It looks to me like the “invisible hand” is a fictional force that hides what Smith could not…
Brad Sherwood

The Invisible Hand…

It is thus that the private interests and passions of individuals naturally dispose them to turn their stocks towards the employments which in ordinary cases are most advantageous to the society. But if from this natural preference they should turn too much of it towards those employments, the fall of profit in them and the rise of it in all others immediately dispose them to alter this faulty distribution. Without any intervention of law, therefore, the private interests and passions of men naturally lead them to divide and distribute the stock of every society among all the different employments carried on in it as nearly as possible in the proportion which is most agreeable to the interest of the whole society. — Adam Smith, Wealth of Nations

The Invisible Hand is a feedback loop that’s based on people’s willingness to pay (WTP). What’s your WTP for the story that you replied to? We don’t know… which amputates the Invisible Hand.

All your complaints about society stem from the amputation of the Invisible hand.