I recommend that you read Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds, written by Scottish journalist Charles MacKay and published in London in 1841. MacKay's book is about crowd psychology and economic bubbles.
The U.S. is in the grips of crowd madness. The crowd, as it were, is tearing down institutions, overturning norms, and pushing back on nature, that is to say, climate, environment, and biology. The crowd informs us that marriage is no longer exclusively between a man and a woman. Gender is an artificial construct. Planet Earth and its atmosphere are under human influence, and that's a bad thing. Fossil fuels, created by nature, are bad. Other forms of energy (wind, tides, etc.), also created by nature, are good. Except when our view is obstructed by windmills and tidal power plants, which, to be constructed and maintained, and deliver reliable power, require fossil fuels.
Society has created conditions under which perversion is valued over its opposite: normality. What is "normal?" Is normal relative, or absolute? Subjective, or objective? Universally, that is to say, externally, defined, or open to interpretation?
Remember Weebles? Weebles wobble, but they don't fall down. When knocked off-center, Weebles tip right back to center, of their own accord. Weeables are light in the head and weighted at the base.
I feel like a Weeble.