Mike Merrill has modeled his life after the stock market. He’s issued 1,000 “shares” of himself and life decisions are made by his shareholders’ votes. Some of the life decisions his investors have made for him are his hair color, the car he drives, his love interests, and even his diet.
The Soviet Union allowed theaters to play The Grapes of Wrath movie because of its depiction of the plight of the poor under capitalism, but it was later withdrawn because Russian audiences were amazed that even the poorest Americans could afford a car.
In 1927 the Soviet Union released a film about traveling to Mars where they saved an alien race from capitalism.
A group of criminals in South Korea had such a hatred for the rich, they targeted them for kidnapping, extortion, and even cannibalism.