“The American Dream”: Hidden History, Current Absurdity

Turns out the odious phrase “the American dream” was coined in 1931, during corporate capitalism’s Second Great Depression.

This invasive, oft-injected mental virus is highly adaptive, too, according to the most recent polls of citizens living during this present Third Depression.

Somehow, this Satanic distraction fuses the polar notions that having a chance to become a billionaire and “having a roof over your head and food on the table” are not only one and the same thing, but also acceptable dreams about the highest possible outcomes history’s richest, most powerful empire might possibly produce.

As Barry Glassner suggests to The New York Times, it’s absurd, this deeply corrupted, business-boosted culture of ours.