There are so many contradictions with blaming humans for all our problems, and also believing in an all-powerful, loving being who does nothing about those problems but sits back and watches while babies and poor people suffer....
Well if there are no gods who are you blaming?
IIRC, JB, you couldn't even define what you meant by "greed" in the other thread. To provide 7 billion people with a varied healthy diet, comfortable shelter, energy to stay warm and have light, clean water, basic medical care, education, transportation--anything beyond bare subsistence-- requires what you might call greed.
There is nobody, no devil, not even "greedy people", to blame for floods, hurricanes, tornadoes or volcanic eruptions. Ectopic pregnancies, car accidents, death by lightning strike, villages washed away by tsunamis, animal and plant extinction--sometimes bad stuff just happens. I understand that.
What I don't understand is looking at the reality of the world and imagining
that there is a loving powerful being standing around watching all those bad things happen, and doing nothing about it
. What is this loving being waiting for, while innocent babies suffer and die? Is it like a movie hero who has to let things get really bad so it seems extra good when it rides in to the rescue?
You, JB, are the person who believes in loving beings with supernatural powers, so you have to explain or rationalize why the real world does not seem to match up with what should be if such a being existed. To paraphrase someone smarter than me, either it can't help and is not very powerful, or it won't help and is not very good. Either way, it's not worth my time.
Since I don't believe in any loving being watching over us, it does not surprise me at all that the imaginary loving being doesn't do much to help us out of our troubles.