I think we all agree everyone was "complicit" in some sense, but that's true of real life "luck sucks" situations, too. I think most of us agree the Jedi didn't give Anakin what he wanted - but here's where we differ. Were the Jedi aware of how serious his issues were? (I don't think so, YMMV). Did Anakin make any effort to seek counseling (other than ego-stroking Palps)? Here, I'm largely talking the "black hole years" of which not one of us knows for sure - his first few years in the Temple. Did Palps encourage Anakin to hide his turmoil because the mean old Jedi would "turn him out" or something (most likely). Even if the Jedi dismissed his concerns, was it out of "tough **** kid, suck it up" or because they tried to handle it the best they knew, and that wasn't the best way? And an important point: Palps encouraged Anakin to think he was entitled to what he wanted - and that's not really how it works. There's little one is entitled to, and it's equally true that one doesn't always get what one earns (though of course, the Jedi "undervalued and underappreciated" Anakin per Palps). Real life parents and institutions make mistakes, but most kids grow up fine. Even those who end up doing horrible things, often were "raised right" but something went sideways. If that real life person murdered his neighbor, her husband, his parents - would we blame the neighbor? The husband? The parents?