London Dada Work No. 604: The Everyday

the everyday
the everyday

c. Michael St.Mark 2012
At the brand new Sainsbury’s mega store in Welwyn Garden…click to enlarge.
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Gradually, imperceptibly, the majority are brainwashed by the mainstream media into a world of daily conformity to a global commercial stereotype

where each individual is encouraged to view themselves as paramount to any other ( Divide and Rule. )Where each one becomes
dedicated to their own personal individual gratification at any expense to others, thus becoming
ideal consumers. This naturally involves a disconnect from the reality of another’s life.

A world therefore, where the vulnerable – the unborn, the young, the disabled, the elderly and the millions of imprisoned factory-farmed animals –  are prone to abuse. And where human tragedy ( Milly Dowler in extremis ) simply becomes another commodity to be sold for profit.

* Update May 2014.  The term ” The Everyday” – coined here by Michael St. Mark in 2012 – now in common useage.

 

Second in the social commentary series ” What is becoming of us?”

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