The actor based reality is indeed, all-pervasive. The character narrative of Michelle Obama continues to be a well-scripted screen play. But once again, the American public has been bamboozled into emotionally investing into yet another mythical, holographic construct they’ve mistaken for a flesh and blood icon.
With this installment, beyond merely identifying the host actor behind the myth, one shall endeavor to examine and speculate upon the grand implications of the phenomenon of the actor based reality, and what meaning its continued perpetuation may hold for the future of humanity.
The dawn of the new millennium brought with it the explosion of the commercial availability of digital technology.
The ensuing assault upon mankind’s cognitive perceptions has debilitated and distorted his ability to accurately discern objective reality and forced him – both collectively and individually – to go kicking and screaming into the dark maw of post-modern perceptual and cognitive relativism, and even dissonance.
One would submit, the existence of the character of Michelle Obama, stands as not only case in point, but a prime outcome of the philosophical solipsism underlying the forward thrust of this newly arrived post-modern era. Continue reading “When Hollywood Halle became Michelle”