It used to be a common moral fallacy that the end justifies the means; in other words, that which is (allegedly) aimed-at, justifies evil acts that are necessary to its attainment.
Soviet communism - including its many upper class admirers in The West - was a vast instance of this kind of thinking. The systematic torture and killing of the masses was justified by the supposed utopia which they were supposedly making possible.
But for Christians; that which is good and right is only attainable by doing the good and right - every step of the way.
But the left has evolved over the past century; and has now set aside its utopias.
The 2022 justifications are oppositional merely - it is being against climate change/ the birdemic, racism-prejudice-exclusion/ the family/ the Fire Nation/ or people who are men/ white/ native - that is now an entirely sufficient justification for the systemic infliction of vast suffering.
What is boils-down-to is that 'Our' suffering is what morally-justifies Their policies and strategies. It is the doing of specific evil acts that proves how good They are...
The fact that They are prepared and indeed eager to destroy the economy, food production, energy supplies, transport... science, arts, education, law, the police and military... to destroy peace and to promote war... indeed to destroy anything and everything that performs a useful function or is an actual source of Good - is what justifies any specific act of destruction.
We no longer even require 'a good world' in the future as our justification for doing present evil. Instead, in an inverted and perverse fashion; it is the actions of bold, unashamed, destruction of Good itself, that provides an action with moral seriousness.
Such it is to live in a world of value-inversion where purposive evil is in-charge, and the masses generally support it...
The old communists are still excused their colossal inflictions and murders by their utopian intentions; but their modern successors in the Globalist Establishment simply point at their depredations as evidence of a their 'moral' right to rule.