Recent attention to "affluenza," also known as "sudden wealth syndrome," has brought forward Philip "Filith" Von Lucre, formerly very wealthy but now transformed to humble student of the disease.
Mr. Von Lucre descended from the families of Madison J Golddong and Wallace "Fly" Sacks, who established the Wall Street firm Golddong and Sacks in the 19th century.
In turn these plutocrats descended from English aristocracy of the 18th and early 19th centuries who had nothing to do except satiate themselves due to inherited titles and wealth.
Their motto was "If it doesn't please me I'll destroy it so stay out of my way."
Mr. Von Lucre now lives humbly and works for The Billiousheirs and Healthwealth Institute (BHI) in New York City.
He states the problems of greedopathy and dollaritis have grown exponentially since the Reagan years and now entirely control the US rich and its government officials.
Buckteria run rampant through a System that values affluence as ultimate morality and presumes personal superiority as a birthright, retrospective on one's gaining enormous wealth.
That is, greedopaths and psychohaths tend to feel the definition of America is "freedom to do whatever you want."
Responsibility and consideration of fairness, rightness, justice are somebody else's problem.
Mr. Von Lucre also says ordinary people explain this condition as "spoiled rotten" with self-indulgence primary in the greedopath's upbringing.
A morbidulous condition develops with avoracious behaviors foremost, including moneymania and monocompliance.
Visual stimulation connected to wealth automatically triggers a scorefulous condition in which the dominant word in a monocompliant client's vocabulary is "more."
The problem worsens when institutions take on the same greedoscopic pathologies toward enhancing personal wealth and power.
Universities that support the money establishment due to endowments no longer can sort out moral positions as supposed leaders in the national community.
Weapons and munitions manufacturers influence government officials to approve enormous profits in sales to rogue countries seeking to enlarge their territories by overwhelming smaller, less powerful countries.
Essentially, Mr. Von Lucre points out, "Money corrupts and big money corrupts absolutely."
The answer? A program paid for by the excessively wealthy to operate and extirpate the problem through a variety of techniques falling under the "greedoscopy" surgical discipline.
This procedure includes lucroscopic analysis and surrendering wealth for redistribution and investment toward planetary improvements and infrastructure.