I "liked" your last point because I understand it takes strenght and focus to realize that you are not made in a certain way and crossing the path to reach it is a deviation from your nature. Remco just has to find himself and realize that he's very talented, but that doesn't mean he can win all sorts of races.Roglic has always shown up with the most overpowered team imaginable, with one or more (future) GT winners as his domestiques. So yea, not really apples to apples. But why not like both riders inasmuch as they let their legs do the talking? (neither one of them being very adept with their words or gesticulations of victory)
Anyway as a part-time Remco fan I would rather he stop wasting time on GCs because that's just a very boring pastime that will take away from the more entertaining ways he could be spending his time. If this "reality" you speak of is the universe where Remco becomes Thomas de Gendt x 10 I'm more than ok with that.
Peter Sagan famously said - I quote him from memory - that he did not want to be the next Merckx, he wanted to be the first Peter Sagan. And that's what Remco needs to hear: be yourself and not what they told you would become.
As for the first part, it's not even logical. Having a good or bad team does not have a bearing on either you collapse in a multiple high-mountain stage.