Unless the exceptionally rich aren't paying for their health care, they are not benefiting from it because they pay for their own health care
It is a proven fact that the health of those around you affects your health, and health-related measures are shown to have an effect into the top 1%. If the people in your country are sick, you are going to be negatively impacted. If the people in your country are healthy, you are going to be positively impacted.
This should not even be a debatable point, any longer, on this forum. I've linked to it twice, I believe, once in Elliquiy U at least
. If you want to claim that the ultra-rich do not benefit from health care given to the poor, you are going to have to debunk that study. Otherwise, statements to the contrary deserve to be dismissed until that is done.
This is even ignoring the obvious situations - the rich benefit from the poor being vaccinated. The rich benefit from early detection and response to diseases. The rich benefit from the increased productivity of those working for them.
Rentiers (you seem to hate them a great deal..) are not a government.
Rentiers, by definition, do not generate net productive labor. They have magical slips of paper, through which they have the right to consume the products of society, but are exempt from the responsibility of contributing to them.
When their demands for consumption exceed the ability of their serfs to support it, the system collapses. When it is close to occurring, people are struggling with the sorts of burdens that rentiers present - paying off debts and paying rent being chief among them. Slowly, more and more people simply can't pay any more, and to compensate the rentiers create harsher and harsher laws - make it harder to file bankruptcy, etc. But it can't last forever.
In short, respect needs to be earned. Just because someone was inherited wealth or defrauded people into giving up theirs does not mean they magically earn that respect.
A government is a decision-making body that decides things for others. Corporate governance, for example. This site has a governing body (the staff). If a single organization or small enough group of organizations comes to dominate a field, they can dictate the resulting policies that surround it, and otherwise abuse their authority even in cases where they don't have complete control.
In this case, I am referring to the specific sorts of laws and rules that rentiers have set up around themselves - bankruptcy laws, usury, and so on.