Albert Mohler at the The Briefing this offered a whole list of examples of the insanity of our modern society.
1st he reports of face-books ingenious decision to allow it's users to choose from a list of 50(!) designations defining ones gender and sexual preference permitting 50 shades of confusion and idiocy. In addition to the passe choices of male and female one can list oneself as neutral, transgender, androgynous, or "gender-queer."
Mohler goes on to relate how even the progressives who adopt this cannot come up with making it work, in such areas as putting people in prisons, opposite sex sports teams, and bathrooms. This is not surprising when you are essentially trying to deny a biological reality for a political purpose. It would be like saying that if I wanted to identify as a squirrel then everyone should be forced to treat me like a squirell.
He then reports on the horror that Belgium has given children a "right" to physician assisted suicide. Currently this is coming with strict conditions that at the present will only allow extremely ill to make this choice. However we know that worldwide these conditions always slide to allow ever more conditions, like depression to be grounds for suicide. So you have a society, that limits sexual behavior or smoking to those who have reached what it defines as a responsible age but they can commit suicide. "those who hate me love death." Proverbs 8:36.
Lastly he cites how children now dominate Swedish life. According to the Wall Street Journal, Sweden which has outlawed corporal punishment and all other means of subjecting its children to discipline, its children have become "brats", who now run all aspects of the Swedish family. The lack of discipline is leading to a decline in Swedish schools, while increasingly it is the child who is making decision in the home from what tv shows to watch to what to eat or where to go on vacation. My people—infants are their oppressors, and women rule over them. O my people, your guides mislead you and they have swallowed up the course of your paths. (Isaiah 3;12)