In this passage we see a frustrated narrator in need of releasing his anger, which he does on the first rookie that he notices standing in the crowd. Tyler has a strong reaction to this act, and shortly after the reader sees his somewhat sadistic commitment to the club and the people in it. He feels the need project mayhem in order to extend fight club and take their anger out on the people that cause it. This passage shows his commitment to the idea that there are good men that are forced into doing unfit work for unfair people. He is showing here about how he is trying to stand up for the little guy, but the measures he is taking are incredibly extreme. The anger he feels towards society in general manifests himself in a very negative, almost disgusting manner, and this is where the real argument lies… that anger as pure as this can only do more harm than good in a society.