Squid Game has been wrongly labeled a South Korean drama when it’s more like a North Korean documentary on Late Stage Capitalism.
There are the wage slaves so desperately in debt that they are willing to play deadly games for a shot at wealth staffed by homicidal lunatics who see this as the free market at its purest.
While the debt proletariat die in lethal children’s games, hyper billionaire capitalist sociopaths watch from a velvet draped naked human furniture Eyes Wide Shut buffet room.
Gambling on Human suffering is the last kick jaded cynical Capitalist Gods get anymore.
The final twist is that even at that level of Caligula styled depravity, one of the Capitalist Gods has to enter the game for the brief charade of human authenticity.
Hyper Capitalism becomes a drug whose next hit demands a never ending high greater than the one before, so much so that the master must become the debt proletariat to feel something again.
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