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The Death of The American Dream -- Consumerism or Chaos




 Consumerism has taking hold in America.  The population continues to stampede at malls and in some cases injuring and even killing individuals.  In 2008, a Wal-Mart worker was trampled to death in Long Island, New York by a stampede of hungry consumers looking for bargains.  There were also several people injured during the incident.  This Black Friday proved to be more of the same as shoppers filled shopping malls.  Some malls experienced violent crowds pushing and fighting with each other over items that were on sale.  It is absolutely mind boggling to see average people become violent over products sold at major retail stores.  Morality is in decline in America.





Regardless of debt the American public faces, it seems that shopping is the only thing that matters.  As debt increases it becomes harder for them to repay.  Can the American people ever awaken from their dystopian nightmare of mass consumption of products they don’t need?  They are accumulating large amounts of debt thanks to the Federal Reserve Bank’s printing of unlimited cheap money with incredibly zero to low interest rates.  Although, many do buy their basic necessities such as food and clothing, buying the latest products that includes video games and other computer gadgets are turning consumers into life-long debt slaves that will continue to pay their credit card companies with “interest” until the debt is paid.  That can take a long period of time since interest rates are tied to credit cards and other revolving loan payments.  According to the Federal Reserve Bank (who continues endless money printing) and other government institutions, the average US household owes between $7,000 and $15,112 on credit cards.  The average mortgage debt is at $146,215 and student loans’ reaching the $1 trillion mark is at $31,240.  The total amount of debt the United States owes to its creditors namely China is at $17 Trillion and steadily increasing as the Federal Reserve Bank continues to buy its own US bonds.
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A synopsis of Peter Joseph's Zeitgeist Addendum & Zeitgeist Moving Forward documentaries which have been re-edited into 13 distinct topics:
1) Current system & poverty (10' 26")
2) Monetary scheme (6' 38")
3) Corruption, profit & scarcity (11' 15")
4) Imperialism & Venezuela (3' 39')
5) Petroleum, energy and collapse (7' 56")
6) Consumption & incentive (3' 50")
7) Work & education (8' 32")
8) Natural redesign (14' 43")
9) Venus Project & technology (12' 25")
10) Resource Based Economy (12' 59")
11) Alternative energies (6' 21")
12) Victims of culture (4' 16")
13) Symbiosis (13' 20")






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