NOTE: This is going to be a vicious anti-Boomer post, and I might as well bring up the fact that I think that the generation in question has been essentially FUBAR since their early formative years. Between prototype social engineering, unhealthy food, Jewish agitation, and the destruction of traditional Western culture, the fate of the Boomer was sealed from the very beginning.
Imagine the Robber Barons of the late 19th and early 20th Centuries and multiply them by several thousand.
And take the most grimy and sleazy of the post-Civil War Carpetbaggers and transform them into a generation.
This is what we are forced to deal with day in and day out – combined with a stubborn pig-headed mental state that makes logical argument and discourse impossible in all but a few outlier scenarios.
The Eternal Boomer, Gentlemen.
Presented to all of you in his unedited glory:
I myself learned a few things from this half-senile old fool – for example, I had no idea that my generation caused the housing bubble and stock market crash of 2007-2008 while still finding time to finish high school (and middle school for our younger brethren).
But all jokes aside – in order for us to actually have some true solutions to the problems that we face as a society, we are going to have to study the ways these generational throwbacks can be drowned out in as effective a way as is possible.
Again, as I mentioned in the beginning of this post, one cannot have a structured debate with a standard Boomer without hysterical tripe like “muh Socialism” being thrown around as soon as the first proposal for humane and logical distribution of wealth comes around.
And Lord forbid a Millennial mention racial issues and socialistic economics in the same stream of consciousness – one will immediately find oneself hit with the “Hitler was a Communist” and “Far Right and Far Left are the two sides of the same Soros coin” nonsense.
It just gets tiresome after a time, and leaves a poor man exhausted – can there not be something far more boosting to morale than arguing with a generation that is for all intents and purposes beyond redemption and beyond fair compromise?