I didn't care for Haneke's Funny Games, but his comments on his own film were (and I'm paraphrasing here) it's fine if you didn't think it was good. It wasn't made for you. You didn't need this film.
And I understood better what Haneke was getting at. It made sense. He was attempting to comment on America's desensitization to graphic senseless violence. Seeing it could be a realization/release.
Dafuq was going on with Climax? I've no fucking clue. "Drugs are bad, but people are worse"? I guess that's a thing people need to be reminded of.