(Read more on this subject in Matrix Agents: Profiles and Analysis)
The question is whether declaring a segment of society as “empty” closes the door upon what are merely young souls who could benefit from spiritual assistance if approached with an open mind.
This question assumes that the idea that certain people lack an individualized core of consciousness is a theoretical declaration whose application would fail in practice.
The organic portals concept was derived out of necessity to fit a consistent pattern of anomalous data gathered through experience. Experience shows that there is a difference between infant souls and “embryonic” souls, the latter being spiritually deaf, dumb, and blind because they have not yet been “born” as individuals.
Infant souls may be immature, slow to learn, maybe taking cruder classes in the school of hard knocks, but they still evolve over a lifetime, still question things every now and then, and still show a glimmer of something sentient behind the eyes.
Embryonic souls – the organic portals – adapt rather than evolve. The difference is subtle but important. They lack the faculties for introspection, empathy, and have no use for those life lessons that would otherwise be of soul-deep significance. Thus they go through life like broken records recycling whatever meme groove their needle is stuck on. Their eyes have a peculiar emptiness, as though merely ornamental rather than functional windows to the soul.
This is all based on experience and perception by many people, each independently coming to similar suspicions that something was amiss with a certain segment of society. All this makes sense if we consider that some people are born without the higher chakras, without an uplink to a Higher Self, without the possibility or necessity of reincarnation.
It takes a certain level of intuition and clairvoyance to perceive this without doubt, and a certain level of critical thinking to put the pieces together. Confusion comes mainly from a lack of perception and also from confusion over semantics, which are neither standardized nor always lucidly defined.
Returning now to the the question, it should be clear that everyone deserves a chance to receive assistance if you are in the position to provide it. However, experience shows that a certain class of people are incapable of evolving no matter how much assistance is provided. And experience shows what the case might be for any individual in question.
Good hearted people must undergo repeated burns or burnout before acknowledging that they should be more judicious with their time and energy. For an extreme example, consider how many spouses stick with their abusive partners trying to change them, trying to activate the hearts of those who in retrospect never had hearts. So it’s not about closing the door prematurely, but rather about knowing the possibility exists that the door is okay to close when no one is there.
(Personally, I concern myself more with searching for kindred souls than spotting matrix agents, but the OP theory does fill in a blindspot otherwise obscured by false assumptions about the homogenous metaphysical composition of the human race).