August 10, 2020

Get Back To Work, And Keep Consuming!

If you thought that pushing a phony work ethic and consumerism down the throats of the people was bad before the Big Stay At Home, just wait. You ain't seen nuthin yet.

With big business and the billionaires throwing a collective fit about the drop in consumption since the beginning of the year, we are about to witness a Back To Work/Back To Shopping campaign the likes of which we have never seen before.

People who don't get with the program and return to the salt mines will be slagged as lazy incompetents that only want to live by stealing money that rightfully belongs to the .001%. 

Don't be silly - the privilege of a life of leisure is for the idle rich only - everyone else MUST work. Harder than before, and with less compensation.

But simply turning our bodies back over to the captains of capitalism will not be enough. We will also be browbeaten into using the jangly coins in our pockets to resume "normal" levels of consumption. 

Even better, for them, if we increase our consumption. Get ready for the campaign to get you to buy more crap you don't need with money you don't have. 

Those that still have a shred of dignity left, and refuse to return to servitude, and those that have looked down the road and decided to quit consuming like there is no tomorrow, will be labelled as "useless eaters" and abandoned to fend for themselves on the fringes. 

The billionaire class has no use for non-participants, for if we don't work for them and buy their environment-destroying crap, how will we make one of them the first trillionaire? 

And isn't that what life is all about?

The billionaires need you to keep slaving and buying, so get ready to be lured back into their plan for you, your children, and your grandchildren, all of whom the psychopaths think they own.

Are you down with their plan, or will we take this moment to throw them and their sick system to the curb, and begin the hard work of building a better world for all?

The decision is ours to make.


  1. Anonymous8/27/2020

    I thought you might be interested in this critique of consumerism.

    1. Thank you. That is some good stuff that should be taught in schools.


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