The origin of the 5th Amendment is not limited to self incrimination, but to extend to the right to be free in thought. It requires that due process be followed.
Courts, when abused, can be used to try people merely on whim. In the old days courts would be abused to go after people of power who were contradictory in opinion to the majority.
In retrospect, the Japanese Internment was a clear violation of the 5th Amendment
If you need example of how it benefits society now, consider that people are able to be express their 1st Amendment without being locked up for it. If you need more than that, you can go find a Constitutional Lawyer and argue with them.
Methinks you are trolling with your absurd parameters, and verbose diatribe. If you are willing to write that much, maybe you should research and read the equivalent amount.