In order to write a real JS minifier, you have to implement the exact parser and semantics of JS in the minifier so that it can minify without changing the behaviour of the code. If not the minifier is not trustable. And hence the minifier will be just as good as the JS itself in reading the ;
My mother loves red and I we love red as a cool color. I never reacted to red with anxiety or feeling of danger. And I also have no feeling towards any color, green is as much as relaxing to me that red is. So I don't think this is something that works for everyone.
This depends on an dubious assumption: That if an agent makes some outcome possible (e.g. earning income), they are thereafter owed material benefits arising from that situation - whether or not anyone involved has requested the intervention of the agent. I see no reason to suppose this is true.