“Culture is fundamentally used in the service of capitalism,” says Lacan;
however, according to Parry  , it is not so much culture
that is fundamentally used in the service of capitalism, but rather the
meaninglessness, and subsequent stasis, of culture. Derrida uses the term ‘the
submodernist paradigm of consensus’ to denote a postconceptual paradox. It
could be said that the main theme of McElwaine’s  critique
of capitalist narrative is the role of the artist as reader.
The rise of nationalism in Europe has been a problem for the governments and the EU. These national groups are formed to hit the system and their governments by embracing teenagers to join them. The steps are simple, the internet, in specific Facebook has been a great site for communicating with others while some take advantage of it and 'control' teenagers by promoting videos and other methods of propaganda. It cannot be just that though. People have their own beliefs, they fear that their cultural identity will get lost in a few years from now if immigration increases. The countries that face an increase of nationalism and anti-immigration groups until now are Austria, the Netherlands, which is ironic because they were in the group of six who created the EU, Hungary, Greece, France, Italy, and Spain. The Hungarian national party called "Jobbik" at the 2010 elections won 47 seats in the parliament! The increase shocked everyone hence in 2006 they were almost invisible in