If you come to my house, and I ask you to leave, you should leave. If you don't, I have the right to call the police and have you ejected. If you are injured by the Police during that ejection, well, that is kind of your fault, ain't it? I mean, after all, you had a choice, and it ain't your house.
On the other hand, it was mutely reported in the news today that a young couple flying off to Costa Rica for their wedding was thrown off a United Flight when they tried to sit in upgraded seating without permission. Once again, we'll never know that the real story was, but the key thing is that when the flight attendant asked them to get off the plane, they complied. Rather than raise a fuss and be dragged off a plane that wasn't theirs, they said, "OK, we'll leave" and they took a later flight. No compelling video, no lawsuit, no outrage on the Internet. But of course, if you want to generate outrage, I guess we all now know how to do it! I predict there will be many "copycat" incidents on airlines with people trying to set up "outrages" on Social Media.
Life is all about choices, even when you think you don't have any. And most people make shitty choices and then blame their outcomes on external forces - externalizing. They refinance their house to pay off credit card debts and they say they hate the "big banks" for making them do it. Well, they don't say that exactly. They say they hate the big banks for getting a bailout or charging them a bounce fee or an ATM fee or whatever outrage du jour is in the media this month.