Again, you are begging the question; you have assumed that there is tons of unsafe behavior going on everywhere, and are just asking "do you see it"? (BTW, have you stopped beating your wife?) What I'm saying is it's not there, at least not the way you're trying to make it sound.
I don't like to drag out credentials, but I have spent many hundreds of hours working on the slopes of a busy New England ski resort over the last few seasons, about 2/3 of that on Fridays and weekends. It's often crowded, especially on Saturdays when the weather is nice. We have lots of beginners.
You get some clueless people. You get some kids pushing boundaries (although many of them stick to the terrain park; even there, the rowdy ones get timeouts on occasion.) There are a handful of people who seem intent on just being dicks and don't give a damn about anyone else, but I have to say that, honestly, that's less than 1% of the people on the hill. I've skied in Utah, California/Nevada (Tahoe), Colorado, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, Washington, and Switzerland, and it doesn't seem dramatically different anywhere else.
I don't know what it is you're seeing out there, but it's apparently not what I'm seeing.
while this has been interesting on and off, you are clearly not interested in any kind of actual debate. Since you have apparently made up your mind already, are not interested in statistics, do not believe my personal experience, and have resorted to shooting the messenger and throwing insults around, I don't think I really have anything else to add. We'll just have to agree to disagree.