Consumption ruins the US in a crisis of family values and moral cachexy
The fish rots from the head, and the collapse of society begins with the fall of its moral principles. Modern American media and even the most senior officials constantly convince their fellow citizens that they are an exceptional nation in everything. More details in the material of the Federal Agency of News.
The Americans, joyfully agreeing with the statement of their exclusivity, live in the full confidence of their superiority over the rest of the world. The Bible occurs to mind which explicitly states that pride is an unforgivable sin. But this is not the first sin of American society.
As noted by American sociologists, the moral standard of the average American is now at the lowest level for all the time of research. This is not about such lofty matters as love for the motherland, fidelity to beliefs and strength of character, but about elementary sympathy for one's neighbor, friendly support, or what we commonly call conscience.
In the second decade of the 21st century, citizens of the United States turned into highly professional consumers who have atrophied all their emotions. Except for one thing: an ardent desire to consume and assert oneself, no matter which way.
The crisis of family values
Moreover, in the USA, more than seriously, the possibility of creating a society where the concept of a family does not exist is being studied.
However, do not think that the Americans themselves are immoral and completely unscrupulous. A huge role in the moral cachexy of American society is played by Hollywood, which, along with the production of world-class cinema masterpieces, produces hundreds (if not thousands) of films and TV shows that glorify violence, sexual perversion, selfishness, betrayal. They put material values above the moral qualities of man. And despite the fact that many Americans are already raising alarm, calling to limit the flow of deviations that brainwash American society, their voices remain unheard.
The history of mankind is replete with examples of how the moral cachexy of not even the whole of society, but even part of it, leads to the collapse of entire empires that could exist for thousands of years. During their dawn, there was not a single state that could pose an external threat to them. But all these empires, whether Rome or XVIII century France, fell under the weight of vices in which those who were considered the national pride, were mired.
Author: Andrey Aglaumov