North America has no culture other than money and "bootstraps" that creates unattainable ideals. The media feeds us unattainable standards for living, feeds us racism, and creates social pressure to be a bad person who strives to be superior to others, rather than equal.
Essentially though, what destroys North American culture is money. People don't have enough to survive comfortably anymore and USA/Canada extended themselves too far in terms of their promises of how good life could be without being able to properly provide for people at the bottom - and now in the middle - and even the upper middle.
America has the worst wealth inequality in the world, despite consistently painting itself as the greatest country in the world. Ultimately, you're going to have a lot of people that are going to be very discontent with having nothing, without a system in place that even allows poor people to survive - at all, but being told they live in the land of opportunity for all.
In America, essentially everything, from common morals, to racism, to even religion, are governed by the pursuit of money and power.
I think the worst thing, however, is people who readily represent the racist, ugly American stereotype; even when the system and their government is literally killing them - they don't want to admit that they went wrong - because that would mean that everything they believe in themselves, as Americans, is false. They would rather die under the heel of American oppression than for a second realize that maybe their jingoism and their white supremacy and their faith in their broken nation is wrong.