privilege that is?
What he decides to do is go around to all the other neighbours and tell them his neighbour is a threat to all their freedom to have friends over. If they let him, he'll soon make it impossible for anybody to do anything without them having to make sure they're not going to get into trouble for doing it. Why they may not be able to mow their lawns without his permission.
Soon the other neighbour finds that nobody is talking to him anymore and that people who used to be friendly to him are giving him dirty looks. One day somebody throws a rock through his window. He sees who did it and calls the police and has the person charged with vandalism.
"There, you see", says the asshole, " I told you he'd get you all in trouble". Everybody stands around and listens; nodding their heads in agreement. When one of them happens to point out that the person who had gotten in trouble had thrown a rock and caused property damage, everyone else asks him whose side is he on anyway?