And, when their economy falls apart, when their civilization destroys itself, when the infrastructure around them crashes, when there are no stores to buy things in and no jobs to acquire the money to pay for them, what then? How will they survive?
In those “developed” countries the social networks have been systematically broken – government and commerce have taken over the role of parents, teaching, counselling, admonishing, and all for the clear purpose of creating little workers/consumers. It is the ultimate dependency culture. From when they are little they are hooked on the drugs of dextrose, fried starches, lipids, grains, chocolate, and grain products. As they get older, electronic toys, emptyheaded music, and the internet are added to the mix, along with coffee, alcohol, and tobacco, then on to the other stuff – all dependencies that create a profit for Big Business.
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