Consumerism

Written By Michael Reign on Monday, January 27, 2014 | 8:53 PM

 
Exists as a socio-economic philosophy predicated on a system of material acquisition. The consumerist dynamic exhibits a symbiotic relationship with the propagation of the corporate interest through societal degradation, simultaneously effecting the de-emphasis of individuality through the unspoken acceptance of a collectivist exemplar.

LAYMAN’S SYNOPSIS - by Michael Reign - Consumerism is a philosophy that embraces material wealth and mass consumption as a way of life. Individuality and ingenuity are looked upon as something anathema to the globalist mindset; and, as such, humanity itself ceases to have value, as personal relationships with family and friends fade into the shadows only to be replaced by the burgeoning desire for luxury and self gratification.
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