(2) On the level of an entire generation of billions of men, the philosophical conclusion must be argued for with much more certainty. Entire generations can usually not blame random bad acts for their poor outcomes because it is virtually certain these random bad acts have been balanced out by random good fortune. So, too, man has no true enemy in nature conspiring to bring about injustice on him and Nature itself is certainly not unjustly punishing man (all of the evidence is to the extreme contrary...that man is systematically unjustly punishing all of Nature).
(3) The current generation of men- and the next few that come after it- are likely to experience an overall poor lived outcome when the totality of life experience is soberly considered and evaluated. The collective life that this generation of men and women is experiencing has, in general, been rather disappointing and negative-sum once all the "numbers" are tabulated and once one looks beyond the superficial trivialities of enhancement technology has brought to human life.
(4) The philosophical conclusion being drawn here is that this overall negative experience cannot be characterized as an INJUSTICE that this generation of man has suffered. To the contrary, it is being postulated here that man has been dealt with justly in that his actions, behaviors, and values have earned him the rather negative and depressing reality he is experiencing today.
(5) The blame for man's overall generally negative experience can be (more or less) isolated to a handful of dominant phenomena. This does not mean other causes were/are not at work; they were and are. They simply have paled in comparison to the dominant causes. The dominant causes include: (a) money and status/reputation pursuit accompanied by increasing amounts of work over decades of life: ("the summum bonum of this ethic, the earning of more and more money, combined with the strict avoidance of any spontaneous enjoyment of life, is above all completely devoid of any eudaimonistic, not to say, hedonistic admixture." (Max Weber); (b) racism and other ideologies that have divided men on the basis of trivialities or falsities; (c) politics driven by petty partisanship and the lust for power and not in the least oriented toward the common good; (d) a collective tendency to prefer the repetition of error as opposed to trial-and-error discovery of better alternatives; (e) the build-up of lethal weapons and the disinclination to DISARM the planet on a total basis; (f) the embrace of lies, deception, and exagerration in human communication ("[he] was polite, civil, and refined but also craven, false, and insincere" Smith 2016) along with the almost complete loss of the ability to empathetically listen to persons with opposing/different points of view; (g) increasingly, the collective dumbing-down of persons by the increasing specialization of labor, overwork, and tendency to let others/technology handle all routine tasks, and (h) also, increasingly, the fanatical belief that SCIENCE- and advances in scientific knowledge- can ALONE bring about a new form and reign of human happiness here on earth and that society should collectively devote its most serious efforts to matters of science and engineering.