Originally Posted by LassieLove
Furthermore, I believe that one person's success usually is other people's failure if that person is not concerned for other people at all or is ignorant about other people's problems and how to help them.
That's a big if.
Unfortunately your post is heavily littered with this kind of "if" and plenty of assumptions.
You seem to assume that if a person is rich and successful, he is "evil" (quoting your choice of adjective"), wants to "pollute the world", seeks to play "power games", wants to distract others from helping the poor, is "egocentric" and "less empathetic".
This is as illogical as assuming that if a person has a perfect body, she suffers from eating disorders.