This interview featured at the beginning of Terry Gilliam's 1985 masterpiece "Brazil" is the perfect response to any criticism of your favorite government/organization/religion/philosophy.
Why do you think people are protesting in Hong Kong or Occupy Wall Street or the Iraq-Afghanistan war?
Why do you think atheists seem so upset about religious influence in government?
Why do you think the Apache and Comanche and Mahican tribes attacked immigrant villages?
"A ruthless [stupid/savage/gutless/disingenuous] minority of people seems to have forgotten certain good old fashioned virtues.They just can't stand seeing the other fellow win.If these people would just play the game, they'd get a lot more out of life."
Here's a clip from the opening sequence, [LINK]
Your scathing critique is requested.