There’s nothing wrong with blame as long as it’s directed at individuals who are actually at fault.
The worst personalities will pathologically blame everyone else to divert attention from themselves and the misdemeanours they are glaringly guilty of. And they refuse to stop doing this. They can’t take any responsibility and refuse to feel any guilt. Ariel Castro who kidnapped and raped multiple victims maintained that the sex was consensual up to the very end.
And worst of all, people like this who work their way into positions of power have managed to turn everyone else in society into clones of themselves. Notice how oversensitive and defensive everybody in our society is today despite the glaringly enormous problems we face.
…remembering that the truly wicked don’t ever question themselves or hang their heads in shame. They’re deepest pathology is to trick society into thinking they are decent people and they do it without questioning such things.
Guilt is still useful. But, in my opinion, people are supposed to experience it, have it guide or redeem their actions, and then let it go. It’s not healthy to ruminate or be consumed by it.