I’m amazed of some people’s ability to have different common sense of two classes of the same part of world.
When a child steals, he will be punished when caught. But when a person from higher class steals the people money, these ‘some’ people justify that “as long as that person does a good job in managing the office and that person let us live happily, we should be OK”.
When commoners are given money, it’s called subsidy. When companies are given money, it is called bail-out. The latter sounds legitimate.
When a student cheats in examination papers, he is punished. When some authority cheats on papers, it is legal according to some jurisdiction.
Funny how people succumb to conditioning.