Without early adversity which would develop within them the ability to manufacture the tenacity of hope, without being emotionally connected to others they could not develop empathy that comes with suffering, and finally with their disconnected wealthy parents/society sneering down at them- they put up their middle finger at wellbeing.
Wellbeing is something they never really earned it in the first place, so they can’t value it. Its almost evidence of their lack of deserving. People who are able to connect to others through suffering - develop empathy, they might be moved to share a sandwich with a hungry person, even if this means they only get half. But the people who are used to being on top and somewhat comfortable develop a sneering hatred instead of sharing and would gladly hurt another person even if it means they go totally without.
If you are wealthy enough to eat and be warm, and you don’t know how to love, you can’t love yourself or even appreciate your wealth. Then you have people waking up to inequality, and you know something is wrong, you’ve been duped and cheated too, but you can’t put your finger on the black hole in the center of your chest.