Anything by the author and social critic Chris Hedges is usually good, for instance Chris Hedges Takes On the 'Global Culture of Violence' or Chris Hedges: The Coup D'etat Is Over, the Corporations Won.
"Inverted Totalitarianism' is probably my favorite coined term for what we are experiencing today. Within it, there are those that recognize careerism for what it is and collectively, what it has done to entire civilizations and individual crisis-cults.
The "Story of Stuff" is well worth watching - it contains the environmental activist Annie Leonard's devastating critique of consumer capitalism.Tolstoy's "The death of Ivan Illich" is one of the best literary critiques of Capitalism, telling the story of a dying judge in nineteenth century Russia and his reflections on his life and pursuits as he approaches a near certain death.
Nietzsche's "Twilight of the Idols" does the same from a philosophical perspective, considering how humanity destroyed the idols of the past, to replace them with a new set of idols - consumerism, democracy, wealth and so on."Wealth and Democracy" by Kevin Phillips is well worth reading as is anything by Noam Chomsky, Lame Deer, Nabhani and Ghandi.
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