not really, one people on ten does not think his life was driven, that evil and good fight each other and still, one people on ten can be right.
1. Evil doesn't happen. Only christian fundamentalist believe in evil.
lots of other religious communities believe in evil. the bouddhist think you must love your friends AND fight your enemies until they die. like the muslims. the words and the sword. asking ourselves what are the consequences (for example catholics about the protestants: "kill them all, god will choose its sheeps") make us believe a god cannot say that.
2. People let it crawl - well no, if "evil" is found out, it will never be let do anything.
how could i explain myself clearly... e.g. the very small things we do are modifying the karma.
3. What do you expect before it's found out - pre-emptive strikes at potentially mass-destruction-weapon-holding countries?
i think that in a breaking fast future everyone's ID will contain his personal history, acts and choices, and that the next dictatures will be much powerful. in those days will humans be able to say what is evilness? our enemies are attacking us. like the beef wait quietly for the butcher to cut its throat.
"an aware man equal two. and with internet much more." lao tseu
"enslave an enemy without killing him is the acme of excellence" sun tzu