American Psychosis: What happens to a society that cannot distinguish between reality and illusion?

December 26, 2010 • Daily Email Recap

Thanks to Hugh Harwell for this OpEd. It does not mention population, but the problem of societal illusions applies to many population and sustainability issues.

The United States, locked in the kind of twilight disconnect that grips dying empires, is a country entranced by illusions. It spends its emotional and intellectual energy on the trivial and the absurd. It is captivated by the hollow stagecraft of celebrity culture as the walls crumble. This celebrity culture giddily licenses a dark voyeurism into other people’s humiliation, pain, weakness and betrayal. Day after day, one lurid saga after another, whether it is Michael Jackson, Britney Spears or John Edwards, enthralls the country … despite bank collapses, wars, mounting poverty or the criminality of its financial class.

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