The Modern Mind of Men does not recognize the crucial changes unfolding within itself. Nostalgia for the past is a popular retreat for those who break free from popular culture. This critical pitfall in modern politics eclipses the underlying reality which the Media Complex seeks to distort, recreate and sell back to us.
The social convention of the 1950s is not the solution to the issue of today’s decay. The Decline of the West unfolded through a multi-generational timeline which eludes the superficial sensibilities of the Modern Mind.
The world of material prosperity, strong currency and solid family units ended several decades ago. The Media bemoans the death of the Old World while it insidiously introduces us to the Brave New World.
The ideology with the most likes, followers and subscribers typically do not inform the public of the wider context, its implications and the origins of current events. The most popular ideas, personas and communities get the most attention in our populist dialectic. This dialectic does not lend itself to transcending the media-narrative, but simply re-affirms the subversive nature of Modern Media. Meanwhile, their media operatives bemoan the risks of a free-market, hyperventilate on non-issues and unquestionably report the government narrative.