We collapse as a society when we subsume to a capitalist state of apathetic consumerism. Our collective apathy is a contemporaneous colonialism and when we care only enough to re-share a post in online social media of the atrocities happening in our society, in our prisons, in our communities then we have remained assimilated, mute. As hordes of the population trample gardens in the pursuit of Google controlled Pokemon's, as we push ahead in the queue for sauce smothered hot dogs at the Lego convention, there is a failure, a glitch in the reality fabric of our virtual addicted society if the 2016 Don Dale detention saga that continues to unfurl is seen as an isolated incident.
Hayes, Alexander (2016): Don Dale: We Are Each Responsible. figshare. https://dx.doi.org/10.6084/m9.figshare.3506264.v1