When we are talking about victims of crimes of the powerful, we should think about the types of victimization. A direct victim can be thought of in the same way as victimization of interpersonal street crime. Indirect victimization may seem less important than direct victimization as a worthy victim is not readily identifiable. This chapter attempts to bring forth a discussion of the relationship between consumption and victimization by the powerful within this neoliberal system that serves to not only legitimate and reproduce the victimization but normalizing it, making it part of the banality of everyday life through our own consent. It also attempts to depoliticize violence and victimization from the crimes of the powerful by showing how it permeates all of life and through consumption, consent is given, further legitimating the process, creating a cyclic pattern of violence, consent, consumption, and back to violence.