|You are not guilty|
Oil-Qaeda (the international oil industry).
Individual citizens who have to work to support their families and themselves do not have time to do the government's job for them.
So, as it turns out, government officials have been bought off by Oil-Qaeda, and have let the people down (Oil-Qaeda & MOMCOM Conspire To Commit Depraved-Heart Murder).
Oil-Qaeda is also paying media operatives to spread the false notion that all humanity is responsible for addicting civilization to oil, seeking to minimize the greatest crime against humanity in all history (Civilization Is Now On Suicide Watch, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8).
It is not too surprising, then, that some still mistakenly think everyone is equally to blame for the current reality that civilization is in deep trouble (Stockholm Syndrome on Steroids?, 2; Stockholm Syndrome vs. The Ecosystem, 2).
The psychology involved in this has been detailed, and the dynamics of imagined or mythical guilt are well understood:
"... collective guilt is a psychological experience, it need not involve actually being guilty in any sense of the word. This is an important distinction. Indeed, one of the most striking features of collective guilt is that it can be experienced by group members who were not in any way involved in the harm doing ... The essential ingredient of personal responsibility for the harm done can be absent when collective guilt is experienced, although this is an important prerequisite for "being guilty" in the legal sense.(Collective Guilt: International Perspectives, p. 4, emphasis added). When justice is perverted to place guilt on the guiltless, a grave wrong is done.
Feeling guilt for events that an individual is not personally responsible for is possible because people can and do categorize themselves as members of a group ... These theories explain how group membership shapes the cognitions, emotions, and behavior of individuals. From a social identity perspective, the actions taken by the ingroup can elicit an emotional response to the extent that the self is linked with the ingroup. Immoral actions and outcomes caused by other ingroup members link the self to the wrongdoing via shared group identity. People "bask in the reflected glory" of their group when other ingroup members are responsible for successes, and they can attempt to "cut off reflected failure" when other group members' actions harm the ingroup's image ... Because part of people's identity is based on their group membership, the desire to feel positive about their group will frequently result in group-serving explanations for ingroup actions. However, when those justifications fail or become impossible to sustain, people may feel collective guilt to the extent that the ingroup's past actions are perceived as violating the current moral standards of the ingroup."
So do not blame innocents, including yourself (hold only the guilty guilty: Forgiveness and Collective Guilt Assignment to Historical Perpetrator Groups Depend on Level of Social Category Inclusiveness, The Social Psychology of Collective Guilt).
That illustrates why we must choose certain things very carefully (Choose Your Trances Carefully).
To those of Oil-Qaeda who are reading this, your group is guilty, so resist it from within so you have no personal guilt.
Those of you reading this who are not of Oil-Qaeda, do not convict yourself for what you did not do (The Universal Smedley - 2, Viva Egypt - 2).
Oil-Qaeda cinched the demise without you (The Peak of Sanity - 3).
You are like all of the individual human beings who lived before oil was ever discovered.
And before civilization became fatally addicted to it (A History of Oil Addiction - 4, 3, 2, 1).
You are not like the military which still serves Oil-Qaeda (Destroying What Remains, "How the U.S. Navy Plans to War Game Alaska").
See also (A Case of Big Oil vs. Climate Change, 2) ...
The following video is a brief discussion of collective guilt by association: