I'm not sure how to describe this. It feels like a satire except that it's unflinchingly honest and that kind of honesty makes me flinch rather than smile. It's not a polemic as it's not selling a solution, just displaying a problem by flaying the surface of it and exposing the bloody mess underneath.
The focus is on how social media is being used to create a climate of fury and of distrust of evidence-based argument, to undermine support for any view of the world that is neither angry nor extreme.
It's told with a bitter wit but it's so close to home that I feel like I'm watching a vivisection. I'm taking a break from it now. I can only take so much expostion of just how bad things are in one sitting.