Imageience is a neologism for a culture that has become so dependent on images. Whether be it for entertainment, or for networking we are becoming addicted to the proliferation of images. We have to be prompted to be asking the questions, are we losing our individuality and our creative thinking by adhering to influx of images masquerading our lives. Children are the worst hit by this cataclysm. Nowadays children don’t even have time to play. By the time the school bell rings they rush home and are quickly on to their tablets and laptops addicted to games. Their very identities are constructed through virtual role playing models. For example, I have been able witness my niece open her tablet and go a boutique house. There she spends hours decorating the Barbie doll with headgear, clothes and shoes. She also paints the room. She spends endless hours in repeating the same procedure. It’s shocking that the media is constructing her feminity. Though she is an artist, now days she spends very little time on her hobby. Boys on the other hand are deeply engaged in masculine games. There are games which openly used violence, murder. Are these virtually constructed models of the masculine and the feminine ideal for democracies? Again role playing is strictly based on cutout gender. Is this helpful for growing minds and ages? Children need to develop their individuality creatively and intellectually. The space given for them to understand aesthetic and cultural artifacts is minimal. It’s sad to say that we are producing a media fed youth who virtizens (virtual and citizens) who become dull stereotypes of a society that has gone culturally flaccid. Through the proliferating images ejaculated by the media, do we have a chance to exercise independence of thought? Many a time we become victims of media produced opinion. We fail to think that the media is a news producing factory. Let’s take the case of the financial turmoil in Greece. All of the media were glaring about the problems of Greece and to a full extent supporting the harsh measures on Greece dictated by the dominant powers of European Union like Germany. Nobody lend a sympathetic arm to Greece. We all know from Keynes that an economy facing recession can be resuscitated by injection of money. It’s questionable whether Economic subjugation of a financially beleaguered country like Greece by the European powers that are dominant stands in good health of a union that wants to unify Europe culturally and to a later extent politically. Again going on into social networking, it’s a very worse panorama that enslaves us. We are becoming thoughtless, addicted slaves of a burgeoning nexus of simulation. Most of the people that I have on Face Book remain to this day virtual strangers. I am crippled to this day in Face Book and I have not been able to develop a single qualitative meaningful relationship. There are seconds, minutes and hours and days I have spent in ardently reading the profiles of strangers and writing endless comments. The response that I get is that of a dead corpse. The social networking media is wasting my time, a time that I could have spent meaningfully like talking a walk, gardening, mingling with pets are chit chatting with real colleagues.