While claiming to offer "equal opportunity" to all, the system provides inferior education to minorities, women, and the poor. Source: Movie Insider Looking at this chart, some initial points should be made.
The hero is measured by his capacity to live a domestic life.
For example, the educational system clearly discriminates against all but those with money and power. They do not own the means of production factories, land, machines, raw materials ; they have no say over their work and often don't see enough of the whole process to understand it; they do not deal collectively with one another but individually with an employer; and they compete with each other.
Since only a few can be a capitalist or make themselves independent under capitalism, social mobility, getting ahead, is not a significant reality for most people.
That outlook is this: the world is beyond your power to alter it. Or we may know we are being controlled, but we accept the idea that the "good" of the system overrides the "bad," or we accept the notion that the system serves our needs well enough, even thought the ones we are working for make all the money.
It depicts legions of mindless undead roaming the cities, like ghastly mirror-images of our consumerist selves.