Planned obsolescence is a policy of producing consumer goods that rapidly become obsolete and so require replacing, achieved by frequent changes in design, termination of the supply of spare parts, and the use of nondurable materials.
Cultures begin on spreadsheets found in the boardrooms of Fortune 500 corporations before being pushed into the manufacturing and distribution phase - identities become consumer goods and like all consumer goods, they have expiration dates. Are you familiar with planned obsolescence?
How do you define yourself? Woman, man, black, white, rich, poor - it doesn't matter; all of these categories have become stale, like old bread, because they're all approaching expiration: what comes next and where are we going?
Beneath the disguise of civil society lies an ecology of compliance bred from a politics of coercion - life is scripted to accommodate the dictates of authority over all else: go to work, rinse and repeat as you reproduce a system that is designed to dispossess you of all real power. We are all too familiar with this dilemma and we are left with lingering questions: how deep does it really go?
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