Sure, just look at them from a structural perspective. They have just two mounting points down low (one either side), and only one very flimsy mounting point top-center under the lights. Look at close-up shots of that top mounting point. It's thin sheet metal, there to stop the bar from vibrating too much. It has no structural integrity. If your bike gets knocked down in a parking lot, the bars might save a little plastic damage. That, and give you a place to put lights, that's all.
Only the Holan Adventure Pro has more mounting points. But even those are going to have limited protection in a fall (inner part mounted to what looks like the radiator bracket... hummm...)
Things will always turn out good in the end. If things are not good, then it is not yet the end.