The recent smart phone game to go viral is called "Angry Birds". Little did the authors and developers know but they actually created a metaphor for our current mentality. In angry birds a structure exist which houses some green pigs that have supposedly stolen the birds eggs. Angry birds are then sling shot toward the structure with the intent of destroying the structure and killing the pigs resulting in a fictitious score and utter destruction of the structure, the pigs, and the birds.
The current mentality is that capitalism, the green pigs, have stolen the riches of the world, constructed an edifice unto themselves and therefore must be destroyed by catapulting constituent groups of angry citizens into the structure to break down the environmentally damaging structure and destroy the capitalists within while accumulating points which presumably means that the person shooting the birds can now post his name as score leader.
The metaphor doesn't stop there. Once the destruction is complete, the game will reset or advances to the next level epitomizing the current mentality which assumes that life is a game and that it will reset itself with no lasting damage. Society can be destroyed, the pigs of the world vanquished and all will be well at the next level. Only it is the same scenario with more pigs, bigger structures, improved defenses which proves more difficult to destroy.
I have a suggestion to improve the metaphor and that would be to eventually turn each pig red and house them in an practically indestructible grass shack adjacent to the diminishing capitalist structures. Eventually all of the pigs are turned red, the capitalists no longer want to steal the wealth or build environmentally destructive structures, the world is at peace and the birds are no longer angry and the game comes to an end. RIP