I agree with this. It also resonates metaphorically. The conventional, conveniently neat/perfect (as in never susceptible to deceit, manipulation or corruption) teachings of Hinduism/reincarnation etc in relation to moral karma is disconcertingly and suspiciously unrealistic and not aligned to actual reality. If the system really were that fair and perfect, then there wouldn't be souls/entities that grow more powerful/capable/learned in evil incarnation after incarnation. they became that way because they did not have to pay for their wrongs or that their predation was just not held accountable or punished. that correlates here also regarding laws of nature where innocence, trust and naivetey may be the first targets of deceit and scapegoating.