Well I understand the point Sam and yourself Steve are making – ie. The individuals who profit from the misfortune of the victims don’t necessarily regard it as a mistake, maybe they are delighted at the profits they have extracted. Likewise the Landlords whose greed has been pandered to in my city to the extent that it costs twice as much to rent a place than it does to service a mortgage on the same place if you could secure a mortgage that is, are despite the regular display of crocodile tears aiming to disarm the critics of this injustice also delighted at how their greed has been pandered to. Of course the 500,000 dead in the opioid epidemic and the families who mourn them, the victims of various marketing campaigns pushing the use of psycho active compounds (neuro toxic poisons) who are crippled by them, and struggle sometimes for years to overcome these additional adversities might take a somewhat different – we might feel our lives have been destroyed as our lives frequently have been destroyed to gratify the greed of big pharma, the pride, vanity, sloth and cowardice of medics intolerant of our protests, deluded in their indifference to the harm caused at best and prepared to mistake agonizing withdrawals for relapse. Sometimes we the victims of iatrogenic injury mourn the loss of our lives while actually still alive.