Firstly your charts are a mess. Are you seriously looking at a 1 minute chart of EURCHF?
Secondly, there are plenty of examples in the charts you posted where support and resistance are well respected. The last chart you posted, for example. The longest blue candle (June 29), this shows an imbalance of buyers at that price level with very little order flow on the other side of the book. You'd expect at least price to stall at that level once it gets back there, provided not too much time has passed or something in the fundamentals of that market have changed. Low and behold on July 2nd price did get back to that level. What happened? Price held, bulls returned to buy around that price. On this particular chart the same thing happened on June 22/25/27.
This stuff ain't rocket surgery. Find where the buyers and sellers are, find where price is attractive to the bulls and the bears, find where price imbalance is likely to be and trade it. All of that other **** you have on your charts is just getting in the way. Get rid of it.
Forex itself is a rigged market. You are seeing what your broker allows you to see. If you have any sort of volume, it's not the total volume of a particular pair across all brokers, it's the volume at your brokerage. FXCM got nailed for taking the other side of trades of their clients. They paid a giant fine, but do you think they actually lost money? Hell no. The fine was just the cost of doing business.
That's why they don't operate in the US market anymore. You don't want a rigged market or a rigged system then stop trading FX. Otherwise, realize what it is and work with or around it.https://www.financemagnates.com/forex/brokers/breaking-cftc-levies-7m-fine-fxcm-forced-quit-us-market/
Lastly, you will get absolutely nowhere blaming other people and other things. When you do this you fail to acknowledge your own faults. EURCHF can be traded profitably. If you can't trade it without losing money then that's your fault, not the boogyman's.