Scanning the wires and came across a poster announcing among other things that the American dream has faded and capitalism may not survive?
But, what if the American dream was never a dream meant to be founded on capitalism? What if the American dream was hijacked by capitalism? What if what so many Americans dreamed isn’t fading away, but is actually being realized as capitalism fades away?
The fade away of capitalism and the movement towards a new economy is happening. This dream movement is what has brought huddled masses to its shores for centuries. Maybe the American dream isn’t fading. Maybe the American dream is being realized. Albeit slowly, maybe the American dream is being shaken out of its chains. Maybe the American dream stands just a little beyond the trading bills made of timber?
Let’s not give out all hope in what so many Americans dreamed just yet. The freedom to recreate and enjoy lives of prosperous peace is still the most probable of all potential final outcomes. The upcoming fade away of capitalism, though? Best guess is that it will not just fade away peaceably. Best guessing that dreamers should probably picture something more along the lines of an intense, tumultuous, painful, exhausting, overly dramatic, fade away.
There is no fade in the American Dreamed. The dream has always been a fade on the old ways we’ve gone about our business. The dream is taking shape. Soon as we quit going about our business in the old ways, dream realized. Soon as we quit going about our business in the old ways, capitalism fades out.