Actually, it's vice versa - you inherit a successful, growing business worth $2 billion, and then you despise others for being poor and unsuccessful. There are a lot of people who could grow, employ and whatnot given such a starting point.
She criticised the people who are ''envious'' of her wealth, yet don't commit to trying to get wealthy. That is not despising someone for being poor and unsuccessful.
Having been in the mining business I can admire her. A million ounces of gold in the ground are worth $0. A miilion ounces of gold produced are worth $1.7 billion. A government can protect all the renewable resources it wants, but they are not resources until they are actually discovered. Governments suck at that part. And nobody is going to look for them if the government then steps in and declares they belong to everybody.
People who succeed in the mining business have special talents that would be stifled in some government bureaucracy.